Simple, flat radiator with densely packed tubes. Interesting and practical design. Available in three widths, seven heights, and in a wide array of RAL colours and our structural colours.
Prices for radiators in colours other than white are 40% higher than the catalogue prices.
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Bottom connection radiator
Color other than white - surcharge to the basic price -40%
Bottom connection radiator V 50 mm
Water and electric power radiator
Electrically powered radiator
Thermostatic valves are not delivered with the radiator..
"Standard Mini" kit
Set of valves "Swing"
Vision" thermostatic set
The accessories presented below are not included with the radiator and are separate products that can increase the functionality and possibilities of practical use of the radiator.
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Steel/copper plain tube radiators
Steel/copper plain and system tube radiators are designed to heat bathrooms, sanitary facilities, drying rooms.
Acceptable operating parameters:
- max. water pressure: 1.0 MPa
- max. water temperature: 95 °C
These radiators may be used in low–temperature open water heating systems conforming to requirements of the PN-091/B-02413 standard or in closed systems conforming to requirements of the PN-091/B-02414 standard, where materials coming into contact with water and the water quality meet the requirements of the PN-93/C-04607 standard.
Steel radiators are intended exclusively for use within a central heating system.
The radiators should be installed in rooms with no contact with corrosive environments.
The radiators are fitted with four 1.5” diameter connection fittings. Each radiator is equipped with a cap, vent hole, and a set of fixings. Radiators should be located within rooms in accordance with the central heating system layout. We recommend installing the radiator as low as possible to ensure its functionality as a dryer but in any case not lower than 100 mm from the floor.
There are no special requirements for radiators with standard coating (powder–coated). Radiators must not be cleaned with cleaning pastes, abrasives, etc. Special caution must be exercised when cleaning coatings plated with patina or brass due to a layer of protective lacquer on top of them preventing brass from oxidation.
We recommend using water and mild detergents.
It is absolutely forbidden to use aggressive liquids intended for cleaning sanitary facilities, petrol, solvents, etc.