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G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite
G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite

  • G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite
  • G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite
  • G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite
  • G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite
  • G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite
  • G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite
  • G500F 10-section aluminium radiator, graphite

Description:

A radiator can also be a decorative element of the interior. A radiator has one key task to do: to heat rooms. But it can also be a decorative element of your interior, and the graphite colour will perfectly emphasise the industrial style of every room. Excellent functionality. Fast heating-up: thanks to the low unit weight and excellent thermal conductivity of aluminium. The radiators heat up even up to several times faster than steel panel and cast-iron models of similar thermal output and over a dozen times faster than underfloor heating. Special shape of the air outlets: the heated air is directed directly to the centre of the room and not upwards, which prevents it from bouncing off the windowsill.

How are the KFA Armatura aluminium radiators produced?

It all starts with small aluminium bars called sows. To manufacture our aluminium radiators, we use high quality raw material with increased requirements for a group of elements of chemical composition according to the Armatura standard based on the PN-EN 1676 standard. We test this composition for each smelting process using a Spectromax type spectrometer and check the crystallographic structure using a microscope.

Then the aluminium sows are placed in a melting furnace, where they are melted at a temperature of about 850°C. After that, the material is transported to the heating furnaces installed at the casting machines. Once the process is over, the casts are strictly controlled, both visually and with an X-ray machine. Later, after machining, which includes a series of operations connected with precise grinding of the surface, welding the plug, threading, and bolting sets together, we check the tightness of our radiators.

The next step of the manufacturing process is connected with protecting the radiators against corrosion during the fluorozirconic and anaphoretic treatment. Thanks to anaphoretic varnishing, we obtain a durable coating highly resistant to corrosion. The last stage involves covering the radiators with an electrostatic powder coating and placing them in furnaces where the varnish polymerises (at a temperature of around 200°C). After that, the radiators are packed and transported to our clients.

KFA Armatura KFA Armatura <p>A radiator can also be a decorative element of the interior. A radiator has one key task to do: to heat rooms. But it can also be a decorative element of your interior, and the graphite colour will perfectly emphasise the industrial style of every room. Excellent functionality. Fast heating-up: thanks to the low unit weight and excellent thermal conductivity of aluminium. The radiators heat up even up to several times faster than steel panel and cast-iron models of similar thermal output and over a dozen times faster than underfloor heating. Special shape of the air outlets: the heated air is directed directly to the centre of the room and not upwards, which prevents it from bouncing off the windowsill.</p> <p>How are the KFA Armatura aluminium radiators produced?</p> <p>It all starts with small aluminium bars called sows. To manufacture our aluminium radiators, we use high quality raw material with increased requirements for a group of elements of chemical composition according to the Armatura standard based on the PN-EN 1676 standard. We test this composition for each smelting process using a Spectromax type spectrometer and check the crystallographic structure using a microscope.</p> <p>Then the aluminium sows are placed in a melting furnace, where they are melted at a temperature of about 850&deg;C. After that, the material is transported to the heating furnaces installed at the casting machines. Once the process is over, the casts are strictly controlled, both visually and with an X-ray machine. Later, after machining, which includes a series of operations connected with precise grinding of the surface, welding the plug, threading, and bolting sets together, we check the tightness of our radiators.</p> <p>The next step of the manufacturing process is connected with protecting the radiators against corrosion during the fluorozirconic and anaphoretic treatment. Thanks to anaphoretic varnishing, we obtain a durable coating highly resistant to corrosion. The last stage involves covering the radiators with an electrostatic powder coating and placing them in furnaces where the varnish polymerises (at a temperature of around 200&deg;C). After that, the radiators are packed and transported to our clients.</p> aluminium radiators
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index:
777-100-61
colour:
graphite
RAL:
RAL 9007
EAN:
5907571770194
PKWiU:
25.99.29-55.01
assembly:
wall-mounted
material:
aluminium
Production:
Poland
Total section height [mm]:
573
Assembly height [mm]:
500
Total width [mm]:
804
Section depth [mm]:
90
Water capacity [dm3]:
3,0
Net weight [kg]:
13,11
Working pressure up to [Mpa]:
2.0
Thermal capacity of one section for Δt=30°C [W]:
578,0 W
Thermal capacity of one section for Δt=50°C [W]:
1118,2 W
Works with a copper system:
yes
connection:
side
The packaging contains:
G500F aluminium radiator (graphite), installation manual, warranty
Warranty:
20 years
Certificates and declarations:
The product is made according to the standard PN-EN 442-1: 2015-02, it has Hygienic Attestation, Declaration of Conformity