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Trench Heating - next to brick walls (not glazed panels)

Posted on 17/11/2012 6:11am


Am i correct in thinking trench heating is only usally used next to a full glazed panel or a door of some sort?

I was thinking of replacing all the radiators in a living room with trench heating - to free up the walls. The walls are full brick or half height brick with stanard doubled glazed windows above that.

Somebody told me that trench heating only works when one side is a lot colder so it draws the cold in.


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  • Justin_Jagauk
    Commented on 15/05/2012 1:29pm


    We have put our Trench heating in many applications including domestic where people want to retain wall space.

    Trench heating does't have to be used in scenarios where you are trying to keep glazed areas warm, it can be a viable primary source of heating. The main reason why trench is used in front of glass / glazing is due to there being no or little wall to hang a radiator on.

    Please see our range for more info.

    Kind regards.

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