Cast Iron Radiator Order Information
As a company when ordering our cast iron radiators we will endeavour to fully meet your expectations, and work with you as flexibly as we can. We are happy to carry out calculations for you and offer advice as required. You can view our radiators at our showrooms in Richmond, North Yorkshire we have on display both the Victorian Range of radiators also the ornate radiators or call the sales office in the showroom on 01748 821500 for any advice you require.
Customer service is a strong point of our business, and we draw your attention to the information below.
You can order on-line, we do however prefer to speak to customers directly.
CAST IRON RADIATORS
Please note (Unlike many of our competitors) all our cast iron radiators are hand assembled in the UK to your specification, tested to conform to BS EN442-1 and BS EN442-2 and pressure tested to 8 BAR. All our cast radiators are guaranteed for 10 years for manufacturing defects.
THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS
The relevant number of sections is picked and assigned to your order.
All our traditional radiators are individually hand cast and assembled, meaning lengths and widths of the radiators can vary slightly. We advise that you take delivery of your radiators before installing your pipework. Measurements given are a guide only. Unless otherwise specifically requested, radiators will be supplied bushed with ½ inch bushes.
Please be aware that colours presented online will vary between different monitors and that printed colours may vary slightly from the actual paint colour. If in doubt a visit to our showrooms is advised or we can arrange for a colour swatch to be sent free of charge.
In order to ensure the safe handling of your radiator please follow the guidelines below.
Cast Iron Radiators are very heavy, you must ensure adequate manpower is available . The most common cause of leaks is the strain on the gaskets when carrying the radiator. You must ensure that the radiator is only moved in the upright position once removed from the pallet to prevent flexing the seals. The most common method is to support the radiator between the fins by using support bars at each end as illustrated below.