Old Style Vertical 2 Column Radiator 1800mm high x 339mm wide - 33 x Bespoke Colours
This listing allows you to choose from the 33 bespoke, custom colours, textures and finishes. Unless a specific colour is on sale, all finishes are the same price. The LOWEST price finishes are in stock and ready for dispatch. If your chosen finish is not in stock, it will take 5 to 6 weeks to be bespoke manufactured just for you!
The photograph in the centre is the same radiator in Matt Textured Medium Grey.
Specialist courier DELIVERY IS INCLUDED in the prices you see on screen to all of the UK (excluding Highlands & Islands and Northern Ireland). VAT IS ALSO INCLUDED. There are NO HIDDEN COSTS AT CHECKOUT. For orders over £500, our spend more to save more discount will automatically be applied to your basket, potentially saving you upto £300. The discount even applies to products on sale!
If you do not see the size or column depth you are looking for, just telephone us on 01204 695387 and we will manufacture the height, width and depth that you require........in the finish of your choosing!
This listing is for the traditional TWO column deep, old style designer radiator 1800mm high x 339mm wide. All finishes have the same heat output of 3,752 Btu.
With TWO contemporary smooth columns that create an elegant look in any room, whether it be your hallway, bedroom, living room or kitchen.
Traditional cast iron and steel column radiators have been classic features of our heating systems for many years. They have numerous configurations available because of the vast number of colours, shapes and sizes available. They have tall radiators for mounting vertically as well as low level or horizontal versions. So, if space saving is what you're looking for or a large, high heat designer radiator there is plenty of choice within this range.
These old style designer radiators have stunning rounded shoulders and tubular columns. This provides the range with a modern day look compared to the traditional Victorian blade style shoulders. Thanks to this faint, smoothing of the design, the range provides a beautiful blend of old and new for almost any setting. No matter what period of styling you choose, this old style suits all interior design themes including Victorian, Retro, Classic, Contemporary, Modern and more.
Once you have chosen the height and width, you then need to decide the depth of your old style radiator. This is worth considering as the appearance of the radiator will change along with the overall output and the radiators projection from the wall. Below are the overall projection depth measurements by column quantity.
two columns deep, 95 mm
three columns deep, 130 mm
four columns deep, 165 mm
five columns deep, 200 mm
six columns deep, 240 mm
The choice of colour and finishes is considerable in the old style range. The most popular finishes and colours are often stocked and available next day. If you are looking for something outside of our normal stock range regarding texture, colour or size please get in touch.
This range is made at our manufacturers state of the art facility near Venice in Italy. Welded by high-tech robotic lasers, the finished steel then has a powder coat applied in the specialist painting facility. The old style range is made from mild steel and not cast iron. Mild steel heats faster than cast iron, is lighter and is a cheaper alternative to cast iron.
Although lighter than cast iron, steel column radiators still obtain a lot of weight when they are filled with water. especially if it is a particularly large model. Every designer radiator has standard wall mounting brackets included, which are very strong. However, if you know you have weak or plasterboard walls we strongly suggest you order some plaster board plugs from our accessories section. For sizeable models, specifically wide horizontal radiators you should consider ordering your radiator with welded feet for additional support.
All designer radiators in this range are supplied with an internal diverter which forces the water up and over inside the product. This aids water flow and ensures heat is distributed correctly. It is crucial that the diverter is installed to ensure optimum performance.
|Fuel Type||Central Heating|
|Inlet Location: Side Or Underside||Side|
|Pipes Through Wall||Recommended to use Flat Fronted Valves|
|Pipes Through Floor||Recommended to use Angled Valves|
|Depth wall to front (mm)||90|
|Wall to centre of inlet (mm)||61|
|Pipe Centres (mm)||339 plus valve widths|
|Core Material||Mild Steel|