In Panel Radiators, the tube carrying the hot water is surrounded by convector fins, which add a considerable boost to the heat output of the radiator whilst allowing it to maintain its slim, flat form. This makes panel radiators ideal for rooms where space is at a premium. Flat Panel Radiators are sleek, minimalist, and provide excellent levels of heat. They are available in single or double panel variations so you can choose the perfect size to heat your room. We offer horizontal and vertical designs in a fantastic selection of finishes so whether you want modern anthracite or minimalist white, you'll find what you need.
Height - 600mm / 1600mm / 1800mm. Type - Double / Single.Wall to surface - 66mm(Single Panel) / 92mm(Double Panel). Colour/Finish - Gloss White / Anthracite. Material - 1.6mm Durable steel. Compatible for use on all UK heating systems. Manufactured in accordance with BS EN 442.
Rectangular tubes provide exceptional heat outputs. We recommend pipework is not installed until receipt of radiator or heated towel rail Please note - Images are for illustrative purposes only. Q: What is a BTU and How Much Do I Need? A: BTU is the measure of heat output.The higher the BTU, the hotter your radiator can get. Watts are the same, except they refer to electric radiators. Q: How do I calculate my BTU? You need to figure out the VOLUME of your room. Not just the size of the floor, but also the height of the room needs to be taken into consideration in order to calculate how much heat output you'll need to keep it warm Use the following formula: Length of room (m) x Width of room (m) x Height of room (m) And, hey presto, you've got the volume of your room!
Now, all you need to do is figure out the amount of heat (in BTU's) your room will require to keep it warm. Use the following formula: Room volume (m3) x 153 3. Take into consider the individual circumstances of the room you wish to heat.
Do you have a high ceiling? Adjust your current number accordingly to take these factors into consideration. For example, if you have insulated solid walls, decrease the number you have by 10% or so, as you'll need less heat to keep your room warm.
And there you have it, your very own BTU calculator that will help you find your perfect radiator. Q: Will I need radiator valves? And What is the size of valves?
A: You'll need a pair of valves for every plumbed radiator in your home, as these are used to control the heat output. These need to be bought separately to the radiator. 15mm 1/2'' standard valves / thermostatic valves are suitable for all our radiators.Q: Where should I install my radiator? A: Spend some time looking at where you would like to hang your radiator. The type of wall will give you some clues as to the best size and style of radiator for your room. If the wall is constructed from solid masonry, brickwork or blockwork you will have the greatest choice of radiators. With the right fixings, larger radiators can be hung from strong solid walls.
If the wall is constructed from plasterboard with hollow space behind (a drywall or studwork wall), you'll need to identify where the studs run. A stud finder is a helpful tool that will find these with ease.The studs are the strongest part of your wall, and your radiator will need to be hung from these. Try and avoid installing your radiator behind big pieces of furniture, you'll stop the heat from travelling around the room. Don't forget to insulate if you're hanging it on an external wall, this can be done easily with a heat reflector. Q: What is the Pantone number of your White and Anthracite?
A: Anthracite:RAL 7016 / White: RAL 9016. Q: What is your referential data? We accept the following payments. Collection is available on Mon-Fri, 14:00-16:30.
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