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Retro fitting a traditional radiator

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by AdamMeakins, 28 Mar 2014.

  1. AdamMeakins

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    Hi all, I'm after some advice to see if it's possible to fit a traditional style floor standing cast iron radiator to existing pipe work coming out of a stone floor that's being used for a single pane 600x900 rad

    The depth of the existing pipes centres from the wall is 250mm and the radiator I'm looking to fit needs them to be 550mm

    Is there anyway to bend the pipes as they come out of the floor to fit this type of radiator

    Any advice very much appreciated

    Cheers

    Adam
     
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    If you don't want to dig the floor up you'll have to use some end feed fittings to bring the pipes forward.
     
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