1" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve Zoom

1" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve

SKU:013G8024

Brand: Danfoss

Danfoss
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$48.95
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$234.75 / box (5 units x $46.95)
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Specs

Application: Low Pressure Steam
Hot Water
Size: 1"
Connection Type: FPT x MPT Union
Body Pattern: Angle
Flow Capacity (Cv): 2.8 Cv
Max Pressure (PSI): 10 psi
Position: Normally Open
Temperature Range (F): 45°F to 86°F Adjustable
250°F Max
Test Pressure (PSI): 232 PSI Max
Max Sensor Temp (F): 140°F
Sensor Type: Valve Mounted

Description for Danfoss 013G8024

RA 2000 Thermostatic radiator valves regulate the flow of hot water of hot water or steam through free-standing radiators, baseboards or convectors in hot water and two-pipe low pressure steam systems.

Specifications:

  • Size: 1"
  • Valve Type: Angle
  • Cv: 2.8
  • Connections (inlet x outlet): FPT X MPT Union Tailpiece

1" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve

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5.0

Fast ship. Great service

By Troy

from Stamford, CT

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        Comments about 1" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve:

        Shipped super
        Fast. I ordered wrong size and customer support was very helpful. Will definitely shop here again!

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        4.0

        No problems so far

        By DC Goog Guy

        from Washington, DC

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              Comments about 1" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve:

              Just looks like a good valve that the heating people installed. Got it for use with thermostatic radiator valves. Much better than the decades old valve it replaced.

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              5.0

              Quality part!

              By Tim the landlord

              from Virginia, MN

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                    Comments about 3/4" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve:

                    I used several of these valves in a 6 unit apartment building that is currently all on one steam zone(2 pipe system). Put one of these with an operator nob thing (sold separately) on each radiator and you are good to go! The quality of this item is great and it fit a few of the radiators without having to take out the nipple (name I call it), others I had to remove the nipple from the radiator (risky business) and put in the one that came with this item. Some of the old vales had different thread count so they are not all universal (this is how it is with old steam systems). If you have to remove the nipple, have a moto tool handy, a couple pip wrenches and some elbo greese (I buy elbo greese by the gallon, haha just kidding).

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                    • 1" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve

                      Q:

                      Can this valve be used without the direct mount operator to allow manual control of water flow rate to 5 rads connected in parallel? I'm looking for a tidy, manual valve for flow balancing to equalize heat output along the installation. Is this it? What might be better? Thank you.
                      Asked on 9/8/2012 by Steve from Evansville, ON

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                      • VERIFIED BUYER

                        A:

                        Yes, they work great. I have the same setup. If you might later add any RA2000 thermostats, then you should use the side mount valve (013G8023), because the stats need to be mounted vertically with the sensor away from the radiator. The stats are great for keeping one room cooler than the rest.

                        Answered on 9/8/2012 by Anonymous
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                        A:

                        Hooked up that way, all of the radiators will be fed at the same time. This valve works best when you have a valve for each radiator. That way, only the exchanger that's calling for heat will open.

                        Answered on 9/8/2012 by Anonymous
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                        Not enough info. GPM, Delta T and BTU's required for that answer. I would doubt a 1" thermostaic valve would handle more than 2 or 3 20K rads with a typical residential pump on a whole house system

                        Answered on 9/9/2012 by Anonymous
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                        http://nathome.net/tcevuh/r

                        Answered on 3/4/2013 by Jmich1951 from Chicago, Il
                    • 3/4" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve

                      Q:

                      Does this valve offer any option for adjusting water flow independently of room temperature, allowing heat output to be balanced with relation to nearby radiators? In other words, does this valve also act as a balancing valve? Thanks!
                      Asked on 4/5/2012 by Steve from Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada

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                        A:

                        That is precisely what that valve is designed to do.... It will need a thermostatic head to go w/ it. kpc

                        Answered on 4/6/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                        Steve-
                        Flow to the radiator is based on the temperature sensor that is placed on the valve; so flow is not regulated independently of room temperature.
                        You can reduce the temperature of one radiator compared to another by adjusting the sensor to different settings if need be.
                        I think they work extremely well in my house with hot water radiators.
                        Joe

                        Answered on 4/6/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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                        A:

                        I am a residential customer, not a plumber, but this is how I think it
                        works.
                        The TRV has direct control over only the radiator to which it is fitted.
                        There should be an indirect benefit to other units. Since the TRV
                        closes down when room temp reaches the preset level, more heat is then
                        made available to other radiators on the same circuit. However, since
                        apartment building heating circuits are usually on vertical runs, any
                        balancing effect is most likely to benefit rooms above and below.
                        We have been very happy with the comfort provided us by our Danfoss
                        TRVs. We have been urging our coop to install them throughout the 90
                        units in our building because we believe such an investment, if done
                        building wide, will be paid back in 2-3 years due to increased energy
                        efficiency.

                        Answered on 4/6/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
                    • 1/2" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve

                      Q:

                      Is it possible to provide a maximum set point that can be set by landlord key for this valve or any similar product?

                      Idea is to have max set point to prevent tenants from cranking up the heat and opening windows....I know they make electronic thermostats like this, but are there any options for TRVs?
                      Asked on 1/24/2011 by smc from phila, pa

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                      • CUSTOMER CARE

                        A:

                        The operators for the valve come with pins to lock in ranges and settings.

                        Answered on 1/28/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                    • 1/2" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve

                      Q:

                      i have a 42 unit apt. building and i am trying to regulate even heat thoughtout the building are these the valves i need to do that i have a 2 pipe low pres. system (
                      steam)
                      Asked on 12/15/2010 by big d from newark nj

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                        A:

                        Yes, you can use this item. You will also need the operator (SKU: 013G8250).

                        Answered on 12/16/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                    • 1/2" Angle Thermostatic Radiator Valve

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                      Does this require the addition of the "Direct Mount Operator" knob to be a complete thermostat? If so, does this replace the gray knob I see in the picture, or does it fit over it somehow?
                      Asked on 9/12/2010 by Dan from Portland OR

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