Measurements for mounting radiators can be found in the installation PDF under the specification tab on each radiator product page.
The measurements can also be found on the Revive radiator website or download the PDf in the attachement to this answer.
You will also need to consider that the foot is 100mm from the finished floor level.
Top tip, if building the stud wall for this radiator to be fixed to, use Ply or OSB board between the studs even if it is stuck using gripfil to the back of the pasterboard as this gives you a much larger target for your fixings accross the area the radiator will be hung and give you more margin for error.
All of our valves are Bi-directional.
However, it is useful for you to know that due to the unique flow diverter, built within all Revive column radiators the flow MUST to be on the same side as the permanent blank which is the opposite side to the air vent bleed valve.
This is more a flow and return system thing, but is useful to know when thinking about your valves.
Our BTU Calculator tool will help you identify suitable radiators for the specific room(s) in question. As a guide, in our experience we’ve found the typical room size of the average 3 bedroomed house requires the following radiator sizes:
Lounge = 1400 x 600 double
Dining room = 1200 x 600 double
Kitchen = 900 x 600 double
Bedroom 1 = 1400 x 600 single
Bedroom 2 = 1200 x 600 single
Bedroom 3 = 900 x 600 single
Bathroom = 600 x 600 double