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Stainless Steel Hot & Cold Water Mixers
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STAINLESS STEEL HOT & COLD WATER MIXING UNIT – 3600M-S SERIES

Why SuperKlean Steam Mixers are the Best:
Features:
      • Incorporated Y-style body with check valves and ball joint unions for superior flexibility during installation.
      • Inlet center lines which have the same dimensions as most of our competitors.
      • Includes mounting plate, hose rack, and optional temperature gauge
Principal Parts, Material & Rating
Inlet / Outlet Diameter: 3/4″ Mixer Body: 300 Series Stainless Steel Globe Style Valves: 300 Series Stainless Steel Check Valves: 300 Series Stainless Steel Temperature Gauge: (optional) Stainless Steel Maximum Pressure: 150 PSI Maximum Temperature: 200°F (93°C) Weight: 20 Lbs.

SuperKlean’s 300 series stainless steel hot and cold water mixing station was specifically designed for thoroughly blending hot and cold water instantly by mixing supplied hot water with cold water to achieve required temperature output. The unit uses “Y” style body mechanics with lift check valves and ball joint unions for superior flexibility during installation. SuperKlean’s inlet center lines have the same dimensions almost of our competitors’ units. Our units come with a mounting plate for easy behind the unit cleanup, hose rack for easy user access to the hose, and an optional temperature gauge for accurate temperature readings at outlet. Check out this video below to see how SuperKlean’s hot and cold water mixing stations, combined with SuperKlean hot water nozzles and washdown hoses, are incorporated into a winery setting. SuperKlean is the #1 trusted supplier for the safest plant sanitation equipment.

Installation Manual

SuperKlean 3600M Series Hot & Cold Water Mixing Unit Specification Sheet and Part List