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Heat Electric water filled electric radiators combine the heat quality of gas central heating systems with the simplicity of electric heating. From the outside the radiator looks like a standard Compact radiator but the inside hides an mini boiler and pump turning it into a self contained heating system.
Easy to install, the radiators simply plug into a standard socket and are mounted on the wall with a simple bracketing system.
100% efficient, the Heat Electric radiators heat up within 8 minutes reaching a surface temperature of 70°C. The radiators heat up more quickly than oil-filled radiators making them more responsive which can reduce running costs.
Heat Electric radiators are ideal for use with low cost Economy 10 tarriff.
Available in a range of sizes, with many sizes ideal for conservatories and extensions with low window sills.
The Heat Electric range comes in two versions:
HERF - Heat Electric Radio Frequency - The radiator features a dial temperature setting, tamper proof cover and a hidden air sensing thermostat allowing simple t use heat control. The radiator can also be controlled via a remote 7 day/24 hour programmer (HERC). Multiple radiators can be controlled via one programmer.
HERC - Heat Electric Remote Controller - The optional extra remote controller for the HERF model provides a wireless, 7 day/24 house digital thermostat which ensures the maximum level of energy efficient heating. Multiple radiators can be controlled by one timer or by installing more than one controller within a home allows for zoned controllability.
HEIT - Heat Electric Inbuilt Timer - The radiator features a 24 hour segment timer to allow for flexible heat and time programming, a dial temperature setting, tamper proof cover and a hidden air sensing thermostat.
2 year warranty. Radiator supplied with a 1.5 metre cable complete with BS 13 amp moulded plug.
HERF model has an IP rating of IP44 and can be installed in bathroom zones 2 and 3 provided that no electric control unit can be touched by people using the bath or shower. If the radiator is installed in zone 2 or zone 3 it must be connected to a dedicated spur connection located in the appropriate zone.
Manufactured in England