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Cast Iron Radiators

Standing the test of time, cast iron radiators have returned as a popular household feature, adding a timeless classic and luxurious look to any interior. Their flexibility in being able to compliment a traditional style room, a period property or being able to make an eye-catching vintage atmosphere in a modern room makes the column cast iron radiator the perfect addition to your home. It boasts super effective, environmentally friendly heating too!

All our column cast iron radiators are made from quality sourced material that will hold heat for hours and last a lifetime. Whether you’re looking for modern cast iron radiators or traditional radiator, we have the finish for you.

Cast Iron Radiators, available in many styles and finishes with the best prices online 

If you have any questions regarding any of our cast iron radiators please contact our team today! Remember, we offer Free Uk delivery!

If you need more information about cast iron radiators, read this article: 6 Things You Need to Know About Cast Iron Radiators

And our most recent article The Fall And Rise Of Cast Iron Radiators In 2021

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Cast Iron Radiators FAQs

Although cast iron and steel radiators produce identical amounts of heat and are similarly effective, their heat distribution is vastly different. Cast iron radiators take significantly longer to heat up, so plan ahead and turn them on early in the day when you want the room to be warm.

Cast iron radiators retain heat from the previous circuit for much longer, through natural convection, meaning the boiler doesn’t have to fire as frequently. Your room or home will therefore benefit from the immediate release of warm air, which means lower energy bills and a reduction in emissions – a double win!

Their efficient, market-leading engineering, combines form and function to produce a large amount of heat and provides you with a slow warming and slow cooling system. This means you can keep a constant temperature in the room with your cast iron. Their functionality paired with their unique style brings character and nostalgia to any room. Our cast iron radiators are a fantastic choice if you’re looking to enhance your space.

All of our cast iron radiators are compatible with normal central heating systems. If you're stiil not sure, contact us today!

Here at Just Radiators, we have a a huge range of cast iron radiators for sale. With a range of unique finishes, strong radiator frames and a plethora of designs( including victorian cast iron and column cast iron radiators), styles and sizes. Here at Just Radiators, we guarantee that you will find a cast iron radiator that you will fall in love with.

A cast iron radiator is a radiator made up of sections. Each section is a casted piece (hence the name) of iron that is formed to a specific design. There are different types, such as column cast iron and Victorian cast iron radiators.

All of our valves are compatible with all our different types of radiators. However, there may be a radiator valve that you prefer. When viewing one of our radiators, make sure to check out our “Valve Guides” on the product pages.

Column radiators are very similar to cast irons in shape and style. The main difference between these two is the material they’re made of. In Short, a section of a Cast Iron radiator refers to each individual casted piece that, when fixed together, make up a radiator.

Cast iron radiators, like other central heating radiators, circulate hot water, which heats the columns and the air around them. As the air warms, it rises and is replaced by cold air, generating a convection current that distributes heat throughout the space.