New range extensions for Henrad radiators

Published: 10 January 2018 - FRH

Henrad, the Stelrad Group’s radiator brand for independent merchants, has extended several of it ranges.

The Henrad Plan and the Henrad Everest Line horizontal ranges have increased number of size options and types to forty from stock.

The new additions see options on both designs range from 235 to 3,203 Watts (802 to 10,928 Btu/hr). The new size range is from 300mm to 600mm height and from 400mm to 2000mm in length in Type 11 and Type 22 formats.

“The popularity of the Henrad brand continues to grow and we’re happy to be able to extend the range of options available to our loyal customer base for these excellent quality radiators,” says Chris Harvey, head of marketing at Stelrad,

“Radiators play such an important role in today’s lifestyles. They are the focal point of many rooms, so they should reflect customers’ aspirational needs for good looks as well as a comfortable environment. We believe that Henrad is the radiator range to satisfy all those expectations and this extended range will help installers to meet the needs of their customers more precisely using high quality products that are available from stock – deliverable within 72 hours of order.”




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