What you should know about heating?
The heat output basically means how well a radiator can heat up a room; too low a heat output and a radiator wouldn’t be able to heat up a room sufficiently; too high and there would be too much heat loss and therefore a cost in poor efficiency. Heat output is measured in British thermal units (BTU), with one BTU required to heat up a pound of water to one degree. Therefore, a BTU unit is approximately comparable to 1055 joules, another unit of energy.
The size of a room determines how much output a radiator will need to sufficiently heat up a room. This can be determined by using a BTU calculator, which will tell you whether a room need significant heat output, normal output or low output. The height, length and width of a room, as well as the number of radiators will determine the power of a radiator required.
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