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Compliment Your Home With Como
Smaller than our other ranges of Towel Rail Radiators, these elegantly designed handrails will keep your room warm, while adding sheen with their robust yet attractive brushed steel exteriors. The rust-free compounds they are made of makes them ideal for hanging out your laundry, wet towels, or dish cloths. It doesn’t matter if you get these wet, they will maintain their excellent exterior and are easy to wipe down to clean off. The steel build makes them lightweight, robustly durable and a pleasant addition to any room.
The Como Radiator from Stelrad is a welcome commodity to your interior design collection. The stainless-steel, rectangular shaped tubes will modernise your room, adding an angular dimension to a once flat feature. All of the Como Radiator range are a width of 500mm, with heights spanning from 750mm – 1550mm, meaning you can maintain the accessibility of a somewhat slim radiator style, regardless of the height option you choose. If you are unsure what the right fit is for you, we are here to help. Check out our Radiator Size Search Calculator, where we add up the pros and cons for you, when choosing your new Como Radiator. Additionally, we realise that heat output is an important factor to consider when deciding upon your new radiator purchase. See our BTU Heat Loss Calculator, and weigh up the options before making your purchase decision. See our other ranges of Vertical Radiators and Bathroom Radiators throughout our website, as well as checking out all Radiators, like our Column Radiators and other models from our Designer Series.
Como Radiators UK – FAQs
Do You Need To Bleed A Como Radiator?
Like all towel rails and towel rail radiators, bleeding your Como Radiator once a year will be enough to maintain it to its full potential. Aside from the annual bleed, we would also recommend bleeding your Como Radiator after you make any modifications, when you remove it from the mounted position or when any repairs are made to it. If your Como Radiator feels cold at the top, this is a sign for your radiator needs bleeding.
How Do You Control A Como Radiator?
Turning on your Como Radiator is a simple process. Turn on the central heating, turn the valve, and your Como radiator will be good to go, heating up in a matter of seconds. Turning it clockwise will turn it off, while turning it anticlockwise will turn it back on. Como Radiators from Stelrad are guaranteed to perform to a maximum working pressure of 4 bar, and conform to BS EN 442, the European Standard for radiators.
If you have any more questions regarding Como Radiators, or any of our other radiator ranges, please see our FAQs page, or alternatively, contact us here, where we will get back to you as quickly as we can.