365mm(w) x 1800mm(h) "Thor" Anthracite Vertical Aluminium Mirror Radiator

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365mm(w) x 1800mm(h) "Thor" Anthracite Vertical Aluminium Mirror Radiator
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  • 365mm(w) x 1800mm(h) "Thor" Anthracite Vertical Aluminium Mirror Radiator
  • 365mm(w) x 1800mm(h) "Thor" Anthracite Vertical Aluminium Mirror Radiator

The Thor aluminium vertical designer radiator is a practical solution for a variety of roomsets, offering a stylish and efficient heating solution.

£259.00
VAT included
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Data sheet

Height (mm)
1800mm
Width (mm)
365mm
Outer Finish
Anthracite Powder Coating
Material
Aluminium
Design
Thor
Output BTUs
3025
Output Watts
807
Tube Bar Pattern
3 Aluminium Sections (Central Section has a 125mm (w) Central Mirror)
Accessories
Wall Fixing Kit, Bleed Valve & Blank Plug
Guarantee
10 Years
Projection
70mm
Pipe Centres
365mm plus valve widths
Pipe connection (mm)
1/2" BSP
Fuel Type
Central Heating
Brand
NWT Direct NWT Direct

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THOR Aluminium Vertical Mirror Radiators - 365mm(w) x 1800mm(h)

"The Thor aluminium vertical designer mirror radiator is a practical solution for a variety of roomsets, offering a stylish and efficient heating solution with the added benefit of a central mirror design." 

(4 Available Finishes)

- White
- Anthracite
- Bronze
- Pewter

  • This sleek and stylish radiator features three flat panels which take up minimal floor space and look ultra contemporary.
  • The range has been given a fresh and stylish powder coat finish which also protects the surface from damage.
  • An hourly heat output of this radiator is a superb 3025 BTUs which will effortlessly fill your space with warmth and comfort.
  • This radiator can also be used in bathroom, bedrroms, hallways and kitchens alike.


Measuring 365mm(w) x 1800mm(h) this tall and slim radiator makes great use of space. It is made from lightweight but robust aluminium ideal for plasterboard walls.

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°