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Non-electric thermostatic mixing valves

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Eric_36
Eric_36 Member Posts: 3
I have heard of FPE. They are the newest mover in the market of boilers and pool heaters. Their line is also on many compressor packages. They are manufactured in Wisconsin. Very good quality. Their website I think is www.fpevalves.com . Seems to be a solution to many boiler condensing problems. See ya.

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  • Jason_30
    Jason_30 Member Posts: 1
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    Non-electric thermostatic mixing valves

    We're considering a new line of thermostatic mixing valves to rep and would like some feedback. The line is FPE out of Wisconsin. Everything I've heard is positive, but I'd like more input. This seems to be a solution to our low temp protection for non-condensing boilers & pool heaters. thoughts???
  • Tombig_2
    Tombig_2 Member Posts: 231
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    Never heard of FPE. I use Honeywell/Sparco for radiant zones and Danfoss ESBE for boiler protection. Attach a pdf design sheet for our perusal. Are they manufactured in Wisconsin or just sold out of cheese country?

    Tom Goebig
  • Glenn Sossin_2
    Glenn Sossin_2 Member Posts: 592
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    This product has been suggested by some others here on the wall. I'm going to try one of these shortly. Looks just like what the doctor ordered.
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