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Column radiators meet functional and aesthetic standards alike, the optimum position for a radiator is under a window, so that the warm air can mix with the colder incoming air. Approved Trader can help you locate tradesmen local to you able to install column radiators around your home. When looking at what column radiator to install there are numerous designs, tailored to the various localities, available in many different colours and materials, the diversity in the design is limitless, Approved Trader can help you find the perfect radiator design for your property.
Designer Radiators: modern & technically demanding
A skilful combination of technology, indoor climate control and aesthetics help unify the functionally needed from a heating system with the appearance concerns of interior design. Column radiators are installed on the wall and can be placed anywhere in the room, you have a variety of surfaces available to choose from including the classic white, but there is also other colours available, including metallic radiators with silver or gold appearance, chrome-plated or stainless steel: making it suitable for for every style of living area. Modern column radiators offer a very good thermal conductivity with a long life. Not only the living room can shine with an attractive model, but also the bathroom, bedroom as well as your conservatory can be enhanced with an attractive radiator.
How do I calculate the correct heating power for my needs?
The heat output - also called heat load - describes the performance that is required to bring a living room on a standard internal temperature of 20 ° Celsius. And even in winter at -10 ° C, taking into account transmission and ventilation heat losses and the related re-heating power. The calculation of these variables in accordance with EN 12831 and is usually performed by architects or heating engineers. But there are also experience in which one can orient oneself to determine the heat output and the annual consumption itself.
A room in the new building or the insulated old buildings requires a heat output of 100 watts per square meter. In an uninsulated old building 150 watts of heat per square meter are necessary in a room with a pitched roof is stripped off 20 percent of the result, and in bathrooms expects you to 10 percent. Who wants to calculate the performance of a heating body, can look at the following sample calculation for a living room in an old building with 25 square meters: