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Ultraheat Trojan Vertical Radiator 1760 x 390 x 60 mm only £99.99 at Costco
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Ultraheat Trojan Vertical Radiator 1760 x 390 x 60 mm only £99.99 at Costco

£99.99£23457%Costco Deals
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Posted 11th Feb

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Features
- Micro grain textured finish
- Fuel Options: Hot water, electric & dual fuel
- Max Working Pressure: 6 Bar
- Max Working Temperature: 95°C
- Heating System: Closed
- Warranty: 5 Year Manufacturer warranty
Please note: Valves are not included and need to be purchased separately.

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joeymcjoe11/02/2020 22:23

At 60 degrees it’s 6500 BTU !

I love when people are passionate about things that no one else understands
'ultraheat trojan' sounds like a condom
Surprised if this doesn't go 'hot' 🔥
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Ordered one at the weekend, delivery due tomorrow.
Good output for the price... be warned these can be very very heavy make sure of fixings..
Features:

Micro grain textured finish

Pipe Centres: 360mm

Wall to Pipe Centre: 45-60mm

Wall to Face: 85-100mm

Water Content: 11.4L

Fuel Options: Hot water, electric & dual fuel

Number of Pipes/Sections: 7

Max Working Pressure: 6 Bar

Max Working Temperature: 95°C

Heating System: Closed

Heat outputs T: 50C Watts: 1,512

Heat outputs T: 50C Kcal: 1300

Heat outputs T: 50C BTU: 5163

Warranty: 5 Year Manufacturer warranty
Surprised if this doesn't go 'hot' 🔥
Good BTU for the price!
ellie2711/02/2020 22:23

Good BTU for the price!


At 60 degrees it’s 6500 BTU !
joeymcjoe11/02/2020 22:23

At 60 degrees it’s 6500 BTU !

I love when people are passionate about things that no one else understands
'ultraheat trojan' sounds like a condom
Would this be any good in a bathroom?
looks good, it says theres three sources of fuel, I need electric but how do I choose the option for it to be electric fed?

It just has add to basket?
robot100011/02/2020 23:51

Would this be any good in a bathroom?


If you have a massive bathroom... the Trojan website says you can add towel hooks so it would probably work well.
joeymcjoe12/02/2020 06:29

If you have a massive bathroom... the Trojan website says you can add …If you have a massive bathroom... the Trojan website says you can add towel hooks so it would probably work well.


Not big, just gets very cold at night.

Although presumably i would need a TRV to stop it getting too hot during the day?
How much to purchase valves?
robot100012/02/2020 07:08

Not big, just gets very cold at night.Although presumably i would need a …Not big, just gets very cold at night.Although presumably i would need a TRV to stop it getting too hot during the day?


Sounds like a plan. I’m not installing till later in the year so not getting valves immediately. There are Matt black ones in stock at screwfix etc.
Anyone know if this takes straight or angled valves?
robot100012/02/2020 07:08

Not big, just gets very cold at night.Although presumably i would need a …Not big, just gets very cold at night.Although presumably i would need a TRV to stop it getting too hot during the day?



Most heating systems require a point of continuous flow, this is usually the bathroom radiator as it's the room that needs to be the warmest, so I wouldn't add a TRV unless there's one installed on your current bathroom radiator
3dluis12/02/2020 01:17

looks good, it says theres three sources of fuel, I need electric but how …looks good, it says theres three sources of fuel, I need electric but how do I choose the option for it to be electric fed?It just has add to basket?



You need to buy a separate electric heating element that screws into one of the uprights, Screwfix should have them in stock
Anyone else having trouble purchasing? It’s saying exceeded quantity for this purchase????
Me too, getting exceeded quantity message?
robot100012/02/2020 08:32

Could be OOS


Reckon you're right, gutted. I'll check throughout the day.
great deal!
Chickenhawk7212/02/2020 08:03

You need to buy a separate electric heating element that screws into one …You need to buy a separate electric heating element that screws into one of the uprights, Screwfix should have them in stock



Never heard of this before... looks like a good option for some other rooms I'm planning on renovating, thanks.
Brassmonkey85812/02/2020 08:37

Reckon you're right, gutted. I'll check throughout the day.



I had an issue with a soundbar from Costco over Christmas, it came back in stock a day later. Worth checking throughout the day.
robot100012/02/2020 07:59

Anyone know if this takes straight or angled valves?



I will report back when it gets delivered today.
Chickenhawk7212/02/2020 08:01

Most heating systems require a point of continuous flow, this is usually …Most heating systems require a point of continuous flow, this is usually the bathroom radiator as it's the room that needs to be the warmest, so I wouldn't add a TRV unless there's one installed on your current bathroom radiator



Isn't it normally the room with the stat that you skip the TRVs? Otherwise the TRV's might stop the rads and the stat would keep the heating firing.

