1210SF – Wall Mount ADA Filtered Bottle Filler

The Haws 1210SF wall-mount filtered ADA bottle filler is the newest addition to the most comprehensive hydration offering in the industry. The modern, innovative design is tailored to meld with office spaces, universities and airports, or serve the functional needs of spaces like a school gymnasium. Sensor activated bottle filler allows for hands free operation, and intuitive LED electronic display keeps the user informed with how many plastic bottles have been saved. Fresh, always filtered water with the Electronic Lifecycle Control feature shuts water flow off when filter reaches its gallons capacity. Flow will begin again when filter is replaced.

CSA certified to comply with NSF/ANSI 42, NSF/ANSI 53, NSF/ANSI/CAN 61: Q ≤ 1, NSF/ANSI/CAN 372, ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1, ASME112.19.3/CSA B45.4, UL 399 and CSA C22.2 No. 120. ADA compliant to ICC A117.1, CSA B651, DOJ’s 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design when properly installed. ASHRAE 18 compliant chilling capacity. FCC ID: 2AUAN-1200SM and IC: 25359-1200SM

Electric water coolers are not recommended or designed for outdoor applications or enclosed pool areas (chlorine), and failure to heed these conditions may void warranty.

1210S – Wall Mount ADA Bottle Filler

The Haws 1210S indoor wall-mount ADA bottle filler is the newest addition to the most comprehensive hydration offering in the industry. The modern, innovative design is tailored to meld with office spaces, universities and airports, or serve the functional needs of spaces like a school gymnasium. Sensor-activated bottle filler allows for hands-free operation, and intuitive LED electronic display keeps the user informed with how many plastic bottles have been saved.

CSA certified to comply with NSF/ANSI/CAN 61: Q ≤ 1, NSF/ANSI/CAN 372, ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1, ASME 112.19.3/CSA B45.4, UL 399 and CSA C22.2 No. 120. ADA compliant to ICC A117.1, CSA B651, DOJ’s 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design when properly installed. ASHRAE 18 compliant chilling capacity. FCC and CAN ICES – 3(A)/NMB-3(A).

Electric water coolers are not recommended or designed for outdoor applications or enclosed pool areas (chlorine), and failure to heed these conditions may void warranty.

TWBS.EWE – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model TWBS.EWE, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).

TWBS.HF – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model TWBS.HF, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending), thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency shower and eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a pressure sensing diverter valve is provided that sends a pressure signal to open the cold water by-pass valve in the event of hot water pressure loss, main valve thermostat malfunction, or clogged cold water check-stop. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).

TWBS.SHE – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model TWBS.SHE, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending), thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency shower and eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).

9202E – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9202E Emergency Valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency showers and eyewash equipment. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1 and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9201E – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201E emergency mixing valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency showers and eyewash equipment. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9201EFE – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201EFE Emergency Valve (patent pending) thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency eyewash equipment. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1 and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9201EW – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201EW Emergency Valve thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for a single emergency eye/face wash. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency eyewash stations, a cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet (1.52 to 2.44 m) downstream for the most accurate temperature measurement.)

CSA Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1 and applicable sections of CSA B125.3.

9201H – Thermostatic Mixing Valve

Model 9201H, low-lead Emergency Valve (patent pending), thermostatically mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe fluid supply for emergency showers and eyewash equipment. The valve contains a secondary high temperature limit valve to provide additional protection to the user in the event of main tempering valve malfunction. Additionally, to ensure a fail-safe water supply for emergency shower and eyewash stations, a series of cold water by-pass valves open in the event of hot water pressure loss. (No gauges supplied – ASSE 1071 standard recommends gauges be placed 5 to 8 feet downstream for the most accurate measurement.)

Listings: CSA certified per ASSE 1071, ANSI Z358.1, applicable sections of CSA B125.3, NSF/ANSI 372, NSF/ANSI 61-section 8, California Health and Safety Code 116875 (AB 1953).