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At IRSAP, we are proud to be a manufacture and want to ensure our customers and consumers alike are inspired and informed. Why not take a look at our selection of articles below from functional aspects of managing your heating system through to design and creative considerations when selecting your radiator.

Helpful Tips & Advise

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Replacing old Radiators

Thinking of replacing an old radiator?

There are many reasons why you might decide to replace the radiators in your house: it may be necessary, for example, to carry out major changes to renovate the whole house, so in addition to replacing the old boiler with a condensing heat generator...

Worker hands repairing radiator with wre
How to Disassemble a Radiator

Do You need to remove a radiator and you're afraid you might flood the house?

Radiators are the most visible part of most heating systems. Connected to a network of pipes that deliver hot water, heated by a central boiler, they are usually made of metal, such as steel, cast iron and aluminium...

Radiators as a Decorative Element

Need to replace your old radiator? why not make your home more elegant, colourful, etc...

If you’ve decided to face the complete restyle of your home, with this comes the opportunity to replace your old radiators, but where to start...

Electric Radiators

Electric Radiators, the fast solution for heating needs 

Changing or adding to the heating plumbing system, in a house is always has the potential for a lot of building work to be needed; the installation of an electric product is a possible convenient option...

How to bleed a radiator

Practical guide on how to vent your radiator and why it’s important.

Pockets of oxygen naturally build up in central heating systems due to the amount of fresh water running through it - this in turn causes radiators to become less efficient. Radiators require venting to alleviate the...

Thermostatic Valves

The easy solution for energy saving

A valve is a simple tap that regulates the flow of hot water in and out of the radiator which then changes the temperature of the room. There are two types of valves: non-thermostatic (manual) and thermostatic (TRV).
The TRV controls the radiator's temperature...

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