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How hot is too hot for radiators?

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Hot water radiators that reach a temperature of 43 degrees or above pose a risk of instant burning or scalding of the skin when people come into contact with them, and can cause significant injury as a result.

It is recommended that radiators incorporate a temperature somewhere between 18 and 22 degrees to create a comfortably warm homely environment.

To find out more, browse our blog, Are your radiators too hot?