The angled socket with plastic cap and brass fitting described here is specifically designed to comply with UK regulations for use with radiators.
The angled socket has a size of 1/2″, making it compatible with standard radiator fittings. Its compact and ergonomic design allows for easy installation and ensures a snug fit. The plastic handle provides a comfortable grip, facilitating convenient operation during the installation process.
The angled socket features a 1/2″ thread end, which is a commonly used thread size for radiator connections. The brass fitting and thread end ensure a secure and leak-free joint between the socket and other components of the radiator system.
This angled socket is engineered to perform optimally within a temperature range of -20℃ to 120℃. It can withstand the extreme cold temperatures often encountered during winter months, as well as the higher temperatures generated by radiators.
The angled socket with plastic cap described here is a high-quality brass fitting designed to meet UK regulations for use with radiators. It features a durable brass body and a plastic handle, ensuring both strength and user-friendly operation. With a size of 1/2″, it is compatible with standard radiator fittings, providing a secure and reliable connection. The socket’s 1/2″ thread end enables easy installation, facilitating a snug fit that prevents leaks. Its design allows for effective performance within a temperature range of -20℃ to 60℃, making it suitable for both cold winters and hot radiator operations. Additionally, the socket can withstand a maximum working pressure of 10 bar, ensuring its durability and safety in demanding radiator systems. Overall, this angled socket offers a reliable and compliant solution for radiator installations in the UK.
This angled socket with plastic cap’s construction and compliance with UK regulations make it an excellent choice for radiator installations. The combination of a sturdy brass body and plastic handle provides both durability and ease of use. With its 1/2″ thread end, it can be effortlessly connected to standard radiator fittings, ensuring a tight and secure joint that prevents any leakage. The socket is designed to operate within a wide temperature range, from -20℃ to 120℃, ensuring reliable performance in various environmental conditions. Its ability to handle a maximum working pressure of 10 bar ensures its reliability and safety even in demanding radiator systems. Whether it’s the cold winter months or the heat generated by radiators, this angled socket is designed to deliver consistent and efficient operation. Overall, this compliant and dependable angled socket is an ideal choice for anyone looking to install radiators in the UK.