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
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
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.