Premier Edwardian Traditional Triple Exposed Thermostatic Shower Valve

Product Code: PID17893
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Product Information

Enjoy the look and feel of traditional shower - backed by the modern convenience of a triple thermostatic control and anti-scald protection.
Premier Edwardian Traditional Triple Exposed Thermostatic Shower Valve

Thermostatically controlled
Built-in anti-scald device
Suitable for shower pumps
Manufactured from solid brass
Suitable for combi boilers and gravity-fed systems
Suitable for unvented mains pressure systems

Dimensions:
Height: 263mm
Width: 150mm
Depth: 162mm

Suitable for water systems between 0.1 - 10 bar static pressure

If you are searching for a classic style shower valve that will bring timeless elegance to your showering space then choose this Premier Traditional Triple Exposed Thermostatic Shower Valve. This stunning shower valve has a beautiful ornate design that is typical of a period era. The chrome finish is highlighted by white lever handles and temperature indicator which will easily match with a range of traditional fixtures and fittings for a coherent finish in your bathroom. We have a fantastic collection of Premier showers and taps that can be matched with this stunning shower valve. With a 10 year manufacturer's guarantee as standard you can be assured of the durability of this thermostatic valve.



PRODUCT INFORMATION

Finish Chrome
Guarantee 10 Year
Part Number A3057E
Barcode 5055369057894
Manufacturer Premier
Category Shower Valves
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Review by Emma

excellent product

This product is very well made, the quality of it for the price is amazing. Looks very nice installed alongside a traditional style shower head i bought
 
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