Piccadilly 2 Column Cast Iron Radiator - 660mm High - 3 Sections

Quickfind Code: 76592 SKU: PIC-660-03
Piccadilly Cast Iron Radiator - 660mm High Piccadilly Cast Iron Radiator - 660mm High
  • Piccadilly Cast Iron Radiator - 660mm High
  • Piccadilly Cast Iron Radiator - 660mm High - Side View
  • Piccadilly Cast Iron Radiator - 660mm High - Front View
  • Piccadilly Cast Iron Radiator - 660mm High - Polished View
  • If no colour is saved we will send a natural cast painted radiator
Number of Sections
£278.00
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If you order before 2pm your order will be delivered between Thursday, 25th August - Tuesday, 30th August
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The Piccadilly decorative Cast Iron Radiator

A 19th-century Celtic masterpiece that stirs your emotions and oozes intrigue

The Piccadilly is a decorative cast iron radiator that flaunts flowing Celtic ribbons that are intertwined with leaves and crowned with scrolls. Originally manufactured by the American Radiator Company, circa 1880, this magnificent cast iron radiator is often found in churches, due to its distinctive and unusual Celtic design.

The Piccadilly cast iron radiator lends itself to our hand-painted highlight effect or our antiqued paint options. The Piccadilly is a stunning complement to both modern and period homes.

No. Of SectionsLength mmBTU'sWatts
3 247 1332 390
4 318 1776 521
5 389 2221 651
6 460 2665 781
7 531 3109 911
8 602 3553 1041
9 673 3997 1171
10 744 4441 1302
11 815 4885 1432
12 886 5329 1562
13 957 5773 1692
14 1028 6217 1822
15 1099 6662 1952
16 1170 7106 2083

Listed at Delta T60.

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PIC-660-03 Reference
In Stock Stock Level
Material Cast Iron
Height 660mm
BTU Output 444 Per Section
Watts Output 130 Per Section
Orientation Horizontal
Projection 185mm
Guarantee 10 Years
Socket Width ½" BSP
Model Piccadilly

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This is just a guide for reference only, rooms may require more than one radiator. If this applies to you, divide the required output between the number of radiators required. All figures given are for Delta T 50°