What is a Trench Heating Radiator?
A trench heating radiator is a type of heating device that is used in trench heating systems. It is typically a long and narrow radiator that is designed to fit into the trench or channel in the floor. The radiator is usually made of metal, such as aluminum or steel, and has a series of fins or tubes that allow hot water or air to circulate through it.
The radiator is connected to a heating system, such as a boiler or heat pump, which heats up the water or air and circulates it through the radiator. As the hot water or air passes through the fins or tubes of the radiator, it heats up the surrounding air in the room, providing warmth and comfort.
Trench heating radiators are popular in modern buildings, particularly in commercial spaces or high-end residential properties, as they provide efficient and effective heating without taking up valuable wall or floor space. They can also be designed to blend in with the surrounding floor, creating a seamless and discreet heating solution.