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Phoenix Flavia Pre-Filled Electric Towel Radiator 1500mm x 500mm.

flavia pre-filled electric

£128.00

Phoenix Flavia Pre-Filled Electric Towel Radiator 1500mm x 500mm.

Free local delivery

Product Description

Phoenix Flavia Pre-Filled Electric Towel Radiator 1500mm x 500mm.

Features

  • Modern style.
  • Matching valves available.
  • Chrome
  • Flavia Pre-Filled Electric.

Size:

  • Height 1200mm.
  • Width 500mm.
  • 600watts.

 

flavia pre filled electric

Phoenix Flavia Pre-Filled Electric Towel Radiator 1500mm x 500mm.

 

Twenty-first century radiators are increasingly inventive in style, colour and form, but it is important not to lose sight of their purpose: to heat your home. Calculating the heat output – measured in British Thermal Units per hour (BTU/h) – required within each room is the primary priority.

Location will also have a bearing on your choice. Radiators should be placed in the coldest part of the room, usually below or adjacent to a window and/or on an outside wall — as cold air pushes heat around the room. Radiators are typically between 300-700mm high and 500- 3,000mm in length. As a general rule, the larger the size, the greater the heat output. If, however, you’re stuck for space or simply prefer to be without radiators, skirting heating is a discreet, space-saving alternative.

Don’t forget, heated towel rails are a necessity in the modern bathroom. There are two main types: those which simply warm your towels, and those which act as radiators, too, keeping your entire bathroom cosy. Mirror radiators are another functional option.

Lightweight and only requiring a low water volume, aluminium radiators can be mounted on most walls. The material is also quick to heat up — but loses heat rapidly once switched off.

Cast iron is a traditional choice, particularly when specified for column radiators. Unlike aluminium, this material takes its time to warm up, but will hold onto heat long after being turned off. It is also a heavyweight option, so ensure your floor/wall is structurally sound. Among the more unusual but emerging options are stone and glass — which is not only energy efficient, but also gives scope for decorative artwork. Also give thought to the finish. Glossy surfaces are popular but, while they look radiant, they do not emit as much heat as matt finishes.

Cast iron is a traditional choice, particularly when specified for column radiators. Unlike aluminium, this material takes its time to warm up, but will hold onto heat long after being turned off. It is also a heavyweight option, so ensure your floor/wall is structurally sound. Among the more unusual but emerging options are stone and glass — which is not only energy efficient, but also gives scope for decorative artwork. Also give thought to the finish. Glossy surfaces are popular but, while they look radiant, they do not emit as much heat as matt finishes.

Additional Information

Brand

Phoenix