Merkur line of Liberty cast iron radiators

Style: Liberty

Material: 100% cast iron

Versions: in two heights 47 and 76 cm

Finishes: matt or glossy RAL colors and special colors

Also available in electric version


PRICE ON REQUEST


This product is made only to order and made with the utmost care and technology


Advantages:

· high corrosion resistance
· high thermal output
· its unique appearance brings out the character of any room

Included accessories:

· lockshield valve
· thermostatic valve



For more information or for a free quote

call us on 02 92162996 or 393 2121611

or send us an email to [email protected]

Description

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Merkur line of Liberty cast iron radiators

Merkur is a radiator model based on cast iron heaters made and popular in France around 1860.

This was a time when Art Nouveau (or Liberty) was the dominant artistic and philosophical movement.

It has a two-column structure and, despite its relatively small depth, it also has a high thermal efficiency since it is made of cast iron.

This reproduction is very precise and one of the most sophisticated on the market for which it combines aesthetic sense with technology.

Technical features

It is a very elegant, refined and decidedly luxurious radiator.

There are two heights available: 47 cm | 76 cm.

The lower variant is particularly suitable for places where other larger radiators may interfere or not be installed at all.

(for example under windows or antique rooms etc.)

The available finishes are also varied: from classic gray to refined white, passing through gold, bronze and black with gold details.

Obviously the finishes can also be custom made in any Ral color, both matt and glossy.

This heater is also related to its brass valve and holder.

The production is carried out with a very high quality standard and the heaters are all thoroughly tested before being delivered.

They are made one at a time in casting and tested in water to check for any possible air leaks.

Careful testing and quality control are the key to these beautiful products.

Heating is an art and Merkur is a range of heaters that are versatile in size and absolutely elegant in finishes.

The strength of this product is also dictated by the precision in production, the quality of the materials and the beauty and harmony of the shapes.

Compared to other products on the market, Merkur Liberty Line of Cast Iron Radiators has a unique and inimitable quality / price ratio.

The radiator is supplied in combination with a style lockshield and valve made of brass.

It is a range of high quality, long-lasting radiators with very high construction and aesthetic quality, made with the most modern casting technologies on the market today.

 

The Merkur line of radiators is also available in an electric version.

The appliance with immersion electric resistance allows the connection of the radiator to a wall socket.

Therefore, the operation of the heating body is independent of a conventional heating system.

The heating elements used are incorporated in the lower hub of the radiator.

The cast iron radiator is factory filled with a water-glycol mixture and tested for functional reasons.

PTC controlled heating resistors are used, which are very durable and robust, as the power of the electrical heating resistor adjusts automatically by increasing the resistance during heating.

The possible electrical performances of the various heaters can be viewed on the individual products.

The output varies depending on the product from 500 to 2000 watts.

N.B: The cast iron radiators in the electric version are equipped with immersion resistance without plugs.

The immersion heater cable is white and 1.5m long. Other electrical powers on request.

 

Other Information

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.

Production time approximately 4/5 weeks.

Made in Germany

 

Why is 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 malleable 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 a 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
  • hardness

These radiators are made of cast iron and are very heavy.

We recommend to lift them in more people and to take care of their handling.

They are packed one by one in a wooden box and the delivery is also done on pallets.

These radiators are hand finished and normally take 4 weeks from order.

Quality control is also a time-consuming process and is done for any radiator.

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Additional information

Larghezza Modulo

Interasse

Profondità

Pipe size

ø 25 mm

Standard connection

1 / 2M with eccentric

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