Why do we show outputs as Delta 60 (Δt 60ºC), Delta 50 (Δt 50ºC) and Delta 30 (Δt 30ºC) for cast iron radiators?
The output of our Cast Iron radiator’s can be expressed in BTUs or watts. The wattage is based on the system’s likely operating temperature or the correlation between the flow temperature in the system, the return temperature and an average room temperature and is either shown as Delta 60 (Δt 60ºC) or Delta 50 (Δt […]
We have a simple BTU Calculator for cast iron radiators on our website to provide you with an indicative guide for the heat required in a specific room. However, it is wise to ask for a second opinion from your plumber or heating engineer as they can make a specific assessment of your property’s requirements […]
As explained in a previous post, when selecting your radiators you will need to work with your plumber to determine the heat requirements of your rooms and you need to be aware of the different standards used in quoting the Heat Output (Watts or BTU) of radiators, so that you get the right size radiators […]
A popular misconception behind traditional Cast Iron Radiators is that they are inefficient. We take hundreds of phone calls every day from all over the world and this concern is raised pretty much every day. It seems that this misconception is both widespread and not well understood. Therefore, in early 2013 we decided to commission […]
Cast Iron Radiators limited can now announce that we are stocking three column cast iron radiators in three different heights. These beautiful cast iron radiators are similar in every way to our popular 4 column cast iron radiators but are slightly narrower. These cast iron radiators pack a huge heat output and can be finished in […]