• Supplying The UK Since 1972

    Supplying The UK
    Since 1972

  • Delivered From Stock Within One Week

    Delivered From Stock
    Within One Week

  • Quality Products Manufactured In The UK & Europe

    Quality Products Manufactured
    In The UK & Europe

  • Technical Support With System Advice

    Technical Support With
    System Advice

  • Supplying The UK Since 1972

    Supplying The UK
    Since 1972

  • Delivered From Stock Within One Week

    Delivered From Stock
    Within One Week

  • Quality Products Manufactured In The UK & Europe

    Quality Products Manufactured
    In The UK & Europe

  • Technical Support With System Advice

    Technical Support With
    System Advice

Whether you require Tips and Advice about radiators, plate heat exchangers or heating systems in general AEL have the technical expertise to provide guidance on your system design and which products are best suited to your application.

Should you not find the answer to your problem in our “Tips and Advice” articles and require any help feel free to contact our technical sales office.

  1. Glossary of Commonly Used Industry Terms

    Air vent - A small usually manual valve that requires a key to permit air that has accumulated in the top of the radiator to be released into atmosphere.

    Angled Radiator Valves - the flow and return pipework h […]

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  2. HOW TO CALCULATE THE "DELTA T" FOR A RADIATOR

    QUESTION: After using the “Easy heat guide for your room” on the home page of www.aelheating.com i now know the heat required for my room so how do i check that the radiator i have chosen will provide enough heat output. […]

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  3. Bleeding a Radiator ( AKA: Removal of Air)

    If your radiator/s feel cold at the top and warm at the bottom it is likely that the problem is being caused by air that has been trapped in your radiator so you should be able to fix the problem by bleeding your radiator.

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  4. HOW TO BALANCE A RADIATOR

    If some radiators in your heating system are cold and others hot they may need balancing.
    Tool List: Radiator-bleeding key Lockshield valve adjuster or adjustable spanner Screwdriver Digital thermometer or multimeter wit […]

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  5. What is a Thermostatic Radiator Valve ( TRV ) ?

    Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs) sense the air temperature around the head and regulate the flow of water through the radiator which they are fitted to. They do not control the boiler.

    The temperature on the head should […]

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  6. WHAT IS A TRV WITH REMOTE SENSOR

    Thermostatic radiator valves with remote sensors are used when a radiator is fitted into a confined space or behind a grill or guard.

    A standard TRV will give a false signal in a confined area because of the lack of air mov […]

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  7. WHY ARE MY CENTRAL HEATING RADIATORS NOT GETTING HOT ?

    There are many reasons why one or more central heating radiators in a house are too cold or too hot, use the information here to identify the areas for investigation.

    Always check the simple reasons first before looking for […]

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