Radiator on a twin entry valve

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  1. Dunsten

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    I have to fix a radiator or towel rail radiator in a bathroom as the radiator is missing. The old connection has been left with only a twin entry valve.

    Can I install a normal double radiator ( 40 cm width) by connecting one end with the Twin entry valve and cap off the other side of the radiator?
    Is that possible to connect a towel rail radiator instead a normal radiator?
    Or
    Should I need a special radiator?

    Please help me complete this job successfully.
    Thank you
    Dunsten
     
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    Nope you cant it is a dual entry valve needs a feed tube , best to just have a feed at either end
     
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    Thanks for that. Really appreciated. I will have the feed in one end and out connected to the other end.
     
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