LST radiator is ‘slimmest on the market’

Radiator
With a depth of just 75 mm from face to wall, Autron’s Slenderline LST radiators are claimed to be the slimmest on the market.
Autron’s Slenderline range of low-surface-temperature radiators is claimed to be the slimmest on the market. They have a depth from face to wall of just 75 mm, which is said to be some 10 mm less than other LST radiators on the market. There is a large range of sizes with outputs from 200 to 4700 W. Open-botttomed and fully enclosed versions are available. The open-bottomed model is for areas such as bathrooms and toilets where it is necessary to clean under the radiator. The fully enclosed model has a grille in the bottom of the front panel for complete safety. The front grille is hinged to allow access to enclosed TRVs without removing the casing. To save installation time, casings are pre-assembled at the factory and individually referenced to the customer’s schedule. End-casing and TRV cut-outs can be provided at no additional cost. Slenderline is on permanent display at the Building Centre in London. sales@autron.co.uk
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