Every year in the United States, an average of 100,000 people seek medical treatment for thermal scald burns. We covered this issue a decade ago. Sadly, not much has changed with respect to protecting the health of the nation where scalding is concerned. While bathing nodule faucets still require scald-guard protection, plumbing codes governing installation of tank-style water heaters still do not require we provide and install a TMV (thermostatic mixing valve) to regulate outgoing DHW ...

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