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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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They regulate or cut off the flow of hot water to individual radiators, while the programmer and room thermostat control the heat to the whole house.
Radiators fell out of fashion in the late 90's, making a commanding return in 21st century.
Old heating systems often lack adequate controls, such as adjustable radiator valves, so you can't turn down the radiators in rooms where you don't need them on full power, or on at all.
And a small radiator market means there is a lack of incentive for manufacturers to produce and distribute avant-garde models.
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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.
The company's founder, plumber Geoffrey Ward, was at the forefront of the radiator revolution in 1979, but it all happened by accident.
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