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K-Flat - Type 22 Double Panel Central Heating Radiator - H500mm x W1000mm
K-Flat - Type 22 Double Panel Central Heating Radiator - H500mm x W1000mm
K-Flat - Type 22 Double Panel Central Heating Radiator - H500mm x W1000mm

Guarantee Length: 10 Years

Collection: K-Flat

Supplied with: Side Panels, Top Grille, Brackets, Masonry Fixings, Bleed Valve & Blanking Plug Included

Colour: White

Finish: Gloss

Heat Source: Central Heated/Hot Water

Ral Code: 9016

Material: Steel

Orientation: Horizontal

Style: Type 22

Radiator Valves Included: No

Product Assurances: CE Marked, BS EN 442 Certified, 10 Years Guarantee

SKU KD510F

Connection Size/Type: 1/2" BSP

GTIN:5055681402402

Dry Mass (kg):28.9kg

Height: 500mm

Width:1000mm

Pipe Centres: 1000mm + Valves

Projection: 112.5mm - 127.5mm

Wall to Pipe Centres: 82.5mm - 97.5mm

BTUs (T30): 2511

BTUs (T40):3647

BTUs (T50): 4876

Watts (T30):736

Watts (T40): 1069

Watts (T50): 1429

Depth: 105mm

Material

Steel offers the lowest price tag compared to other materials, but it also offers the most diversity in terms of colour and style. Steel is malleable which allows radiators to be efficient because they can be physically designed to better pass heat from the water inside to the space around them (this is a radiator's job after all, despite some thinking that its job is to “store” heat). The heat output is also good, the proof is in the pudding with this one - would steel be the most common radiator material if the heat output was rubbish? Steel is a highly durable material which is important as radiators are going to be the victims of some knocks and bangs over time and you want them to withstand that.

Style

Most UK households tend to favour convector radiators, commonly known as panel radiators. In a type 22 convector radiator, the hot water from your boiler enters the radiator and fills the front and back panels, just like other radiators. But what makes these panel rads so efficient and effective in heating your home is the ‘fins’ – strip of metal shaped like multiple fins - that are attached to the front and back panel, so a fin sandwich! They are heated up at the same time as the main radiator panel, increasing the surface area of contact with the ambient air. These fins, once heated by the water, draw up cold air from the bottom of the radiator and subsequently heat it up. As we all remember from school, this hot air rises, before eventually cooling, dropping back to floor level and being sucked up again by the convector radiator – leaving you with a cosy warm room!

Colour

White is a true classic. Ideal for those who like to switch up their décor from time to time, a white radiator won’t restrict your interior design spirit. This gloss powder-coated finish is perfectly even and looks gorgeous with the simple wipe of a cloth. White can be perceived as boring or safe, but in reality, it gives a clean and fresh impression in your home. Plus, with our wide range of radiator valves and accessories, you can add a touch of colour to the radiator without it becoming overbearing within the room.

Heat Source

A central heating or hot water radiator is one that is plumbed into your homes central heating system. Whether you have a Combi boiler, gravity fed (conventional) system or a system with a cylinder, you can install this radiator.

Accessories

This radiator has G1/2” connections either side at the bottom and so the valves required will depend on your pipework (which is why they aren’t provided with the radiator):

  • For pipework coming from the wall to the side of the radiator, use corner valves.
  • For pipework coming from the floor and up to the side of the radiator, use angled valves.
  • For pipework coming along the wall to meet the side of the radiator, use straight valves.

There are a few different types of valves available for you to choose from: Manual Valves provide easy on/off control – simply turn the valve by hand to allow the water from your central heating to pass through into the radiator or towel rail, just like a tap! If this radiator is going to be in the same room as your main boiler thermostat (usually a little box on the wall or the mantle, that you turn up and down) then we advise you to use manual valves over TRV’s because a TRV will conflict with your boiler thermostat and can cause temperature issues around the home. Thermostatic Valves (TRVs) provide multi temperature control of the radiators in your home – saving energy and money! These valves have sensor mechanisms inside that shut off the flow of hot water to the radiator when the room temperature reached the desired level! If your looking to reduce your carbon footprint while remaining cosy warm, then TRV’s are the way to go (provided they aren’t installed in the room where your main boiler thermostat is).

