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The Radiator Company Trench Heating

by The Radiator Company
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The Radiator Company Trench is a practical alternative to underfloor heating. It is built into the floor and covered by a stylish grille.

The Trench would ideally positioned in front of an expanse of glass such as conservatories, patio windows or public areas. the grilles are designed to be walked on and are the only part of the heating unit visible at floor level.

Convector radiators have unique qualities that allow them to fulfil specific roles within the home. The term convector relates to their use of air movement to circulate heated air around a room. Aluminium fins are heated by hot water piped in via the usual copper pipes and as the air is heated it rises and cold air is drawn in.

This movement allows a small unit to have a high heat output and be very space efficient. 

To choose a colour option, please put in notes section at the checkout.

Click here Trench Fitting Instructions

  • 12 Grille Colour Options
    • White Aluminium
    • Black Aluminium
    • Bronze Aluminium
    • Silver Aluminium
    • Ash Untreated
    • Ash Varnished
    • Beech Untreated
    • Beech Varnished
    • Oak Untreated
    • Oak Varnished
    • Merbau Untreated
    • Merbau Varnished 
  • 80 Models
  • Low Water Content for Reduced Bills
  • Guaranteed for 5 years 
  • Delivery 4 Weeks
  • Fuel: Central Heating
  • Heating Output: Delta T50

This pack includes:

  • Trench Unit including Grille Casing
  • Convector/ Baffle Support Legs
  • Convector
  • Metal Deflectors
  • Baffle Board
  • Grille

TRC Trench Heating

TRC Trench 2

TRC Trench

Due to the amount of options available with valves, our Radiators don't come with them as standard. 

As Valves can be confusing we have a simple guide below to explain further the choices available.

The kind of Valves you need will depend on the position of your pipes, and where they connect to your radiator:

  • If the pipes come up from the floor and they connect to the bottom of your radiator - you need straight valves.
  • If the pipes come up from the floor and connect to the side of your radiator - you need angled valves.
  • If the pipes come out of the wall and connect to the bottom or side of your radiator - you need corner valves

Then you will need to decide on how you want the radiator to be heated:

  • If you want the temperature controlled by your main thermostat - then you need a Manual Valve
  • If you want to be able to control your new radiator independantly of the main thermostat - then you need a Thermostatic Valve

Please click here for our range of Valves

If you want to speak to someone regarding the correct valve choice please call 01803 450330