Home Heating radiators are amongst the world’s finest hot water heat emitters in the World. They are made from high grade aluminium and finished in a beautiful white powder coating. An array of designer colours are available. They are suitable for almost any application – traditional, modern, or futuristic. A Home Heating radiator will require only half the wall space of a steel panel unit to deliver the same amount of heat.

Home Heating radiators consist of individual sections joined together to form complete heat emitting assemblies. This means that they can be tailored to meet a room’s specific requirements from both a heating and aesthetic point of view.

About our Radiators

Aluminium radiators have been in use throughout Europe and the world for many years and they enjoy a reputation for elegance, efficiency, practicality and reliability. They are suitable for domestic applications and more demanding situations such as offices, hospitals and schools.

Radiators can be made of steel, cast iron or aluminium. Aluminium is the fastest conductor of heat (and cast iron the slowest). Because of this, aluminium has the advantage over its rivals as the best form of heating when a fast response is required. Home Heating radiators consist of individual sections joined together to form complete heat emitting assemblies. This means that they can be tailored to meet a room’s specific requirements from both a heating and aesthetics perspective. Radiators are made to operate as part of a closed-loop, pumped hot water heating system. The radiators heat by circulating hot water from a boiler through the hollow, flat tubes. The water may be heated by different heat sources like Solar, Gas or electricity. Radiators are ideal for placement under windows or on walls where floor space is at a premium. When placed under windows, wall panels help eliminate cold spots and drafts, while allowing curtains to hang.

Benefits

Economical: Their short warm up time, and equally quick cool down time, ensures that heating is not wasted.

Comfortable Warmth: Because of their fast conduction properties, radiators respond quickly to changes in room temperature, giving even, and consistent warmth.

Easy Installation: Radiators are light to handle and is easy to install.

Less space: Because of their efficiency, construction and materials, radiators tend to be smaller in size than other heaters that give the same output.

Looks Great: Radiator heaters looks great!

Radiators can be fitted with standard or thermostatic valves, and used within any normal indirect hot water central heating system. Should a change of specification at a later date dictate an increase or decrease in heat output, sections can be added or removed after installation has been completed.