Completely flat plinth radiator
The Planar Plinth is Stelrad’s response to the growing demand for low-line designer radiators. Because large window sections are being increasingly used in modern architecture, our plinth radiators are available either with a flat front and back panel or flat front panel. Despite their modest size the Planar Plinth radiators still achieves high heat outputs.
Why opt for a Stelrad Planar Plinth radiator?
- Decorative plinth radiator
- Height 200 mm
- Preset adjustable thermostatic valve insert
- Flat front
- Available in colour
Discover the Stelrad Planar Plinth en Planar Plinth D here in 3D
Click and hold the left mouse button, then drag to rotate the radiator. Scroll to zoom in or out.
Choose your colour
Choose your colour
Warmth is essential for creating a cosy home. As is an interior that you feel good in. With Stelrad you can now opt for colourful warmth.
The above colour palette can be further expanded with a multitude of RAL colours. The colours depicted are indicative only.
Stelrad Eclipse thermostatic insert
Stelrad thermostatic head
Double connection fitting – Straight, without drain-off facility
Double connection fitting – Straight, with drain-off facility
Double connection fitting – Angled, without drain-off facility
Double connection fitting – Angled, with drain-off facility
The Planar Plinth is Stelrad’s response to the growing demand for low-line decorative radiators.
With a completely flat front, a decorative upper grille and side panels the Planar Plinth radiator achieves, despite its modest size, high heat outputs. Moreover this radiator can be connected either as a valve or as a compact radiator.
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Calculation Factor per meter length radiator at 75/65/20 °C in accordance with EN442
Characteristic equation: ф = KM x ΔTn
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When connecting as a valve radiator:
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When connecting as a compact radiator:
- the valve insert has to be removed
- the plastic plugs have to be replaced with brass plugs.
* = a reduction in heat output will occur when combining low temperature heating with a high temperature difference between inlet and outlet.