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Designer Radiators - panel or even tubular radiators are all very well, but luxury projects deserve luxury heating. Within our product directory you'll find radiators of all shapes and sizes, and the wide range of colors and finishes to enable you to select the perfect look for a bespoke project.
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Find radiator suppliers and panel radiator manufacturers on the WorldBuild365 online directory. Whether you're looking to buy a wholesale radiator, or simply want to compare different ranges and types of heaters, all the resources you need are just a click away.
Lots of options for every budget and brief - start here for cost effective heating solutions, to find an aluminium radiator manufacturer, or to get designer radiators wholesale.
Wide choice of materials - including steel, aluminium, cast iron, or ceramic.
Buy radiator supplies too - spare and replacement parts to keep your central heating safe and operating at a high level of efficiency.

 

Choosing a Radiator By Heating Action

Radiant heater - most radiators work by radiating heat. The air or people nearer the heater will be warmer than those further away. Unless the radiator suppliers specifications state otherwise, assume a radiator is a radiant heater

Convector heaters - are designed to heat by convection. They depend upon air passing over the heat coil or heat exchanger, setting up a current of circulating air which heats a room more evenly than a radiant heater. Convector heaters may be stand-alone or form part of a central heating system.

Choosing a Radiator Type by Metal

Aluminium radiators - are lightweight, making them easy to install and heat up quickly. This makes them especially beneficial in any situation where rooms or even whole buildings are often used for short periods of time.
Cast iron radiators - the metal with the longest history of use in radiator construction. One major advantage that cast iron radiator manufacturers will highlight is that they generate more heat for their size than other metals. Cast iron takes longer to heat up, so may not be ideal if one of your requirements is the ability to deliver heat quickly. Designers also prize cast iron for period or traditional decor.
Steel panel radiators - choose steel for a rust-proof radiator which will conduct heat into a room quickly and retain its own heat for some time once the central heating has been turned off. Steel radiators are also easy to keep clean and come in a wide range of sizes and styles
Bimetallic radiators - consist of a steel tubular core overlaid by an aluminum body. With this product, radiator manufacturers offer the strength of a steel heater combined with the light weight and responsive properties of aluminum. Modern bimetallic radiator models have a high surface area for the size of the appliance, maximizing heat transmission into the room.

Heating for High End Briefs


Designer Radiators - panel or even tubular radiators are all very well, but luxury projects deserve luxury heating. Within our product directory you'll find radiators of all shapes and sizes, and the wide range of colors and finishes to enable you to select the perfect look for a bespoke project.

Components and Accessories


Radiator thermostats - to offer temperature control in different rooms within a centralized heating system.
Radiator valves - suitable for connection to copper or plastic pipes.
Decorative lattice - to cover a convector heater. Wooden, aluminium, or even stone lattices are available to customize the radiator to fit the decor of the room.

Stand Alone Heaters


Used in place of, or in addition to, a central heating system. Ideal for rarely used spaces, or to introduce heat into a room quickly while the main system is heating up.
Ceramic heaters - the ceramic heater manufacturer surrounds the heating element with a thick ceramic body. The appliance stays relatively cool, reducing fire risk if clothing or other items are allowed to get close to the heater. There's also less risk of a burn if the heater is touched. Ceramic heaters are available in a range of finishes to coordinate with the room decor, and different sizes too.
Floor Heater - an electric radiator which can be moved to any location to quickly introduce heat into the room.