Bathroom radiator, RONDE model, measurements: 1800x645x95mm
(water connection 600mm) heating power:
793W – at temperatures: 75°C/ 65°C/ 20°C (*
) 993W – 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. In addition, the radiator has delicately vaulted construction that differentiates it from radiators from our LINE range.
Our radiators colouristically match all colours of tiles or paints that you may use I your bathrooms giving them unique and luxury look. The RONDE range radiators are especially recommended to bathrooms with an arrangement including rounded edges and asymmetrical design.
With each radiator, you will get a free agent for stainless steel care by WÜRTH.
A table of selection of heating powers for RONDE GR/1800 – a steel central heating radiator.
|ΔT, [st. C]||0||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9|
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 932 W