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The brass thermostatic radiator valve is a specialized component used in heating systems to regulate the temperature of individual rooms by connecting to radiators.
The brass thermostatic radiator valve is designed with a size of 1/2″, making it compatible with standard plumbing connections. Its compact and robust construction ensures easy installation and durability. The valve’s shape is designed to integrate seamlessly with radiators.
The threads of the brass thermostatic 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 secure connections with other plumbing components.
The brass thermostatic radiator valve is designed to operate within a working temperature range of 6℃ to 28℃. This range allows for precise temperature control, ensuring that each room maintains a comfortable and desired temperature.
The brass thermostatic radiator valve is a crucial component used in heating systems to enable precise temperature regulation on a room-by-room basis. It plays a vital role in maintaining a constant and desired temperature within each room, allowing occupants to enjoy optimal comfort while also reducing energy consumption. By connecting to radiators, this valve ensures efficient heat distribution and helps prevent overheating, resulting in energy savings and improved system performance.
Designed in accordance with EN215 standards, the brass thermostatic radiator valve meets industry specifications for quality and reliability. It features a size of 1/2″, making it compatible with standard plumbing connections and ensuring easy installation. Its robust construction guarantees durability, while its compact design enables seamless integration with radiators, facilitating efficient heat transfer.
The valve’s threads 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 secure connections with other plumbing components, minimizing the risk of leaks and ensuring system integrity.
Operating within a temperature range of 6℃ to 28℃, the valve provides precise temperature control, allowing occupants to achieve their desired comfort levels. With a maximum working pressure of 10bar and a maximum differential pressure of 1bar, it demonstrates resilience in handling varying pressure conditions within the heating system. The hysteresis value of 0.8K indicates the valve’s sensitivity in maintaining temperature stability, reducing the need for frequent adjustments.