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Contents Bathrooms & Kitchens page 4 - Outline Super Mirror, central heating (electric also available) page 6 - Ron with towel rails, central heating page 10 - Outline with towel rails, central heating (electric also available) page 13 - Towel Clip, electric Eskimo Home page 17 - Ron wall mounted, central heating page 21 - Leggy Ron, floor mounted, central heating page 25 - Outline, central heating (electric also available) page 30 - Colours, finishes and taking care of your Eskimo page 32 - Radiator colour chart page 34 - Technical data page 35 - Frequently Asked Questions page 36 - Delta T and correction factors

A bit about Eskimo At Eskimo, our grand plan is to design and make the world’s best radiators and associated hot things. In these pages you’ll see some of the fruits of our labour at the drawing board and on the test rig, relentlessly knocking on the gates of radiator heaven. If we have one underlying principle at Eskimo it’s this - we want to be proud of what we design, make and sell. For our radiator products this means that we want you to look at Eskimo ranges and be blown away by their gorgeous simple elegant lines. But we also want your installer (or you if you’re a handy sort) to find the job of installation straightforward and well explained. We want you, our customer, to be warmed by your Eskimo throughout the coldest of winters, and smile at it in the summer sunshine. We want you to forget about it when you go on holiday, then fondly remember you own it when you come home. Most of all we would like to think that when you sell your house and move on, whoever moves in will feel the same about the radiators they inherit. For that, we believe, is the measure of good product design. It’s not fashion (and we’re not knocking fashion), it’s not art, but it is something that can be appreciated by anybody at any time, because it quite simply works: aesthetically and practically. Of course the real trick is to do this without coming up with some personality devoid piece of inoffensive sameness. Do we manage it? Only time will tell, and that’s what keeps us so excited by what we do. Eskimo continues to develop engaging, beautifully engineered products with a sense of humour, captivating design minded consumers and professionals within the industry alike. And every Eskimo product is designed and manufactured in the UK – who else can say that these days?

Outline Super Mirror Get Up: radiator size H 1500mm x W 430mm x D50mm

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Bathrooms & Kitchens

Leggy Ron, in Polished Aluminium: radiator size H 307mm x W1508mm x D 110mm

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Outline Super Mirror, central heating

Eskimo’s range of beautiful stainless steel mirror-finish radiators for beautiful people. A high performance radiator that is so highly polished you can fully admire yourself every time you walk by

Get up, output and prices Base part no. 24180S-SM 24180D-SM 43150S-SM 43180S-SM 43180D-SM

Outline’s reflective radiators Available in a wide range of standard sizes and formats

Height mm (X) 1800 1800 1500 1800 1800

Length mm (Y) 240 240 430 430 430

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 50 95

Items in bold are held in stock for quick delivery.

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 846 1691 1390 1691 2959

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 668 1336 1098 1336 2338

Price exc. VAT £702 £824 £917 £1,022 £1,206

Get up, technical

Super-high polished stainless steel gives near-perfect reflection*

Base part no. Water Volume Dry Weight (litres) (kg) 24180S-SM 0.6 15.3 24180D-SM 0.9 23.5 43150S-SM 1.0 22.5 43180S-SM 1.1 26.8 43180D-SM 1.7 38.1

Hard wearing and easily cleaned Anti-mist Bespoke sizes can be made to suit any space High heat outputs

Distance Wall Pipe Centres to front face (B) mm (A) mm 75 174 120 174 75 364 75 364 120 364

Distance Wall Bracket Centres to pipe centre (D) mm (C) mm 49 93 72 147 49 279 49 279 72 294

Depth mm (Z) 50 95

Output at Δt 50°C Price exc. VAT (Watts)* 577 £602 1058 £809

You Square, output and prices

Low water volume and diverter fitted as standard means rapid warm up which is perfect for low temperature heating systems such as heat pumps

Base part no. 6060S-SM 6060D-SM

Available in electric and hot water versions Hidden valves can be specified so that the mirror panel appears to “float” just off the wall with the radiator function disguised. This will require the radiator front panel to be extended by 100mm – so you will need to add 100mm to the height of the radiator shown in the brochure

Height mm (X) 600 600

Length mm (Y) 600 600

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 730 1339

You Square, technical Base part no. Water Volume Dry Weight (litres) (kg) 6060S-SM 0.8 13.4 6060D-SM 1.0 18.9

*There may be some distortion in the panel, particularly around the edges. It won’t therefore compete with a glass mirror for absolute perfection, but assuming you’re perfect to start with, we bet you could do with a couple of extra curves?

Distance Wall Pipe Centres to front face (B) mm (A) mm 75 534 120 534

Distance Wall to pipe centre (C) mm 49 72

Bracket Centres (D) mm

Depth mm (Z) 50 95

Output at Δt 50°C Price exc. VAT (Watts)* 937 £1,006 1811 £1,300

465 490

Lie Down, output and prices Base part no. 15043S-SM 15043D-SM

Height mm (X) 430 430

Length mm (Y) 1500 1500

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 1186 2292

Lie Down, technical Base part no. Water Volume Dry Weight (litres) (kg) 15043S-SM 1.6 22.9 15043D-SM 2.1 32.8

Distance Wall Pipe Centres to front face (B) mm (A) mm 75 1434 120 1434

Distance Wall to pipe centre (C) mm 49 72

Bracket Centres (D) mm 651 (3 brackets) 686 (3 brackets)

*All heat outputs are calculated in accordance with BS EN442. For an explanation of Delta T (Δt), and to calculate performance at different Delta Ts, please see the technical information on page 36. To convert Watts to BTU/hr multiply the figure shown above for watts by 3.412, Valves must be ordered separately. Hidden manual valves are available for an additional £102 + VAT per radiator - see installation details and drawings on page 34. Thermostatic valves are not available as standard with this option. If thermostatic control is required with hidden valves please contact Eskimo Technical Sales.

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Towel hanging rails (5mmx 40mm bars) can be added to all mirror radiators: £96 for the first rail, £52 for subsequent rails. Test Pressure: 7.5 bar. Maximum Operating Pressure: 5 bar. Maximum Operating Temperature: 95ºC. Connections: 1/2” BSP Bottom (underside of radiator) opposite end tappings - use angle valves for pipes coming from walls and straight valves for pipes coming up from floor.

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Eskimo’s towel rails are different. The towel rail on the front has a separate function to the radiator at the back – one warms your towels, the other heats your room Eskimo’s range of elliptical aluminium towel rail radiators The problem with fitting most towel rails to heat your bathroom or kitchen is that they only provide their full heat output so long as you don’t hang towels on them. Hanging a towel over the bars of a towel rail is like putting a tea cosy on a tea pot – it keeps the heat in, meaning a cold bathroom. Eskimo’s towel rails are different: the towel rail on the front has a separate function to the radiator at the back – one warms your towels, the other heats your room. The twin functions of the design are not compromised by each other Ron is a modular aluminium high output radiator The matching elliptical towel rail is proportionately matched to the elliptical section of the radiator Available in a range of three standard heights with up to three towel rails Other sizes available on request Three metal finishes plus a range of standard colours - special colours available on request Other connection positions available – see page 34 for connection options

Ron in Polished Aluminium, with one towel rail: radiator size H 1000mm x W 572 x D 110mm

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Ron with towel rails, central heating Ron with towel rails, output and prices, standard colours Base part no. Height mm Length mm Depth mm (X) (Y) (Z) RON-6-624-TR1 600 624 170 RON-10-364-TR1 1000 364 170 RON-10-364-TR2 1000 364 170 RON-10-572-TR1 1000 572 170 RON-10-572-TR2 1000 572 170 RON-18-416-TR1 1800 416 170 RON-18-416-TR2 1800 416 170 RON-18-416-TR3 1800 416 170

Items in bold are held in stock for quick delivery.

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* Standard Colours 1382 1274 1274 2002 2002 2416 2416 2416

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* Standard Colours 1092 1006 1006 1582 1582 1909 1909 1909

Price exc. VAT Standard Colours £865 £749 £849 £1,029 £1,129 £1,148 £1,248 £1,348

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* Polished Aluminium 1106 1019 1019 1602 1602 1928 1928 1928

Output at Δt 50°C Price exc. VAT (Watts)* Polished Polished Aluminium Aluminium 874 £832 805 £761 805 £861 1266 £1,044 1266 £1,144 1523 £1,172 1523 £1,272 1523 £1,372

Ron with towel rails, output and prices, polished aluminium

Base part no. Height mm Length Depth mm (X) (Y) (Z) RON-6-624-TR1 600 624 170 RON-10-364-TR1 1000 364 170 RON-10-364-TR2 1000 364 170 RON-10-572-TR1 1000 572 170 RON-10-572-TR2 1000 572 170 RON-18-416-TR1 1800 416 170 RON-18-416-TR2 1800 416 170 RON-18-416-TR3 1800 416 170

Ron with towel rails, technical, all finishes Base part no. Water Volume Dry Pipe Bracket (litres) Weight Centres Centres (kg) (A) mm RON-6-624-TR1 5.2 24.3 n/a 468 RON-10-364-TR1 5.1 22.5 n/a 208 RON-10-364-TR2 5.1 23.5 n/a 208 RON-10-572-TR1 8.0 34.9 n/a 416 RON-10-572-TR2 8.0 36.0 n/a 416 RON-18-416-TR1 10.5 43.7 n/a 260 RON-18-416-TR2 10.5 44.7 n/a 260 RON-18-416-TR3 10.5 45.7 n/a 260

Distance top Centres top Centres 2nd of radiator to rail to 2nd rail to 3rd middle of top rail (C) mm rail (C) mm rail (B) mm 60 250 60 440 250 60 440 450 60 840 60 540 600

*All heat outputs are calculated in accordance with BS EN442. For an explanation of Delta T (Δt ) and to calculate performance at different Delta Ts please see the technical information on page 36. To convert Watts to BTU/hr multiply the figure shown above for watts by 3.412. Valves must be ordered separately. Test Pressure: 7.5 bar. Maximum Operating Pressure: 5 bar. Maximum Operating Temperature: 95ºC. Connections: 1/2” BSP Bottom (side of radiator) opposite end tappings - use angle valves for pipes coming from walls and also from the floor.

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Outline Get Up in Brushed Stainless Steel, with towel rail: radiator size H 2000mm x W 240mm x D 95mm

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Eskimo’s range of flat panel towel rail radiators are different: one warms your towels, the other heats your room. The twin functions of the design are not compromised by each other

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Outline with towel rails, central heating The problem with fitting most towel rails to heat your bathroom or kitchen is that they only provide their full heat output so long as you don’t hang towels on them. Hanging a towel over the bars of a towel rail is like putting a tea cosy on a tea pot – it keeps the heat in, meaning a cold bathroom. Eskimo’s towel rails are different – the towel rail on the front has a separate function to the radiator at the back – one warms your towels, the other heats your room. The twin functions of the design are not compromised by each other. Outline is a modular aluminium high output radiator with a separate stainless steel or powder coated steel front fascia panel

Available in a range of three standard heights and two standard depths – an infinite range of special sizes are available on request

Low water volume and diverter fitted as standard means rapid warm up and perfect for low temperature heating systems such as heat pumps

Two metal finishes plus a range of standard colours – special colours available on request

Available in electric and hot water versions

Other connection positions available - see page 34 for connection options Super high polished stainless steel finish gives near-perfect reflection* Hard wearing and easily cleaned Anti-mist

Twin function - acts as both a high performance radiator and a towel warmer. The matching flat bar towel rail is aesthetically and proportionately matched to the radiator

Outline with towel rails, central heating

Hidden valves can be specified so that the mirror panel appears to “float” just off the wall with the radiator function disguised. This will require the radiator front panel to be extended by 100mm – so you will need to add 100mm to the height of the radiator shown in the brochure. *There may be some distortion in the panel, particularly around the edges. It won’t therefore compete with a glass mirror for absolute perfection, but assuming you’re perfect to start with, we bet you could do with a couple of extra curves?

Bespoke sizes can be made to suit any space

Get up with towel rails, output and prices Base part no. 43100S-B-TR1 43100S-B-TR2 43100S-C-TR1 43100S-C-TR2 43180S-B-TR1 43180S-B-TR2 43180S-B-TR3 43180S-SM-TR1 43180S-C-TR1 43180S-C-TR2 43180S-C-TR3 43180D-B-TR1 43180D-B-TR2 43180D-B-TR3 43180D-C-TR1 43180D-C-TR2 43180D-C-TR3

Height mm (X) 1000 1000 1000 1000 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800 1800

Length mm (Y) 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430 430

Depth mm (Z) 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 95 95 95 95 95 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 888 888 888 888 1691 1691 1691 1691 1691 1691 1691 2959 2959 2959 2959 2959 2959

Items in bold are held in stock for quick delivery.

