Manufactured from WRAS-approved materials, the shower valve has been designed to fit a standard 1/2” BSP hose connector. The Shower Bar Valve has a ceramic cartridge, which enables smooth operation.
A water-saving element has been included to control flow, without having a detrimental impact on the shower’s performance.
Safety features include a pre-set temperature of 380°C, with a push-button over-ride to 460°C; Geberit’s Cool touch technology works to prevent scalding to enhance protection.
The Twyford X120 Thermostatic Shower Valve is also available as a Dual Control Recessed Thermostatic Shower Valve, which measures 240 x 150mm, with a pre-set temperature of 420°C.
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