Delta 1 Water Temp II Gauge

BH #DEWT • MFR #65010
Delta 1
Delta 1 Water Temp II Gauge
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$139.95

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Delta 1 65010 Overview

The Delta 1 Water Temp II Gauge gives you precise temperature control with a large 3" dial thermometer, and provides probe contact in the water path for precise readings. The Delta 1 Swivels for easy positioning and has a standard hose bib on each end, in addition to fitting 99% of all standard faucets.

UPC: 737886650103

Delta 1 65010 Specs

Volume ControlNone.
Shut Off ValveCombination ball valve on outlet side.
OutletOne 3/4" garden hose thread.
InletOne 3/4" garden hose thread.
CheckstopsYes.
Filter HousingNone.
Filter Cartridge200 micron in-line stainless steel basket strainer.
Dial Thermometer3" diameter with recalibration screw setting.
Vacuum BreakerNone.
Flow GaugeNone.
AssemblyComes fully assembled
OutputAutomatic 1-7 gallons per minute.
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.4 x 5.3 x 3.3"
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Apparently I don't get it. Do I need a separate water mixer with two input lines and one output to connect to this gauge?
Asked by: Nicholas
The Delta 1 Water Temp II Gauge is an inline water thermometer and would be set up depending on what you wanted to measure. For example, if you want to mix hot and cold water to achieve a specific temperature then yes you would need to feed both water lines into a hot and cold water mixing unit and by regulating the flow of each feeding into the gauge measure and achieve the desired water temperature.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Do you require a mixing unit, or can my plumber simply tap the into existing common hot and cold plumbing lines?
Asked by: Stephe M.
The unit threads into an existing household spigot. Easy installation. Great product!
Answered by: Edward D.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Are all the parts brass or just the hose fittings?
Asked by: Anonymous
Almost....don't know why they used a cheap plastic ball valve when everything else is metal
Answered by: Anthony K.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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