Shower control designed for commercial environments

Published:  01 December, 2010

Rads, shower, DHW, domestic hot water

Rada’s V10 sequential shower control is designed for commercial environments. It has a robust cartridge to cope with heavy usage, and occasional misuse. The thermostatic mixing valve conforms to TMV2, the standard designed to prevent scalding.

An optional flow regulator can restrict flow to 6 l/min, exceeding BREEAM guidelines for sustainable buildings.

The V10 has top or bottom outlets and swivel elbows, so it can be connected to rising, falling or rear-fed pipework. The single piece plastic cartridge is quickly and easily replaced.

They are available in surface-mounted, exposed configurations and as an all-in-one contract pack comprising valve, adjustable elbows, vandal-resistant shower head and rigid riser pipe.

For more information on this story, click here:  Dec 2010, 102

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