Linton

From £155.60
Made to Order|Dispatched within 5 weeks for RAL's & Special Finishes, 7 weeks for Antique Brass, Burnished, Polished & Galvanised Copper
33 Finishes Available

26 RAL colours, 4 special finishes, Polished, Burnished & Galvanised

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Valves Available

Every radiator needs valves, browse our collection and finish the look 

Weight Caution

Cast Iron is extremely heavy please read our handling information below

Cast Iron handling and joining

Due to their weight Cast Iron radiators will be delivered on pallets to the nearest hard standing (driveway or yard) and appropriate assistance should be on hand to help move them into a safe dry storage area. They can be very heavy so careful handling is needed to avoid injury. Sectional radiators should always be carried vertically, not stretcher style (pics), this avoids putting stress on the section joins.

These traditional radiators will often be supplied in smaller numbers of joined sections (referred to as batteries) that will require joining on-site to make the complete radiator. We will supply an appropriate joining tool (known as a key) on a sale or return basis, once your radiators are fitted you can return the key in the postage-paid box, if you wish to retain the key, we can then invoice you for the cost 

The joining process is not complicated but it does need to be carried out correctly. Ask your installer to check that they have experience in installing and joining cast iron radiators and if they have the appropriate joining tools let us know and we will not send the loan key. This video shows you the way we recommend our radiators should be joined.

Please note that after the manufacturing process these radiators are pressure tested and cleaned inside with water, they may, therefore, contain a small amount of dirty water and swarf. If handling on a finished floor, ensure that adequate protective material is in place before working on the radiators.

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Create your dream vintage interior 

A vintage interior isn’t complete without the right radiator to complete the look. With the Linton you can capture the essence of the 1920s, making it a great choice for period restorations or for those looking to recreate a vintage feel in their homes. 


Smooth clean lines partner with exclusive galvanised finishes to create a radiator that is wonderfully unique but true to its time. Cast Iron Radiators will keep your rooms warm for a long time and are easy to maintain. Find your perfect match with a choice of 2 and 3 columns, and 40 different sections. Our 10-year guarantee is a statement that this radiator is built to last. 


Overview

Our Linton range reflects the style of the 1920s, with smooth clean lines and a choice of exclusive galvanised and painted finishes. The first material to mind when you think of traditional heating, cast iron radiators are a must for any period restoration. They’re suitable for living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, hallways and dining rooms.  

These traditional radiators will be a perfect match for any existing radiators and being new, they come with a 10-year guarantee. 

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More Information
CertificationUKCA, CE & EN442
Dual FuelNo
Fuel TypeHydronic
Guarantee10 Years
MaterialCast Iron
Pipe Centres From Wall2 column = 120mm, 3 column = 130mm
Pipe Centres Left To RightNo. of sections x 82mm + 32mm + valves
Delivery5 weeks for RAL's & Special Finishes, 7 weeks for Antique Brass, Burnished, Polished & Galvanised Copper

Dimensions

Product Dimensions
Height(s) (mm) 721mm - 621mm
Width(s) (mm) 82mm - 82mm
Columns 2 - 3
Technical Data

What is BTU?

The BTU rate of a radiator is how much heat the radiator will emit, and is there to help you decide if a radiator is the correct size for your room or not. It’s important to know how much heat your room needs in order for your system to work efficiently.

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Italian Design

Over 50 Years' Experience

Over 52 Designs

With over 50 years of experience providing the best in contemporary and designer radiators, we can help you choose the perfect solution for warming your home.

Our designer radiators are suitable for every room: Living rooms, Hallways, Kitchens, Bedrooms, Bathrooms and Conservatories.

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What is BTU? The BTU rate of a radiator is how much heat the radiator will emit, and is there to help you decide if a radiator is the correct size for your room or not. It’s important to know how much heat your room needs in order for your system to work efficiently.