Mixing valve location
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  1. #1
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    Mixing valve location

    Should a mixing valve be situated before or after a circular, and why?

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    You need to pull the water through the mixing valve. That way it can pull water through both the cold and hot sides to be able to mix the water.
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    Well it all depends on which circulator you're talking about. Normally there's at least two and more often than not several in a system. So........some are before and some are after.
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