It is a double radiator (water) about 3` tall and 6` long and very heavy,and
`fits` by way of 2 brackets at the back. It will be mounting on to plaster
This is my understanding......
The radiator is too heavy for direct mounting onto plaster board, and the
spacing of the studs (battons ?) do not match the distances for the
I be correct in assuming the following....
The plaster board wall has vertical studs, I then use a couple of lengths of
wood (horizontal) to bridge the studs and then fix the brackets to the
horizontal pieces of wood. If this is correct then...
Should the horizontal pieces of would be attached to the vertical studs or
the plaster board or both?
What size of timber required for the horizontal lengths (2x2, 4x1 etc)
obviousy the length is to coincide with the brackets.What length of screws?
about how far out from the wall the radiator will sit when mounted onto the
PS I am only mounting the radiator a plumber is connecting for me, its an
additional radiator he is connecting to my existing central heating system.