Contour Heating

How To Remove Radiator Covers For Cleaning: A Contour Article

  • 26 Jul 2018

Contour Heating has developed a fast and easy cleaning initiative for cleaning traditional radiators, with its range of LST and anti-ligature radiator covers.

These covers (and the radiators that they protect) can be easily cleaned by one operative, with no need for assistance from estates personnel, saving time and reducing cleaning costs.

How To Clean Contour Radiator Covers?

Removing a Contour radiator cover for cleaning is quick and simple; just follow these four steps.

  1. Twist the simple quarter turn lock to release the casing.
  2. The one-piece door will drop down to floor level, providing full access to the floor beneath the radiator.
  3. If Rotarad valve fittings have been installed to the radiator, the radiator can also be dropped to floor level for easy access to the back of the radiator and the wall behind.
  4. Refit the door by pushing it back into place and locking with the provided key.

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Watch Contour’s instructional video on how to remove an LST radiator cover here

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Other Benefits Of Contour Radiator Covers

  • Bree bull-nosed corners prevent injury in the event of a fall.
  • Small grilles prevent pencils and similar items being dropped inside radiator covers.
  • The slimline design of radiator covers is space-efficient.
  • BioCote® coverage reduces bacteria on radiator covers by up to 99.95%.
  • Pipe boxing can be included in radiator packages.
  • Bespoke radiator covers are also available for a range of environments. Options include wall-to-wall radiator covers, vertical radiator covers, aluminium radiator covers, alcove radiator covers, raised finned element radiator covers, corner fitted covers or bay window radiator covers.

How Contour’s LST Radiator Covers Can Help You

Contour’s elite radiator solutions not only protect vulnerable users from hot surface temperatures and increased levels of bacteria, they are also quick and easy to clean, further improving hygiene in healthcare, education, mental health, social housing and security sectors. Contour’s LST radiator cover range is designed to protect you and your service users.

Contact Contour in order to use its UK-wide free survey facility; its surveyors will identify the size and quantities of products that you need and note any special requirements that you specify for your project.

Furthermore, Contour radiator guards are covered with five-year warranties.

Contour can be contacted at;
The Mansions
43 Broadway
Shifnal
TF11 8BB
Tel: 01952 290 498
Email: [email protected]

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