Cast-iron radiators are elegant performers at dance school

Published:  11 August, 2009

Clyde
Traditional-style cast-iron radiators from Clyde have been installed in a leading dance school.

Cast-iron radiators from Clyde’s FKR traditional range have been installed in one of the world premier professional dance schools — the Victorian building at the centre of the Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance in Twickenham. The 29 radiators include models with two, four and six columns.

These radiators are supplied with all necessary fittings and floor supports for easy installation. They have a protective primer coat, ready for final paint finishing onsite. An optional range of wall brackets and floor mounts allows for complete siting flexibility.

Outputs range from 43 to 202 W per section with a ∆t of 50 K. Up to 30 sections can be supplied.

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