Stelrad Special Application Series

Stelrad Special Application Series

Stelrad is the United Kingdom’s number one brand when it comes to radiators. The aim of the company is to produce the highest quality radiators in both Britain and Europe. Stelrad first began manufacturing radiators all the way back in 1936. Now – with over 80 years’ experience in the industry – they distribute over 2.5 million products every year. They are a business that is determined to develop innovative products, all done at their expert research facility in Belgium. Stelrad want to grow their already extensive range of products.

Special Application Series

The Special Application Series from Stelrad is a range of four different types of radiator. The radiators in this series thrive in demanding locations. There was a lack of radiator in the market for demanding locations. That is why Stelrad committed their time to developing this innovative range of radiators for specialised spaces. Each radiator in this range can deal with a different type of difficult location.

Why to Choose Stelrad


Stelrad are dedicated to committing time and money into their development and group research facility in Belgium. The research facility 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 their radiators ability. This was displayed when they were the first company to bring in a 10-year warranty on a selection of their products. All of their products conform to EN442, the European Standard for radiators. They are also all manufactured in ISO 9000 certified facilities.

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

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