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 702 702 702 702 1336 1336 1336 1336 1336 1336 1336 2338 2338 2338 2338 2338 2338

Price exc. VAT £724 £776 £774 £826 £957 £1,009 £1,065 £1,170 £1,025 £1,077 £1,129 £1,111 £1,163 £1,215 £1,193 £1,245 £1,297

Finish Brushed Brushed Colour Colour Brushed Brushed Brushed Super Mirror Colour Colour (white in stock) Colour Brushed Brushed Brushed Colour Colour Colour

Get up with towel rails, technical

High heat outputs

*All heat outputs are calculated in accordance with BS EN442. For an explanation of Delta T (Δt ) and to calculate performance at different Delta Ts please see the technical information on page 36. To convert Watts to BTU/hr multiply the figure shown on page 11 for watts by 3.412. Valves must be ordered separately. Hidden manual valves are available for an additional £102 + VAT per radiator - see installation details and drawings on page 34. Thermostatic valves are not available as standard with this option. If thermostatic control is required with hidden valves please contact Eskimo Technical Sales. Towel hanging rails (5mmx 40mm bars) can be added to all outline radiators: £96 for the first rail, £52 for subsequent rails. Test Pressure: 7.5 bar. Maximum Operating Pressure: 5 bar. Maximum Operating Temperature: 95ºC. Connections: 1/2” BSP Bottom (underside of radiator) opposite end tappings - use angle valves for pipes coming from walls and straight valves for pipes coming up from floor.

Base part no. Water Dry Volume Weight (litres) (kg) 43100S-B-TR1 0.7 15.4 43100S-B-TR2 0.7 15.4 43100S-C-TR1 0.7 15.4 43100S-C-TR2 0.7 15.4 43180S-B-TR1 1.1 26.8 43180S-B-TR2 1.1 26.8 43180S-B-TR3 1.1 26.8 43180S-SM-TR1 1.1 26.8 43180S-C-TR1 1.1 26.8 43180S-C-TR2 1.1 26.8 43180S-C-TR3 1.1 26.8 43180D-B-TR1 1.7 38.1 43180D-B-TR2 1.7 38.1 43180D-B-TR3 1.7 38.1 43180D-C-TR1 1.7 38.1 43180D-C-TR2 1.7 38.1 43180D-C-TR3 1.7 38.1

Distance Pipe Distance Bracket Distance top of Centres top Centres Finish wall to Centres to pipe Centres radiator to middle rail to 2nd 2nd rail front (B) mm centre (D) mm of top rail rail (F) mm to 3rd of rail (C) mm (E) mm rail (A) mm (G) mm 120 364 49 279 70 Brushed 120 364 49 279 70 360 Brushed 120 364 49 279 70 Colour 120 364 49 279 70 360 Colour 120 364 49 279 420 Brushed 120 364 49 279 420 480 Brushed 120 364 49 279 420 420 420 Brushed 120 364 49 279 420 Super Mirror 120 364 49 279 420 Colour 120 364 49 279 420 480 Colour (white in stock) 120 364 49 279 420 420 420 Colour 165 364 72 294 420 Brushed 165 364 72 294 420 480 Brushed 165 364 72 294 420 420 420 Brushed 165 364 72 294 420 Colour 165 364 72 294 420 480 Colour 165 364 72 294 420 420 420 Colour

You square with towel rails, output and prices Base part no. 6060S-B-TR1 6060D-B-TR1 6060S-C-TR1 6060D-C-TR1

Height mm (X) 600 600 600 600

Length mm (Y) 600 600 600 600

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 730 1339 730 1339

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 577 1058 577 1058

Price exc. VAT £602 £776 £643 £831

Finish Brushed Brushed Colour (white in stock) Colour (white in stock)

You square with towel rails, technical Base part no. 6060S-B-TR1 6060D-B-TR1 6060S-C-TR1 6060D-C-TR1

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Outline Oblong in bespoke colour Champagne with one towel rail and hidden valves: radiator size H 600mm x W 800mm x D95mm

Water Volume (litres) 0.8 1.0 0.8 1.0

Dry Weight (kg) 13.4 18.9 13.4 18.9

Distance Wall to front of rail (A) mm 120 165 120 165

Pipe Centres (B) mm 534 534 534 534

Distance Wall to pipe centre (C) mm 49 72 49 72

Bracket Centres (D) mm 465 490 465 490

Distance top of Finish radiator to middle of top (E) mm 70 Brushed 70 Brushed 70 Colour (white in stock) 70 Colour (white in stock)

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Eskimo’s stationery inspired towel warmer

The electric Towelclip The paperclip deserves respect and admiration for its role in holding things together in the office and in our opinion it’s far superior to the staple. Indeed we love it so much we came up with a giant version that not only looks every bit as good as a paperclip (is there any greater accolade?) AND it also warms towels! Towelclip boasts low energy usage and is available in chrome. Towelclip won’t heat your bathroom though: its sole function (other than looking brilliant) is to warm towels, pants or anything else you hang on it. What that does mean is that you can leave it on all year round and it won’t make you sweat.

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Specifications: - Electric only - Height 250mm - Length 815mm - Depth 85mm - Rating 45 watts - Supply 230 volts - Suitable for bathroom use - For wiring into a fused spur - Stock item for next day delivery Price - £345 + Vat

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Eskimo Home

Leggy Ron, in RAL7016 Anthracite Grey: radiator size H 307mm x W1508mm x D110mm

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Eskimo’s range of elliptical aluminium radiators Eskimo’s Ron range crosses the boundary between contemporary and classic. Its styling cues include 1950’s aircraft technology and the traditional schoolhouse radiator. As a result it will happily sit with most interior schemes from ultra-modern to period. Ron is a modular aluminium high output radiator: allowing you to add as many sections as you need from 1 to 50 Available in a range of six standard heights. Fit long, low 200mm high versions underneath windows or shelving; or fit space saving 1.8m tall and narrow versions Three metal finishes plus a range of standard colours – special colours available on request Other connection positions available – see page 34 for connection options

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Ron, wall mounted, central heating Ron, wall mounted, output and prices, standard colours

Ron in RAL7002 Olive Grey: radiator size H 400mm x W 1976mm x D 110mm

Base part no. Height mm Length mm Depth mm (X) (Y) (Z) RON-2-1144 200 1144 110 RON-2-1508 200 1508 110 RON-4-624 400 624 110 RON-4-832 400 832 110 RON-4-1144 400 1144 110 RON-4-1508 400 1508 110 RON-6-624 600 624 110 RON-6-1144 600 1144 110 RON-6-1508 600 1508 110 RON-15-208 1500 208 110 RON-15-312 1500 312 110 RON-15-416 1500 416 110 RON-15-520 1500 520 110 RON-18-208 1800 208 110 RON-18-260 1800 260 110 RON-18-312 1800 312 110 RON-18-416 1800 416 110

Items in bold are held in stock for quick delivery.

