Gunning Tubular Radiators - Low Level, High Output T/Rads
Gunning Tubular Radiators are compact, low level heating units combining high output with a modern 'Hi-Tec' appearance. They are suitable for use in conservatories, bathrooms and in front of glazed areas and where wall height is at a premium. Our Tubular Radiators offer an ideal conservatory heating solution, with steel finned tubes generating high levels of heat output while not only being economic to run but also taking up very little space. Tubular Radiators offer discrete, stylish and highly efficient heating.
Plumbed In & Heated Tubular Radiators for Efficient & Stylish Heating
Steel Finned Tubes & Low Tubular Radiators
Made in our own works the Gunning Tubular Radiators are compacted, low level tubular heating units combining high output with a modern Hi-Tec appearance, thus achieving a great aesthetic appeal to your home.
They are suitable for use in offices, home extensions, bathrooms and in front of glazed areas where wall space is at a premium.
Our steel low Tubular Radiators offer an ideal conservatory heating solution, generating high levels of heat output while not only being economic to run but also taking up very little space.
Tubular Radiators offer a discrete, stylish and highly efficient heat source for your home.
The advantage of spiral wound Tubular Radiators is the large surface area in relation to its overall size thus giving a very good heat output so you can achieve the warmth you require with only a very small radiator. The smaller the radiator also means cheaper too. They are made from a 50mm diameter steel tube with finns 25mm deep so the overall diameter is only 100mm and come in five standard lengths.
Standard colours are black or white and they come with floor or wall mounts and valves. We keep all sizes in stock so delivery could be within 3 to 4 days from order.
Our steel finned Tubular Radiators are very popular with architects and developers due to their high efficiency and small appearance and are a great answer to problems created by lack of space.