Eliminating risk of scalding in public handwashing

Water temperatures over 120°F at the point-of-use are considered hazardous, with higher temperatures having the potential to cause second or third-degree burns. Simply buying a mixing valve and plumbing it into an existing water heater doesn’t always meet current plumbing codes. However, by understanding the latest advancements in water tempering technologies and devices—and insuring that they are installed and maintained properly—scald injuries can be prevented.

View our Eliminating Risk of Scalding in Public Handwashing white paper for an overview code compliant, public handwashing and the Eemax solution.



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