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* Standard Colour 959 1264 974 1299 1786 2355 1382 2534 3341 1032 1548 2064 2580 1208 1510 1812 2416

Output at Δt 50°C Price exc. VAT (Watts)* Standard Colour Standard Colour 758 £898 999 £1,155 769 £616 1026 £813 1411 £1,083 1860 £1,390 1092 £765 2002 £1,338 2639 £1,719 815 £490 1223 £701 1631 £882 2038 £1,093 954 £585 1193 £694 1431 £802 1909 £1,048

Base part no. Height mm Length mm Depth mm (X) (Y) (Z) RON-2-1144 200 1144 110 RON-2-1508 200 1508 110 RON-4-624 400 624 110 RON-4-832 400 832 110 RON-4-1144 400 1144 110 RON-4-1508 400 1508 110 RON-6-624 600 624 110 RON-6-1144 600 1144 110 RON-6-1508 600 1508 110 RON-15-208 1500 208 110 RON-15-312 1500 312 110 RON-15-416 1500 416 110 RON-15-520 1500 520 110 RON-18-208 1800 208 110 RON-18-260 1800 260 110 RON-18-312 1800 312 110 RON-18-416 1800 416 110

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* All Metal Finishes (Polished/Matt/Gold) 767 1012 780 1039 1428 1884 1106 2028 2673 826 1238 1651 2064 964 1205 1446 1928

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* All Metal Finishes (Polished/Matt/Gold) 606 799 616 821 1129 1488 874 1602 2112 653 978 1304 1631 762 953 1142 1523

Ron, wall mounted, prices, metal finishes

Ron, wall mounted, technical

Ron, wall mounted, output, metal finishes

Ron in Matt Aluminium: radiator size H 1500mm x W 260mm x D110mm

Ron in Gold: radiator size H 400mm x W 1040 mm x D110mm

Ron in Polished Aluminium: radiator size H 600mm x W 416 mm x D110mm

Ron in Polished Aluminium: radiator size H 400mm x W 1040 mm x D110mm

*All heat outputs are calculated in accordance with BS EN442. For an explanation of Delta T (Δt) and to calculate performance at different Delta Ts please see the technical information on page 36. To convert Watts to BTU/hr multiply the figure shown above for watts by 3.412. Valves must be ordered separately. Test Pressure: 7.5 bar. Maximum Operating Pressure: 5 bar. Maximum Operating Temperature: 95ºC. Connections: 1/2” BSP Bottom (side of radiator) opposite end tappings - use angle valves for pipes coming from either the walls or up from the floor.

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Base part no. RON-2-1144 RON-2-1508 RON-4-624 RON-4-832 RON-4-1144 RON-4-1508 RON-6-624 RON-6-1144 RON-6-1508 RON-15-208 RON-15-312 RON-15-416 RON-15-520 RON-18-208 RON-18-260 RON-18-312 RON-18-416

Price exc. VAT Polished Aluminium £878 £1,129 £594 £784 £1,042 £1,334 £732 £1,274 £1,633 £505 £718 £901 £1,114 £605 £714 £824 £1,072

Price exc. VAT Price exc. VAT Water volume Matt Gold (litres) Aluminium £1,109 £1,209 3.0 £1,433 £1,562 3.9 £749 £816 3.4 £989 £1,079 4.5 £1,325 £1,444 6.2 £1,707 £1,861 8.2 £915 £997 5.2 £1,610 £1,775 9.5 £2,075 £2,262 12.5 £586 £639 4.4 £840 £915 6.6 £1,063 £1,159 8.7 £1,317 £1,435 10,9 £698 £761 4.4 £831 £906 5.5 £964 £1,051 6.6 £1,259 £1,373 8.7

Dry Pipe weight Centres (Kg) 17.8 n/a 23.5 n/a 16.5 n/a 22.0 n/a 30.3 n/a n/a 39.9 23.3 n/a 42.7 n/a 56.3 n/a 18.0 n/a 26.9 n/a 35.9 n/a 44.9 n/a 21.4 n/a 26.7 n/a 32.0 n/a 42.7 n/a

Bracket Centres (A) mm 1092 1456 572 780 1092 1456 572 1092 1456 156 260 364 468 156 208 260 364

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Eskimo’s Ron range can also stand on its own two (or three or four) feet Recognising that many installation situations require a floor mounted rather than a wall mounted radiator, we at Eskimo have released this version of our best selling Ron radiator.

Three metal finishes plus a range of standard colours

As a design, Ron, among modern radiators, is uniquely suited to floor mounting due to the fact that it is completely symmetrical without any superfluous parts at the back of the radiator to spoil the clean lines. It therefore lends itself to installation in any setting where both sides of the radiator are on show, such as in conservatories, or in shop or office windows.

Perfect for mounting in front of full length windows

Great for mounting under benches and seating, for warm winter bottoms

Ideal for rooms where sloping or curved walls prevent the use of wall mounted radiators An excellent way of avoiding damage to delicate wall coverings: from hanging radiators on expensive wallpapers, oak panelling in listed buildings or high skirting boards in period homes

Available in a range of three standard heights: 200mm, 400mm and 600mm

Leggy Ron in Polished Aluminium: radiator size H 307mm x W1508mm x D 110mm

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Leggy Ron, floor mounted, central heating Leggy Ron, floor mounted, output and prices, standard colours Base part no. Height mm Length mm Depth mm (X) (Y) (Z) RON-2-832-FM 200 832 110 RON-2-1144-FM 200 1144 110 RON-2-1508-FM 200 1508 110 RON-4-624-FM 400 624 110 RON-4-832-FM 400 832 110 RON-4-1092-FM 400 1092 110 RON-4-1508-FM 400 1508 110 RON-6-624-FM 600 624 110 RON-6-832-FM 600 832 110 RON-6-1092-FM 600 1092 110 RON-6-1508-FM 600 1508 110

