How to Install Combi Honeycomb Radiator?
We have listed below what we need to do during the installation of the boiler core radiator for our valued customers.
The places where the assembly will be done first must be determined. After the installation locations are determined, the height from the floor, the gaps at the top, right and left should be determined and markings on the wall should be made. It measures 72mm (7.2cm) upwards from the bottom edge of the honeycomb on the axis of the hanger plate and this place is marked on the wall. Using the hanger bracket as a template, it is marked by adjusting the screw holes to be drilled on the wall, on the condition that the holes on the bracket will touch the axis line and be perpendicular to the floor, with the bottom edge to the marked point. Considering the radiator type, the measurement is taken on the condition that it is parallel to the floor and the places where the hanger brackets will come are marked. Hanger brackets are used as templates and the places to be drilled on the wall are marked. The places marked on the wall are opened with a diameter of 10mm (1cm) and a depth of 50mm (5cm) and dowels are placed in these holes. Depending on the need, the narrow or wide side of the hanger bracket is attached to the wall and installed. The radiator bracket is suspended by placing the hanger clips in their slots. It is controlled by a spirit level to be vertical and parallel.
Things to Consider While Installing Combi Honeycomb Radiator
Its height from the ground should be at least 70mm. There should be at least 40mm distance from the wall. If cast sliced combs will be used, since the distance between the slices is 6mm, the consoles should be adjusted and drilled accordingly. Valves must be placed at the inlet and outlet of radiators. There must be a purger in the upper connection part to take the air inside. If the length of the radiator exceeds 1.6m, the circulation pump in the boiler should be fully circulated or a cross connection should be made on both sides in order for the comb to dissipate the heat in the best way. Branch pipes must be between 250mm and 1500mm and return branch slopes must be given appropriately.