@Stewart13 Good stuff! Has it also made the thermostat any more accurate than with out the shield?
Hi I have 4 fitted to trv but all are controlled by wall thermostats to combat the overshoot issue. I will change one of my rooms to be controlled by a trv for a day and see if this has reduced the overshoot. I will let you know.
@Stewart13 any update? :)
@Stewart13 Great news - well done you.
@Stewart13 thanks, sounds good! So once youve made them, how do they fit on? Do they slide over the top or do you need to remove from the rad, and place it on with the screw end off? What size draught excluder is it?
Very clever! Love it. Will definitely give this a go.
(Thanks @samd for letting me know about this thread).
@Stewart13 Just checking have you still seen the same results with the overshoot?
The childlock advantages is great as I have 2 little ones but also think the overshoot advantage would be great.
@Stewart13 Works great! Thank you for sharing!
@Stewart13 I actually don't use the valves for measuring the temperature. I have either a Smart Thermostat or an extra Smart Radiator Thermostat (placed on a shelf/table) in each room. But I too would be curious!