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I'm going to try to calculate my radiation and could use some quick help. I think these should all be considered column-type radiators but would appreciate confirmation.
There are four types of radiators. There are three singletons and all the rest are the same (except for number of sections). So I'll show you four pictures.
#6 is the kind that is all through the house (some have a much nicer bronze/gold finish). 20" tall if it matters
#2 is unusual because it's the most ornate, the tallest (37.5"), and there is no pipe connection between the sections at the top, just mechanical contact it seems. On all the other radiators, the top connections between sections look just like the bottom connections. It is in the foyer.
#10 is similar to #2 in general appearance, but different sizes etc. It's possible that this radiator was added as a small expansion of the house at some point, but I don't know. 20" tall.
#11 has 6 columns or tubes like #6, but is 3" narrower (9.5") and has somewhat shorter sections (2.5"). 20" tall
I'm looking at three different sets of tables and these don't seem to all fit perfectly.
Gunnison, Colorado -- Average Jan. low -8 F, record low -47 F