  • Free delivery (UK Mainland, Northern Ireland/Highlands/Islands)
  • Once dispatched, all orders are sent on a Next Working Day delivery service
  • We deliver between 8am and 6pm
  • Contact us to delay delivery/request a specific day
  • Limitless (that's right, no time limit!) returns
  • Free of charge: either we will collect/send a returns label, or we'll refund your postage costs.
  • Returns (for reasons other than damage or faults) can only be accepted if the item is returned in the original packaging and has not been fitted or used in any way.
  • Whilst all our products pass strict quality standards, on very rare occasions, you may find an item arrives damaged. We ask that when you receive your order, you inspect the packaging before signing and note any damage when signing for it or refuse the delivery, with damage as the reason. Please contact us if you have any issues.
  • If you find damage after you have signed for your delivery, please contact us with images of the damage as soon as possible.
  • Once the damage has been reported, we'll either replace the item completely free of charge or refund you in full.
  1. How can I contact you?

    You can message us on live chat. We aim to reply in one minute, between 9am - 5:30pm. After 5:30pm, we'll create a ticket and get back to you asap.

  2. Where do you deliver?

    We deliver to the whole UK and Northern Ireland - including the highlands and islands. We are currently unable to offer international delivery.

  3. Who will deliver my order?

    Our 4 main couriers for UK Radiators products are Royal Mail, DPD, APC and Tufnells. Your courier will depend on the size and weight of the items on your order.

    For example, a pair of valves will be sent to you with Royal Mail, whereas a column radiator will be sent with Tufnells.

    Tracking is provided for all orders dispatched from our warehouse.

    If you order a Terma product, your item(s) will be coming directly from their warehouse.

    The couriers they use are Stop Start and Parcelforce, and tracking is provided where possible.

  4. Can I choose a specific time or day for my delivery?

    If, for any reason, you would like to delay your delivery, please contact one of the customer service team as soon as you have placed your order, who will be able to assist you.

    We are currently unable to request specific delivery time slots with our couriers.

    Some of our couriers will advise you of a smaller time slot for your delivery, but unless otherwise stated, deliveries can take place any time between 8am and 6pm.

  5. Can I upgrade my delivery?

    Once dispatched, your order is sent on a next working day delivery service. This is the fastest available service, so we are unable to upgrade your delivery any further.

  6. Can I send orders to a different address?

    You can change the shipping address to a different address if your billing address matches what's registered against your payment method.

    However, this can only be done when placing the order.

    We are unable to change the delivery address after the order has been placed and dispatched. In this instance, the order would need to be cancelled and refunded, and a new order placed with the correct delivery address.

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K-Flat - Type 22 Double Panel Central Heating Radiator - H500mm x W1000mm

Product code: 23100

Regular price£269.00
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Incl. VAT
Out Of Stock

Please call us on 0333 006 8227 and we can let you know when this product will be back in stock.

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Gas boiler before 2005 or Oil boiler before 2007
Gas boiler after 2005 or Oil boiler after 2007
Low-temperature system e.g. heat pump
Watts:
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Watts & BTUs (British Thermal Units) Explained

What is a Watt?

Watts are our main unit of energy/power in the UK, commonly associated with lightbulbs and Home Energy performance certificates (EPCs).

What is a BTU?

BTUs are the unit of measurement used to portray a radiators heat output and a rooms heating requirement. 1 Watt is equal to 3.41 BTUs.

Why are they important?

