Revive 600h x 3000l Single Premium Radiator (K1)

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The Revive 600h x 3000l single premium (K1) compact panel radiator is available from stock at the lowest prices anywhere. Also known as Type 11, this is the most common style of radiator used in the majority of central heating systems in the UK offering high output and optimum efficiency.

Please note: This size radiator will need to be ordered in, so will take a little longer to deliver.

  • Single front panel with single row of convectors on the rear

  • Factory-fitted top grille and side panels

  • High quality white enamel paint finish

  • Installation package includes brackets, vents, bolts and wall plugs

  • EN442 tested and certified

  • 10 year manufacturers warranty

Revive Radiators
Manufacturer Product Number
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Warranty Terms and Conditions
Height (Metric)
Width (Metric)
Depth (Metric)
Heat Output Watts
Radiator Panels
Radiator Convectors
Radiator BTU Output
Projection from wall
91mm to 106mm
Pipe Centres
40mm or 55mm From The Wall
1/2" Female Thread
Installation PDF File
Manufacturers brochure PDF File
Product Type
Compact Panel Radiator
Radiator Type
Single Premium (K1)
Colours From Stock
Product Questions
Are your revive radiators the same as stelrad because you call them the same eg K1 K2 P+
Both Revive Radiators and Stelrad manufacture what's known as a 'Compact' radiator which is the standard type of radiator in most homes. The Revive Radiators compact range comes with 2 side panels and a top grille fitted as standard. There are generally 3 variations - Single Panel, Single Convector (known as a Single Premium, K1, Type 11 or SC radiator) Double Panel, Single Convector (known as a Double Premium, P+, Type 21 or DP+ radiator) Double Panel, Double Convector (known as a Double Deluxe, K2, Type 22 or DC radiator) The more panels and convectors there are the more heat can be produced, meaning you could have a smaller radiator with more panels and convectors (taking up less wall space) and still produce the same amount of heat as a bigger radiator with less panels and convectors (which would take up more wall space)
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How can I work out which size radiators I need?

Our BTU Calculator tool will help you identify suitable radiators for the specific room(s) in question.

As a guide, in our experience we’ve found the typical room size of the average 3 bedroomed house requires the following radiator sizes:

Lounge = 1400 x 600 double
Dining room = 1200 x 600 double
Kitchen = 900 x 600 double
Bedroom 1 = 1400 x 600 single
Bedroom 2 = 1200 x 600 single
Bedroom 3 = 900 x 600 single
Bathroom = 600 x 600 double

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Are your products guaranteed?

Yes all our products come with a guarantee.

Guarantees or warranties vary, by product and manufacturer.

All our products are guaranteed for a minimum of 1 year (radiators 10 years, copper tube 25 years) but many offer longer warranties from the manufacturer, which you may need to register for.

On each product, under the specification tab, you will find more information on the guarantee or Warranty.

Follow links through to various manufacturers sites, as each manufacturer will have its own terms and conditions for qualifying for longer warranties.

You do not want to miss out by getting the wrong installer for some boilers etc.

As Boilers and radiators are installed by third parties, they do have to install in compliance with regulations and manufacturer standards to get the full benefit of the warranty.

As long as these ar fulfilled, you will get the maximum life and support from your new purchase.

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