Albion Valves (UK) Limited are delighted to bring their new H-Block unit - the EasyLink - to the market.

Easylinnk with strainer

Perfect for direct mounting to terminal units, our EasyLink range offers flow rates from 0.008l/s to 1.003l/s. Our EasyLinks are available with 40mm and 80mm centres, in left or right-handed configurations, and with a whole host of different combinations to choose from!

Whether you need a PICV, a FODRV, an additional metering station, a strainer or even a 4-port on your H-Block, the possibilities are endless with EasyLink. Albion’s 0-10V modulating actuator (ART C23E) can also be added to the PICV for proportional control. You can view a small selection of our EasyLink offering here, but should you require a different combination, please contact our Sales Office at

Many of the configurations are ex-stock and available for next-day delivery. Other bespoke combinations are subject to a short lead time.

Utilising the EasyLink unit will minimise installation and commissioning costs while allowing easy flushing and coil isolation. What’s more, the 40mm centre option means it is the perfect choice for installations with limited space and it has been designed to fit directly over a standard drip tray. 

As with our whole range of products, this range is supported by our product-supporting services. These include our Projects and Warehouse Teams assisting with:

  • Sizing valves
  • Reviewing schedules and creating Technical Submittals, Bill of Materials and timely quotes. 
  • Individually tagging each valve with flow rate information and the fan coil reference. 
  • Packaging the EasyLinks in pairs (one heating, one cooling) with useful box labels for ease on site. 

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