Your Trusted Brass Radiator Valve Manufacturer
D&R Metal Industry operating in China has the best quality brass radiator valves. We offer a comprehensive range of brass radiator valves in a large number of designs and sizes to fit your requirements.
- 100% quality testing before shipment
- Fully customized brass radiator valves
- MOQ from 3000 pcs.
- To be exported worldwide
Why D&R is a Leading Brass Radiator Valve Manufacturer
D&R Metal Industry is 15 years in manufacturing brass radiator valves in China. We are dedicated to supplying customers with excellent quality brass radiator valves. We stock thousands of D&R brass radiator valves for commercial and industrial plumbing uses. We can help you find the right brass radiator valves for your projects or business. Contact us now!
D&R Metal IndustryYour Professional Brass Radiator Valve Manufacturer
Features of Brass Radiator Valve
D&R Brass Radiator Valve
D&R Metal Industry manufactures high-quality, cost-effective brass radiator valves for your satisfaction. For 15 years in manufacturing brass valves and fittings in China, we’ve been totally capable of providing the right solution for your needs.
D&R Metal Industry can customize your brass radiator valve orders as a special request. D&R Metal Industry is an expert team that always been innovating brass radiator valves guaranteed by our advanced automated manufacturing tools.
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D&R Metal Industry – China’s Premier Brass Radiator Valves Manufacturer
Are you looking for the best manufacturer and supplier of brass radiator valves to support your business? Don’t go further from D&R Metal Industry. In China, we are a professional brass valves and fittings manufacturer that can work with your brass radiator valves need.
D&R brass radiator valves add a touch of class to any room. We offer a wide range of D&R brass radiator valves to help spruce up your radiator set-up. It is a great choice for the homeowner with an eye for detail.
Our brass radiator valves are popular in the market for their traditional and stylish finish to any radiator installation. We stock D&R brass radiator valves with plenty of available finishes to choose from.
Mainly are bright Polished Brass or subtle Brushed Brass. If you want a period-style appearance, then you may choose Brass Bronze or aged Antique Brass. We can have Unlacquered Brass Valves too for an authentic and vintage look.
No matter what the finishes you want for your brass radiator valves, D&R Metal Industry can produce for you. We are a leading manufacturer and supplier in China that can produce custom and standard brass radiator valves to satisfy your needs.
Our outstanding brass radiator valves are available in both thermostatic and manual options, suitable for use almost anywhere around your home. D&R Metal Industry is committed to supplying brass radiator valves around the world. Available in both modern and traditional designs, perfect for any style of the radiator.
Our selection of D&R brass radiator valves is perfect for complementing anthracite, contemporary homes, black, or white radiators. For any particular radiation installations, our brass radiator valves are available in straight, angled, and corner options.
D&R Metal Industry offers a wide range of brass radiator valves for the perfect finishing touch. Whichever head design or style finish you prefer for your brass radiator valve, you can find it here in D&R Metal Industry!
When it comes to stunning and stylish brass radiator valves, you can count on D&R Metal Industry! For all your needs, D&R Metal Industry can manufacture it for you!
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Brass Radiator Valve: The Ultimate FAQ Guide
What is Brass Radiator Valve?
A brass radiator valve helps in controlling the volume of hot water flow in and out from the radiators.
Brass Radiator Valve
How Do You Know Which Type of Brass Radiator Valve to Get?
Before you purchase a brass radiator valve, there are a lot of things that you need to consider. And the following are:
- Location of the valve
- Surface and appearance
Why Do You Need to Choose Brass Radiator Valve?
If you want your radiator to be a tidy one, you need a brass radiator valve. The brass radiator valve suits well if your radiator has metallic finishes. And also it complements well to a radiator that has a traditional design.
What are the Different Types of Brass Radiator Valve?
Traditional or Manual Brass Radiator Valve
It is similar to a classical valve. Also, it’s bidirectional and easier to install.
Brass Angled Radiator Valve
The brass angled radiator valve is one of the most common valves. Suitable for wall and floor pipes. They look tidier and less evident pipework.
Brass Straight Radiator Valve
It is called a brass straight radiator valve because the water flows inside the valve are straight, not deflect or disseminate.
The h-block valve is fitted to the midway connection radiator. It helps to lessen the space collision of your radiator. Installing, replacing, and removing is effortless compared to straight and angled radiator valves.
Corner Radiator Valve
A corner radiator valve has a 90-degree vertical angle. And they are usually used for horizontal pipes that are placed in the wall.
Should a Brass Radiator Valve be Fully Open?
Definitely yes. It should be fully open all day and night to flow the water freely.
What are the Available Sizes of Brass Radiator Valve?
There are only three sizes available the 8mm, 10mm, and 22mm.
22mm – this size is commonly used in the bathroom because bathroom pipes are much wider.
10mm – it is used to a radiator that connects to your heating system
8mm – this is usually common if your house was built during the 20th century. Because their house has microbore pipes.
How to Change Your Brass Radiator Valve?
Step 1: Switch off the radiator as well as the water supply
Step 2: Fully clear the radiator and let the water comes out before changing the valve
Step 3: Detach the valve connection from radiator
Step 4: Both clean the radiator and pipes before removing the valve
Step 5: Put a tape around the new valve but not so tight
Step 6: Connect the valve to the pipe and screw it before sealing
Step 7: Flick on the water supply until it’s full.
What Do You Need To Do If Your Brass Radiator Valve Have Leaks?
It would be best if you fixed it immediately. But first, you need to check the causes of leakage and where it was coming from. The common places that you need to check are the following:
- Check the valve nut that connects between radiator and pipes
- Check the underneath hole of the radiator
- The upper part of the radiator
- If you have a manual brass radiator valve, check the cap of it
After finding the leak, put a PTFE tape around the valve before thrusting and tightening it. This is a tough job, so if you are unsure of doing it yourself, call a professional to do it for you.