Ximax Supra Square Horizontal Radiator Anthracite (H)600 mm (W)1190 mm

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Ximax Supra Square Horizontal Radiator Anthracite (H)600 mm (W)1190 mm

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Discover our stylish range of high quality designer radiators, specially developed to blend in with the interior of your home. A great designer radiator should match the style of interior, whether that be minimal and understated, an ultra-modern contemporary, or a more timeless traditional style. All of our designer radiators have been crafted to a high quality, and many feature state-of-the-art technology.

  • 10 years Guarantee
  • Fixings supplied
  • Valves not included

Features and Benefits

  • Supplied with solid wall brackets kit and air vent

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Ximax Supra Square Horizontal Radiator Anthracite (H)600 mm (W)1190 mm
Height (mm) 600mm
Width (mm) 1190mm
Depth (mm) 96mm
Wall to centre of inlet 41 mm
BTU 4672Btu
Power output 1050 W
Model SUS600119A
Colour description Anthracite

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Help & Advice

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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Buying guides

Radiators buying guide

Radiators buying guide

New radiators can be a great way to improve the efficiency of your home’s heating and update the look of a room.

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You don't have to be limited by the size and style of radiator that you’re replacing, there are loads of options to choose from, which will fit with your style and generate the right amount of heat for your room.

In this guide, we’ll take you through what you need to consider when buying your new radiator. You’ll also be introduced to our handy BTU calculator which will tell you how many and what size radiators you’ll need, at just the click of a button.

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Find out more

Our FAQs will answer the most common questions our customers have when it comes to buying a new radiator. It’s a great place to start to make sure you’re getting the best radiator for your home.

Radiator FAQs

How many and what size radiators do I need?


Whether you need a plumbed or electric radiator, before you start you will need to know about BTU’s.) Our easy to use BTU calculator will help you to work out how many, and what heat output you’ll need, to get the most of your new radiators. All you need to know is the dimensions of your room, and the type of windows you have.

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What is a BTU?

BTU stands for British Thermal Unit, which basically represents how much energy it takes to heat 1 pound of water by 1 degree Fahrenheit. All radiators are assigned a BTU rating, telling you have many BTUs they produce. It’s a quick and easy way of letting you know how much heat your radiator will generate. If you’re struggling the match the exact BTU rating you need with a radiator, choose one with a slightly higher output to make sure your room is warm enough.

Where should I install my radiator?

  • Spend some time looking at where you would like to hang your radiator. The type of wall will give you some clues as to the best size and style of radiator for your room.
  • If the wall is constructed from solid masonry, brickwork or blockwork you will have the greatest choice of radiators. With the right fixings, larger radiators can be hung from strong solid walls.
  • If the wall is constructed from plasterboard with hollow space behind (a drywall or studwork wall), you’ll need to identify where the studs run. A stud finder is a helpful tool that will find these with ease. The studs are the strongest part of your wall, and your radiator will need to be hung from these.
  • Try and avoid installing your radiator behind big pieces of furniture, you’ll stop the heat from travelling around the room.
  • Don’t forget to insulate if you’re hanging it on an external wall, this can be done easily with a heat reflector.

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What kind of wall do I have?

The easiest way to find out whether your wall is sold or plasterboard is to knock on it and listen to the sound it makes. If it’s plasterboard it’ll be hollow and so will make a louder sound, if it’s masonry, you’ll just hear a dull thump with no reverberations.

Plumbed or electric?

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Your house will either use a plumbed hot water central heating system, or electric radiators.

If you’re looking to replace or add more radiators you’ll probably want to use the system you already have - although there are instances where you might want to switch.

For example, an electric radiator can be easier to install in a location where your plumbed central heating doesn’t presently run, so can be a good solution for loft conversions, extensions and conservatories.

  • Plumbed radiators Plumbed hot water systems use a boiler to heat hot water which is then circulated around your home through pipes.
  • Electric radiators Electric radiators are not controlled centrally, instead they’re controlled in each individual room. Modern styles are slimline, easy to install and only require a mains electricity supply in your home. Some models are ‘plug and go’ and can be plugged into a conventional plug socket, others will require an electrician to install.


