Anti Scalding Device Options

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Old 05-19-04, 08:50 AM
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Anti Scalding Device Options

On my addition the building inspector indicated the need to change the two handle mixing valve to a "anti scalding pressure balance type". In speaking with him today, he indicated there may be a device I can install in the riser between the mixing valve and the shower head, without changing out the valve and reworking all that copper. I chose the two handle valve to coordinate with the separate tub and vanity valves, rather than go with a single handle mixer valve.

My Questions: Is there such a device that can be installed in the riser between the mixer valve and shower head? If so, where can I find it? Are there any negatives in choosing this option over the single handle valve? Thanks, Iggy.
 
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Old 05-23-04, 07:04 PM
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I am sure that there is something like you describe, but I would opt for a single handle pressure balanced valve.


Reason: You want to have access to this assembly in order to maintain its functionality.
 
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