Frequently Asked Questions

Specifications and Dimensions

Specification | Technical

Dezincification resistant materials should be specified in aggressive water areas, or where water softeners are installed. Please ask for an individual quotation.
Compliance with current I.E.E wiring regulations and BS7671 is essential when fitting electrically operated towel rails in bathrooms. If in doubt consult a qualified electrician.
Manufacturer’s notes do not override legal obligations.
All rails are pressure tested up to 110 p.s.i air immersed in water.
All models are fitted with 2 x ½” BSP connections.
A manual bleed air vent is fitted to all hot water/dual fuel models

What do the different dimensions mean?
Specification | Dimension Guide

Clicking on the Specifications tab displays the product specifications on the right of the page. You can return to viewing and changing the product options at any time by clicking the Options link above this box. Use these specifications, along with the product description, as a guide to ensuring that you are buying the right heating product for your home.
The below information is given as a guide only and can be affected by type and style of valve used.

Guide to the various dimension jargon we use to detail our radiators and towel rails, all measurements given are nominal dimensions only:

Centre to Centre – Distance from the centre of one vertical tube to the other

Tapping Centres – Distance from the tapping connector on one leg to the other

Valve Pipe Centres – Centre of Inlet valve pipe to centre of outlet valve pipe

Wall to Centre Tapping – Distance from the wall to the centre of the inlet/outlet valve pipe

Floor to Centre Tapping – Distance from the floor to the centre of the inlet/outlet valve pipe

Overall Projection – Distance from the wall to furthest projected component on the product

Tube Size – Size of the piping used on the product