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Kudox Premium Radiators - up to 40% off @Screwfix £13.99

£13.99 @ Screwfix
Kudox Premium Radiators from screwfix with some good reviews. Read More
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Kudox Premium Radiators from screwfix with some good reviews.
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7 Likes #1
Hot, especially when you turn the thermostatic valve to the top setting. :p
1 Like #2
Decent radiators at plumb centre and sign up as new customer for extra 20% off , were cheaper than screwfix for ones I wanted
1 Like #3
deanos
Decent radiators at plumb centre and sign up as new customer for extra 20% off , were cheaper than screwfix for ones I wanted

Probably. I had a quick look on one of the compact double panel convector radiator white (http://www.screwfix.com/p/kudox-premium-double-panel-plus-compact-convector-radiator-white-300-x-800mm/42755) which is of £19.99 after 38% discount, but can't see this cheap for the similar one at Plumb center even after the discount.
This may not be true for any other radiator types.


Edited By: AJ` on Dec 09, 2016 21:04: Plumb Center
1 Like #4
just brought 10 of these i was sent a 20% off voucher to, good radiators for the money, valves also cheap
1 Like #5
Heat for the flamedeer!
#6
GREAT PRICES
#7
Screwfix also got a designer towel radiator, KUDOX ALCALA DESIGNER TOWEL RADIATOR CHROME 900 X 450MM for 53% off for £59.99(from £129.99) but is going to expire at midnight.
http://www.screwfix.com/p/kudox-alcala-designer-towel-radiator-chrome-900-x-450mm-788btu/28296?cm_sp=homepage-_-promo-_-dotd28296








Edited By: AJ` on Dec 09, 2016 23:34
#8
Thinking of increasing doubles, anyone know how you can tell how much your boiler can manage? Thanks
#9
bought a few recently from here and they are very good radiators. Quite thick radiators I think...although not sure if this is standard for all doubles.
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OrangeAgent
Thinking of increasing doubles, anyone know how you can tell how much your boiler can manage? Thanks


Hi, if you have a combi boiler then you can add as many as you want.
#11
adam4007
OrangeAgent
Thinking of increasing doubles, anyone know how you can tell how much your boiler can manage? Thanks
Hi, if you have a combi boiler then you can add as many as you want.
Not quite true. The boiler and the radiators will both have a kW or BTU rating, and you can add as many radiators as long as the total kW or BTU of the radiators is less than that of the boiler. You can physically add more, but the boiler will not be able to run them all at the same time to their full capacity. (You may be able to get round this a little by zoning the radiators and using timed thermostats on each zone for example.)

As for how much your boiler can manage, you may find the net heat output on the boiler, in the user manual if you have it, or by looking up the model number on the internet. Then find some similar sized radiators to your existing ones in Screwfix for example, add up the total heat rating in kW or BTU, and you will have some idea of the spare capacity left in the boiler. (This is somewhat simplified, but should give you a basic idea.)
#12
Bought 10 of these as I'm having my boiler replaced on Monday I figured why not replace the 20 year old rads too.

All came in great condition except one that was damaged, Screwfix sending replacement and don't want the old one. Taking the old rads to the metal scrap yard too to cash in on the scrap value (I think i'll get about £20-£30) very impressed.. bought the type 22 (double panel double convector) heats up much faster than my old ones and gives off more heat.
#13
Beware these rust like hell in wet areas......make sure u wipe them down if they are right next to a sink which is prone to splashes. And yes i use anti rust preserver in my sysyem too.
#14
Pity they won't deliver the sizes I require.wont deliver any large sized rads to Northern Ireland.
#15
I've currently got old single type in small three bedroom terraced house and wondering if the type 11 would suitable. Also is there a such thing as a extension as the newer ones seem to be roughly 50mm shorter thanks

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