What is BTU?
BTU stands for British Thermal Unit and is a measurement of the heat content for fuels or energy sources. It is the quantity of heat that is required to increase the temperature of one pound of liquid by 1 degree Fahrenheit at the temperature that water has its greatest density.
All of our radiators are measured in Δ(Delta)50, with the exclusion of Reina radiators which are measured in Δ(Delta)70.
Configuration Terms Explained
P1 – Also known as Type 10 (T10), Single Panel, P10 or V10
Is a radiator with a single panel without any convectors
P2 – Also known as Type 20 (T20), Double Panel or V20
Is a radiator with two panels with no convectors
P+ – Also known as Type 21 (T21) or H21
Is a radiator with two panels with a single set of convectors
K1 – Also known as Type 11 (T11) or H11 or SG
Is a radiator with one panels with one sets of convectors
K2 – Also known as Type 22 (T22) or H22 or DG
Is a radiator with two panels with two sets of convectors
K3 – Also known as Type 33 (T33)
Is a radiator with three panels with three sets of convectors