Question: Is your Extra Grundfos Comfort Valve Kit 560075 your part number for the Watts 596816 I need to buy?
Question: My tank is located in the basement in the middle of the house. There are faucets on each end of the house. May I assume I would need two comfort valve kits?
Answer: Yes, we would recommend using one valve at each end of your house.
Question: Are the Grundfos and Watts recirculating pumps and sensor valves the same?
Question: Is your extra valve kit for model 500800?
Question: Can the Grundfos Comfort Valve kit 560075 be mounted vertically? I have some constraints under the kitchen sink what with the garbage disposal dishwasher connections etc.
Question: Will one valve take care of three bathrooms and a kitchen plus laundry room?
Answer: In most homes one valve will work. To determine if you need additional valves you would want to install the comfort valve included with the pump at the furthest sink from the hot water heater. If other locations in your home are not getting the hot water fairly quickly, installing a second, or even in some cases a third comfort valve under other sinks should resolve the issue.
Question: Should I lose water pressure with this valve?
Question: Is the valve made of metal?
Answer: No, the valve is plastic.
Question: What is the temperature of the water when the Valve closes - giving you instant how water?
Answer: The valve closes when the temperature reaches 90-110 degrees. When the valve senses drop in temperature it opens again.
Question: What is the warranty period on the comfort valves?
Answer: 1 Year.
Question: Does this valve work without circulating pump?
Extra Watts Comfort Valve Kit