Saint Paul Cast Iron Radiator - 800mm High - 3 Sections

Quickfind Code: 39003 SKU: STP-800-03
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The Saint Paul Cast Iron Radiator

Dramatic yet charismatic – Meet the Saint Paul, a work of art in iron

The Saint Paul cast iron radiator is a stunning example of skilled craftsmanship. Originally designed for the American Radiator Company, circa 1842, it was described as “a work of art in iron”. With an intricate ornate design of cherubs, dragons and lions intertwined with vines, this cast iron radiator generates feelings of wonderment.

The Saint Paul comes to life when choosing our antiqued or highlights paint effects and attracts even more attention with a hand polished finish. The Saint Paul is a genuinely unique and memorable masterpiece.

No. Of SectionsLength mmBTU'sWatts
3 217 1506 441
4 279 2008 589
5 340 2511 736
6 401 3013 883
7 463 3515 1030
8 524 4017 1177
9 585 4519 1324
10 646 5021 1472
11 707 5523 1619
12 768 6025 1766
13 829 6528 1913
14 891 7030 2060
15 952 7532 2207
16 1013 8034 2355
17 1074 8536 2502
18 1135 9038 2649
19 1196 9540 2796

Listed at Delta T60.

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STP-800-03 Reference
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Material Cast Iron
Height 800mm
BTU Output 502 Per Section
Watts Output 147 Per Section
Orientation Horizontal
Projection 200mm
Guarantee 10 Years
Socket Width ½" BSP
Model Saint Paul

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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°