The brass radiator valve, specifically designed in an angle type configuration, is a crucial component used in heating systems for connecting radiators.
The brass radiator valve is available in two sizes: 3/8″ and 1/2″. This sizing versatility ensures compatibility with various plumbing systems and radiator configurations. The angle type design of the valve allows for convenient installation and positioning, making it suitable for tight spaces or specific plumbing layouts.
The threads of the brass radiator valve adhere to the ISO 228 standard, which is equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228. This threading standard ensures compatibility and facilitates secure connections with other plumbing components.
The brass radiator valve is designed to operate within a specific temperature and pressure range. It is engineered to handle a working temperature range of 6℃ to 28℃, allowing for precise temperature control based on individual room requirements.
The brass radiator valve is an essential component used in heating systems to connect radiators. It plays a crucial role in allowing temperature regulation on a room-by-room basis, enabling users to achieve and maintain their desired temperatures while reducing energy consumption. Designed in accordance with EN215 standards, this valve ensures optimal performance and reliability.
Available in two sizes, 3/8″ and 1/2″, the brass radiator valve offers versatility to accommodate different plumbing systems and radiator configurations. Its angle type design makes it convenient for installation, especially in tight spaces or specific plumbing layouts. Crafted from durable brass material, the valve exhibits excellent corrosion resistance and durability, ensuring a long lifespan.
The valve features threads that adhere to the ISO 228 standard, equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228. This threading standard ensures compatibility and provides a secure connection with other plumbing components. By maintaining a reliable and leak-free connection, the valve promotes efficient heat transfer and minimizes the risk of leaks.
When it comes to temperature and pressure ranges, the brass radiator valve operates effectively within a range of 6℃ to 28℃, allowing precise temperature control for individual rooms. With a maximum working pressure of 10bar and a maximum differential pressure of 1bar, the valve can withstand the demands of heating systems while ensuring safe and efficient operation. Its hysteresis of 0.8K minimizes temperature fluctuations, ensuring stable temperature regulation.