HOTHOT RETRO REVOLUTION HO III - vertical retro style radiator

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HOTHOT
€ 480,00 Incl. tax
Delivery time: 4 weeks

Design finned tube radiators are a stylish alternative to conventional heating
RETRO REVOLUTION HO III - vertical stylish industrial radiator
The height can vary from 500cm up to 6m
Retro style radiators - Loft radiators
Various type of connection
Available in 49 standard colours
Custom RAL / NCS colours
All radiators are supplied with clear instructions
Radiators are always delivered with the corresponding brackets
Tested to BS EN442 standards

Retro radiators are favoured by architects and interior designers. Their superiority lies in their long durability, variability and high heat outp ut. You can choose from a variety of colours from basic RAL colour system or from 2000 additional colours from the NCS colour system. It is possible to define the shape and the positioning of the tubing as you desire according to your specific interior design. The height can vary from 500cm up to 6m and you can place up to six tubes next to each another. Retro Revolution can be used across a wide range of purposes, from commercial buildings, restaurants and hotel lobbies to industrial and residential buildings.

Material: Steel finned tube radiator - wall mounted tall radiator
Made to mesure radiator: Yes
Central Heating Radiator: Yes
Electric Heating Radiator: x
Dual Fuel Radiator: x
Connection: RKL, RKR
Colours: HOTHOT Colours, RAL Colour Chart, NCS Colour System
Colour samples: Unsure about the colours? We can send you colour samples after you order your radiator, so the colour can be specified  after you receive them.
Garanty: 5 years
   

YOUTUBE CHANNEL RETRO REVOLUTION

 

 

Material : Steel, Finned tubes radiators
Pipes diameters : 57x2,5x137 mm
Test pressure : 1,3 MPa ( 13 bar)
Max. working pressure : 1,0 MPa ( 10 bar)
Max. working temperature : 120 °C
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