Dual Fuel


You can add a thermostatic heating element which will turn your radiator into a dual fuel set up. This is a device that sits in your radiator and allows you to heat up your plumbed radiator using electricity. The benefit of this is that you’ll be able to independently heat up one, such as your bathroom towel rail, without using a lot of energy to heat up your whole house.

Dual fuel radiators offer you a lot more flexibility and control than standard radiators and towel rails, as they can be used when your main central heating system is turned off.


Consider your existing pipework

Look at where your pipework runs – does it run along the wall or up from the floor?

  • If it runs along the wall you’ll have plenty of options if you choose to change the size or style of the radiator. A new radiator that’s the same width or wider than the existing one can easily be fitted with any excess pipework cut away. Choosing a narrower model may require the pipework to be extended - if you’re unsure about this consider asking a qualified plumber.
  • If it runs up from the floor, this can present a few challenges. If you’re opting for a similar size replacement it shouldn’t be a problem, but if you’d like to change the size or style you may need to lift the floorboards to move the pipes. Take a few minutes to measure up the size of the wall or area where you’d like to hang the radiator, the distance between the existing pipes (in and out) and the distance between the studs if you have a studwork wall.

Will I need radiator valves?

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You’ll need a pair of valves for every plumbed radiator in your home, as these are used to control the heat output. These need to be bought separately to the radiator.

Make sure you know how big the pipe is so you can buy the right size, and keep in mind that the type of pipe you have will affect the type of valve you’ll need. Normally you’ll need to buy a 15 or 22mm valve as these are the most common pipe sizes.


Choosing your style

Central heating radiators


These radiators have the highest heat output and greatest heating efficiency of all plumbed radiator styles, making them a popular choice in many homes. They use corrugated panels (convectors) to radiate heat into the room.

You can get single panel styles for smaller rooms, or double panels which produce more heat, and stick out further from the wall. For the greatest heat output consider a triple radiator which uses a combination of three panels and three convectors. Great for larger spaces, they’re also ideal if you are extending a room and don’t want to install additional radiators.


Column radiators

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If you’re looking to add or to retain period charm in your home, why not consider a column radiator to give a traditional feel to your room? Similar in style to cast-iron radiators that originated in the Victorian era, these modern models keep the look but provide greater heat efficiency than their predecessors.


Make it a feature!

If you’d like to create a design feature in your home, consider using a feature bench above your column radiator. It makes an ideal landing spot in a hallway for keys and mail, or can be used as a bench besides a window for extra seating or to provide storage. If you’re opting for a bench, you’ll want to use floor-mounting brackets for additional support.

Designer radiators


Designer radiators can bring a range of benefits to your home – from space-saving technologies to dual purpose products that can act as mirrors, memo boards and more.

They’re an ideal way to lend a modern, contemporary feel to a room and can create stylish, attractive features that you won’t want to disguise.


Vertical radiators

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Vertical radiators are available is an array of colours and styles which fit conveniently into thin wall spaces, and make a creative alternative to more traditional ones. If you have a smaller room, these take up less space, leaving room for more furnishings.

Vertical radiators can be pieces of décor in themselves, especially if you choose a bold design to break up the texture of the wall.


Towel radiators


Dry your towels and add some extra warmth into your bathroom with a towel radiator, keeping you snug and cosy can be easy and stylish.

We have a variety of heights and widths available to suit all layouts.


Electric radiators

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Electric radiators are a great choice for rooms without existing pipework, such as loft conversions. They’re easy to fit and energy efficient.

Another benefit of electric radiators is that you’ll be able to accurately control the temperature using an inbuilt thermostat.


Cast iron radiators


Cast Iron radiators take longer to heat up and cool down, keeping them warm long after you turn your heating off. This means they’re a great choice for big rooms with high ceilings.

The style is great for an older period home, or could be a beautiful feature in contemporary décor.


Flat panel radiators

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If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to change your radiators, look no further than our flat panel easy-change options.

These are designed to be compact, and can fit in to any home, without taking up too much space.


