The Danfoss family of thermostatic radiator valves (TRV) has a new addition with the launch of the RTW bi-directional TRV with built-in sensor. Combining Danfoss’ market-beating reliability and functionality with a competitive price, the new RTW offers a truly cost-effective solution for general domestic heating installations.
The new RTW sensor features Danfoss’ accurate liquid-filled sensor, which reacts quickly to changes in room temperature, and a positive shut-off position. RTW also benefits from Danfoss’ flow selectable, bi-directional design which means it can be installed horizontally or vertically, in flow or return. This flexibility provides an innovative solution to the age-old problem of ‘water hammer’. If any system noise occurs after fitting it can be stopped by simply ‘revolving’ the barrel to reverse the flow direction, reducing costly call-backs. Quick and easy installation is also part of the RTW’s cutting-edge design – the sensor can be mounted in minutes using a standard spanner.
The Danfoss RTW offers an economical TRV from a world-class manufacturer. The new range is supplied in convenient Combi Packs complete with Sensor and valve. It comes in a choice of 10mm and 15mm reversible angle versions to suit most applications and is backed by Danfoss’ 2-year warranty.
The RTW Bi-directional TRV with built-in sensors is the latest product to join Danfoss’ comprehensive range of TRV solutions. Other options include the RAS-D2, a top-of-the-range TRV for high-end domestic installations, and the well-established RAS-C2, developed by Danfoss to suit both the domestic and contract markets.
Danfoss is a leading manufacturer of world-class heating controls, from programmers and thermostats to TRVs and motorised control valves, with factories throughout Europe, including in the UK and Denmark. The company’s extensive product range is supplied through a national network of stockists. As part of its commitment to improving the knowledge and profitability of its customers, Danfoss offers a programme of installer training courses and CPD seminars, covering all aspects of domestic central heating techniques. A comprehensive range of installer support services is also available, including the Danfoss Assist mobile website at www.Assistyou.Danfoss.co.uk, specially designed for viewing on a smartphone display screen and providing instant access to installation guides, handy helpline numbers and links to the latest offers from Danfoss. For more information visit www.heating.danfoss.co.uk To find out more about OpenTherm and the OpenTherm Association, of which Danfoss is a member, go to www.opentherm.eu