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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.
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A convenient and cost-effective way to manage your budget.
Less water in your system means better efficiency and cheaper bills.
Quality and efficiency in one!
The Sebino is an expertly crafted aluminium radiator that is both stylish and highly efficient. A sleek, compact design with gently curved sides and finished with top covers and discrete brackets. Easy and quick to control due to the benefits of aluminium, the Sebino combines the best of both design and practical considerations.
634mm x 980mm in White RAL 9010
1834mm x 500mm in White RAL 9010
|Low Water Content|
|White RAL 9010 only|
|Delivered with in 48-72 hours|
|10 year guarantee|
Choosing the right material
Aluminium is a highly efficient, conductive material that will heat up very quickly after the central heating is turned on, giving you total control over your central heating system.
Aluminium radiators can tick a lot of boxes for homeowners. The main benefit of aluminium designer radiators is that they will heat up faster than other material (and cool down quickly). This is because aluminium is a superconductor and so responds quickly to thermostatic changes. Radiators made from this material are therefore highly efficient and make it easy to control the temperature of the space. Aluminium is less flexible to work with than steel so there tend to be fewer variations in designs to choose from.
Another benefit of aluminium designer radiators is their light weight. Not only does this make the installation process much easier, but it also makes them suitable for a wide range of projects, as they can be hung on most walls.
|Certification||UKCA, CE & EN442|
|Height(s) (mm)||634mm - 1,834mm|
|Width(s) (mm)||820mm - 660mm|
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.