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Radiator Thermostatic White Straight 15mm Valve 99p @ screwfix

£0.99 @ Screwfix
Good reviews, click n collect. White and chrome finish. Offers frost protection. Positive shut-off. Approved to EN 215. •Liquid Sensor •Set Point Limiting or Locking •5 Year Manufacturer's Gu… Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Good reviews, click n collect.

White and chrome finish. Offers frost protection. Positive shut-off. Approved to EN 215.

•Liquid Sensor
•Set Point Limiting or Locking
•5 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee

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#1
cheap! I paid more than 99p which you can never find at this price.
3 Likes #2
Remember these are STRAIGHT connectors............most radiators take vertical valves.
#3
crikey.. that's cheap HOT
#4
At 99p these will get hoovered up by heating engineers as stock items, so be quick if you want them!
#5
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2 Likes #6
im a heating engineer and wouldnt bother with these.
noy only are they straight connection which you very rarely find or fit they are also cheap valves.
Pay the extra and fit danfoss or pegler
4 Likes #7
antenna
Remember these are STRAIGHT connectors............most radiators take vertical valves.


Worth it just for the heads...
#8
good deal many thanks :-)
1 Like #9
antenna
Remember these are STRAIGHT connectors............most radiators take vertical valves.

angled valves ;-)
#10
jgtuk
antenna
Remember these are STRAIGHT connectors............most radiators take vertical valves.




Worth it just for the heads...

You could have at least said "Worth it just for the HEAD" in true HUKD blueness.
#11
U can sell these things?
#12
sarahdwaine
U can sell these things?

obviously Screw Fix are struggling due to the slash in price
#13
guitaristanime
jgtuk
antenna
Remember these are STRAIGHT connectors............most radiators take vertical valves.




Worth it just for the heads...

You could have at least said "Worth it just for the HEAD" in true HUKD blueness.


Haha - didn't even cross my mind...
#14
Drayton TRV's every time for me. Work well, look good, and bi-directional.
#15
benfisher1991
Dkr1966
im a heating engineer and wouldnt bother with these.
noy only are they straight connection which you very rarely find or fit they are also cheap valves.
Pay the extra and fit danfoss or pegler

So you're a plumber?

Cruel
1 Like #16
Dkr1966
im a heating engineer and wouldnt bother with these.
noy only are they straight connection which you very rarely find or fit they are also cheap valves.
Pay the extra and fit danfoss or pegler

Same here, Danfoss RAS-C2 every time. They will last forever and are truly bi-directional. I don't know any professional who would be recommending these.
#17
Good reviews and 5 yr guarantee - hot deal
banned#18
Screw em! Don't **** em!
#19
Dkr1966
im a heating engineer and wouldnt bother with these.
noy only are they straight connection which you very rarely find or fit they are also cheap valves.
Pay the extra and fit danfoss or pegler

as a heat engineer maybe you could advise me? I've moved into a house with as ch and every single thermostatic valve has been removed! Which bit do I measure to get the size and how do I know if they are straight or vertical? also do they just fit on or do they need a fitting? thanks anyway
#20
r40
Dkr1966
im a heating engineer and wouldnt bother with these.
noy only are they straight connection which you very rarely find or fit they are also cheap valves.
Pay the extra and fit danfoss or pegler

as a heat engineer maybe you could advise me? I've moved into a house with as ch and every single thermostatic valve has been removed! Which bit do I measure to get the size and how do I know if they are straight or vertical? also do they just fit on or do they need a fitting? thanks anyway

These are straight valves more commonly they are angled they are also universal to 15mm copper all fittings are included you will need tools to fit.

http://www.travisperkins.co.uk/webimage/800000/850000/850000/850369-800.jpg

Edited By: ssc1 on Dec 23, 2014 20:17
#21
Are these any good for a towel radiator?
#22
welshmatt
Are these any good for a towel radiator?

Possibly the experts would better advise, and I am unsure if this applies to you but I was told before that a thermostatic valve is useless in a bathroom containing a shower and a straight through valve is all that is needed, (meaning of course that the towel rail is on full when the CH is on).

But to answer your question simply, if it suits your pipe configuration, then yes.
1 Like #23
r40
Dkr1966
im a heating engineer and wouldnt bother with these.
noy only are they straight connection which you very rarely find or fit they are also cheap valves.
Pay the extra and fit danfoss or pegler

as a heat engineer maybe you could advise me? I've moved into a house with as ch and every single thermostatic valve has been removed! Which bit do I measure to get the size and how do I know if they are straight or vertical? also do they just fit on or do they need a fitting? thanks anyway

Angled

http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image/ae235/?wid=180&hei=180&layer=0&size=180,180&layer=1&size=180,180&src=ae235/34362_P&&op_sharpen=1


Straight (as per OP)

http://s7g3.scene7.com/is/image/ae235/?wid=180&hei=180&layer=0&size=180,180&layer=1&size=180,180&src=ae235/20896_P&&op_sharpen=1

If your unsure the pipe size and have a set of spanners, use these to gauge the pipe diameter, more than likely 15mm but could be 8mm, try these and see which one is a snug fit on pipe dissapearing below floor.
OR use an adjustable spanner, tighten over pipe (not too tight) and measure the gap with a tape measure/ruler.

IF your asking if they 'just fit on' you need a plumber to be honest, the system needs drained, valves removed and new thermostatic valves fitted.
#24
welshmatt
Are these any good for a towel radiator?

Yes but wouldnt personally, go for non trv compact ones.
#25
alphabravo
benfisher1991
Dkr1966
im a heating engineer and wouldnt bother with these.
noy only are they straight connection which you very rarely find or fit they are also cheap valves.
Pay the extra and fit danfoss or pegler

So you're a plumber?

Cruel


ignorant more like
#26
Well I just bought 10 and the price was £4.95 as you also get bogof ,so a right royal result . Thank you.
#27
thanks andy!

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