The only way is up with Myson radiators

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After the introduction of a range of premium panel vertical radiators last year, Myson has extended its vertical radiator offering even further with the introduction of their new Vertical panel radiator.

The Vertical is the ultimate space saving solution as it is suitable for narrow walls where space may be at a premium and it can be used in both commercial and domestic applications. Also it utilises central connection technology, giving design and installation freedom, and allowing pipes to be installed before the radiator is sized or specified.

Like all Myson radiators the Vertical is tested to EN 442 and is available in four types two heights and four lengths. It also is the only vertical radiator on the market available in types 10 & 21, as well as the more common type 11 & 22, giving specifiers and installers even more choice when it comes to choosing the correct solution for their project.

It comes with a traditional front panel with all except the type 10 being equipped with side panels and will go hand in hand with almost any traditional horizontal panel radiator, if a full panel radiator solution is required. The Vertical is available from stock and has a range of accessories available.

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