AquaTechnix TX-PR-10D-SH-BF2

AquaTechnix Pre-Rinse Spray. DOME head operated TX-PR-10D base / SHORT height / BF2 bowl filler 

  • Base: TX-PR-10D
  • Model Range: TX-10
  • Brand: AquaTechnix
  • Height: Short
  • Bowl Filler: 300mm (BF2) Bowl filling tap
  • Pedestal: Single Pedestal
  • Mount: Deck Mounted
  • Water Feed: Single Monobloc
  • Controls: Dome
  • Connections: 1/2-inch
  • Accreditation: WRAS

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FEATURES & BENEFITS     

  • Ergonomic in design and functionality.

  • PosiStop™ patented built-in stopping device which prevents the lever or handle from being turned or knocked too far and transferring stress to the tap valve.

  • Modern, hygienic and practical design comes pre-assembled ready to install.

  • All assembled models are factory tested up to 6 bar for quality assurance.

  • Complete interchangeability between all bodies, spouts and pre-rinses means that product use can easily be changed on site at a later date.

  • Heavy-duty construction incorporating high quality tested and proven components for commercial use.

  • Choice of height and bowl filler available.

 

 

TECHNICAL INFO 

 

  • Connection(s): 1/2-inch connection

 

  •  Tap hole Ø: 25mm

 

  •  Height: 877mm

 

  •  Recommended static water pressure: 1.5 - 5 bar. 


Flow rate: 
for all TX-PR-10 models tested at 3 bar pressure: 

SPRAY GUN WATER-SAVING face plate: 4.11 l/m. 
SPRAY GUN STANDARD face plate: 10.33 l/m. 

BOWL FILLER WATER-SAVING DIFFUSER: 3.82 L/M. 
BOWL FILLER STANDARD DIFFUSER: 10.33 L/M. 
WATER-SAVING DIFFUSER FOR BOWL FILLER AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

 


WRAS APPROVAL

The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (or WRAS) is an organisation that aims to advise, promote and standardise best practice amongst everyone involved in the UK water industry.

 

To achieve WRAS approval or listing, the individual product or fitting must pass mechanical and water quality testing carried out independently by WRAS.

 

WRAS states that ‘A water fitting should not cause waste, misuse, undue consumption or contamination of the water supply and must be of an appropriate quality and standard.‘