The Heating Co. Santa Fe traditional satin grey radiator 952 x 659
This traditional radiator from The Heating Co can be used to add historic style with a modern palette to your bathroom or even your kitchen.
Made from mild steel, the radiator is designed to last. Taking up just less than 1m in height and half a metre in width, this is a compact model.
The frame is finished in chrome and polished for those silvery-grey glints. Mounted on the frame, the radiator elements are painted in a luxury satin grey for a subtle colour contrast.
What other chrome and grey colour combinations would you like to furnish your bathroom or kitchen? You can find oodles of options at VictoriaPlum.com!
|Room suitability||Bathroom and Kitchen|
|Dual fuel installation||No|
|Electrical element installation||No|
|Heat output||1355 BTUs|
|Central heating installation||Yes|
|Tested in accordance to||British standard EN 442|
|Pipe centres||404 mm|
|Range name||Santa Fe|
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