Softus said:Maybe I'm missing something, but it seems obvious to me.
CD valves are either 1/4 or 1/2 turn, and most people find it easier to remember that the handles turn towards each other or away from each other.
It's relatively easy to arrange that the handles point in a particular direction when they're off. For example:
Perhaps you're different - maybe you'd prefer them to be like this when they're off:
If you're really that bothered, then swap the valve bodies around between the sets of taps so that you get what you want.
No - that was just for the purposes of the crude illustration.zeroseven said:Are you assuming they are lever taps?
C'est la vie.They are normal cross top units with a 1/4 turn action so your diagram makes little sense.
If you say so.It seems then its just laziness on the part of Bristan that they've used lever tap valves
You could buy some more hot valve bodies.How can I swap them around to make them all shut off clockwise.
Timmyturtle said:Relacement ceramic disc cartridges are handed for hot or cold
Some turn on anti-clock
Some turn on Clockwise
Each tap will have ONE of each.
Sounds like the same ones have been fitted to both hot and cold
Hope that helps