News and Events

Leonard to attend the ASPE Convention 2018- Booth 926.
As you likely know, this is the year for the biennial ASPE Convention. This year's show will be held in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center from 10/1-10/2. Leonard is proud to support ASPE and again partcipate in the EPE. At this year's show, we will be high-lighting our newest product, Nucleus, along with meeting with the engineering community to address any questions that you may have. We welcome you to visit with us Booth 926.
Announcing Leonard's newest product: LMS-188-4P-SM
Non-invasive temperature monitoring with surface mounted probes. Ideal for nursing homes, small hospitals, as well as assisted living facilities.
Click here to download the full story. (LMS Surface Mount.pdf - LMS-188-4P-SM Brochure  1.04 MB)
Leonard Releases our Nucleus Electronic Mixing Valves
Leonard’s Nucleus models give plumbing engineers complete system monitoring with outlet temperature control within +/- 2F from set point, regardless of demand. Features include user programmable set point, integral daily sweep and sanitization.
Click here to download the full story. (LV-150 Nucleus Apr 18 .pdf  2.50 MB)
Leonard releases its NEW Corporate Capabilities Brochure (LV-100)
Leonard Valve Company maintains its leadership position in the commercial, institutional and industrial marketplaces by being our customers' number one quality supplier of mixing valves and temperature controls. It is with great pride that Leonard releases its NEW Corporate Capabilities Brochure (LV-100, 2016), offering insight to the products, technologies, and resources behind the Leonard name. This offers a fresh new look and includes our latest product offerings: Nucleus as well as our full line of thermostatic mixing valves.
Click here to download the full story. (LV-100 Corporate Capabilities 2016.pdf - LV-100 Corporate Capabilities Catalog 2016  3.42 MB)
Legionnaires disease is a type of pneumonia caused by Legionella, a type of bacterium found primarily in warm water environments. Legionellae thrives on a narrow growth range of 68-122F, and facilities need to control the temperature of the water in their storage and delivery systems.
Click here to download the full story. (Legionellae Information Sheet.pdf  1.15 MB)