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Onyx Leonidas Oxidised Aluminium Horizontal Designer Radiator  600mm x 817mm

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Onyx Leonidas Oxidised Aluminium Horizontal Designer Radiator 600mm x 817mm

Onyx
Product Code: LEN-60835OX

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Additional Information

Guarantee Length 25 Years
Heat Output BTU (Delta T60) 6272
Heat Output Watts (Delta T60) 1838
Radiator Colour Oxidised Aluminium
Radiator Finish Oxidised Aluminium
Radiator Fuel Type Central Heating
Radiator Height 600mm
Radiator Pipe Centres 783mm
Radiator Projection 90mm
Radiator Size 600mm x 817mm
Radiator Wall To Pipe Centres 55mm
Radiator Width 817mm
Material Aluminium
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Choosing the right accessories for your new Radiator or Towel Rail

Valves Explained

The type of valves that you need will depend on the configuration of your pipework.

If the towel rail / radiator has connections at the bottom:

You will need either angled or straight valves. Angled if your pipes are coming from the wall as this will provide a 90 degree angle up into the bottom of the towel rail / radiator, straight if your pipes are coming from the floor and just need to go straight up into the bottom of the towel rail / radiator.

If the towel rail / radiator has connections at the sides:

You will need either angled or corner valves, angled if your pipes are coming from the floor as this will provide a 90 degree angle into the side of the radiator. Corner Valves if your pipes are coming from the wall this will also give a 90 degree angle into the side of the radiator however is the neatest solution with this type of configuration.



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