Rated 5 out of
I have had this radiator working for one year so far. I have the 4019 BTU model, note this has eight vertical slats not six that are shown in the photos.
I chose this vertical radiator because its looks contemporary, is low-profile, stylish, slim and as an interesting feature in my hall instead of the customary and dull horizontal steel panel radiator.
I have had chrome valves fitted with the pipes entering invisibly from the wall behind so it looks just like the room photo in the Screwfix pictures.
My radiator has excellent heat output; the correct BTU radiator must be established first.
Was fitted by a qualified and competent heating engineer in a carefully selected position with the brackets supplied, with chrome valves and no pipes visible it looks really good.
I would certainly buy another one.
Date published: 2015-04-30
Rated 3 out of
poorly designed radiator
I was expecting to feed the pipes to this radiator behind it but the header tanks are so wide that they touch the wall. Also the mounting brackets are too short such that the radiator has to be bent to get it to fit or the brackets spaced from the wall. Running your hand up the surface of the radiator, you can feel the distortion.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 4 out of
Needs more floor clearance
Sleek, slimline appearance and finish seems good. The flow and return connections are in the bottom of the rad rather than the sides so you may need more clearance from the floor. I found that the valve connections fouled the skirting board.
Also there was a typo in the fitting instructions - the centre lines of the brackets are set 83.33mm in from the sides not 88.33mm as printed - means that the brackets would be 10mm closer together than they should be (in any case I think you could ignore the 0.33 of a mm :-).
Date published: 2013-11-30
Rated 5 out of
Excellent profile radiator
At door height and very thin this door is ideal for fitting in that odd little space rather than occupying the valuable wall space that we normally see.
Date published: 2013-11-18
Is there enough clearance behind for external pipes?
No, as there manufactured from the pipe up due the baffle and the header.
Date published: 2017-03-03
What thermostatic valves do I use with this radiator ?
What are the pipe centres of this radiator?
The pipe centres of this radiator are 20mm less than the total length of the radiator on each side. Total pipe centre dimensions for this product is 465.
Date published: 2017-01-19
What valves can you use on these
measuring radiator size
the distance between my pipes centre is 1020mm waht size radiator do i need.
The closest would be a 1000mm long radiator which has centre to centre connections which equate to 995mm.
Date published: 2017-01-29
|Construction Material (Plumbing)
|Height x Width
||1800 x 505
||10 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
|No. Of Sections
|Pieces in Pack/Case
|Power Output (Watts/Kw)
|Radiator Height Band
||1800mm or Greater
|Radiator Width Band
||Suitable for Central Heating
|Total Product Weight
Depth: 8mm. Wall to centre: 38mm. Pressure tested to 7bar. Max. working pressure 5.38bar. Max. working temperature of 90°C. Heat outputs calculated at delta_T50K. EN 442.
Radiator, mounting kit and bleed plugs.
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