04-29-2008, 03:17 PM
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Yes, it is called a temperature contol valve. They have been around for years. However, I have never seen or heard of one that attatches to a faucet. Some are integrated into a faucet. You see them alot in places like nursingf homes, hospitals, schools, public resterrooms.... They are usually hard piped into the water supply lines and then fed to a supply faucet. I have installed one in the service room of my 720g set at 80-82 degrees Fahrenheit for water changes. It a fauctet type with hose connections. If you use one, make sure to add a shutoff valve ahead of the valve on both the hot and cold supply lines in case you have to replace it, Zurn, Peerless, Kohler and others manufacture the valve. They can be found at most reputable plumbing supply houses.