Freestanding LST radiator

Published:  06 September, 2012

Jaga, LST radiator, space heating

Jaga’s Tempo LST (low surface temperature) Freestanding radiator is well suited for use in projects with large expanses of glazing or curtain walling. It is inconspicuous and has a low profile but retains the characteristic high heat output of all Jaga radiators. It can also be equipped with Jaga’s DBE technology to increase output on low-temperature systems.

Tempo LST Freestanding radiators conform to the NHS Estates Health Guidance Note, so they are suitable for areas used by vulnerable people.

There is a range of casing depths from 130 to 230 mm and lengths from 400 to 3000 mm. There is the option of a pencil-proof grille to prevent small objects getting into the casing.

For more information on this story, click here: Sept 2012, 176

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