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Radiator Valves

Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators.


There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Angled Radiator Valves & Angled Towel Rail Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Corner Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Cross Head Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Manual Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Modern Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Round Design Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Search by Finish

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Square Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Straight Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Thermostatic Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Traditional Radiator Valves

Finish your radiator off with that little something extra from our collection of radiator valves. Radiator valves are valves that you place on your radiators which connect the heating unit to the water supply. These tap-like valves act to allow you to control the amount of water that flows through your pipes and into your radiators. There are usually two types of valve inlets located on our designer radiators; one valve controls the amount of hot water entering the heating unit and the second, known as the lockshield valve, acts as a system balancing tools that allows you to control the heat output of the heating unit.

Manual and TRV Valves

Here at Designer Radiators Direct, we stock a variety of different radiator valves to suit your requirements. There are several types of radiator valves to choose from depending on the size, position and needs.


Manual Valves

Manual radiator valves are the most common types of valves you can use on your heating units. These are incredibly simple to operate and give you the ability to turn the heat up, down or off. These valves are usually smaller than TRVs.


TRVs

Thermostatic radiator valves, also known as TRVs, allow for greater control over your heating output. TRVs provide you with the ability to set your room's temperature. Once the temperature of the room that's been set is met, the advanced technology within these valves will be able to sense this and will automatically shut off to avoid the temperature rising further.


Radiator Inlet Compatibility

Radiator valves need to be compatible with your radiators' inlets and easily connected to water pipes. As water pipes can come out of the wall or the floor, there are different styles of radiator valves available that can accommodate this.


Straight Valves

As the name suggests, straight radiator valves have no bends so water flows straight from the wall or the floor directly to the radiator.


Angled Valves

Angled radiator valves are the most common kind of radiator valve. They have a 90° bend so as to connect the radiator pipe at an angle.


Corner Valves

Corner radiator valves are installed facing inwards and parallel to the wall. For this reason, these radiator valves are ideal for those looking to save space.


Radiator Valve Styles

Here at DRD, we have a wide array of radiator valves available in several different styles, so you are rest assured of finding the perfect valve that complements your radiator and interior design. We have a range of both modern and traditional cross head, round and square styles. Additionally, we have a large range of colours / finishes for you to choose from such as brass, chrome, gold, nickel and white.


Free UK Mainland Delivery

When you buy radiator valves from DRD, you will be able to take advantage of our free UK mainland delivery service! Orders usually take between one to two days to arrive upon dispatch. If you order before 12pm, you will qualify for next-day delivery. Find out more about our delivery service.


Enquire with DRD Today

If you would like to know more information about a particular set of radiator valves within our range, feel free to get in touch with us today. Contact us by phone on 01257 422 911 or send an email with your enquiry to enquiries@designerradiatorsdirect.co.uk. Alternatively, you can fill out and submit our online contact form.

Radiator Valves
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