Kudox Radiator Bracket (H)700mm (W)50mm (D)30mm

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5060069420848

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£5.48

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Kudox Radiator Bracket (H)700mm (W)50mm (D)30mm

Product code:
5060069420848
Kudox Radiator Bracket (H)700mm (W)50mm (D)30mm

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£5.48

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Constructed from sturdy steel these radiator brackets are great for attaching your radiator to a wall.

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Features and benefits

  • Compatibility: 700 mm high

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Kudox Radiator Bracket (H)700mm (W)50mm (D)30mm
Brand Kudox
Material Steel
Height 700mm
Width 50mm
Depth 30mm
Pack quantity 2
Standard EN 442

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How to guides

How to replace a radiator

How to replace a radiator

Remove and replace radiators that aren’t working properly and, as well as saving you energy, it will ensure that your home is being heated efficiently.

Replacing a new radiator isn’t too difficult a task, but do be sure to follow our instructions to avoid any unnecessary mess as well as any impact to the system.

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You will need:

Before you begin

Check the visible condition of the wall where the radiator will be hung. If there are any cracks or crumbling plaster it’s worth considering making repairs before you fit your new radiator.

Masonry, brickwork or blockwork walls

If the wall is constructed from solid masonry – bricks or blocks cemented together with mortar – you’ll have the greatest choice of replacement radiators. These are strong solid walls and so, there will be few limitations on the size and style of radiator you can choose. With the right fixings, larger radiators can be placed on any part of the wall.

Studwork walls

If the wall is constructed from plasterboard with a hollow space behind (a drywall or studwork wall), you’ll need to find out where the studs or noggings run – these are the vertical or horizontal pieces of timber that the plasterboard is attached to. A stud detector will help you find these. The studs are the strongest part of your wall, and so your radiator will need to be hung from these. Depending on their location, you may be limited on the shape or size of radiator you can use in the space.

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