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Enki Stafford Twin Thermostatic Exposed Shower Valve Traditional Chrome
Enki Stafford Twin Thermostatic Exposed Shower Valve Traditional Chromeby ENKI
Stafford shower valve is robust and graceful and will give timeless elegance to any bathroom. It has the appearance of a classic shower tap, yet all the intricate workings of a modern shower. This shower mixer works with as little as 0.1 bar water pressure and is finished in a flawless chrome plating. The twin thermostatic shower valve is anti-scald allowing to keep you and your family safe. The valve will automatically shut down the shower if the cold water supply fails. This valve is fitted with two individual controls, one to select the showering temperature and one to control the water flow. Exposed Twin Thermostatic Shower Mixer Valve Dimensions Single cast body, high grade brass is featured in this premium quality valve. It is designed in a way that if maintenance is required whole valve does not require re-plumbing. Built-in anti-scald device means no more fluctuating water temperatures while showering. 13 mm or 19 mm outlet diameter (adaptor to 19 mm included) 13 mm hot/cold inlets Distance between connections: 150mm Working Requirements: For this shower to operate efficiently your water system will need to produce at least 0.1 bar of pressure, though we recommend 0.5 bar for best performance. This can be achieved if you have one of the following: Combination boiler systems Gravity fed systems Megaflow system Pumped hot water systems Un-vented hot water systems Standard pressurised hot water cylinder type systems What's in the Box? Thermostatic mixer valveRead More
Enki Winchester Thermostatic Sequential Shower Valve Traditional Exposed Bronze
Enki Winchester Thermostatic Sequential Shower Valve Traditional Exposed Bronzeby ENKI
Vintage will never die out, so why not get on board with the style with this gorgeous traditional thermostatic sequential shower valve. It has the appearance of a classic shower tap, yet all the intricate workings of a modern shower. This shower mixer works with as little as 0.1 bar water pressure and is finished in a flawless antique bronze plating. The sequential thermostatic shower valve is anti-scald allowing to keep you and your family safe. The valve will automatically shut down the shower if the cold water supply fails. The single sequential control allows the shower to turn on at fully cold, further anti-clockwise movement will gradually blend in the hot water up to a maximum showering temperature of a factory pre-set 43 degree C. Thermostatic Sequential shower Mixer Valve Dimensions Single cast body, high grade brass is featured in this premium quality valve. It is designed in a way that if maintenance is required whole valve does not require re-plumbing. Built-in anti-scald device means no more fluctuating water temperatures while showering. 13 mm or 19 mm outlet diameter (adaptor to 19 mm included) 13 mm hot/cold inlets Distance between connections: 130mm Working Requirements: For this shower to operate efficiently your water system will need to produce at least 0.1 bar of pressure, though we recommend 0.5 bar for best performance. This can be achieved if you have one of the following: Combination boiler systems Gravity fed systems Megaflow system Pumped hot water systems Un-vented hot water systems Standard pressurised hot water cylinder type systems What's in the Box? Thermostatic sequential mixer valveRead More
Showers and baths can soon tire of the constant water they are subjected to, so it’s no wonder bath and shower parts often need replacing. Whether you are just replacing your shower mixer, or kitting out your whole bathroom with new parts, read the following tips to find the perfect bathroom spare parts for your home:

What bath and shower parts are available?


From shower heads to shower trays, shower hoses to shower screens, there are loads of bathroom spare parts available on Houzz. Here’s a breakdown of a few:

Shower Drains


Shower drains can get dirty, rusty and damaged, so protect them (and your feet) by choosing a new drain cover for your shower. Look for one that will catch hair, dirt, and large suds, will fit with your shower tray or floor, and will be easy to keep clean. The same can be said about your bath drain, but you may want to look at plugs and plug systems instead. If you don’t want the plug and chain traditional method, there are a range of systems available for sealing your plug in your bath.

Shower Door Hinges


Shower door hinges need to be hard wearing, waterproof and flexible. When making a decision, consider the rest of your shower and the bathroom fixtures – you will want something that complements the rest of your decor. As with all hardware and parts, make sure you check that the parts are compatible with your shower or bath before making a purchase, and consider hiring a professional to install them so nothing goes wrong.

Shower Heads


If it’s time to replace your shower head there are a few things for you to consider. Think about whether you want a hand-held shower head or one that’s fixed to the wall, whether you want an all singing all dancing, multifunctional shower head, or a fuss-free design, and whether you want a light or heavy spray. Once you’ve made a decision, browse a wide variety of styles and designs on Houzz.

Other Bathroom Spare Parts


No matter whether you’re searching for a shower mixer, valve, hose, screen, tray, accessories or something else entirely, Houzz is sure to have the ideal bathroom spare parts for your home.

Which bath and shower parts should I choose?


Read the following articles for some advice and inspiration on choosing your perfect bath and shower parts:

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