Eco Radiators

Aluminium Radiators

Aluminium radiators are particularly well suited for use with geothermal and air-to-water heat pump systems, which operate most economically at output water temperatures typically between 35’C and 45’C. The multiple layers of fins incorporated into the design of aluminium radiators provide a much larger heat exchange area between the radiator and the air than is possible with standard steel radiators. As a result aluminium radiators transfer much larger amounts of heat at 35’C to 45’C than standard radiators would if operated in that temperature range.

Aluminium Radiators are ideally suited for pairing with lower temperature water from heat pumps and condensing boilers. As aluminium responds instantly to changes in temperature, the radiator heats up quickly and reacts quickly to the radiator’s thermostat to regulate room temperature. This ensures they are the most efficient and effective radiators available, reducing energy consumption and fuel costs. Designed and manufactured by one of the world’s leading manufacturers of die cast aluminium radiators AirTherm Energy Eco and AirTherm Energy Eco range Vertical Radiators deliver superior quality and performance matched by a sleek and stylish finish. The radiators meet the highest EU standards utilising modern manufacturing techniques and undergo rigorous quality testing.

Aluminium radiators feature the following:

Next Generation Heating Solutions

Aluminium radiators are made up of modular elements. The special aluminium alloy used is delivered straight from the refinery as castings and carefully inspected following the quality control procedure. The castings then undergo a series of automatic processes: sandblasting of single elements, welding of the bases of the water chambers, threading, spot facing and assembly of the radiators in series. All the radiators are tested at 9 bar, one and a half times the maximum rated operating pressure of 6 bar. Then come various painting operations including chemical and physical pre-treatment followed by two final coats. A first coat is applied by antiphresis followed by another coat of epoxy resin applied electro statically to give the radiator its final appearance; white RAL 9010.