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Stelrad Safety Series

Stelrad is the United Kingdom’s number one brand when it comes to radiators. It is their aim to produce the highest quality radiators in both Britain and Europe. The company first began manufacturing radiators back in 1936, meaning they have over 80 years of experience in the industry. Stelrad now distributes over 2.5 million products each calendar year. They are a business that is committed to continually developing innovative products, this is done in an expert research facility based in Belgium. Stelrad aim to expand their already extensive range of products.

Safety Series

The Safety Series from Stelrad is a range of Low Surface Temperature radiators. It is the most comprehensive of its kind in the United Kingdom. There are a range of different sizes and models in order to suit all applications. Each and every one of the Safety Series radiators meets NHS Guidance for ‘safe hot water and surface temperature’. With an antibacterial paint coated on every product, they are the number one choice for safety-critical environments.

Why to Choose Stelrad


Stelrad have dedicated time and money in to a group research and development facility in Belgium. It is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories and testing facilities as they continuously work to improve the performance of their products in order to maximise energy efficiency.


Stelrad are confident in the ability of their radiators. This was shown when they were the first company to bring in a 10-year warranty for a selection of their products. All Stelrad products conform to EN442 – the European Standard for radiators. They are all also manufactured in ISO 9000 certified facilities.

Before releasing their products, Stelrad ensure they are all pressure tested to 10.5 bar, assuring weld integrity and go through a leak testing regime. They then undertake a four-stage inspection process before a two-stage painting process to ensure a hard-wearing finish.

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