Evolve Contract 15mm Straight Chrome/White TRV

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This Evolve 15mm straight thermostatic radiator valve (TRV) from the basic Contract range can be used to regulate the fluid flow to the radiator to keep the ambient temperature of the room constant at the set value preventing unwanted temperature rises and achieving considerable energy savings.

  • Max. working pressure: 10 bar

  • Max. pressure differential: 1 bar

  • Max. water temperature: 100C

  • Max. ambient temperature: 50C

  • Temperature adjustment range: 0C-28C

  • Frost setting: 7C


Please note: The TRV is only suitable for use as a reverse flow valve when the system differential pressure across the valve does not exceed 0.25 bar.
Weight
350g
Manufacturer
BiWorld
Manufacturer Product Number
EV-C15S
Manufacturers Warranty
1 Year (Subject to Manufacturers T&C's)
EAN
6938689700284
Manufacturers Website:
http://www.biworldcontrols.co.uk/
Valve Position
Straight
Connections
15mm x 1/2"
Valve Type
Thermostatic
Valve Style
Contract
Valve Colour
White / Chrome
Manufacturers brochure PDF File
Product Questions
How can i connect the radiator valves to 10mm pipe when installing with column radiators?

To connect our Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV's) or Twin Packs to 10mm pipe you will need the compression 1 piece 15mm x 10mm internal reducer - Click Here.

This replaces the olive in the compression end of the valve and reduces the connection down to 10mm.

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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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