Ximax Oxford Duo Designer Radiator 1800 x 595mm 6041Btu Anthracite

By Ximax Product code: 32727 Pack size: Each

£369.98 Exc. VAT £308.32
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Product Details

• Connection size: 1/2"
• Heat output calculated at Delta T50°C
• Pressure tested to 5.2 bar, maximum working pressure 4 bar
• Maximum working temperature: 120°C
• Manufactured and tested to EN-442
• Projection from wall: 90mm - Wall to centre: 60mm
Dimensions are height by width.

Stylish designer radiator with modern panel design duo version, suitable for hot water central heating systems. Steel construction with high quality pre-treatment and a powder-coated finish. Easy to install, with wall fixings, plug and vent included.
10 year manufacturer's guarantee (T&Cs apply).

Technical Specification
Brand Ximax
Colour Anthracite
Width (mm) 505
Height (mm) 1800
Material Steel
Manufacturer ID TPD1800595A
BTU 6041
Width (mm) 505
Warranty (years) 10
Certification Manufactured and tested to EN-442
Depth (mm) 75
Min Pressure (bar) 0.5
Max Pressure (bar) 4
Finish Gloss
Weight (kg) 44.77
Pack Contents Radiator, fixings, blank and air plug
Fitted Depth (mm) 90
BTU Range 6001-8000
Inlet Connection 1/2"
Max. Hot Water Temp 120°C
Range Name Oxford
Coating Powder Coated
Delta T 50
Suitable Systems Central Heating
Radiator Profile Double
Number of Sections 8
Radiator Orientation Vertical
Radiator Style Flat Panel
Reviews
Ximax Oxford Duo Designer Radiator 1800 x 595mm 6041Btu Anthracite is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Smart and stylish Well made and looks great in the room Very heavy product so make sure fittings are secure in the wall.
Date published: 2021-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Radiator Very expensive. Wouldn’t price match
Date published: 2021-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Radiuator Very expensive and would not price match!
Date published: 2021-11-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from VERY Late 24-48Hr delivery... we're now into the third WEEK with no sign of delivery yet!
Date published: 2021-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor service by toolstation You have got to be joking. I have never known such appalling service. We ordered this item on the 20th aug and despite numerous calls by us and many promises to return our call - which never happened !!! we still don’t have the the radiators!!!!! So how can we comment on it!!!!!
Date published: 2021-09-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Damaged on arrival Top right hand corner damaged. But otherwise seems ok.
Date published: 2021-04-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fitting a real pain but works ok The welded receptor for the brackets are not placed that exact that you can carefully measure the drill holes first. Also if you only use one fixing as advised the weight of the rad turns the bracket. This is the first time I`ve fitted a vertical rad and it was very difficult to get it straight because the fixings are relatively close together compared to a horizontal one and adjusting it was very difficult due to the access, weight and uncertainty of which bracket is wrong. I fitted all four brackets first and it was a real nightmare. So if you`re like me and want to see that bubble smack bang in the middle, here`s some real instructions from someone who`s actually fitted one! 1 use two screws in every bracket 2 fit one top one permanently 3 take your best guess and fit the other top one with one screw, try rad and adjust brkt (adjusting is sadly going in the side of the rawplug or elongating the hole with a file) and then fit second screw when you`re happy 4 then its fairly simple to measure for the bottom brackets making sure they are just a mm below taking weight or your bubble is all wrong again Once fitted connections were all straightforward and it seems to work well and looks good
Date published: 2020-09-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Looks stylish but not fit for purpose Bought this to replace an older radiator for a kitchen revamp and to use in the vertical mode. From what I have now observed these rads. should not be sold for vertical use as shown in adverts, if there are more conventional rads. on the system. The reason being; is that each panel is only connected to the in/out tubes by tiny holes ~2-3mm. So, when plumbed in from the base the incoming hot water will take the path of least resistance. Possibly plumbing in diagonally (top/bottom) might work. Of course, if plumbed horizontally incoming water would have to rise & work across the panels to reach the outlet.
Date published: 2019-10-15
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