The DQ Adara 2 Column Horizontal Radiator is your modern column radiator replicating the cast iron styles of old but in lightweight mild steel. The design enables it to be used in both modern and traditional settings. Typically seen in Old Schools and Churches.
For an alternative finish, DQ provides this classic design in an old style varnish, making this a perfect radiator for rooms with originality in design.
Finished in a Lacquered Varnish this will be the talking point of any room in your home from the kitchen & bathroom to the bedrooms or cloakrooms. Their old, traditional style stand out and really have the wow factor when fitted in an entrance or reception area. The DQ Adara Column Radiator Range is available in both Vertical & Horizontal so nobody misses out.
- Available in Raw High Lacquered Finish
- 2, 3 or 4 Columns
- Guaranteed by DQ for 5 years
- Made from Mild Steel
- Wall brackets are included in the price as standard
- Bush ends measure 26mm, please add to radiator width
- Delivery 2/5 working days if ordered before 1pm
- Fuel Options: Central Heating
- Measured Δt 50°C
The Adara has a choice of slip on feet to finish the overall look of your radiator if so desired. These are available as an Additional Extra. Please follow the link below
ADARA SLIP-ON FEET
Available in Vertical format , Please Follow
Want more heat? To view the 3 or 4 column Adaras , Please Follow
Pipework coming from floor - Angled Valves
Pipework coming from wall- Corner Valves
Sleeving Kits / Pipe Covers
Finish off the look with our sleeving kits, making your pipework look fresh and matching your shiny new valves, Please follow
Sizing & Heating Outputs
Please see the Product Information charts in the photograph and media section.
ADARA - BRACKETS
The Adara range is available in:
Three column depths, two available fixings, ½” or ¾” tappings with bottom opposite end connections in the varnish finish. All preferences must be specified at the time of order – diverter, plug, vent, wall ties and wall brackets are included in the price.
Specifying your Adara Radiator:
1 Choose column depth.
2 Choose height (H).
3 Calculate required size or output and use tables to find the correct product.
4 Choose fixings.
For example: you require an Adara with an output of 6000 Btu to heat your room
1 You have chosen your column depth of 4 columns.
2 Chosen your height of 500mm.
3 Calculated your required number of sections (4.500 = 247 Btu, 6000 / 247 = 25 sections).
4 Decided on wall brackets.