Legionella control in hot-water systems

Published:  06 April, 2009

Pegler Yorkshire

Pegler Yorkshire has introduced a circulation valve to prevent legionella in hot-water systems by automatically achieving thermal balancing and high-temperature disinfection.

The Prestex circulation valve is thermostatically controlled and available with different temperature ranges to suit most situations.

All valves are DIN-DVGW approved and deliver automatic thermal disinfection in temperature ranges above 65°C. They include thermometer and insulation jackets. A stop valve and drain valve are also included.

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