Elegance 15 mm Straight Chrome/White Thermostatic Radiator Valve

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The Evolve Elegance 15mm straight thermostatic radiator valve (TRV) is a modern bi-directional chrome headed valve. To set the desired room temperature, simply rotate the thermostat head clockwise or anti-clockwise between the * and 5, aligning the number with the vertical indicator as shown.

  • Normal flow rate: 150kg/h
  • Max. flow rate: 470kg/h
  • Max. working pressure: 10 bar
  • Max. pressure differential: 1 bar
  • Max. water temperature: 100°C
  • Max. ambient temperature: 50°C
  • Temperature adjustment range: 7°C-28°C
  • Response time: 24 mins
  • Water temperature effect: 1.40K
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More Information
Manufacturer : BiWorld
Manufacturer Product Number : EV-E15S
GTIN : 6938689700413
Product Type : Thermostatic Valve
Model : Straight Valve
Weight (KG) : 0.000000
Manufacturers Warranty : 1 Year (Subject to Manufacturers T&C's)
Installation PDF File : download installation file
Customer Questions
What colour of valve suits a raw metal radiator? Black nickel, antique brass or silver nickel

Black Nickel is the most popular colour of valves but the Silver Nickel is a close second.

Looking for black radiators, heard they never give out as much heat as the standard white ones, is this true?

To some extent, yes. Painted radiators do give out a little less heat compared to standard white radiators but the difference is minor. It will not impact the radiators ability to produce heat and heat a whole room. However, all of our colours are done by using a powder coating and so the colour makes no difference to the heat output. If you are considering painting a rad yourself, please not the more layers of heat resistant paint you add, the great the impact on performance.

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.

How can I work out which size radiators I need?

Our BTU Calculator tool will help you identify suitable radiators for the specific room(s) in question. As a guide, in our experience we’ve found the typical room size of the average 3 bedroomed house requires the following radiator sizes:

Lounge = 1400 x 600 double
Dining room = 1200 x 600 double
Kitchen = 900 x 600 double
Bedroom 1 = 1400 x 600 single
Bedroom 2 = 1200 x 600 single
Bedroom 3 = 900 x 600 single
Bathroom = 600 x 600 double

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