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Shield Concealed Shower Valve Powers A Single Shower Accessory

List price: £190.00
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To suit all heating systems is this low pressure (0.2 bar) shower valve. Install it into a bathroom wall cavity of only 75mm depth and it will control a single accessory such as a slide rail or showerhead.

This twin valve from Shield is made of solid brass and chrome plated for a modern minimalist finish. The raw materials used and the inclusion of a 10 year guarantee represent great value for money.

The round controls with tactile knobs are precise and give good feedback. The top rotary dial adjusts water flow while the bottom one allows you to get just the right temperature for that perfect shower.

Should your cold water supply ever be interrupted you'll be pleased to know that the unit will stop the flow of water and prevent accidental scalding.

Specification

    • Chromium plated brass
    • Concealed shower valve with two handles for controlling water flow & temperature
    • Low 0.2 bar working pressure works with all heating systems
    • Anti-scald device installed
    • Built-in anti scald device
    • Ceramic disc technology for reliability built in as standard
    • Only 75mm cavity depth required
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