This latest module, based on Drayton’s new auto-balancing TRV, discuses why it’s important to have a balanced heating system, what a balanced heating system looks like, how balancing is achieved and how to fit the new auto-balancing TRV. It also touches on the benefits of the new auto-balancing TRV for the installer as well as their customer.

Clare Stevens, Trade Marketing Manager at Drayton, said: “Our TRVs are extremely popular within the industry and the launch of our new auto-balancing TRV adds to this timeless product range. These TRVs have been designed to make the process of balancing super simple to help save installers time, and in turn, save their customers energy.

“To help installers make the most of our products, this training module will explain the importance of balancing – something that should be carried out as best-practice on every system –the range of products and how to fit and commission them, including how they work with Wiser Radiator Thermostats.”

Designed specifically for the UK residential market, Drayton’s new Auto-balancing TRVs look almost identical to the TRV4 and RT414. This new auto-balancing valve will fit directly onto standard pipe sizes without having to change a thing, and are suitable for retrofitting if Drayton TRVs are already in-situ.

The 9º Know How online training academy is just one of many benefits of being a 9° Network member. Other perks include access to the discounted Drayton shop for limited special offers, five year extended warranties, as well as listings on both the Drayton and Wiser consumer websites. Featuring on the ‘Find an installer’ section on both these websites will help generate leads to grow the installer's business, the company says.

Further training modules covering the full range of Drayton heating control products will continue to be added to 9º Know How platform.

To register as a member of the Drayton 9º Network and gain access to the online training academy, visit Alternatively, installers can get involved in the training discussion by joining The Drayton Community Facebook group