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radiator

(rā′dē-ā″tor) [LL. radiatus, radiate]
A device for radiating heat or light.

infrared radiator

A device for transmitting infrared rays.
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Fitting adjustable valves, preferably thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs), can give you more control over the output of each radiator.
Due to the big up rise of cast iron radiators in the early 1970's, aluminum radiators never fully flourished.
5 MAKE SURE YOU'RE THE ONE IN CONTROL OLD heating systems often lack adequate controls, such as adjustable radiator valves, so you can't turn the radiators up or down - they're either on or off.
A warm, efficient radiator can help you beat the winter blues
Another reason a radiator might be inadequate is if it's not powerful enough for the room, or you need more than one.
Another obstacle to a wider choice of radiators is Americans' hunger for surface area.
The website is currently offering a range of vertical, horizontal and compact radiators from many top brands.
The radiator offers the same strength as DENSO's previous radiators while using thinner materials.
THE time has come to turn on my central heating and I expect the radiators will need bleeding.
ISLAMABAD, August 27, 2011 (Balochistan Times): An inquiry into theft of 11 radiators from Railways locomotives worth million of rupees revealed that the radiators were not stolen rather these were misappropriated and placed in another two engines.
RADIATORS, once the ugly ducklings of the home and usually ignored unless they didn't work, have undergone a transformation.