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cirular sliding chart for sizing radiators?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Fredstudio, 21 Sep 2016.

  1. Fredstudio

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    Does any one know the circular sliding chart that can be used for sizing radiators?
     
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  3. denso13

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    Mears?

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    Mears Calculator. I don't know anyone who uses one any more, it's quicker and more accurate with an app
     
  5. Terrywookfit

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    Not when you have fingers like cows tits!!
     
  6. There are a lot of online heating calculators, but they take so bloody long to input all the variable, that makes the mears calculators much easier to use - albeit not so accurate.

    Which app are you referring to Muggles.
     
  7. Steelmasons

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    Mears for me too...also in Feet and inches along with BTU's..
     
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    Would have to would it not. What with all those fooked keyboards, bet none available at PC World:LOL:
     
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