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* Standard Colour 698 959 1264 974 1299 1705 2355 1382 1843 2419 3341

Output at Δt 50°C Price exc. VAT (Watts)* Standard Colour Standard Colour 551 £756 758 £993 999 £1,298 769 £711 1026 £908 1347 £1,175 1860 £1,533 1092 £860 1456 £1,125 1911 £1,404 2639 £1,909

Leggy Ron, floor mounted, output and prices, all finishes Base part no. Height mm Length mm Depth mm (X) (Y) (Z) RON-2-832-FM 200 832 110 RON-2-1144-FM 200 1144 110 RON-2-1508-FM 200 1508 110 RON-4-624-FM 400 624 110 RON-4-832-FM 400 832 110 RON-4-1092-FM 400 1092 110 RON-4-1508-FM 400 1508 110 RON-6-624-FM 600 624 110 RON-6-832-FM 600 832 110 RON-6-1092-FM 600 1092 110 RON-6-1508-FM 600 1508 110

Leggy Ron, floor mounted, prices, all finishes

Leggy Ron in RAL7016 Anthracite Grey: radiator size H 307mm x W1508mm x D110mm

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Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* All Metal Finishes (Polished, Matt, Gold) 558 767 1012 780 1039 1364 1884 1106 1475 2028 2673

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* All Metal Finishes (Polished, Matt, Gold) 441 606 799 616 821 1078 1488 874 1165 1602 2112

Leggy Ron, technical, all finishes

Base part no. Price exc. VAT Price exc. VAT Price exc. VAT No. of Water Dry Pipe Polished Matt Gold legs volume weight Centres Aluminium Aluminium (litres) (Kg) RON-2-832-FM £740 £934 £1,017 2 2.2 15.7 n/a RON-2-1144-FM £971 £1,228 £1,338 2 3.0 20.6 n/a RON-2-1508-FM £1,268 £1,611 £1,756 3 3.9 26.3 n/a RON-4-624-FM £687 £868 £945 2 3.4 19.3 n/a RON-4-832-FM £877 £1,108 £1,208 2 4.5 24.8 n/a RON-4-1092-FM £1,131 £1,441 £1,570 3 6.0 31.7 n/a RON-4-1508-FM £1,473 £1,885 £2,055 3 8.2 42.7 n/a RON-6-624-FM £687 £1,034 £1,126 2 5.2 26.1 n/a RON-6-832-FM £1,076 £1,300 £1,416 2 6.9 33.8 n/a RON-6-1092-FM £1,340 £1,699 £1,852 3 9.0 43.6 n/a RON-6-1508-FM £1,819 £2,253 £2,456 3 12.5 59.1 n/a

Total height from floor (A) mm 307 307 307 507 507 507 507 707 707 707 707

Fixing Centres (B) mm 780 1092 728 572 780 520 728 572 780 520 728

*All heat outputs are calculated in accordance with BS EN442. For an explanation of Delta T (Δt) and to calculate performance at different Delta Ts please see the technical information on page 36. To convert Watts to BTU/hr multiply the figure shown above for watts by 3.412. Valves must be ordered separately. Test Pressure: 7.5 bar. Maximum Operating Pressure: 5 bar. Maximum Operating Temperature: 95ºC. Connections: 1/2” BSP Bottom (inside of radiator feet) opposite end tappings - use corner valves for pipes coming up from the floor. Fixings: 4 off M8 expanding bolts (RAWL type) are provided with the radiator, suitable for concrete floors. For other floor types the installer will need to ensure that adequate fixing strength is acheived. Any fixings used must be suitable for the weight and height of the radiator and capable of preventing the radiator from being pushed over in normal use. If in doubt consult a qualified engineer. 23


Eskimo’s range of flat panel radiators – the original flat panel design for lovers of clean lines Outline is a modular aluminium, high output radiator with a separate stainless steel or powder coated steel front fascia panel Available in two standard depths and 25 standard sizes Bespoke sizes available – we make Outline radiators to the nearest millimetre to fit odd spaces and match existing pipe centres, reducing installation costs Two metal finishes plus a range of standard colours – special colours available on request Other connection positions available including hidden valves Super high polished stainless steel finish gives near-perfect reflection on mirror option* Hard wearing and easily cleaned Outline You Square in bespoke colour Chocolate: radiator size H 600mm x W 600mm x D95mm

Outline Get Up in Brushed Stainless Steel: radiator size H 1800mm x W 430mm x D95mm

Anti-mist High heat outputs Low water volume and diverter fitted as standard means rapid warm up and perfect for low temperature heating systems such as heat pumps Available in electric and hot water versions Hidden valves can be specified so that the mirror panel appears to “float” just off the wall with the radiator function disguised. This will require the radiator front panel to be extended by 100mm – so you will need to add 100mm to the height of the radiator shown in the brochure Twin function with optional factory fitted towel rails added: acts as a high performance radiator and towel warmer. The matching flat bar towel rail is aesthetically and proportionately matched to the radiator *There may be some distortion in the panel, particularly around the edges. It won’t therefore compete with a glass mirror for absolute perfection, but assuming you’re perfect to start with, we bet you could do with a couple of extra curves?

Outline Super Mirror Get Up: radiator size H 1500mm x W 430mm x D50mm Outline Lie Down in Brushed Stainless Steel, with special side connections: radiator size H 240mm x W 2000mm x D95mm

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Outline, central heating

Outline, central heating

Get up, output and prices, brushed stainless Base part no. 24150S 24150D 43100S 43100D 43180S 43180D

Height mm (X) 1500 1500 1000 1000 1800 1800

Length mm (Y) 240 240 430 430 430 430

Items in bold are held in stock for quick delivery.

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 95 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 695 1390 888 1554 1691 2959

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 549 1098 702 1228 1336 2338

Price exc. VAT Brushed Stainless £542 £633 £628 £729 £861 £1,015

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 95 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 695 1390 888 1554 1691 2959

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 549 1098 702 1228 1336 2338

Price exc. VAT Super Mirror £644 £751 £746 £866 £1,022 £1,202

Get up, output and prices, super mirror Base part no. 24150S 24150D 43100S 43100D 43180S 43180D

Height mm (X) 1500 1500 1000 1000 1800 1800

Length mm (Y) 240 240 430 430 430 430

Height mm (X) 1500 1500 1000 1000 1800 1800

Length mm (Y) 240 240 430 430 430 430

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 95 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 695 1390 888 1554 1691 2959

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 549 1098 702 1228 1336 2338

Price exc. VAT Standard Colour £586 £683 £678 £788 £929 £1,097

Get up, technical, all finishes Base part no. Water Dry Volume Weight (litres) (kg) 24150S 0.5 13.0 24150D 0.8 19.7 43100S 0.7 15.4 43100D 1.0 21.5 43180S 1.1 26.8 43180D 1.7 38.1

Base part no. 12060S 12060D

Height mm (X) 600 600

Length mm (Y) 1200 1200

Items in bold are held in stock for quick delivery.

