Reclaimed Victorian 4 Column Cast Iron Radiator; RR0324
The extra-long feet on this radiator are quite unusual
This Victorian cast iron radiator has been fully restored and pressure tested, in house, and are ready to be fitted into a modern central heating system
Measurements: 840mm high; 475mm long; 150mm Width; 8 section; full polish finish
This Victorian radiator will produce approx 3288 BTUs, if you would like to know how many BTUs are required for a certain space please contact us on the number below or send us an email, and a member of our team will be able to advise
At Ribble Radiators, we have one of the largest stock of reclaimed radiators in the UK with many originally salvaged from dilapidated schools, churches, hospitals and other old buildings.
We have various other reclaimed cast iron radiators in house ready to be refurbished, please contact us with your individual requirements
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If you have any questions feel free to call us on 01772 794534 and we’d be happy to help.
You can also choose from a range of free air vents and bleed nipples – also known as bleed valves – to accompany your cast iron radiator. Particularly popular in brass to provide a classy finishing touch, these bleed valves and vents are designed to release any trapped air within the radiator system to keep it functioning at an optimum level – a necessity for every cast iron radiator.
Finish off your cast iron radiator in style by choosing from our range of sleeve kits, also commonly known as pipe shrouds. These metal ‘sleeves’ are a popular accessory, used to conceal copper pipes that connect to your radiator. They’re available in a vast array of finishes that suit vintage or contemporary styles including brass, nickel, antique copper and silver to name just a few.
Customise your cast iron radiator by selecting from our range of high quality valves that complement any radiator regardless of size or style. The valves are available in both brass and nickel, and you can choose from manual or thermostatic options. Thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs) control the temperature of a room by regulating the flow of hot water automatically, whilst manual valves need to be adjusted manually to regulate hot water temperature.
Choose from a selection of wallstays that help secure cast iron radiators to the wall to prevent them being knocked over. They also help prevent pipework from being moved when fitted into your valves to stop leaks. One wallstay per 10 sections of radiator is recommended. They are produced from original castings and are available in a number of finishes, including brass and nickel.