What’s the smallest LST radiator you can have?

  • 1 Apr 2019

Contour discusses the importance of installing the right LST radiator for your space.

Smaller Options For Smaller Spaces

Smaller rooms take less time to heat up. With less room to work with when installing LST radiators, it’s important to provide a suitable solution for the space. The smallest LST Radiator measures 500mm x 550mm. Smaller radiators are beneficial because they require less space while providing strong heat outputs. However, this depends on the type of LST radiator that you choose. 

Bespoke options

Contour’s standard LST radiator sizes range from 500mm x 550mm to 2200mm x 1045mm. However, Contour understands that sometimes customers require heating solutions outside of these parameters, so it provides a series of bespoke options for its customers. Working alongside you, Contour will carry out thorough on-site measurements to gain a clear understanding of your needs and the space available.

One priority for Contour is to cause as little disruption to service users as possible when entering a space and will only be there when it’s necessary. 

Following installation of the radiators, valves and pipework, Contour will carry out a site survey to ensure the LST radiator covers are a proper fit and make any final adjustments to maximise their suitability to the space.

Vertical Radiators

As part of Contour’s bespoke range of LST radiators, it can manufacture vertical radiators. These radiators are taller, but smaller in width, taking up less of the wall length.

Vertical radiators are beneficial when slimmer radiators are necessary because of limited space on the wall. We can work with the height of the wall rather than the length if this is the best solution for your heating requirements.

Vertical LST radiators are particularly beneficial in bathrooms and toilet areas in healthcare and educational facilities where maximising the usability of a space is a priority. In communal areas they free up space for furnisher that would have otherwise been restricted.

Contour offers LST radiators that start at sizes as small as 500mm x 550mm. If you require options small than this, or a design outside of the traditional horizonal LST radiator, Contour can provide bespoke options to meet that need.

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

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