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Thanks for looking.
A bungalow I'm buying has a couple of TRV's missing but they are these ones. It's a few hours journey, so would appreciate if anyone can recognise it. Sorry for blurry image.
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Danfoss

Allen key or a twist lock where it joins the brass body?
@Last Plumber @ShaunCorbs
Thanks for the replies.
I found another picture of the rads with it missing and one has nothing but other has a plastic collar with flat head screw still. I assume a replacement (if I can get them or, is it just a case of matching size?) would have collar with?
Cheers for the help. Appreciated.
 

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The ones with flat headed screwed collars were older I think. We are going back a while now.
I don't think you can buy them anymore but look on Danfos' website. They do similar heads still but the valves may have changed. I am sure their technical team will be able to advise you.

Speaking as a Plumber, I would just change the valve and head due to its age but I do still rate Danfos so I would recommend them.
 
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@Last Plumber cheers for that. Yeah, the former owner passed and going by the oil CH and near all single panel rad's, I think it's safe to say they've quite possibly been there decades.
It's all going to need updating but I was thinking in the interim. Just as well it's summer.
I'll check out Danfos site.
Thanks again.
 
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The old style heads are available but quite pricey!
Unless you're fairly competent with pipework the old Danfoss valves are not easy to swap due to having a female threaded connection.
 
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The old style heads are available but quite pricey!
Unless you're fairly competent with pipework the old Danfoss valves are not easy to swap due to having a female threaded connection.

Thanks for that.
Hmm. I was just thinking I could swap the heads from the unused most rooms and shut them off if need be as an interim fix until all get updated...
 

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