Stainless steel radiators


Stainless steel radiators are designed, not only to be a stunning feature in a room, but also very efficient. They’re available in loads of beautiful finishes, which are easy to clean and maintain.

Stainless steel won’t corrode or rust like some metals, and therefore lasts a long time.


Mirror radiators

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Our mirror radiators are a great choice for hallways, bedrooms or bathrooms, because they give the perception of a bigger space.

They double up as a stylish addition to the room, whilst giving you heat and depth.


Space saving radiators


Space saving radiators are perfect for making the most out of your room, whilst keeping your home warm.

These can wrap around corners, and fit into narrower spaces, whilst being stylish and blending with your décor.


Low surface temperature radiators

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Our low surface temperature radiators are ideal for environments where safety is critical.

In conventional radiators, the surface temperature can reach as high as 75-degrees, which could cause injury to children, elderly or vulnerable people. LST radiators put health and safety first, whilst still circulating heat effectively.

These won't reach a high enough temperature to burn you on first touch, so you don't need to worry about accidents.


Radiator covers and cabinets


A radiator cabinet can safely and stylishly disguise your radiators.

Essentially, these box in your radiators, allowing you more freedom to decorate in keeping with your room or make a feature of the radiator.


Reviews 4.0  out of 5 stars

Ximax Supra Square Horizontal Radiator Anthracite (H)600 mm (W)1190 mm is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 8.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks Good, Warms up a large room efficiently I bought 2 of these radiators about a month ago as I was redecorating my living room and wanted to move away from white radiators. Although they are on the expensive side they make a great impression in my living room and easily heat up the room, which at approximately 35m2, is a greater area than was recommended for just 2 radiators. They were also relatively easy to install, although the instructions were a little misleading on the positioning of the 4 individual brackets that shipped with the product.
Date published: 2015-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lovely looking radiator This radiator looks better than the pictures and looks great on the wall. It gives out enough heat to keep my kitchen warm.
Date published: 2014-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from looks cool Lovely product, looks even better now it is on the wall and working. Early days for it being in use but first impressions are that it is going to give out lots of heat! Only down side would be that I wish that there was a valve supplied or recommended on purchase. My plumber (lovely as he is) only had a standard white valve which doesn't really suit the style!
Date published: 2011-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Funky rad This radiator looks absolutely fab in my lounge. I needed a radiator that was narrow which would enable me to utilse as much wall space as possible, but would still give out enough heat for the size of the room, this was therefore an ideal purchase and I am really pleased with it.
Date published: 2009-05-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks Great I bought this radiator for my hallway as wanted to upgrade from standard white. The radiator is very heavy and heat out put is great. Would recommend this but only gave 4/5 stars as came in a little pricey compared to others but quality out weighs this.
Date published: 2015-12-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Radiator but check packaging Bought this due to the heat output and it doesn't disappoint. Gives out great heat but consider what wall you hang this on as its over 68kg without water. Would also suggest 15mm pipe work to this due to the size Check packaging on arrival as delivery team do not seem to store items the best in the vehicle - ours was not damaged but was missing 4 sets of bolts to hold the hangers so had to nip to B&Q and buy some to use However great piece of kit once installed
Date published: 2013-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product but arrived damaged and scratched I ordered this radiator (£389). Plumber fitted pipes etc and when he lifted radiator to hang it on wall and connect to pipes, the front of it was all damaged. One bar had a large gouge in it, another was completedly warped all the way down and there were several large scratches on the bars. I contacted B&Q and the operator was a bit of a jobsworth, saying he didnt know if it could be changed because we had hung it etc. Eventually they agreed to change it. Still waiting for replacement. However, it looks stylish and gives a lot of heat out. Just feel strongly that items should be checked for damage before dispatch.
Date published: 2011-11-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid! We bought a total of 4 Supra radiators when doing up our house - and they look great - but so far we have had to return 3 as they are faulty and leak! Leak is not just from connection with valve, but from the actual radiator itself. Very poor quality B&Q's customer service in replacing them has been excellent - very helpful and efficient - but save yourself a lot of grief and chose a different type of radiator!
Date published: 2010-12-01
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