Modern flat panel design
Tested to EN442 standard
Pipe centres: 462mm
950 x 500mm - 1194 BTU
1300 x 500mm - 1719 BTU
Valves not included
The benefit of this type of installation is that it is economical to run when the central heating is on. Suitable for use with indirect central heating systems (your plumber/installer will be able to advice the type of system you have). The radiator is fitted to your central heating system and works alongside your existing radiators.
The benefit of this type of installation is that it is the radiator can be installed almost anywhere and does not require any pipework. It has the added versatility of being able to be turned on and off whenever required, regardless whether the rest of your central heating is on. An electrical element kit with fused spur is required and wired to your electricity supply. The electrical element is screwed directly into the radiator and heats the water.
The best of worlds! This type of installation is plumbed with indirect central heating systems and or your electrical supply. The guarantees the low cost of a central heating system during the winter whitest ensuring the versatility of being switched on and off independently during the summer months.
Central Heating, Electric or Both - The Choice is Yours!