We buy radiators to heat our homes, right? So, we need a way of knowing if a radiator is powerful enough to heat the room that we are shopping for - Watts and BTUs provide us with a value that makes its easier to compare radiators and ultimately choose the right one for our heating requirement.

Need help figuring out how much heat your room needs?

Our fast and easy-to-use BTU calculator can help you:

  • Work out a heating requirement value (in BTUs & Watts) for your room
  • Show you in-stock radiator recommendations that can fulfil this heat requirement
Try our room heating calculator

Delta (Δ) Ratings Explained

What is a Delta (Δ) Rating?

When discussing heat outputs, the Delta rating is the difference between the temperature of the water inside the heating system and the desired temperature of the room.

What does the value represent?

In simple terms, this value is about heat loss. Heating a room only works, if the radiator output exceeds the heat loss of the room.

We use this calculation to make it easy to choose a radiator that will have a heat output that exceeds the heat loss of the room when connected to your heating system type.

If you don't know the room heat loss, you can use our calculator to find out.

What Delta Rating should I use?

  • Δ50 = Gas boilers before 2005 / Oil boilers before 2007.
  • Δ40 = Gas boilers after 2005 / Oil boilers after 2007.
  • Δ30 = Low temperature systems e.g heat pumps.
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Guarantee Length: 10 Years

Collection: K-Flat

Supplied with: Side Panels, Top Grille, Brackets, Masonry Fixings, Bleed Valve & Blanking Plug Included

Colour: White

Finish: Gloss

Heat Source: Central Heated/Hot Water

Ral Code: 9016

Material: Steel

Orientation: Horizontal

Style: Type 22

Radiator Valves Included: No

Product Assurances: CE Marked, BS EN 442 Certified, 10 Years Guarantee

SKU KD510F

Connection Size/Type: 1/2" BSP

GTIN:5055681402402

Dry Mass (kg):28.9kg

Height: 500mm

Width:1000mm

Pipe Centres: 1000mm + Valves

Projection: 112.5mm - 127.5mm

Wall to Pipe Centres: 82.5mm - 97.5mm

BTUs (T30): 2511

BTUs (T40):3647

BTUs (T50): 4876

Watts (T30):736

Watts (T40): 1069

Watts (T50): 1429

Depth: 105mm

Material

Steel offers the lowest price tag compared to other materials, but it also offers the most diversity in terms of colour and style. Steel is malleable which allows radiators to be efficient because they can be physically designed to better pass heat from the water inside to the space around them (this is a radiator's job after all, despite some thinking that its job is to “store” heat). The heat output is also good, the proof is in the pudding with this one - would steel be the most common radiator material if the heat output was rubbish? Steel is a highly durable material which is important as radiators are going to be the victims of some knocks and bangs over time and you want them to withstand that.

Style

Most UK households tend to favour convector radiators, commonly known as panel radiators. In a type 22 convector radiator, the hot water from your boiler enters the radiator and fills the front and back panels, just like other radiators. But what makes these panel rads so efficient and effective in heating your home is the ‘fins’ – strip of metal shaped like multiple fins - that are attached to the front and back panel, so a fin sandwich! They are heated up at the same time as the main radiator panel, increasing the surface area of contact with the ambient air. These fins, once heated by the water, draw up cold air from the bottom of the radiator and subsequently heat it up. As we all remember from school, this hot air rises, before eventually cooling, dropping back to floor level and being sucked up again by the convector radiator – leaving you with a cosy warm room!

Colour

White is a true classic. Ideal for those who like to switch up their décor from time to time, a white radiator won’t restrict your interior design spirit. This gloss powder-coated finish is perfectly even and looks gorgeous with the simple wipe of a cloth. White can be perceived as boring or safe, but in reality, it gives a clean and fresh impression in your home. Plus, with our wide range of radiator valves and accessories, you can add a touch of colour to the radiator without it becoming overbearing within the room.

