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Hi Guys,
Just about to take in a tenant on Thursday and a radiator has burst.

The existing one is under a window its a double -400mm high x 3 metres long.

I am in North East Manchester - does anyone have any suggestions for a quick supply?

Quick look shows most 'off the shelf' are 2metres max

Thanks
 

ShaunCorbs

Staff member
S. Mod
Plumber
Gas Engineer
Agree with the above and just link them together with some chrome male irons and some chrome tube
 
It is indeed a 10 foot double/no fins.
Looks like the tenants will have to live with an electric heater in that room for a while.
Thanks to all, and for the links which should fit the bill nicely, just waiting for my plumber now.
Appreciate your time.
 

snowhead

Esteemed
Plumber
The output of single panel with fins isn't far away from double without fins, so a modern single with fins should do.

Although if the plumber does the heat loss calculations for the room, it may end up smaller than the original.
 
The output of single panel with fins isn't far away from double without fins, so a modern single with fins should do.

Although if the plumber does the heat loss calculations for the room, it may end up smaller than the original.
Thanks for that - yes not a lot in it on the BTU's, but plumber advised for a double, so pipe work would be same distance from wall. Cheers
 

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