Radiator valves allow you to control the output of heat produced by your radiator. Our valve collection comprises a variety of valves in both modern and traditional styles to enhance your radiators.

Recognised for their resistance to corrosion and excellent conductivity, each one of our valves has undergone extensive inspection and testing, to ensure that it meets the highest quality requirements and can last years of continuous usage. 

Reina Radiator Valves

Sort by:

There are no products in this collection.

Innovative thermostatic radiator valves are also available in our collection. When these smart valves detect a decline in temperature, they alter the water flow to boost it until the desired temperature is achieved.


Our traditional manual and smart radiator valves are both available in a choice of beautiful finishes, helping you save energy without sacrificing on style. Browse our collection of energy-efficient radiator valves and add a sophisticated and refined finishing touch to your home heating today.


What do radiator valves do?

Radiator valves regulate the flow of hot water in and out of the radiator. The hot water that flows into the radiator is controlled by one valve, while the heat emanating from the radiator is controlled by the lockshield valve. Lockshield valves ensure uniform circulation of water throughout your home, working to keep the system balanced by heating each radiator at the same rate.

What are corner radiator valves?

Corner radiator valves extend from the radiator into the wall behind it, connecting your radiator to the water supply at a 90-degree angle. This gives radiator installation a sleek and tidy finish by concealing unattractive plumbing.

What is the difference between corner and angled radiator valves?

Since the basic geometry of angled and corner valves is the same, they may be utilised interchangeably. The option is more about form than function as it depends on which way you want the valve head to face. If the pipes are coming up from the floor and need to turn to enter the side of the radiator, angled radiator valves are necessary.

What is a TRV in heating?

The TRV (Thermostatic Radiator Valves) is a self-regulating valve, which means it controls the flow of water into your radiator based on the setting. TRVs are a simple way to provide radiators with complete and individual temperature control. When used correctly, they can help save a lot on heating bills.

How does a TRV valve work?

A thermostatic radiator valve is self-regulating and works by adjusting the flow of hot water into your radiator at any given time. When the temperature in the room begins to vary, a capsule in the TRV's head expands or contracts, automatically moving a pin in the valve's body, causing the valve to open or close. If the room becomes excessively heated, the pin will close the valve and restrict the amount of hot water flowing. The capsules in thermostatic radiator valves work by employing a metal spring-loaded with wax or liquid to control the temperature, with the liquid kind being the best and most constant.