Thermostatic valves, also known as thermo-control valves, are used in many industries to regulate the flow of liquids and gases. Thermostatic valves are often found in homes, commercial buildings, factories, power plants, etc., for controlling water heating or cooling systems. These valves work by sensing temperature changes and adjusting the opening size accordingly to maintain a preset range of temperatures. Brass raw materials are required to manufacture thermostatic Valves, including copper, brass, or steel. Still, brass is mainly used because it has a low thermal conductivity that helps slow down the change rate between coolant fluid being heated up by hot water flowing through pipes inside a home’s walls during summertime when heaters are not running, thus increasing efficiency.