Depth mm (Z) 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 1667 3334

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 1317 2634

Price exc. VAT Brushed Stainless £793 £1,077

Depth mm (Z) 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 1667 3334

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 1317 2634

Price exc. VAT Super Mirror £942 £1,279

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 1667 3334

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 1317 2634

Price exc. VAT Standard Colour £857 £1,162

Distance wall to pipe centre (C) mm 49 72

Bracket centres (D) mm 341 359

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 577 1058 1086 2037

Price exc. VAT Brushed Stainless £506 £680 £720 £902

Oblong, output and prices, super mirror Base part no. 12060S 12060D

Height mm (X) 600 600

Length mm (Y) 1200 1200

Oblong, output and prices, standard colours Base part no. 12060S 12060D

Height mm (X) 600 600

Length mm (Y) 1200 1200

Depth mm (Z) 50 95

Oblong, technical, all finishes

Get up, output and prices, standard colours Base part no. 24150S 24150D 43100S 43100D 43180S 43180D

Oblong, output and prices, brushed stainless

Distance Pipe wall to Centres front face (B) mm (A) mm 75 174 120 174 75 364 120 364 75 364 120 364

Distance wall to pipe centre (C) mm 49 72 49 72 49 72

Bracket Centres (D) mm 93 147 279 294 279 294

Base part no. Water Volume Dry Weight (litres) (kg) 12060S 1.6 25.5 12060D 2.1 37.1

Distance Pipe Centres wall to front (B) mm face (A) mm 75 1134 120 1134

You Square, output and prices, brushed stainless Base part no. 6060S 6060D 8080S 8080D

Height mm (X) 600 600 800 800

Length mm (Y) 600 600 800 800

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 730 1339 1375 2578

You Square, output and prices, super mirror and standard colours Base part no. 6060S 6060D 8080S 8080D

Height mm (X) 600 600 800 800

Length mm (Y) 600 600 800 800

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 730 1339 1375 2578

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 577 1058 1086 2037

Price exc. VAT Super Mirror £602 £809 £855 £1,072

Price exc. VAT Standard Colour £547 £735 £777 £974

You Square, technical, all finishes Base part no. Water Volume Dry Weight (litres) (kg) 6060S 0.8 13.4 6060D 1.0 18.9 8080S 1.2 22.6 8080D 1.7 33.1

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Distance Pipe Centres wall to front (B) mm face (A) mm 75 534 120 534 75 734 120 734

Distance wall to pipe centre (C) mm 49 72 49 72

Bracket Centre (D) mm 465 490 651 686

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Outline, central heating Lie Down, output and prices, brushed stainless Base part no. 15024S 15024D 15043S 15043D 20043S 20043D

Height mm (X) 240 240 430 430 430 430

Length mm (Y) 1500 1500 1500 1500 2000 2000

Depth mm (Z) 50 95 50 95 50 95

Output at Δt 60°C (Watts)* 471 910 1186 2292 1660 3082

Output at Δt 50°C (Watts)* 372 719 937 1811 1311 2435

Price exc. VAT Brushed Stainless £673 £873 £847 £1,095 £1,052 £1,414

Lie Down, output and prices, super mirror and standard colours Base part no. Height Length Depth Output at Δt 60°C Output at Δt 50°C Price exc. VAT mm (X) mm (Y) mm (Z) (Watts)* (Watts)* Brushed stainless 15024S 240 1500 50 471 372 £673 15024D 240 1500 95 910 719 £873 15043S 430 1500 50 1186 937 £847 15043D 430 1500 95 2292 1811 £1,095 20043S 430 2000 50 1660 1311 £1,052 20043D 430 2000 95 3082 2435 £1,414

Price exc. VAT Super Mirror £799 £1,038 £1,006 £1,300 £1,251 £1,681

Price exc. VAT Standard Colour £726 £944 £914 £1,182 £1,137 £1,528

Outline You Square in brushed stainless: radiator size H 600mm x W 600mm x D95mm

Lie Down, technical, all finishes Base part no. Water Volume Dry Weight (litres) (kg) 15024S 1.3 13.5 15024D 1.4 18.1 15043S 1.6 22.9 15043D 2.1 32.8 20043S 2.2 31.0 20043D 2.8 43.7

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Distance Pipe Centres wall to front (B) mm face (A) mm 75 1434 120 1434 75 1434 120 1434 75 1934 120 1934

Distance wall to pipe centre (C) mm 49 72 49 72 49 72

Bracket Centres (D) mm 651 651 651 686 465 490

*All heat outputs are calculated in accordance with BS EN442. For an explanation of Delta T (Δt ) and to calculate performance at different Delta Ts please see the technical information on page 36. To convert Watts to BTU/hr multiply the figure shown above for watts by 3.412. Valves must be ordered separately. Hidden manual valves are available for an additional £102 + VAT per radiator - see installation details and drawings on page 34 - thermostatic valves are not available as standard with this option. If thermostatic control is required with hidden valves please contact Eskimo technical sales. Towel hanging rails (5mmx 40mm strips) can be added to all mirror radiators: £96 for the first rail, £52 for subsequent rails. Test Pressure: 7.5 bar. Maximum Operating Pressure: 5 bar. Maximum Operating Temperature: 95ºC. Connections: 1/2” BSP Bottom (underside of radiator) opposite end tappings - use angle valves for pipes coming from walls and straight valves for pipes coming up from the floor.

