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    Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    Flow rates. If you use one for a print washer, then you want one with the low flow option. I see that's now standard on the D250, which is likely the one that you want.
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    Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    http://www.hassmfg.com/

    D250

    I mounted the filters and valve on a board then the wall for easier relocation and repair

    I moved it once, never needed a fix

    Fully automatic operation
    Economical
    0.2 °F accuracy
    15 preset temperature settings
    Maintenance-free
    Flow rates from 1/4 to 5 GPM
    Five year warranty

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    Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    Thanks. Yea, sounds like the D250 is what I want.

    Does the Intellifaucet require source water temps 10 degrees cooler and hotter than the minimum and maximum desired temps like other thermostatic mixing valves?

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    Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    Don't know

    Ask Mr Hass

    Quote Originally Posted by Fragomeni View Post
    Thanks. Yea, sounds like the D250 is what I want.

    Does the Intellifaucet require source water temps 10 degrees cooler and hotter than the minimum and maximum desired temps like other thermostatic mixing valves?

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    Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    Mine was clogged with minerals last time I moved and found the valves were pretty easy to disassemble and clean out. Worked perfectly afterwards. The teflon valve seats makes it a pretty durable machine.

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    Re: Intellifaucet models and questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Fragomeni View Post
    Thanks. Yea, sounds like the D250 is what I want.

    Does the Intellifaucet require source water temps 10 degrees cooler and hotter than the minimum and maximum desired temps like other thermostatic mixing valves?
    No just slightly cooler and hotter than your set temperature. Also the K models are digital and can be set to any temperature.

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