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Bay window Radiator Brackets

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by kotewala1, 18 Oct 2020.

  1. kotewala1

    kotewala1

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    Bought curved bay window rads. They have no clip on back for std radiator brackets to clip into. Any ideas as to what to use or would I need to have brackets welded on rads.
    appreciate any ideas
     
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    Unusual, did you buy them specifically for your bay window? depending on the type of rad then they are usually either floor standing so they have feet or they have normal brackets already welded on.

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    I know cannot understand why no brackets welded on back. Also no feet . Also the curve makes it difficult to attach any bracket on top due to the distance from wall.
     
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    I'd get back in touch with the manufacturer and ask then how they suggest their radiator is fitted and see what they say.
     
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    Ours has a clamps top and bottom
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