Angle Valves / Combi Angle Valves

  Item-No.
Description
Abm.
Bl.
Weight
  Angle valves / Combi Angle Valves      
2500
Angle valve with V/S 
polish chrome plated
 
standard version
with high compression nut
incl. brass cutting ring
with PA-Nr. IX 665/I
1/2” x 10
78
110
           
2510
Angle valve with V/S 
polish chrome plated
 
with high compression nut
incl. brass cutting ring
with SDAG
with PA-Nr. IX 665/I
1/2” x 10
78
110
           
2520
Ball angle valve with V/S
polish chrome plated
 
standard version
with high compression nut
incl. brass cutting ring
1/2” x 10
75
100
           
2600
Combi angle valve with V/S
polish chrome plated
 
with reflux stop
with triangle handle
with high compression nut
incl. brass cutting ring
1/2″ x 10
105
280
           
2601
Combi angle valve with V/S
polish chrome plated
 
with reflux stop
with pipe aerator
with high compression nut
incl. brass cutting ring
1/2″ x 10
107
380
           
2610
Combi angle valve with V/S
polish chrome plated
 
with reflux stop
with pipe aerator
with high compression nut
incl. brass cutting ring
with SDAG
1/2″ x 10
105
280
           
2611
Combi angle valve with V/S
polish chrome plated
 
with triangle handle
with reflux stop
with pipe aerator
with high compression nut
incl. brass cutting ring
with SDAG
1/2″ x 10
107
380

No Water without Angle Valve

Angle valves are used wherever a hose connection is connected to a water pipe in the wall.Their task is to regulate or completely shut off the water supply to fittings and appliances. The predominant variant is the installation of angle valves on plaster.As a specialist dealer, we also have suitable angle valves available for connecting flush mounted toilet cisterns and the like.The standard connection sizes are ½ inch for wall connection and 3/8 inch at the outlet.If a different size is required, appropriate adapters can be used. They are mainly made of brass with a chrome coating on the surface, whereby our range only includes high-quality material qualities.

High quality is important

Saving on angle valves is rarely a good idea.Because a broken angle valve usually shows up at the worst possible moment.Namely when it should be closed and does not work.Angle valves in the bathroom or kitchen are usually open, as water should always be available at the sink or washbasin.They are closed if, for example, the fitted kitchen is to be dismantled or the angle valve is to be replaced.A faulty corner valve upsets the whole plan here and in the worst case the water must be turned off completely here until a plumber has installed a new one.If it is a pair (cold and hot water) you should always change both.Most of them are the same age and of identical quality so that the second angle valve will not be long in coming once the first has failed.

Solutions for special tasks

Angle valves have many different functions and therefore they are also available in different designs.The best known is the combi-valve.It has an additional outlet for connecting devices, which can be regulated separately.A further hose distributor can be connected here if two connections are required, for example for the dishwasher and a refrigerator with ice cube maker. Angle valves that do not disappear in a base cabinet but remain in the visible area are now available as lavishly designed variants of various styles with attractive surfaces.Occasionally there is not enough space to install a standard valve.There are special solutions for this with a flat shape. Even lockable models for use in communal laundry facilities are available.Sensitive ears are protected by low-noise valves.Highly calcareous water is the worst enemy of the angle valve.Therefore, high-quality designs are constructed in such a way that the relevant parts do not lie in water when closed and are free of lime. 

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