Shower Valves

SHOWER VALVES
  • Thermostatically controlled shower valves have the ability to maintain the selected temperature, when pressure and temperature changes occur in the hot and cold supplies, depends on its internal construction.
  • Sequential. A single control knob initiates flow at a cold setting, progressive rotation of the control increases the temperature setting. Starting the shower initially at a cold setting, turning the control progressively increases showering temperature whilst maintaining a relatively fixed flow rate.
  • Concentric. An outer control is turned to initiate and adjust the flow of water, an inner control is turned to the left or right to adjust temperature.
  • 2 dial 1 way. Two separate controls are provided one for flow control, the other for adjusting the temperature. Operates single outlet such as handheld shower, or overhead shower.
  • 2 dial 2 way. Two separate controls are provided one for flow control/diverter, the other for adjusting the temperature. Operates two outlets such as handheld showers and overhead showers.
  • 3 dial 2 way. Three separate controls are provided one for flow control, second for diverting water flow, third for adjusting the temperature. Operates two outlets such as handheld shower and overhead shower.
  • 3 dial 3 way. Three separate controls are provided one for flow control, second for diverting water flow, third for adjusting the temperature. Operates three outlets such as handheld shower, overhead shower and bath filler or body jet massagers.
  • Manual single lever mixing valves. A single lever performs two functions. Moving the control up and down regulates the flow, moving it to the left and right adjusts the temperature setting.
  • Diverter valves. Can be used in conjunction to single outlet valves to add additional outlets to your shower.
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