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|Radiator Size (Height x Width)||Material||Radiator Colour||Radiator Finish||Ebay Fuel Type||Heat Output BTU (Delta T50)||Heat Output BTU (Delta T60)||Heat Output Watts (Delta T50)||Heat Output Watts (Delta T60)||Radiator Projection||Radiator Pipe Centres||Radiator Wall To Pipe Centres ||Weight (Kg)||Guarantee Length|
|1604mm x 500mm ||Steel||Anthracite ||C||3732||4778||1093||1400||50mm||26||5 Year|
Central Heating, Dual Fuel or Electric only - Explained!
Central Heating - A central heating Radiator or Towel Rail is heated using your central heating system. The most important part of this system - for your Radiator/Towel Rail - is the boiler, and you most likely have one in your kitchen or bathroom.
Electric Only - An Electric Only Radiator or Towel Rail is filled with a heat conducting liquid, this could be oil, or a water based. Working with your home's electricity supply, with the benefit of not needing to be plumbed into your central heating system, a Thermostatic or Non-Thermostatic element is attached to the Radiator or towel rail and this is what controls its heat. You will need to have these Radiators/Towel Rails installed by a qualified Electrician.
Dual Fuel - A Dual Fuel Radiator or Towel Rail is a combination of both the Central Heating and Electric Only versions. A Dual Fuel Radiator/Towel Rail is not filled with any liquid like the Electric Only, because it is made to be plumbed into your Central Heating System, which will be the source of its heat when the Central Heating System is turned on. When the Central Heating System of your house is turned off you can use an Electric Element (Thermostatic or Non-Thermostatic) to heat the Radiator/Towel Rail.