Radiator manufacturer Stelrad Radiators has announced the addition of a new Heavy Duty Deco radiator to its Heavy Duty radiator family.
It joins the Heavy Duty Planar which has seen major success since it was launched two years ago. This new addition is a response to customer demand and will provide additional choice to the commercial marketplace providing a designer option, as the fascia of the Deco feature’s attractive horizontal lines.
This robust version of the popular Deco design comes with a 3.2mm combined thickness tough outer steel fascia to provide additional protection where the radiator is used in an environment where contact is likely and there is a need to take knocks in its stride. It’s a high-end specification product built to withstand high impact, yet it retains its high heat output whilst remaining price competitive. For installers, piping connections are exactly the same as the Stelrad Compact radiator. And now the product and packaging are both recyclable.
The new range consists of radiators in two heights – 450mm and 600mm, and in K1 and K2 formats and all available in lengths between 400mm and 2000mm – a range of 36 radiators to add to the already comprehensive selection Stelrad offers. Heat outputs at 50?t range from 915 Btu/h right up to 10,928 Btu/h for the largest model in the range.
“This is an exciting addition to the Heavy Duty range and we’re anticipating a similar level of success to that we’ve achieved with the Heavy Duty Planar,” says Stelrad’s head of marketing Chris Harvey. “There is a real market out there for more robust radiators that can withstand bumps and bruises! The first Heavy Duty option we supplied was to meet the demanding environment of a mail sorting office with its trolleys and trailers, but since then we have seen these radiators specified for public buildings, schools, hospitals, care homes and a wide range of industrial premises – proving that there’s a place for radiators in most working environments.”
Full details of the Stelrad Radiator range can be found at www.stelrad.com. You can call for brochures and information on 0844 543 6200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can also see regular updates from Stelrad on Twitter @Stelrad and Facebook @StelradRadiators.
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