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Stelrad combines the most sophisticated production resources in Europe with substantial investment in testing and verification of performance data, which has helped us create high output radiators delivering heating performance that exceed expectation.
We also want to exceed expectations when it comes to customer service, and our experts are on hand to support and understand your technical specification needs.
To contact our Aftersales team call 01709 572299.
Please see our full Warranty Statement here
The Optia is available in Metallic Grey (BR0007) as standard.
The colours shown are reproduced as accurately as this process will allow to the exact colour.
Please note: When choosing a colour only the front fascia panel can be coloured. Emitter, top grille and side panels are black.
A sensational new concept in space heating, the Optia is designed by Pietro Facheris and has a stunning appearance.
Affectionately known as the ‘boat’, the Optia has excellent heat output, together with shelving to stack towels.
Finished in cool metallic grey and available in different sizes and outputs, the Optia offers excellent performance and is a functional towel warmer.
Every radiator comes wrapped in robust, practical packaging that will keep the product pristine, right through to handover. Protective through storage and transit, the new packaging design also allows for installation prior to removal.
Strictly controlled independent laboratory testing ensures that all Stelrad radiators are guaranteed to perform to a maximum working pressure of 72.5 psi (5 bar), and conform to BS EN 442, the European Standard for radiators.
You can follow the simple step by step instructions by using the following link to download the ‘How to bleed a radiator’ advice sheet or click here to watch a short video on how to bleed a Stelrad radiator.