Bathroom radiator, LINE model, measurements: 1000x600x65mm
(water connection 560mm) heating power:
390W – at temperatures: 75°C/ 65°C/ 20°C (*)
488W – at temperatures: 90°C/ 70°C/ 20°C (*)
* water powering the radiator/water at the output from the collector of the radiator/the temperature of the surroundings.
The radiators are made of noble acid-resistant stainless steel – satin (1.4301 grade according to DIN). The radiators have a unique system that masks the upper bleeding valves/blank covers, which gives them even more individualistic look and exclusive characteristics.
Our radiators colouristically match all colours of tiles or paints that you may use I your bathrooms giving them unique and luxury look. The LINE range radiators are especially recommended to well lit bathrooms with a dominance of straight lines and edges, and sanitary ware considered modern and avant-garde, with delicate, fair colour and geometrical design arrangement.
With each radiator, you will get a free agent for stainless steel care by WÜRTH.
A table of selection of heating powers for LINE GL/100 – a steel central heating radiator.
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An average temperature difference ΔT is determined by the formula: Δ T=(t1+t2)/2 – tr
t1 - temperature of the water powering the radiator [st. C]
t2 - temperature of the water flowing from the radiator [st. C]
tr - temperature of the air in the heated room [st. C]
t1 = 75 [st. C]
t2 = 65 [st. C]
tr = 20 [st. C]
for Δ T = 50 [st. C]
AN EXAMPLE OF FINDING IN A TABLE HEATING POWER OF A RADIATOR FOR CONDITIONS OTHER THAN NORMAL.
t1 = 83 [st. C]
t2 = 67 [st. C]
tr = 18 [st. C]
Δ T = (83+67)/2 - 18 = 57 [st. C] the value Δ T = 57 [st. C] the heating power from the table is 458 W