The Reina Odin Vertical Radiator is a luxurious model from the Odin collection of Radiators from Reina Design, one of the market-leaders in designer heating. Complete with vertically-aligned tubes in a finned style, this Odin vertical radiator will create an eye-catching centrepiece in any room of a modern home. This Odin Radiator is usually available from UK stock and represents exceptional value-for-money; complete with a comprehensive warranty for total peace of mind.
- Beautiful Design
- Suitable for any room
- High Quality standard
- Constructed from Stainless Steel
- Elegant and contemporary in appearance
- Height: 1800mm
- Width: 230mm
- Tube Quantity: 8
- BTUs: 3325
- Watts: 975
- Fuel Type: Central Heating
- Pipe Centres: 230mm
- Wall to Pipe Centre: 50-65mm
- Wall Distance: 85-100mm
- Finish: Satin Stainless Steel
- Guarantee: 25 Years
During the past 5 years heating has fast become more exciting and innovative for our homes. It is no longer the just the playground for professional designers. More and more people strive to achieve individuality and style to suit their homes and life style, whether it be a contemporary look or more classical period look, Reina designer radiators will appeal to all styles. The contemporary radiators create the perfect focus point to suit rooms of the most diverse styles. The concept of Towel Radiators is defined in their refined and luminous qualities. The sleek lines and lightness naturally creates the appearance of space in small spaces, thus enhancing the size of a room. The classical period radiators create an appearance of luxury and grandeur and can create an exquisite centre piece. Quality and style is essential in today's challenging and sophisticated market. At Reina Radiators we never stop searching for new and innovative ways to achieve this. All our radiators come with a guarantee giving our customers peace of mind. Enjoy Your Journey of Fantasy & Style. They are 100 % Stainless Steel, satin or polished mirror, handmade finished and work in all systems.
PLACEMENT OF RADIATORS
It is always advised that radiators should be situated in the coldest part of the room. In older homes, windows provide a cold convection of air that can greatly influence the temperature of the room – counteract this by placing a radiator beneath the window. Modern homes offer greater levels of insulation and airtight seals, therefore positioning is less important. It’s always beneficial to look for unused wall space such as chimney breasts and tight corners where tall thin radiators can provide additional heat without taking up extra room.
Tip: Make sure pipe work is planned in advance to avoid any mistakes.
Guide: Choosing Valves
Manual valves are adjusted by hand; they will allow a constant flow of water through your radiator regardless of the room temperature. Radiators will only turn off when the main thermostat reaches its set point, or the programmer turns the heating off. Systems may have at least two manual valves included, acting as a bypass for the system (usually a towel rail) and one in the same area as the main thermostat so they do not conflict with each other.
Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs)
Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs) monitor the ambient room temperature with a built in thermostat. They usually have between 4 and 6 set levels, which you can select and the valve then opens and closes automatically to reach and maintain the desired level. If one room reaches the set temperature, the radiator will effectively turn off whilst others continue to operate. TRVs can help maximize the efficiency of your system reducing energy consumption. They are now a requirement as part of building regulations relating to new builds and refurbishments.
|Guarantee Length||25 Years|
|Heat Output BTU||3325 BTU's|
|Heat Output Watts||975 Watts|
|Finish||Satin Stainless Steel|
|Single or Double Panel||Single Panel|
|Dual Fuel Available||No|
|Wall mounted or floor standing||Wall Mounted|
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