Traditional design is making a big comeback in the bathroom, and when you look at this Ultra Exposed Shower Valve you'll easily see why. It's a design that prides itself on providing beauty as well as function, combining into a package that's as captivating as the water it provides is exhilarating. Plus, because it's suitable for use with all water systems, there's a good bet that you'll be able to enjoy its fruits. Safety is also at the forefront of this valve. Thermal protection will instantly shut off the shower if the hot or cold water supply fails, so there's never a risk of scalding. Even at low pressure, this valve supplies an experience that will always be satisfying.
149mm(W) x 160mm(H) x 136mm(D)
Full thermal protection to prevent scalding in the event of hot or cold water shut off
In the event of hot or cold water failure, the valve will shut down as per the relevant standard
The patented cartridge is highly resistant to calcium build up - even in hard water areas
Our valves are suitable for use with all systems: gravity fed, pumped, unvented high pressure or fully modulated combi-boilers
Excellent flow rates - even at low pressure
The cartridge is fully reversible, meaning if hot and cold supplies are the wrong way round, it doesn't need re-plumbing
Simply remove the cartridge, turn 180C and replace
The likelihood is that the cartridge needs cleaning to remove any debris or limescale from the interior.
Where can I find pressure information for my chosen shower valve?
Each valve has its own required minimum bar pressure information, all product data can be found on the dedicated product page within the Product specification table on our website.
How can I check the bar pressure in my property?
You will need to check the type of system that is installed - Is there a tank in the loft? If so, this means you have a gravity system, the height of this tank above the outlet will give a rough indication of the available pressure - the measurement should be taken from the base of the loft tank to the outlet (every meter distance is equal to 1.0 bar). If there is no tank in the property then the system is either using a mains pressure unvented system or a combination boiler. In both cases there should be more than 1.0 bar pressure available.