Outline Get Up in Super Mirror: radiator size H 1500mm x W 430mm x D50mm

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Colours, finishes and taking care of your Eskimo Eskimo radiators are available in a huge range of finishes. Since our aim is to manufacture the world’s most beautiful radiators, our quality of finish is everything: so here are more details on the finishes we produce and how we achieve the standards upon which our reputation was built

Metal finishes Brushed stainless steel We use brushed stainless steel for our Outline radiator panels. The brushing is carried out on a grade which is compatible with most brushed stainless used in kitchens. It is also perfect for producing a sleek, industrial feel to an interior scheme. Super Mirror stainless steel For our mirror finish radiators, Eskimo exclusively uses Super Mirror stainless steel from Rimex Metals. Rimex’s Super Mirror is as near a perfect polish that can be produced on stainless steel and has a perfect reflective quality. Unlike a glass mirror, Super Mirror can be used in food preparation, ceiling and high traffic areas because it will not shatter. There really is no other mirror stainless like it. However, as it is a sheet product, unlike a glass mirror there may be some distortion in the panel, particularly around the edges. It won’t therefore compete with a glass mirror for absolute perfection, but assuming you’re perfect to start with, we bet you could do with a couple of extra curves?

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Polished Aluminium Our Ron radiator sections are all polished in-house. Polishing a product of this scale and shape is a highly skilled job which involves running each Ron section by hand over a series of increasingly finer abrasive polishing wheels, ultimately seeking to take out practically all visible blemishes and marks. Eskimo’s polished finish is second to none. Matt aluminium The matt aluminium finish applied to our Ron radiator range is an anodised finish. Firstly each Ron section is polished as described above, then chemically etched and finally anodised to give a matt appearance that is durable and sleek. This entire process is carried out in our in-house anodising facility. Gold This an alternative anodised finish, again conducted entirely in-house. The gold colour is achieved through the use of a dye applied as part of the anodising process. This gives a slightly translucent lustre that will only be achieved with a true metallic product and cannot be matched by any painting process.

Caring for metal finishes All of these metal finishes are pretty hard wearing, but all of them will benefit from an occasional clean with nothing more than soapy water. To remove any streaks or stains from our polished finishes we can supply specialist cleaning cloths – please contact our sales department. Brushed stainless steel radiators also benefit from the application of a little baby oil to prevent finger marking. Apply this with a lint free cloth. If your radiator is inadvertently scratched in service we do have tips on how minor scratches can be removed depending upon the finish. However it’s best to call our technical department for a discussion on the best products and methods to use before attempting a repair.

Colours All coloured finishes are applied in-house at our own powder coating facility. Other manufacturer’s radiators are usually wet sprayed with liquid paint - this doesn’t offer anything like the same durability or thickness of coating that powder coating achieves. Powder coating is a polymer coating that is applied as a dry powder and then cured at high temperature to form a hard finish that is much tougher than conventional paint. Powder coating also has the advantage that it emits zero or near zero volatile organic compounds (VOCs which can be harmful to health) – particularly important when a product is going to be heated in the home. All radiator parts that we powder coat are pre-treated to improve adhesion and corrosion resistance, meaning many, many years of trouble free service. Our facility is accredited by the world’s leading powder suppliers to ensure the optimum product quality is consistently achieved.

Any powder coating is, however, only as good as the powder used, so Eskimo specify powders from IGP Pulvertechnik AG. In our opinion Swiss manufacturers IGP produce the best powders on the market, most commonly used in demanding exterior applications. IGP have also developed an innovative easy-clean technology called IGP-DURA®clean. IGP-DURA®clean coatings possess a hydrophobic surface. Particles of dirt cannot easily adhere to the surface of the coating and are beaded away by water. As this is applied as part of the coating, the effect is permanent. This dirt repellence means less frequent and much easier cleaning. It also provides a coating that will withstand repeated cleaning better – all you need is the occasional sponge and soapy water. Eskimo are the only radiator manufacturers to use IGP-DURA®clean powders.

Eskimo have selected a range of standard colours that we hold in stock, and which are included in the standard price list. All other RAL colours are available as well as colours from other classification systems – we also offer a colour matching service. Prices for non standard colours and colour matching are available on application.

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Eskimo radiator colour collection Please note: due to the limitations of the printing process, the colours shown here are not exact representations. To see precise colour representation, please ask your showroom to show you a RAL colour chart. Alternatively, we are very happy to provide a colour swatch at additional cost. Contact details: www.eskimodesign.co.uk - 0207 117 0110

YELLOWS AND CREAMS

RAL 9001 CREAM

RAL 1015 LIGHT IVORY

ORANGES

RAL 2011 DEEP ORANGE

REDS

BLUES

GREENS

RAL 3002 CARMINE RED

RAL 5013 COBALT BLUE

RAL 3004 PURPLE RED

RAL 5024 PASTEL BLUE

GREYS & BROWNS

RAL 7002 OLIVE GREY

WHITES & BLACKS

METAL FINISHES

RAL 7006 BEIGE GREY

RAL 9002 GREY WHITE

MATT ALUMINIUM

RAL 7012 BASALT GREY

RAL 9003 SIGNAL WHITE

POLISHED ALUMINIUM

RAL 3007 BLACK RED

RAL 7015 SLATE GREY

RAL 9005 JET BLACK

ESKIMO GOLD

RAL 3015 LIGHT PINK

RAL 7016 ANTHRACITE GREY

RAL 9010 PURE WHITE

BRUSHED STAINLESS

RAL 3016 CORAL RED

RAL 7026 GRANITE GREY

RAL 3027 RASPBERRY RED

RAL 7030 STONE GREY

RAL 4004 CLARET VIOLET

RAL 7040 WINDOW GREY

SUPERMIRROR

RAL 8017 CHOCOLATE BROWN

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Technical data

Frequently Asked Questions

Non standard connection positions Both Outline and Ron radiators can be specified with alternative connection positions at additional cost – please contact the Eskimo sales department for details. See www.eskimodesign.co.uk for contact details.

Installation steps after fixing brackets to the wall and installing pipework and leaving stub pipes projecting from wall with a 90º angle pointing horizontally outwards towards the sides of the radiator as shown on the drawing:

Outline radiators: hidden valve installation details

1. With the radiator off the wall fit ½” BSP to ½” BSPT brass adaptors to radiator taper (BSPT) ends into the radiator using PTFE tape and/or a suitable thread sealant. Tighten.

With Outline radiators it is possible to have completely hidden manual valves. This is an optional extra that must be specified at the time of ordering. It is not possible to fit thermostatic valves with this option, so if thermostatic control is required this must be installed separately, either via a dedicated room thermostat or via remotely sited thermostatic valves. Discuss the options with your installer and/or call the Eskimo technical department for advice. See www.eskimodesign.co.uk for contact details.

