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Central Heating Connection Types



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Central heating system connection - Pipes from Floor

Type of use: Central heating connection
Position of pipes: The pipes come out from floor
Parts Required: A pair of straight valves

Installation guide: To connect the towel radiator to the central heating system, you need a pair of straight (in-line) valves (thermostatic or standard). The head unit of the valve (if it is a thermostatic valve) is connected to the left or right inlet pipe, depending on from which direction the hot water flows in. Valves must be connected to bottom inlet points of the towel radiator.

When you have connected the towel radiator to the valves and sealed off the top inlet points with blanking plug and air valve, you are then able to turn on the inflow valve to fill the towel radiator.

Please bleed the towel radiator at even intervals to ensure that there are no air gaps inside the pipes and it reaches its maximum capacity.



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Central heating system connection - Pipes from wall

Type of use: Central heating connection
Position of pipes: The pipes come out from the wall
Parts Required: A pair of angled valves (thermostatic valves or standard)

Installation guide: To connect the towel radiator to the central heating system, you need a pair of angled valves (thermostatic valves or standard). The head unit of valve (if it is a thermostatic valve) is connected to the left or right inlet pipe, depending on from which direction the hot water flows in. Valves must be connected to bottom inlet points of the towel radiator.

When you have connected the towel radiator to the valves and sealed off the top inlet points with blanking plug and air valve, you are then able to turn on the inflow valve to fill the towel radiator.

Please bleed the towel radiator at even intervals to ensure that there are no air gaps inside the pipes and it reaches its maximum capacity.