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Use our BTU calculator to easily work out what size radiator you will need, by entering information about your room in our calculator.
188 RAL colours & 31 special finishes to choose from
A convenient and cost-effective way to manage your budget.
Use your towel rail independently of the central heating
Stylish, flexible and cost-effective
If you're short of space, but don’t want to compromise on quality, the Piano Towel Rail offers a stylish and versatile option for bathrooms, kitchens and cloakrooms.
The Piano Towel Rail is suitable for dual fuel, giving you a flexible and cost-effective way to control how you heat your room. In the winter months use central heating and on unexpected chilly summer days, switch to electric to keep your towels warm and fluffy.
Single 1156mm x 506mm in Matt Anthracite
Double 1744mm x 556mm In RAL 8004
|White RAL 9016 as standard
188 RAL colours & 31 special finishes available
|Delivered in up to 5 weeks|
|10 year guarantee|
Single or Double Radiators, Which Should I Choose?
With less surface area, a single radiator emits less heat than a double. The main benefit is that single radiators tend to be slimmer and so for areas such as hallways or downstairs toilets, where space is tight or limited, they are a good option. They are also likely to be the more cost-effective option for smaller rooms that don’t need a large heat output, such as a bathroom or en-suite.
The benefit of double configurations is that versus a single configured radiator in exactly the same size, it will emit a higher heat output. This means you can replace your single radiator with a smaller double radiator and still achieve the same BTUs - but take up less wall space. Another benefit is that where you may initially have had two single radiators, you can meet the same output requirements with just one double radiator. This will again take up less wall space and be one less radiator to heat and push water through.
All prices and outputs are given per section in the tables below. Price per section includes plugs, bushes, diverter, wall brackets and wall ties.
Alternative mounting options must be selected, these will include the air vent and appropriate number of wall ties.
Made To Order Anconas® are supplied factory assembled up to a maximum of 40 sections. For radiators outside these parameters, Please contact our Customer Services to discuss.
Choosing the right material
For a range of traditional and modern designs, sizes and colours steel radiators may be the choice for you. Comprised from a lighter less dense material than cast iron, steel radiators will heat up and cool down relatively quickly providing manageable control. Steel is the most popular material used to manufacture designer radiators in the UK– in part, because it is easy to shape and therefore create the distinctive and contemporary designs and sizes we are increasingly looking for. If you’re looking for a statement piece, steel radiators are a good place to start.
The main purpose of a radiator is to heat your room so how a material transfers heat from the hot water into the room is very important . Steel is a good conductor of heat, but not at the top of the list, it is however a more cost-effective material and has more varied designs to choose from and is therefore a less expensive option.
|Certification||UKCA, CE & EN442|
|Pipe Centres From Wall||55mm|
|Pipe Centres Left To Right||width-50mm|
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|Height(s) (mm)||792mm - 1,744mm|
|Width(s) (mm)||456mm - 756mm|
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.