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STEAMIX® 2032SS — Stainless Steel
Model 2032SS — Stainless Steel
STEAMIX® Model 2032SS is a steam/water mixing valve of Type 304 stainless steel construction. The valve is supplied as standard with all stainless steel (SS) integral inlet supply risers comprising 3/4″ Y-type strainers and 3/4″ ball valves cross-linked by a stainless steel bridge piece and lever for simultaneous on/off control of both inlet supplies. The unit is supplied fully assembled and pressure-tested and installed on a stainless steel hose rack. Stainless Steel dual scale top mount Thermometer and Stainless Steel Inlet Check Valves included.
STEAMIX® Steam and Water Hose Stations and Mixing Units will not pass live steam.
Steamix mixing valve, featured on all Steamix steam and water hose stations by Armstrong, will not pass live steam in the event of either a significant pressure reduction or complete failure of the cold-water supply.
Steamix is designed to improve efficiency and reduce risk when mixing steam and water for washdown. When your process demands high washdown temperatures, adjusting the mix of steam and water becomes much more difficult and dangerous. With the older style dual-globe valve mixing “Y,” it is too easy to introduce too much steam—with risky consequences for your personnel. Here’s why it’s no problem with Steamix.Request a Quote
- In the event of either a complete failure of the inlet cold-water supply or a reduction in cold-water pressure to below 20 (+/-5) psi (1.4 bar), STEAMIX will respond with a complete shutdown of outlet flow.
- If there is a structural failure of the primary operating component (diaphragm), STEAMIX will “fail safe” to cold water.
- To prevent over-temperature selection by the user and the potential for overheated water and flash steam presentation common with other types of hose stations, STEAMIX is supplied with a single-temperature locking set.
Steamix 2032SS Steam & Water Hose Station & Mixing Unit – Product Literature (PDF)
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