Born initially from a project in a listed building with Jacobean Oak panelling that prohibited wall mounting of radiators, Leggy Ron works equally well in conservatories, garden rooms and shops with floor to ceiling glass – indeed in any setting where both sides of the radiator are equally visible. The design is perfectly symmetrical allowing the radiator to be installed without regard to which side will be seen.
Other applications include properties where high skirting boards would normally require the radiator to mounted at an unsightly height on the wall, or under benches and in alcoves where a wall mounted radiator would otherwise suffer from
a reduced heat output from being mounted too far back.
Essentially Leggy Ron is a great solution for otherwise unusable spaces, allowing wall space
to be freed up for hanging artwork for instance, and allowing radiators to be used where the only option would otherwise be underfloor heating with all the associated issues such as lack of temperature control.
Eskimo’s Ron range crosses the boundary between co
ntemporary and classic. Its styling
cues include 1950s aircraft technology and the traditional schoolhouse radiator. As a result it will happily sit with most interior schemes from ultra-modern to period.
Ron is a modular aluminium high output radiator: allowing you to add as many sections as you need from 1 to 50 (52mm to 2600mm).
Available in a range of six standard heights.
Fit long, low 200mm high versions underneath windows or shelving; or fit space saving 1.8 m tall and narrow versions.
Three metal finshes plus a range of standard RAL colours – special colours and a colour matching service, available on request.
admin November 17th, 2011