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Win a Stainless steel designer radiator @ Your Home Magazine

From designer radiator company, Geyser, Manhattan is a striking linear radiator design, made up from super chunky cube shaped upright end columns with a continuous hole running right through them. The central area is made up of thick stainless steel slices mounted on cylindrical horizontal bars. Its outer columns are polished stainless steel and the central columns are contrasting in brushed stainless steel. Measuring H68cm x W48cm, it has a massive heat output at 5191 btu making it a great source of heat and style.

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Weird, stainless steel is a particularly poor conductor of heat. So choosing it to make radiators is a very dumb idea. Style over substance.
Edited by: "pete_l" 5th Aug 2012

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pete_l

Weird, stainless steel is a particularly poor conductor of heat. So … Weird, stainless steel is a particularly poor conductor of heat. So choosing it to make radiators is a very dumb idea. Style over substance.



my bathroom radiator is stainless steel, my GF did a good job on burning herself on it so I think they get hot enough.

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montecarlos

my bathroom radiator is stainless steel, my GF did a good job on burning … my bathroom radiator is stainless steel, my GF did a good job on burning herself on it so I think they get hot enough.

Doesn't mean they don't get hot - eventually. It does mean they stay hot long after the need for heat has been satisfied, and that your CH system overcompensates when it starts up in the cold.

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