Aluminium radiators

Published:  08 March, 2010

MHS Radiators, aluminium radiator, space heating

The Zero range of low-cost lightweight aluminium radiators from MHS radiators has contemporary styling and offers heat outputs from 423 to 3068 W. They have a low water content, so they heat up rapidly. An operating pressure of up to 16 bar enables them to be used in high-rise buildings.

They are available in white or polished finishes in four heights from 373 to 823 mm and eight lengths from 422 to 2044 mm. All sizes are light enough for one person to fit.

Their construction enables these radiators to be recycled at the end of their lives.

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