Without complicated interventions to expand the heating system, today you can add an electric radiator to your bathroom, choosing it to measure and power appropriate to your needs and you save money by mounting it.

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Important breakthrough in the heating sector: now there is an electric radiator, to be purchased in mounting kits, choosing between three powers, different sizes, shapes and colors.
Needless to point out the great utility of the radiator, effective as a reinforcement to the radiator of the bathroom in the coldest season, even in the morning and evening, in the middle seasons, when the heating is now off; the great novelty lies in the fact that this technical element, and at the same time of furniture, has been designed to solve every need.

Ottavio, so it is called the electric radiator De’ Longhi, is supplied in kits to be assembled, so you can configure it to measure, satisfying, in addition to personal tastes, also the needs of space available and the need for power. Maximum versatility and lightness that really allow anyone to buy it, take it home and assemble it without difficulty and without special tools: the radiator, including packaging, weighs less than 5 kg and the package has a footprint of only 95x14x8 cm.

Easy nd brilliant

There is no need for special tools for the assembly of Ottavio, the only screws, in addition to those for wall application, are those to fix the caps on the head to the collectors.

  • 1. The lateral blocks are engaged at the ends of the horizontal tubes; they snap, thanks to a tab.
  • 2. The self-heating conductor is inserted laterally in the horizontal tubes starting from the lower one and, winding from one to the other, it is inserted in all up to the upper one.
  • 3-4. The collectors, that is the two lateral aluminum profiles, that unite the whole,
    insert from the bottom by sequentially entering the blocks in the seat intended for them. The collectors are inserted one at a time; the blocks must be all included.
  • 5. On the back, the manifold has a groove
    in which the 4 retaining nuts of the wall spacers run. They slide so that the spacers remain in a symmetrical position, allowing you to drill near the joints and avoid damaging the tiles.
  • 6. A large hexagonal head screw blocks each spacer in the position attributed to it.
    It tightens with a fork wrench.
  • 7. The 4 spacers must remain close to the ends of the manifolds: for simplicity take as reference the second horizontal tube from below and the second from above.
  • 8. Provisionally placed the radiator on the wall, you mark the holes to be made; after making them insert the expansion plugs and block the attacks of the spacers.
  • 9. The spacers of the radiator fit on the wall mounts.