Revive 400 H X 2700 L Single Premium Radiator (K1)

6215 Btu at Δ 50°C
£73.06 Incl. VAT
The Revive 400h x 2700l single premium (K1) compact panel radiator is available from stock at the lowest prices anywhere. Also known as Type 11, this is the most common style of radiator used in the majority of central heating systems in the UK delivering high performance and maximum efficiency.
  • Single front panel with single row of convectors on the rear
  • Factory-fitted top grille and side panels
  • High quality white enamel paint finish
  • Installation package includes brackets, vents, bolts and wall plugs
  • EN442 tested and certified
  • 10 year manufacturers warranty
Please note: This size radiator is stocked centrally, so may take a little longer to deliver.
More Information
Manufacturer : Revive Radiators
Manufacturer Product Number : S427R*
Weight : 31.050000
Manufacturers Website: : Revive Radiators
EAN : 5060168222480
Warranty : 10Year
Warranty Terms and Conditions : Warranty terms
Height (Metric) : 400mm
Width (Metric) : 2700mm
Depth (Metric) : 56mm
Heat Output Watts : 1821
Radiator Panels : One
Radiator Convectors : One
Radiator BTU Output : 6215.000000
Projection from wall : 91mm to 106mm
Pipe Centres : 40mm or 55mm From The Wall
Material : Steel
Connections : 1/2" Female Thread
Product Type : Compact Panel Radiator
Radiator Type : Single Premium (K1)
Colours From Stock : White
Customer Questions
What is the difference between K1, P+ and K2 Compact Radiators?

There are 3 types of Compact Radiator available at Columnrads UK.

Single Premium

  • Sometimes refered to as K1 or Single Panel, Single Convector radiators.

Double Premium

  • Also known as P+ or double panel, single Convector radiators.

Double Deluxe

  • Double Deluxe radiators are also refered to as K2 or double panel, double convector radiators.

The Panel is the front, ribbed facing of the radiator where the water channels are.

The Convector is the part behind the panel, or between the panels that is the sheet metal zig zaging which helps draw the cold air up from below, heating it as it rises.

How can I work out which size radiators I need?

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

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