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A Buyer's Guide to Radiator Valves:
Valves are an integral part of any bathroom as they regulate the flow of water throughout a radiator.
Controlling the efficiency, the radiator valve is at the heart of any heated towel rail or radiator.
Do I Need An Angled or Straight Radiator Valve?
There are two types of radiator valves available: angled or straight.
Knowing which one you’ll need depends entirely on the pipework in your bathroom.
Therefore, to quickly determine which valve you’ll need, look at your pipework: if it's emanating from the floor you’ll need a straight valve, but if it's emanating from the walls then an angled valve will be required to reach your pipework.
Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs):
Invented in Denmark, and coming into popularity in the 1970s, thermostatic valves were introduced as a cheap and easy way of controlling the temperature in large buildings.
With a TRV you set the temperature of the radiator and the valve is able to regulate the flow of water by sensing the air temperature.
Thermostatically controlled to regulate a room temperature, once the radiator reaches the requested setting it turns off and as soon as the temperature falls below this setting it turns back on.
Advantages of Thermostatic Radiator Valves:
Thermostatic radiator valves allow you to save money on your energy bills because they provide you with the freedom of setting the temperature for that specific radiator.
This allows you to control the temperature of a specific room and gives you the flexibility of setting a low temperature for rooms which receive minimal use, such as guest rooms.