Montpellier 2 Column Cast Iron Radiator - 590mm High - 3 Sections

Quickfind Code: 61622 SKU: MONT-590-03
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£259.00
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The Montpellier Old Style Cast Iron Radiator

Inspired by the daring simplicity of daisies to bring beauty to any room

The Montpellier old style cast iron radiator, also known as the “daisy radiator”, is an alluring decorative style cast iron radiator. The Montpellier’s origins lie in France in the late 1890’s. The seductive design emits romance with its delicate daisy and ribbons pattern, which flows from the ornate foot of the radiator to the top.

The Montpellier lends itself well to a hand-painted highlight finish or a hand-polish effect, which only serves to accentuate and add more charm to this cast iron radiator – a genuinely captivating centrepiece for any room.

No. Of SectionsLength mmBTU'sWatts
3 249 864 252
4 320 1152 336
5 392 1440 420
6 464 1728 504
7 535 2016 588
8 607 2304 672
9 678 2592 756
10 750 2880 840
11 822 3168 924
12 893 3456 1008
13 965 3744 1092
14 1036 4032 1176
15 1108 4320 1260
16 1180 4608 1344

Listed at Delta T50.

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MONT-590-03 Reference
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Material Cast Iron
Height 760mm
BTU Output 288 Per Section
Watts Output 84 Per Section
Orientation Horizontal
Projection 180mm
Guarantee 10 Years
Socket Width ½" BSP
Model Montpelier

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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°