Various radiators for decent price (unusual sizes available) from £14.99 @ Brooklyn Trading
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Various radiators for decent price (unusual sizes available) from £14.99 @ Brooklyn Trading

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Posted 7th Mar
I bought a 400 x 900 mm type 21 radiator for £31 including postage. The RRPs are way over but the prices are reasonable and postage was quick, i checked the usual places like screwfix, BQ, wickes etc, but none had 400mm wide this tall. They have other unusual sizes as well.

DIdnt want to spend £200 on a 1.8m designer radiator that would have the same BTU output as the current radiator already installed. Lets hope this one works and the deal helps someone else as well.
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Stelrad K1 double convectors at Wolslesys and delivered with 10% off are …Stelrad K1 double convectors at Wolslesys and delivered with 10% off are hotter


Just checked the website, couldn't find one. Please show me a radiator that will fit in 400mm width, is more than 4000BTU/h and is less than £30

their search and filter is horrible and useless btw
How do these compare to the Kudox ones at Screwfix? I need to get 4 or 5 new rads and trvs. Mostly big ones, 1800 and 1600
oldskooladdict3 m ago

How do these compare to the Kudox ones at Screwfix? I need to get 4 or 5 …How do these compare to the Kudox ones at Screwfix? I need to get 4 or 5 new rads and trvs. Mostly big ones, 1800 and 1600


no idea to be honest, sorry im just a keen DYIer, not a plumber or heating engineer.

If screwfix had suitable size and output i would have gone with them for ease of ordering and pick up process, but they didnt so i went with these guys.

I do however work in HVAC industry and do wonder how big your rooms are that you need 1800 and 1600mm emitters?
Edited by: "Alllfff" 7th Mar
I'd completely forgotten about Broklyn Trading.

Cheers for reminding me OP, time to stock up on spray paint.

Heat
Broc_Mudflap1 m ago

I'd completely forgotten about Broklyn Trading.Cheers for reminding me OP, …I'd completely forgotten about Broklyn Trading.Cheers for reminding me OP, time to stock up on spray paint. Heat


I never knew them to start with, now will check them as well next time i need some DIY products
Alllfff42 m ago

no idea to be honest, sorry im just a keen DYIer, not a plumber or heating …no idea to be honest, sorry im just a keen DYIer, not a plumber or heating engineer. If screwfix had suitable size and output i would have gone with them for ease of ordering and pick up process, but they didnt so i went with these guys.I do however work in HVAC industry and do wonder how big your rooms are that you need 1800 and 1600mm emitters?


For what it's worth 'normal' springs to mind, just a 3 bed terraced property. That size is based on replacing the existing imperial ones with ones nearly the same size, for ease of installation really. Not much else really.
A pal of mine took me to some place near Morley (West Yorkshire)called Stax. It’s open to traders etc and they did various rads and kitchen units etc for a decent price. Not designer stuff at the time but decent enough to get buy till next renovation!
oldskooladdict2 h, 27 m ago

For what it's worth 'normal' springs to mind, just a 3 bed terraced …For what it's worth 'normal' springs to mind, just a 3 bed terraced property. That size is based on replacing the existing imperial ones with ones nearly the same size, for ease of installation really. Not much else really.


If you replace with higher output ones you can run your heating at a lower temperature, which is more efficient.
pibpob2 h, 53 m ago

If you replace with higher output ones you can run your heating at a lower …If you replace with higher output ones you can run your heating at a lower temperature, which is more efficient.


This is exactly what I done last month. Upgraded all of the radiators in my house to double type 22 ones from screwfix. Initial outlay to purchase and replace was a bit pricy but the benefits are unreal. Where we used to put the temperature up at 21/22 degrees to heat the house up, we're now doing at around 17 degrees and the place is scorching. I imagine in the long run it'll be benefical on the pocket.
gsj871 h, 8 m ago

This is exactly what I done last month. Upgraded all of the radiators in …This is exactly what I done last month. Upgraded all of the radiators in my house to double type 22 ones from screwfix. Initial outlay to purchase and replace was a bit pricy but the benefits are unreal. Where we used to put the temperature up at 21/22 degrees to heat the house up, we're now doing at around 17 degrees and the place is scorching. I imagine in the long run it'll be benefical on the pocket.


I may be wrong but í have been told UK radiators are or historically have been oversized.

For heat pump business where i work, there are much lower flow temperatures 35-50 is the standard, so you need bigger radiators than with gas boiler, luckily because of the oversizing you only need for example double the original area rather than triple if they were originally correctly sized.
Edited by: "Alllfff" 7th Mar
oldskooladdict18 h, 4 m ago

How do these compare to the Kudox ones at Screwfix? I need to get 4 or 5 …How do these compare to the Kudox ones at Screwfix? I need to get 4 or 5 new rads and trvs. Mostly big ones, 1800 and 1600


Its worth looking at Wolseley - they do good quality radiators, you can buy 'value packs' of 5, 7 or 9 radiators. If you are buying mostly large ones this should work out well for you. When I bought my mine there a few months ago the pack included TRVs as well. It wasn't mentioned anywhere so might be worth asking for them.
Be aware that the search feature on the site is really poor. If you cannot find what you want using the search trying looking through the categories anyway and you'll probably find it.

wolseley.co.uk/dea…al/
These seem excellent value.
Sadly they all seem to be quite low BTU - I need something a bit more hefty for my project
Plenty of their rads is Type 20 - without fins between panels.
There is massive difference between Types 20>21>22 in BTU of the same size rad

BTU: 4721 - Type 20 700 x 1200mm
BTU: 7216 - Type 22 600 x 1200mm - smaller
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