Ceramic Disc Valve 20 Splines 9.13145 Hot

£30

Ceramic Disc Valve 20 Splines 9.13145 Hot – Hot Valve opens Clockwise

Cold Valve opens Anti-clockwise is 9.13146

White Plastic Vernier included.

If your Tap is dripping from the Spout – change your Valve. Please see below for more information regarding whether you need a Clockwise or Anti-Clockwise Valve.

 

Description

Ceramic Disc Valve 20 Splines 9.13145 Hot  

Overall Height: 53mm
Nut Height: 5mm
Diameter at thread: 21mm
No of Splines (teeth at top): 20
Height of Splines: 12mm
Height of Splines 10mm (without white plastic vernier)

Please note that if you have a PAIR of taps e.g. a separate Hot Tap and a separate COLD tap and BOTH your taps turn in the SAME direction ie. both turn anti-clockwise then you have the SAME valve in both the Hot and the Cold i.e a 9.13146 Valve in the Hot and a 9.13146 Valve in the Cold side.  If they turn in opposite directions ie. one clockwise and one anti-clockwise then you have  a 9.13145 Hot valve in the Hot side and a 9.13146 Cold Valve in the Cold side.  In other words both the Hot and Cold valves are the same but open in mirror directions so please select the valve you require according to how your taps work.

Provided your Tap has been plumbed correctly i.e. that the levers are extended horizontally when Tap in OFF position (and the Hot feed is on the left and the Cold feed on the right), then please note the following:

The norm in Industry when referring to Cold or Hot Valves usually means that a Clockwise Opening Valve is known as a Hot Valve (CO) and an Anti-clockwise (ACO) Valve is known as a Cold Valve. However, in a Bridge Lever Tap where the Levers operate Horizontally rather than Vertically, the oppposite applies (provided your Tap is plumbed as described above). This means that you would need our 'Hot CO' Valve for the Cold Feed and a 'COLD ACO' for the Hot Water Feed. If in doubt, remove your own valves first and order the same i.e if your own Valve has a blue seal, order the Cold ACO Valve. If your own Valve has a red seal, order the Hot CO Valve. If your own Valves have white seals, then the COLD ACO valve will have NO nick on the nut, whereas the HOT CO valve will have a nick on each side of the 6 sided nut below the splines. If still in doubt, order a Pair. . Please see here an example of a Bridge Lever Tap and note that the Hot Valve is on the Cold Side and the Cold Valve is on the Hot Side. bridge lever valves with CO AND ACO Symbols

Parts might be modified by the manufacturers as part of their continual improvements. We cannot always guarantee that a part will fit an older version of a product. All spare parts that do not fit can be returned for a refund excluding shipping costs.

Shipping Information - (in Brief - see links below for more detailed information).

Spares Parts: Minimum of £4.50 Royal Mail First Class 3-5 days to Maximum £6.00 Parcel Force Track & Trace , Signature Required, 2 - 3 days after dispatch day, but please allow for delay. Click here for more information about all Shipping here.

Please note that these shipping times apply to Mainland UK Only. Please refer to our Shipping / Returns section for other destinations.

 

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