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World Plumbing Day 2020 | Tomlinson Plumbing | Geelong | Torquay | Barwon Heads | Ocean Grove

High 5 a plumber today for World Plumbing Day! World Plumbing Day is an initiative by the World Plumbing Council and is celebrated around the world every year on March 11. The day aims to spread awareness of the importance of plumbing and plumbers in protecting public health and improving amenity. Plumbing is a major…

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Billi Taps | Tomlinson Plumbing | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads

Say goodbye to your kettle… Say goodbye to your kettle and enjoy instant boiling water, chilled filtered water AND sparkling water, with the ultimate home water appliance – the Billi B-5000 Sparkling with XT Levered Dispenser. With all options conveniently available through the one dispenser, and with a choice of finishes including rose gold, brass,…

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Heat & Glo Gas Log Fires | Tomlinson Plumbing | Geelong | Torquay | Ocean Grove | Barwon Heads

The SLR-X-N-AU by Jetmaster Heat & Glo, shown here fitted with the standard black clean face front/trim and log media, would be the perfect match for a contemporary styled interior. With its shallow depth dimensions and no need for a conventional chimney, it can be installed in almost any room. Remote Control enables independent control…

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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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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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