Zehnder are as old as the industry itself, with radiator designs which reach back as far as 1930 when the Zehnder Charleston was first designed.
Zehnder radiators are more than simply objects of heating. Designed by renowned international designers, they stand for a modern and self-conscious savoir-vivre. They blend perfectly into the current lifestyles like the country house ambience, minimalist purism, classic style or colourful modern trends
From the basement to the roof; whether it be in the bathroom, kitchen, bedroom or guest washroom, Zehnder radiators always have a suitably designed radiator.
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Fitting the bill in a wide range of interior design trends, Zehnder radiators are one of the most exciting ranges on the market. These radiators are some of the most innovative out there, and are flexible in their styles. From horizontal radiators to sleek minimalist designer towel rails, Zehnder radiators fit the bill for almost all homes. With a high BTU output and creative designs, the Zehnder is truly one of the most exciting brands on the market today and come at great value prices to suit the competitive market place. To easily work out what BTU requirement you'd need for your home take a look at our BTU calculator.
Zehnder is a brand founded in 1895 by Swiss national Jakob Zehnder. From his original workshop for bicycles and typewriters, the company expanded into home heating in 1930, when Robert Zehnder created the tubular radiator. These radiators were far lighter than the traditional cast iron radiators which were used worldwide at the time, and gave an alternative to the rigid rules of the radiator game such as standard column radiators. Zehnder has since become a household name, offering a North European alternative to the Italian and British brands of radiator, and offering something truly contemporary. Zehnder radiators are made from premium-grade aluminium, allowing them to bring fast heat ups together with easy installations.