Henrad Type 21 Double Panel Radiator 450x900mm
£124.51 (Inc. VAT)
Great heat output with a double panel radiator
Double panel convector radiators, otherwise known as Type 21, benefit from a single convector that has been sandwiched between two single panels. The convector is only fitted to one of the panels and they are a bit thicker than a standard, single panel radiator but they do provide a much higher heat output. Due to their size their ideal for heating small to medium sized bedrooms.
Includes pre-fitted side panels and a top grill
You'll easily be able to conceal the internals of the radiator with the factory fitted top grills and side panels. They provide an elegant finish to the radiator but without hindering any of the heat output that you receive from it.
Easy to install fixing brackets
Also included with the radiators are the heavy-duty L shaped fixing brackets which bolt directly to the wall and course the airvent, blind plugs, screws and screw caps. The brackets fit directly to your wall and the radiators simply hang on them using the holders pre-fitted to the back of them.
Standard UK plumbing connections
You'll be pleased to hear that this radiator comes with standard G1/2 inch connection threads so getting them installed in your home will be extremely easy.
BS EN 442 Conformity
We pride ourselves on the quality of our products which is why they always meet the highest standards of safety. These radiators conform with BS EN 442 which is the European standard for radiators.
Use an inhibitor during installation
We would always recommend using an inhibitor when installing any new radiator. An inhibitor helps to protect your central heating system from limescale and corrosion and is best used after your system has been flushed and cleaned. One will be recommended when you add the radiator to the basket.
10 year guarantee as standard
When buying products for your home you need to know that they’re going to stand the test of time. This is why this product comes with a fantastic 10 year guarantee against any manufacturing defects should the worst happen and the product is not up to standard.