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Rinnai Hot Water | Geelong | Torquay | Barwon Heads | Ocean Grove | Tomlinson Plumbing

Hot water system replacements | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads | Tomlinson Plumbing Rinnai Hot Water | Geelong | Torquay | Barwon Heads | Ocean Grove | Tomlinson Plumbing It seems to be hot water replacement season at the moment! Out goes the Bosch, in comes a Rinnai B26 continuous flow…

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Hot Water System Replacements | Geelong | Torquay | Barwon Heads | Ocean Grove

Hot Water System replacements – Geelong, Torquay, Ocean Grove, Barwon Heads & surrounding areas 💦 Another day, another rusty old hot water system replaced with a shiny new one.#hotwatergeelong #hotwatertorquay #hotwaterbarwonheads #hotwateroceangrove #vulcanhotwatergeelong #vulcanhotwatertorquay #plumbertorquay #plumbergeelong #plumberbarwonheads #plumberoceangrove

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Thermostatic Mixing Valves | Geelong | Torquay | Barwon Heads | Ocean Grove

Thermostatic Mixing Valves – Geelong, Torquay, Barwon Heads, Ocean Grove & surrounding areas The thermostatic mixing valve, or TMV, blends hot and cold water, so that a safe, constant temperature of water is delivered to the user, whilst also allowing any stored water to remain at a temperature that inhibits the growth of bacteria.  It’s…

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Rinnai Gas Log Fires | Tomlinson Plumbing | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads

At over 1300mm in length, the long landscape design of the Rinnai 1250 gas log fire creates a striking centre piece. It comes equipped with Rinnai’s high-performance heat exchanger technology, rapid warm-time and easy-to-use temperature display remote – perfect for quickly heating large, open plan living spaces. It has the option of side reflectors, which…

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thermostatic mixing valves geelong torquay ocean grove barwon heads

Every year in Australia, an average of 1,800 children suffer scald burns requiring hospital admission. Of these, approximately 1 in 5 are due to exposure to hot tap water. Scalding can be very severe and sometimes fatal. At 60°C, hot water will cause a third-degree burn in less than 1 second.  At 50°C, hot water…

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