Slim radiators gaining popularity
A vertical radiator can be the most optimal heating solution for a number of reasons. Firstly, it is ideal in high ceilinged homes as they utilise the height of the room, bathroom and kitchen, and they also save space. Secondly, a slim and tall vertical radiator is also highly suitable for areas where space is at a premium, because it allows you to increase the space available without compromising on the quality and the efficiency of the heating.
Fortunately, most designer radiator models are available both in horizontal and vertical versions, while many radiators are only manufactured in a vertical version (see the Marimba V and the Micro CH designer room radiators in the pictures above). Moreover, vertical radiators are offered in a wide range, their heights ranging up to 2500 mm. Among them, the Agatha, the April, the Carlos, the Everest V and the Paul tubular radiators as well as the Delta and the Forum V flat panel radiators are available in particularly numerous size variations (see the Carlos and the Forum Bath coloured radiators in the pictures below). The Forum V is the one of the narrowest radiators, with a minimal width of 70 mm.
Due to the wide range of sizes, vertical radiators are capable of meeting any heating requirements, because they can provide output up to 4430 Watts, like the Essy steel radiator in the picture below. Additionally, they are also available in a double row version and in several versions for different heating types.
Vertical radiators come in a wide variety of styles, qualities and types, such as luxury room radiators, luxury bathroom radiators, room and bathroom radiators (see the Rex in the picture below), stone radiators, stainless steel radiators and electric radiators. Therefore, you can choose the right one for any room of your house.
All in all, these days buying a practical and fashionable vertical radiator for limited spaces is not a problem anymore.