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The Pisa Anthracite provides a mixture of contemporary style with high heat output practicality. A range of width sizes are available when wall space is limited. The 25mm diameter of the bar is directly linked to heat output so the larger the bar, the higher the holding capacity of the towel rail, giving greater heat output.
- H1600 x W400 x D47mm
- High heat output achieved by using 25mm bars.
- Can be used on central heating or Dual Fuel systems.
- Wide range of sizes to cater for all spaces.
- An even higher heat output can be achieved via painted or powder coated models.
- Steel radiator finished in epoxy powder coating – Anthracite.
- Supplied with all fixtures and fittings.
- All components use British standard fittings.
- Tested to BS EN 442 standards.
- Suitable for any central heating systems
- Safety tested at 13 bar pressure. Normal household pressure is well under 5 bar.
- Maximum working temperature of 110°C.
- Valves not included
- Warranty - 10 Years
Once you've decided on a new bathroom radiator, you'll also need to pick up some radiator valves/electrical element separately to go with it depending on your fuel type. Compatible valves are recommended with the radiator on the product page.
How much heat will I need?
All radiators have a BTU rating, which essentially tells you how much heat they can generate. But how do you know how many BTUs you'll need to effectively heat your room? Easy! Simply click here to use our BTU calculator and find out in seconds.
What is a BTU?
BTU stands for British Thermal Units and represents the level of heat a radiator provides. The required BTU level to heat your room will influence the size of your radiators. Fortunately, we offer numerous options in all shapes, styles and sizes for you to find one that's right for you.
How is it calculated?
This figure is calculated by taking into consideration the dimensions of your room (width, length, height) and the type of windows (such as single or double glazing). You can either use one radiator to reach the total BTU level required, or a number of radiators which reaches the required BTU level when added together - let's get to it!
Why do I need to work out my BTU?
It's important that you get to grips with what BTU you will need in your room as you want to achieve the goldilocks effect – not hot, not cold but just right! If you're overheating your room, you'll probably see your bills increase too. It definitely helps to consider the space that you have before making a final decision.
If you are still unsure of how much heat you may need please use our BTU Calculator below.
Click here to calculate.
Please select your desired room:
Please select the correct measurement type, and input the height, width and length.
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