Size of radiator is determined by the heat loss of the room in which it is located.
To avoid incorrectly sizing the radiator (over or under) a heat loss calculation should be carried out, using the conventional 'long hand' method. Other 'short hand' methods are often used, which generally result in somewhat oversized radiators.
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