• 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).
|Brand ||Ximax |
|Colour by dominance ||White |
|Width (mm) ||445 |
|Height (mm) ||1800 |
|Unavailable offshore || |
|BTU ||4500 |
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Ximax Oxford Duo Designer Radiator 1800 x 445mm 4539Btu White is rated
Rated 5 out of
Fantastic heat just in time for winter
We needed to change a kitchen radiator. This one looks great and gives great heat. Would recommend this product
Date published: 2019-11-04
Rated 1 out of
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