The Radiator Company has released its latest brochure featuring all of its most in-demand products, as well as introducing a number of new products and finishes.
The brochure also covers detailed specifications for each of its products, plus a wide range of radiator accessories from valves to pipe covers and pegs. With the launch of the new brochure, four new products have been introduced for 2021.
The Ceramica collection is designed using what the company calls “ground-breaking patented technology” and is available in both horizontal and vertical formats in three different design profiles: Senso, Pavia, and Varenna. Each has a distinctive tactile surface and high-quality finish, all available in hydronic and electric options.
This new range will appeal to the sustainably minded, the company says, as it is manufactured using marble powder, a by-product of the marble-cutting process. The powder is then combined with water and binding agents using a low-temperature production process that uses less energy and has low CO2 emissions.
Another sustainable option is the Sebino range. Manufactured with aluminium to provide an energy-efficient and eco-friendly radiator with very low water content and the ability to heat quickly, this designer radiator comes with a 10-year guarantee and is available in four heights and three widths.
Meanwhile, the new Bohemia range of two-column cast iron radiators comes in three heights and up to 40 sections, and can be finished in 30 different RAL colours or special finishes. Most notably, burnished and galvanized copper, which will make an excellent focal point for any design-led room, according to the company.
The new Quadre range of towel rails are available in four heights and three widths and can be finished in 188 RAL colours and 30 special finishes, giving the customer a huge range of options to fit any bathroom styling.
Along with the new products, the cast iron Aston collection has been extended to now include new height and column profiles with Farrow & Ball finishes in all sizes. The company has also introduced a new light grey matt finish, Grey Skies, available as a special finish across the majority of its radiators and towel rails.
“At The Radiator Company, we aim to deliver on design, choice, and service and with the release of our new brochure for 2021 we hope to provide our customers with a radiator for any design specification,” said Alex Burgess, National Sales Manager at The Radiator Company.
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