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The Complementary Range

Get to know your valves

The type of radiator valve you will need is dependent on the position of the radiator valve inlets that your new radiator requires and the position of the central heating supply flow and return pipes that your radiator feeds off.

Straight Valves

These join the radiator to the central heating pipework in a straight horizontal line. The pipework comes from the floor.
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Angled Valves

Allow you to join the central heating pipework to the radiator at an angle. The radiator valve has a 90° bend in it.
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Corner Valves

When pipework is coming from the wall, these allow the radiator head to point upwards, therefore not increasing the depth.
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T-Pieces / T-Junctions

Enable you to turn a wet / central heating radiator into a dual fuel radiator by allowing you to connect an electric element.
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Elements explained

Electric elements are designed to fit inside both plumbed or non plumbed towel rails, this allows the rails to function when the central heating is switched off.
Non Thermostatic elements maintain a constant temperature at which the rail will stay.
Thermostatic elements allow you to control the temperature of the rail to a desired heat.
Timed Thermostatic elements benefit from the addition of a drying function which means that the rail can be turned on for a specific time period as required.

Smart Elements

Including both Thermostatic and Non-Thermostatic Elements.
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WiFi Smart

Electronic thermostat, controlled from your smartphone.
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Sleeves

Decorative pipe covers available in a range of finish options.
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Accessories

Including dressing gown hooks & push fit elbows.
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