1) Production length of radiators is graded by 100 mm.
2) Radiators - type 11, with bottom middle connection (VKS) and flat front panel (PLAN) are available only up to lengths of 2 000 mm.
3) Radiators H 550 mm are manufactured only with side connections (including flat front panel) in reduced length assortment.
The method of installation depends on the material of the wall behind the radiator. The KORAD drill-in brackets are intended for walls made from solid materials. Do not use the KORAD brackets for walls from perforated bricks! Use brackets with special fasteners for this type of walls instead. Positions of lugs serving as fixing points are drawn on the attached picture. If radiators cannot be fastened to a wall (glass-covered wall, plasterboard and so on), installation is carried out by rack consoles anchored to the floor.
Installed radiators usually form 90° angle towards the floor. In reasonable cases radiators can be installed with maximum inclination of 45°
without impact on their heating output (e.g. in attics). It is necessary to consult other installation methods with the manufacturer.
We recommend installing the radiators fully wrapped to ensure their maximum protection until completion of all construction works. When necessary, radiators can be operated fully wrapped to temper the building.
Cut the protective foil at protective corners before mounting. Plastic protective corners are designed to be folded up at connection points. At first, remove plastic blanking plugs. Always remove the plastic plugs before putting the radiator into operation! The only purpose of the plugs is to protect radiators during manufacturing, storage and transportation.
Install all necessary valves, blanking plugs and the air vent. When hanging the radiator on wall bracket, remove protective components of lugs from the rear side of the radiator.
Start installation. Install radiators with inclination of 5 to 10 mm per 1 m so that a blanking plug will be at the highest point.