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Bonn Cast Iron Radiator is the highlight for any lover of classic design.
Simple shape and relatively narrow sections, compared to other cast iron products allow this model to be installed in interiors of any size.
Available in two versions: with floor lamp (on the ground) or suspended.
Bonn Cast Iron Radiator can become a functional element of both spa houses and small apartments.
The sections are cast, using specially prepared molds, and then processed manually, which makes each section unique.
The next step is to finish the sections as requested by the user and assemble them. The end result is a true masterpiece of applied arts.
The Bonn radiator is a great alternative to standard panel radiators.
Dimensions and arrangement of the connections facilitate the replacement of old radiators without modifying the installation.
It is only 70mm deep, which allows installation under narrow window sills.
Bonn Cast Iron Radiator boasts a wide selection of special colors and decorative finishes, as well as a palette of 192 RAL colors.
Uniform paint types, which guarantee 100% opacity, allow you to achieve a matte finish effect, which has become very popular recently.
ATTENTION: these radiators are very heavy, we recommend that more people lift them and take care of their handling.
For any pre and post sales request please contact us at +393 21 21 611 or by sending an email to [email protected]
We deliver throughout Italy including the islands.
Why a cast iron radiator?
Cast iron is a ferrous alloy consisting mainly of iron and carbon, obtained by hot reduction of iron ores.
It is not a mouldable or malleable material, but it has excellent fusibility at moderate temperatures.
Over the years it has become a reference material in the thermo-sanitary world and in this case in the world of heating, becoming the radiator par excellence.
Cast iron is an alloy with a composition practically identical to steel, but with a high percentage of carbon, which gives it greater hardness and a lower thermal expansion coefficient.
This fundamental characteristic of cast iron, added to the lubricating effect of carbon, makes it suitable for combinations where there are variations in temperature.
For this reason, cast iron has been used for many years in the construction through the fusion of radiators.
In fact, the production process of these Liberty heaters is as interesting as it is fascinating.
The presence of carbon in large quantities also plays a significant anti-rust function.
Here are some of the fundamental characteristics of this material:
- wear resistance;
- ductile and easily workable with machine tools;
- possibility of creating very complex shapes and worked by simple casting;
- excellent fusibility