• With shower connection down
  • Compensates temperature and pressure fluctuations
  • Temperature handle with safety stop at 38°C, maximum temperature at 43°C
  • Equipped with function for thermal disinfection against legionella
  • Approved non-return valves, EN-Standard EN1717
Backflow protection unit type EB
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No. FMM No. RSK Description
1 409463.AE 8185714 Temperature handle, complete, chrome
2 409464.AE 8345215 Stop ring
3 409465.AE 8185713 Kit (thermostatic cartridge, handle, stop ring)
4 409468.AE 8345213 Lever, L=58 mm
5 409469.AE 8345214 Lever, L=170 mm
6 409369.AE 8938270 Headwork
7 708450.AE 8439686 On/off handle, complete, chrome
8 708451.AE 8439689 Stop ring for on/off handle, RH
9 708467.AE 8345124 Headwork
10 709339.AE 8938274 Gasket 24/15x2, 2 pcs
11 708338.AE Non-return valve (2 pcs)
12 708080.AE Holder for filter, complete
13 139465.AE 8186872 Non-return valve, with lock ring
14 129380.AE 8345651 Non-return valve (2 pcs)
15 719169.AE Thermosatic cartridge, for thermal disinfection against legionella


Accepted installation instructions

Safe Water Installation (Säker Vatteninstallation) is a set of industry* regulations to safeguard the quality of sanitary installations, prevent injury and damage and ensure compliance with the building regulations of the Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning (Boverket).


Lead Free means that we have eliminated the lead that is normally found in brass alloys. This will reduce environmental impact of the products. Products classified as Lead Free contain less than 0.1 % lead.


Energy labelling is an objective rating system that shows exactly how much energy a mixer uses. The system was developed by a number of players including sanitary fittings manufacturers, building companies, property owners and authorities such as the Swedish Energy Agency. It is based on standardised laboratory tests and certification rules. Its aim is simple: to offer impartial help for buyers, installation firms, air conditioning consultants and consumers. The mixer’s energy performance is assessed by measuring and registering water pressure, mixed water temperature and flushing time for twelve different activities. The values registered for each of these activities are added together to obtain a total energy consumption value, which is displayed on the label. This total value determines the mixer’s energy rating.