2. Fit flexible hoses (end with rubber seal) to ½” BSP male brass adaptor end now projecting from radiator after step 1. Tighten. 3. Move radiator close enough to wall to allow flexible hose end to reach stub pipe. 4. Fit compression end to 15mm stub pipes projecting from wall ideally with valve facing downwards so that valve can be operated from underneath radiator.

With this option the radiator front panel will be extended by 100mm in height in order to hide the valves and flexible hoses included with the radiator, and this should be accounted for when working out radiator size selection. Installation details are shown on fig. 1 to assist with planning – this is not intended to provide a precise specification of pipe positions but as guidance only to help you decide if hidden valves are possible in your installation.

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fig. 1

5. Provided the radiator is to be installed far enough off the floor so that the valve can be accessed with a flat head screwdriver from underneath, the radiator can now be mounted on the wall, filled, vented and balanced in accordance with installation instructions. 6. If the radiator is to be mounted too close to the floor to allow access to the valves with a screwdriver the radiator will need to be filled, vented and balanced via the valves prior to being lifted onto the brackets (Option 5 is very much preferable). At no stage during the installation process should the flexible hoses be put under strain, crushed or bent through an angle tight enough to cause the hose to collapse, as this could cause damage to the hoses or associated pipework.

Q. How do I choose the size of my radiator? A. Firstly, ask your plumber to calculate the heat requirement of the room(s) in question or follow the steps in our heat requirement calculator on our website (we can also email you this as a spreadsheet). Then decide whereabouts you want the radiator and what shape it ought to be. Then look through the price lists to see what options you have in terms of size and finish – we also have a further 300 standard sizes, 6 standard finishes and an infinite variety of special sizes and finishes. You’ll find masses of options, so please call Eskimo if you’d like assistance. Q. Are Eskimo radiators compatible with my existing heating system? A. Yes, Eskimo radiators are designed for use with any central heating system, in any combination of shapes or sizes, and with anybody else’s radiators installed in other parts of the system. The connections are British Standard Pipe connections, which despite the name, are used on all radiators throughout Europe. Eskimo radiators have been used in locations as diverse as New York, Casablanca, Little Snoring and Irkutsk in Siberia. As for our electric radiators – again they are compatible with all systems throughout Europe and we can also supply 120v 60hz versions for use in North America. Q. Should I change all of my radiators at once or can I do them one at a time? A. Whichever suits your site best – Eskimo radiators will work happily as a single feature radiator or as the

only style of radiator throughout a site. If one radiator only is changed, then the system might require balancing to ensure an equal flow of water to each radiator, but your plumber will do this. If you are installing yourself then see the technical help page on balancing found on our website. Q. Should I keep the radiators in the current position or can I move them somewhere else in the room? A. You can move them anywhere you like, but consider these points: if you keep the radiator in the current position it will reduce installation costs. Eskimo are the only company who offer radiators tailor made to the nearest millimetre – if you give us your current pipe measurements (centre to centre) we will make a radiator that matches those precisely, reducing installation costs hugely. If you have a traditional property with single glazing then fitting the radiators under the windows makes sense, as the cold air dropping from the window is heated by the radiator, cancelling out cold draughts.If you have a modern building or good double glazing, then you can site the radiator in any position and in whatever format (long and low, tall and narrow etc) you fancy. Q. Is there anywhere I shouldn’t put a radiator? A. Absolutely, but in terms of installation in a room, think about the movement of air through the radiator. All Eskimo radiators require air to move freely into (from underneath) and out of (above) the radiator. In practice this means that you should allow 100mm above

and 100mm below the radiator without any obstructions such as skirting, shelves etc if you want to achieve full performance. If mounting the radiator in a purpose built alcove allow 100mm above and below the radiator, while the sides can be within about 25mm of the alcove wall provided the effects of heat are considered in the construction. Q. How long will my radiator take to make? A. All Eskimo radiators are made to order at our factory in Birmingham, UK, and the maximum lead time is 6 weeks, order to delivery. Q. Is there anything I can do to speed the process up? A. Yes, you can have all the pipework and valves installed, flooring laid, decoration finished etc. Then, when the radiator is ready, it’s just a case of mounting it on the wall and connecting the valves to the radiator. Pipe connection positions are available on the relevant installation instructions on our website, or from Eskimo direct. We’ve done this for hundreds of installations and it’s easy. Q. Are Eskimo radiators efficient? A. Yes, Eskimo radiators have uniquely high heat outputs for a given size of radiator – they therefore use less material to deliver the same power. However, they will cost the same amount to run as any other radiator, as all a radiator does is replaces the heat lost through the fabric of the building – it can’t make that building lose any less heat. So the running cost is a feature of how well insulated the building is (how much heat it loses) not how much heat the radiator gives out. 35


Delta T

Delta T (Δt ) is the difference between the desired ambient air temperature in the room (if in doubt use 20ºC) and the mean water temperature in the radiator. To calculate the mean water temperature in the radiator, add the water temperature at the inlet to the radiator to the water temperature at the outlet from the radiator and divide by 2. As an example: You wish to have an ambient air temperature of 21ºC in your bathroom. The water coming in to the radiator is at 50ºC, by the time it’s passed through the radiator it is down to 42ºC. The mean water temperature is therefore (50+42)/2 = 46ºC. To calculate the Delta T, subtract 21 from 46; the Delta T is therefore 25ºC. Delta Ts of 60ºC and 50ºC are shown in the price lists. If your Delta T is not 60ºC or 50ºC then you will need to apply a correction factor to the heat outputs shown in the price lists - see the list of correction factors alongside. ALL SALES AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION ARE SUBJECT TO ESKIMO STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS, COPIES OF WHICH ARE AVAILABLE ON THE WEBSITE www.eskimodesign.co.uk

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Δt ºC 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

Correction Factor 0.24 0.26 0.27 0.29 0.30 0.32 0.34 0,35 0.37 0.39 0.41 0.42 0.44 0.46 0.48 0.50 0.51 0.53 0.55 0.57 0.59 0.61 0.63 0.65 0.67 0.69 0.71 0.73 0.75 0.77 0.79 0.81 0.83 0.85

Δt ºC 54 54.5 55 55.5 56 56.5 57 57.5 58 58.5 59 59.5 60 60.5 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Correction Factor 0.87 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.91 0.92 0.94 0.95 0.96 0.97 0.98 0.99 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.04 1.07 1.09 1.11 1.13 1.15 1.18 1.20 1.22 1.24 1.27 1.29 1.31 1.34 1.36 1.38 1.41 1.43 1.45


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