Heat Source

A central heating or hot water radiator is one that is plumbed into your homes central heating system. Whether you have a Combi boiler, gravity fed (conventional) system or a system with a cylinder, you can install this radiator.

Accessories

This radiator has G1/2” connections either side at the bottom and so the valves required will depend on your pipework (which is why they aren’t provided with the radiator):

  • For pipework coming from the wall to the side of the radiator, use corner valves.
  • For pipework coming from the floor and up to the side of the radiator, use angled valves.
  • For pipework coming along the wall to meet the side of the radiator, use straight valves.

There are a few different types of valves available for you to choose from: Manual Valves provide easy on/off control – simply turn the valve by hand to allow the water from your central heating to pass through into the radiator or towel rail, just like a tap! If this radiator is going to be in the same room as your main boiler thermostat (usually a little box on the wall or the mantle, that you turn up and down) then we advise you to use manual valves over TRV’s because a TRV will conflict with your boiler thermostat and can cause temperature issues around the home. Thermostatic Valves (TRVs) provide multi temperature control of the radiators in your home – saving energy and money! These valves have sensor mechanisms inside that shut off the flow of hot water to the radiator when the room temperature reached the desired level! If your looking to reduce your carbon footprint while remaining cosy warm, then TRV’s are the way to go (provided they aren’t installed in the room where your main boiler thermostat is).

  • Free delivery (UK Mainland, Northern Ireland/Highlands/Islands)
  • Once dispatched, all orders are sent on a Next Working Day delivery service
  • We deliver between 8am and 6pm
  • Contact us to delay delivery/request a specific day
  • Limitless (that's right, no time limit!) returns
  • Free of charge: either we will collect/send a returns label, or we'll refund your postage costs.
  • Returns (for reasons other than damage or faults) can only be accepted if the item is returned in the original packaging and has not been fitted or used in any way.
  • Whilst all our products pass strict quality standards, on very rare occasions, you may find an item arrives damaged. We ask that when you receive your order, you inspect the packaging before signing and note any damage when signing for it or refuse the delivery, with damage as the reason. Please contact us if you have any issues.
  • If you find damage after you have signed for your delivery, please contact us with images of the damage as soon as possible.
  • Once the damage has been reported, we'll either replace the item completely free of charge or refund you in full.
  1. How can I contact you?

    You can message us on live chat. We aim to reply in one minute, between 9am - 5:30pm. After 5:30pm, we'll create a ticket and get back to you asap.

  2. Where do you deliver?

    We deliver to the whole UK and Northern Ireland - including the highlands and islands. We are currently unable to offer international delivery.

  3. Who will deliver my order?

    Our 4 main couriers for UK Radiators products are Royal Mail, DPD, APC and Tufnells. Your courier will depend on the size and weight of the items on your order.

    For example, a pair of valves will be sent to you with Royal Mail, whereas a column radiator will be sent with Tufnells.

    Tracking is provided for all orders dispatched from our warehouse.

    If you order a Terma product, your item(s) will be coming directly from their warehouse.

    The couriers they use are Stop Start and Parcelforce, and tracking is provided where possible.

  4. Can I choose a specific time or day for my delivery?

    If, for any reason, you would like to delay your delivery, please contact one of the customer service team as soon as you have placed your order, who will be able to assist you.

    We are currently unable to request specific delivery time slots with our couriers.

    Some of our couriers will advise you of a smaller time slot for your delivery, but unless otherwise stated, deliveries can take place any time between 8am and 6pm.

  5. Can I upgrade my delivery?

    Once dispatched, your order is sent on a next working day delivery service. This is the fastest available service, so we are unable to upgrade your delivery any further.

  6. Can I send orders to a different address?

    You can change the shipping address to a different address if your billing address matches what's registered against your payment method.

    However, this can only be done when placing the order.

    We are unable to change the delivery address after the order has been placed and dispatched. In this instance, the order would need to be cancelled and refunded, and a new order placed with the correct delivery address.

Read more FAQs