I have TRV's in all my bathrooms, otherwise they get too hot, given the rads are over specified. Which I guess is common given towel rads can be quite big and bathrooms are usually the smallest rooms in the house.
We have a few standard white Ultraheat branded radiators in our place. WOuldnt recomment them at all. Lots start to rust on the outside, esp in kitchen and bathroom.
opencube12/02/2020 09:44

We have a few standard white Ultraheat branded radiators in our place. …We have a few standard white Ultraheat branded radiators in our place. WOuldnt recomment them at all. Lots start to rust on the outside, esp in kitchen and bathroom.


The regular white ones are very cheap usually the outputs are on the low side for the respective sizes.

Definitely worth replacing with a better radiator.
joeymcjoe12/02/2020 09:11

Never heard of this before... looks like a good option for some other …Never heard of this before... looks like a good option for some other rooms I'm planning on renovating, thanks.


I also haven't heard about this too. Can someone confirm please. Or send a screwfix link to convert a standard plumbed radiator to electric!?
3dluis12/02/2020 09:50

I also haven't heard about this too. Can someone confirm please. Or send a …I also haven't heard about this too. Can someone confirm please. Or send a screwfix link to convert a standard plumbed radiator to electric!?


I've recently been reading into this as i need a decent rad for the conservatory, they do though need to be hard wired in which isn't ideal for my situation.
jase_ukuk12/02/2020 09:55

I've recently been reading into this as i need a decent rad for the …I've recently been reading into this as i need a decent rad for the conservatory, they do though need to be hard wired in which isn't ideal for my situation.


I see. I will have a look into it as I need a fancy vertical radiator and the plumbing versions are so much cheaper then the electric element versions. My situation allows me to hardwire as well so I will have a look.
SomebodE12/02/2020 09:50

The regular white ones are very cheap usually the outputs are on the low …The regular white ones are very cheap usually the outputs are on the low side for the respective sizes. Definitely worth replacing with a better radiator.


Used Stelrad ones, much better.
Mentos12/02/2020 09:39

Isn't it normally the room with the stat that you skip the TRVs? Otherwise …Isn't it normally the room with the stat that you skip the TRVs? Otherwise the TRV's might stop the rads and the stat would keep the heating firing.I have TRV's in all my bathrooms, otherwise they get too hot, given the rads are over specified. Which I guess is common given towel rads can be quite big and bathrooms are usually the smallest rooms in the house.



Not everyone has a central thermostat, plus the pumps on combi-boilers tend to run continuously when the system is on, so they need a point of continuous flow to prevent the pump from getting overloaded.
Mentos12/02/2020 09:39

Isn't it normally the room with the stat that you skip the TRVs? Otherwise …Isn't it normally the room with the stat that you skip the TRVs? Otherwise the TRV's might stop the rads and the stat would keep the heating firing.I have TRV's in all my bathrooms, otherwise they get too hot, given the rads are over specified. Which I guess is common given towel rads can be quite big and bathrooms are usually the smallest rooms in the house.


Yep, normally the radiator in the same location as the room thermostat, which is typically located in a hall (normally downstairs hall).
Chickenhawk7212/02/2020 10:44

Not everyone has a central thermostat, plus the pumps on combi-boilers …Not everyone has a central thermostat, plus the pumps on combi-boilers tend to run continuously when the system is on, so they need a point of continuous flow to prevent the pump from getting overloaded.


If you haven't got a central stat to control "calling for heat", then you need at least one radiator without a stat
diynot.com/diy…97/
Fergie06912/02/2020 10:56

If you haven't got a central stat to control "calling for heat", then you …If you haven't got a central stat to control "calling for heat", then you need at least one radiator without a stathttps://www.diynot.com/diy/threads/why-1-radiator-without-trv.30297/


I have Tado TRVs on all my radiators. Does this mean i should also get one installed on this even though its being used in Bathroom?
robot100012/02/2020 12:46

I have Tado TRVs on all my radiators. Does this mean i should also get one …I have Tado TRVs on all my radiators. Does this mean i should also get one installed on this even though its being used in Bathroom?


Do you have a wall mounted thermostat in your house somewhere (e.g. in a hall) controlling the overall temp?
Fergie06912/02/2020 13:14

Do you have a wall mounted thermostat in your house somewhere (e.g. in a …Do you have a wall mounted thermostat in your house somewhere (e.g. in a hall) controlling the overall temp?


No as not required with the Tado system
robot100012/02/2020 13:28

No as not required with the Tado system


Sorry, not sure on that configuration , I can only talk about mine which has a room thermostat and needs at least one rad without a TRV
Chickenhawk7212/02/2020 08:01

Most heating systems require a point of continuous flow, this is usually …Most heating systems require a point of continuous flow, this is usually the bathroom radiator as it's the room that needs to be the warmest, so I wouldn't add a TRV unless there's one installed on your current bathroom radiator


I've quite often wondered you could short circuit the feed and return, say a short length of 8mm copper to allow use of trv in all rooms especially now with smart trv systems. I'm sure the point of constant flow is to stop the pump burning out but I may be wrong.
joeymcjoe12/02/2020 09:17

I will report back when it gets delivered today.


Did you manage to check?
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