Electric Radiators Blog

You may think that there isn't much to say about electric radiators, but you're wrong. If you're looking for information about electric elements, fused spurs, backboxes, dual fuel radiators, Chrome radiators, Anthracite radiators, or anything like this, then this blog should give you what you need. This blog is produced by your friendly, helpful fellows at Trade Plumbing.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The ultimate in Loft Living luxury heating

The Manhattan radiator was designed with tall,elegant apartment living in mind.  It's not always feasible to have a "wet" central heating system where you want  a radiator.  But rather than allowing the room to be too cool for comfort, there is a solution in the form of a designer radiator that can run on electricity.

The Manhattan Fifth Avenue is a sturdy construction with a high potential for heat output.  Made to take 2 Electric Heating Elements, the Five Tube, highly polished chrome design is made to fit in elegantly in any lounge, dining room or hall.

This radiator is offered with options for Thermostatic Elements, which allow you to set the maximum temperature of the radiator, making it safe to use with small children around.  There are also options to install electrical timers, so you can pre-programme your radiator to be warm by the time you get hom at the end of a long day at work.

This radiator really is more than a heating device - it's a piece of modern sculpture, which we think you'll love.

The Manhattan Fifth Avenue Electric Radiator.

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