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Webstone has expanded its product line to include thermostatic mixing valves. These forged lead-free brass valves provide output ranges from 95° F to 131° F, making them ideal for point-of-use, hydronic heat or water distribution systems.
Sioux Chief announced that its 2014 no-lead product list, which allows contractors and wholesalers to compare old leaded item numbers with new no-lead item numbers quickly and easily.
By now, you are probably tired of hearing about the new no-lead legislation. The days are counting down until Jan. 4, 2014, the effective date of the law.
Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act to take effect on January 4, 2014.
Webstone’s line of push-connect ball valves and fittings includes six new designs — water connectors, water connectors with ball valve, drop ear elbows, slip couplings, check valves and additional reducing fittings.
Matco-Norca offers new lead-free CPVC brass adapter fittings in time for the federal lead-free mandate.
The Watts Water Technologies family rolled out the proverbial red carpet in June as the company officially cut the ribbon on its new 30,000-sq.-ft. lead-free plumbing products foundry in Franklin, N.H.
The Plumbing Industry Leadership Coalition met in June to address three topics we’ve discussed in this column in recent months: the federal law on no-lead plumbing products; the next generation of plumbing industry professionals; and the nation’s aging infrastructure.
For decades, lead has been used around the world as an essential element in the production of brass and bronze plumbing fittings and fixtures.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new facility was held June 21 in Franklin, N.H.