Haverland RCA Electric Radiators
The Haverland RCA wall mounted electric radiators are great for multi-user applications such as care homes, apartments and sheltered housing, bringing high precision, energy saving and top performance, making them a popular choice.
Why choose Haverland RCA electric radiators?
- Manual/ Analogue controls
- Low to medium thermal output installations
- Safe and smooth contours - no sharp edges
- Ten year radiator block seal guarantee
- Thermal uniformity - Enhanced radiant performance
- Three year electronic guarantee
- Choose from 500W, 750W, 1000W, 1250W and 1500W
- Aluminium block
- Easier to control, with a choice of three settings - Simply rotate thermostat from Anti-Freeze (12ºC) to Economy (16º-18ºC). Continue rotatation of thermostat from Economy to Comfort temperature settings (19º-24ºC).
- Safety thermal limiter
- Certifications: CE, SGS Products, Class 1, IP 24.
Frequently asked questions
How do I clean my Haverland Electric Radiators
The surface of the radiators should be cleaned using warm water and a small amount of washing up liquid. Abrasive, solvents and spray cleaners – such as those intended for cleaning tiles and counter tops – should never be used as they can have a damaging effect on the finish of radiators. Clean especially at the start of winter, to avoid burning any dust accumulated during the summer.
What side is the flex/power lead on for Haverland electric radiators?
The flex/power lead is on the right-hand side for the Haverland RCA, RCB, RCTT, RCTTi & RCE ranges of electric wall mounted radiators and conservatory radiators.
Whats the difference between Oil filled radiators, Gel filled radiators, and Dry heaters?
Quite simply - oil filled, gel filled and dry electric radiators are all electrically efficient, but may be more appropriate for your installation depending on your specific requirements and the size of the room that needs heating.
Dry heaters are designed to heat up both quickly and efficiently whilst you are in the room, ensuring that no heat energy is wasted when you do not require it. An Oil or Gel filled heater on the other hand will take longer to heat up and release heat into a room, but will heat your room for longer even after being turned off as that retained heat is dispersed slower.
Oil filled radiators are also deemed to be safer than a dry electric radiator as air flow to dry radiators can be affected by dust - therefore they can overheat and can be hot to the touch for children and pets in comparison to an oil filled radiator. There are specific low surface temperature electric radiators available for dry technology, although these are not widely available – they are a fantastic option for those who prefer the dry technology electric radiator.
Gel filled radiator is very similar to the oil filled radiator, but uses a thermodynamic gel compound as an alternative to oil for heat diffusion around the internals of the radiators metal construction.
Please see our Which Electric Radiator should I choose? Gel filled? Oil filled? or Dry? article for further information.
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