Electric Heating Elements

Explore our diverse range of electrical heating elements at UKAA. These radiator heating elements can be used with new, reproduction and traditional reclaimed cast iron column radiators, to create electric cast iron radiators.

Use as a standalone electric heating source, or use with a traditional system creating a dual fuel electric cast iron radiator – this uses both energy sources to fuel the cast iron electric radiator, successfully completing the process of converting cast iron radiator to electric. Browse through our range of vintage style electric radiators now.

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Electrical radiator elements designed to be used with old Victorian reclaimed and reproduction cast iron column radiators to create electric heating


Electric Cast Iron Radiators

All of our electric heating elements products can be used with any of our Carron cast iron radiators to create electric cast iron radiators. These electric heating elements are available in 1.5kW and 2kW options, in a range of finishes including anthracite, satin gold, white, satin steel and chrome.

At UKAA, we offer a worldwide shipping service on all of our electric heating elements meaning that wherever you reside, you can successfully heat up your home using any of our cast iron electric radiators. For any more information on electric column radiators, please contact a member of our helpful customer services team on 01543 222 923 today for expert help and advice. Alternatively, browse our full range of cast iron radiators today to see what else we have to offer.

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Electrical Elements For Cast Iron Radiators

Our wide range of electric elements can be used with traditional cast iron radiators at UKAA.

These electric elements can be fitted to traditional reclaimed radiators or new reproduction radiators to convert the radiators to electric heating.

Cast Iron 4 Column Victorian Radiator with electrical elements made by Carron and Sold Worldwide by UKAA


Why Electric Cast Iron Radiators?

Your electric element for radiators can be used as a standalone heat source or can be fitted to a radiator already plumbed into the central heating system. For example, the electric element can be fitted to a bathroom radiator so that the radiator can be turned "on" when your central heating is "off".

The electric element is fitted with a thermostat which will control the temperature of the room, and it also has a frost setting. To further enhance this, your electrician can also incorporate a timer.

For more information on electric cast iron radiators, contact us today.

How To Fit An Electric Element On Your Radiator

Please see the manufactures instructions below of how to fit an electrical element to a cast iron radiator. The manufacturer’s fitting instructions are also included with your heating element.

We recommend that a safety valve is fitted when installing the heating element.

Instructions for Using Electric Elements for Cast Iron Radiators to Convert Old Victorian Radiators to Electric are Perfect for Bathrooms and Kitchens  

How to Fit an Electric Element to a Cast Iron Radiator Fitting Instructions are Ideal to Use to Convert New and Old Cast Iron Radiators to Electric  

Instructions on How to Fit an Electric Element to Old metal Radiators or New Radiators to Make an Electric Radiator Suitable for Period Homes  

Manufacturers Fitting Instructions for Electric Elements to fit Old or New Metal Radiators as a Standalone Heat Source or as Dual Fuel

The radiator must to be filled as below. Please note, this process must be completed by a professional.

• Begin by unscrewing the two end caps at the top of the radiator – this will reveal a large hole at either end of the radiator.

• Fill the radiator up with the water and glycol mix. Note, the heating element must be fully submerged.

• Start filling slowly from the one end so there are no air locks in the radiator.

Cast Iron electric Radiators are made by Carron and Sold Worldwide by UKAA

• When the radiator is filled, screw the radiator end cap back on the left-hand side and raise the radiator at an angle. Carry on filling the radiator slowly to make sure there are no airlocks.

• You must leave a 5% gap at the top of the radiator to allow for expansion.

Electrical Radiators are made by Carron and Sold Worldwide by UKAA


• Screw the radiator bush back on the right-hand side.

Electrical Cast Iron Victorian Radiator made by Carron and Sold Worldwide by UKAA


The radiator is now ready for connection to your electrical supply.


Browse through our full range of cast iron radiators today or contact us for more guidance on fitting electrical elements.

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