Bentley Gothic 15mm Black Nickel TRV & Lockshield Valve Set

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The Bentley Gothic brushed black nickel TRV valve set is an opulent high grade twin pack from Evolve comprising a reversible Bentley Gothic thermostatic radiator valve with 15mm compression complete with a matching lockshield valve. To set the required room temperature, simply rotate the wheel handle clockwise or anti-clockwise between the first and fifth line.



  • Max. working pressure: 10 bar


  • Max. pressure differential: 1 bar


  • Max. water temperature: 100C


  • Max. ambient temperature: 50C


  • Temperature adjustment range: 12C-30C




Please note: Bentley TRVs are only suitable for use as a reverse flow valve when the system differential pressure across the valve does not exceed 0.25 bar. An auto bypass should be fitted in conjunction with all Bentley valves.
Weight
850g
Manufacturer
BiWorld
Manufacturer Product Number
EV-BG15BN
Manufacturers Warranty
1 Year (Subject to Manufacturers T&C's)
EAN
6938689701229
Manufacturers Website:
http://www.biworldcontrols.co.uk/
Valve Position
Angled
Connections
15mm x 1/2"
Valve Type
Thermostatic & Manual Pair
Valve Style
Traditional
Valve Colour
Black Nickel
Installation PDF File
Recommended for Column Radiators
Yes
Product Questions
What if I want a Radiator Package deal, but my radiator size isnt listed.
We have created package deals on all the most popular Designer radiators and valves in Columnrads UK. This covers all Column radiator and Flat panel radiator sizes, with vales that best suit these radiators.
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Are your valves Bi-directional?

All of our valves are Bi-directional.

However, it is useful for you to know that due to the unique flow diverter, built within all Revive column radiators the flow MUST to be on the same side as the permanent blank which is the opposite side to the air vent bleed valve.

This is more a flow and return system thing, but is useful to know when thinking about your valves.

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