If you need a powerful designer radiator
It is obvious that heat output is the one of the most important factors when purchasing a new radiator. If we want to heat not only an average size room, but also a relatively bigger one or a whole studio flat, we need a powerful radiator. Today it is not a problem at all, because there are several designer radiators – both tubular and flat panel radiators – which are capable of meeting any heating requirements. These modern radiators can provide output up to about 10,000 Watts.
Heat output requirements depend on lots of factors, for example sizes, room types (living room, bedroom, bathroom etc.) and windows (single or double glazed). That is why it is the best if your plumber or heating engineer carries out the required calculations.
Let's look at some high output radiators which look amazing at the same time:
Due to the huge range of sizes, the Agatha, the Carlos, the Cascade, the Marimba and the Max tubular radiators offer versatility and flexibility in homes. Their double row variations can provide output of 3800-6400 Watts.
The Alaska and the Essy column radiators are also available in particularly wide range of sizes. It is especially remarkable that you can select these coloured radiators in 5 depths (namely 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 column variations) which guarantee an amazing selection of output, ranging from 30 Watts to 5000 Watts.
The most powerful flat panel radiator is the Beverly with its output up to 9663 Watts. The other flat panel radiators – for example the Betty and the Forum design radiators – can provide output up to about 3500-5000 Watts. The booster models of some stone radiators – for example the Mystic African, the Mystic Greek and the Ambiente – have the same output.