Cast Iron Radiators

Arroll Radiators possess an elegance and easy glamour that will complement all kinds of interior styles from traditional to modern homes.

Our range includes 20 Cast Iron radiators and our latest innovation the Aluminium Edwardian 4 Column.

Cast Iron Radiators Dundalk, Ireland

They are exact replicas of the originals and are available in various styles from the popular Victorian 4 Column right up to the decorative Montmartre. We have a choice of heights & can easily deal with low windows and we can make them any length! The old style radiators we sell are a piece of furniture and are a real asset to any home.

Victorian style radiators also lend themselves perfectly to a more contemporary interior. A choice of finishes is also available, from painting in any colour you want to a “Burnished finish”.

These retro style radiators are very energy efficient with a minimum output far in excess of a modern steel radiator, and they are a great finishing touch to any room.

Calculating the BTU of a Room

The BTU of a room can be used to determine the appropriate size of a radiator needed to heat it. To find the BTU of any room, simply multiply its length x width x height x 4.

Cast Iron Radiators Versus Steel and Aluminium Radiators

What Advantages do Cast Iron Radiators Have Over Aluminium and Steel Radiators?

Find out all about their advantages and disadvantages, from efficiency to installation. Although cast iron radiators tend to be more expensive than modern steel or aluminium they do have several advantages including the heat output compared to their size, their ability to blend with surroundings, especially within period properties and also the fact that they can be customised to provide a more modern look and feel.

The use of cast iron is definitely an old idea but when compared to the other options available (e.g. steel and aluminium) they are still more than a worthy contender, proving still to be the best on several fronts from efficiency to aesthetics.

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Space Vs Heat Output

When considering the space a radiator will take up versus it’s heat output – a cast iron radiator will take up much less wall space than it’s equivalent modern steel or aluminium counterpart.

Radiators For Period Renovations

For period renovations the cast iron radiator is certainly the better choice to compliment the age of older buildings and to still provide sufficient heat output to heat these spaces comfortably.

You may be wondering: how can cast iron radiators be more efficient than modern radiators?
The answer is: Cast iron is an excellent conductor of heat and therefore works far better in larger spaces with taller ceilings.
Although they do tend to take quite a bit longer to heat up due to the density of cast iron as a material, once at the desired temperature they retain that heat much longer than any other radiator type.

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