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12 in. H x 16 in. L Hot Water Panel Radiator Package in White

  • Produces 1,934 BTU output delivers comfortable warmth
  • Designed to operate with 180°F average water temperature
  • Compatible with hot water closed loop systems
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Product Overview

Pensotti Panel Radiators utilize an elegant, contemporary design to provide unsurpassed comfort through the combination of convective and radiant heat. Individual radiator control is possible when a Thermostatic operator (sold separately) is added to the integral thermostatic valve. Available in a variety of sizes and heat outputs to suit any hot water heating system. Pensotti Panel Radiators are quick and easy to install with the supplied snap-in mounting brackets and bottom supply/return connections.
  • Heat output: 1,934 BTU at 180°F (average water temp)
  • Pensotti panel radiator packages include: (1) radiator, (2) snap grip wall mounting brackets, supply and return fittings for either 1/2 in. PEX pipe and 1/2 in. copper pipe, (2) white escutecons and (2) white radsnap pipe covers
  • Hot water closed loop systems ; not for use on steam systems
  • 10 year warranty

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Baseboard Heating TypeHydronicHydronicHydronicHydronic
Voltage (volts)0000
Heating Technology TypeConvectionConvectionConvectionConvection
Product Weight (lb.)17244875
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
5.25
Product Height (in.)
12
Product Length (in.)
0
Product Width (in.)
16

Details

Baseboard Heating Type
Hydronic
Color
White
Color Family
Whites
Heat rating (BTU/hour)
1934
Heating Product Type
Baseboard
Heating Technology Type
Convection
Hydronic
Yes
Power/Fuel Type
Other
Product Weight (lb.)
17
Returnable
90-Day
Thermostat
No
Vented
No
Voltage (volts)
0
Wattage (watts)
0

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

3Questions3Answers

Can this product replace my old radiators at home

Asked by Luismi July 25, 2020
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In some cases yes and in others no. It would depend on the nature of your system. For example you can not use steel radiators such as these on Steam Systems. Steam systems are open to the atmosphere and contain oxygen. That oxygen rots the system from the inside out over time. This is normal and is why cast iron is used as it will take decades to rust all the way through. Steel radiators such as this will fail quickly when used in anything other than a closed loop water system. So if your system is a closed loop hydronic heating system it is quite possible these could be used to replace the existing cast iron radiators. Here is the variable. Generally speaking they stopped putting in new systems that utilized cast iron radiators more than half a century ago. In the time since then system methodology has changed. Mixing new new technology with old is not impossible but it takes a person who has the knowledge and experience to take a holistic approach. For example cast iron heats up slowly and radiates its heat over a long period of time. Where as these radiators heat up much faster. So if the new radiator is near the thermostat it could heat up so fast that it shuts the system down before the iron ones have gotten sufficiently hot. Conversely if the thermostat is located in the room with the iron radiators the rooms with the knew steel ones could over heat. My point is bringing them into balance may be tricky for someone without experience but by the same token its not brain surgery.

What size would I need for a 200 sq ft room?

Asked by Brenda March 2, 2020
1
Answer

There is no universal consistent relationship between square footage of floor space and how much heating capacity you need to install. When it is suggested there is, the formulas typically end up oversizing the product in the vast majority of cases which greatly decreases the efficiency and longevity of the equipment. As I am sure you can envision the same structure if located in Alaska is going to need a lot more capacity than it would if located in Florida. The proper way to size heating is to do a heat loss calculation. There are many free programs on line that will do this for you. Basically you enter room sizes, window sizes, construction type, geographic location, etc. and the program will calculate how much heat the structure will lose on the coldest hour of the coldest day of the typical year. Selecting the capacity that is matched to the actual load you will get the longest and most efficient run times. Sometimes if the current system is working properly I will base my choice on the information on the rating plate of the current boiler or I will look at the currently installed distribution capacity and work backwards. For example my home has 100’ of copper fin tube baseboard. I know that the brand and style that I have puts out 580 BTU’s per foot. So when buying a new boiler I knew to purchase one that had an output of 58,000 (100 x 580 = 58000) in order to take full advantage of my installed distribution capacity. If you would like to talk about you specific home please feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301

how much btu do I need for 100sq ft room? (L10xW10xH10)

Asked by sarpworks December 28, 2018
1
Answer

You need a total of 5,000 BTU for a 100 sq ft room.

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I haven't use it yet but I like the way...
I haven't use it yet but I like the way it looks and the variety of sizes that you have to choose from. So far it is what I have been looking for.
by DC
It is good for a tight space such as small bathroom. It has a decent heat radiation which heat up...
It is good for a tight space such as small bathroom. It has a decent heat radiation which heat up the space pretty quickly. The hooking the pipes was easy with copper pipes. I am happy with the result.
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