|Range||Electrorad Aeroflow Electric Radiators|
Aeroflow German made electric radiators are extremely high quality electric radiators with the longest warranty available of 30 years. Internally, the electrical elements are encased within non-porous fireclay heat plates. When the element heats, it transfers the heat to the fireclay and then in turn to the radiant surface of the radiator. Once the core is hot, cold air is drawn from the floor and up through the flutes to create convection heat.
Conservatory heating is probably the most difficult area of a home to heat- with heat loss factors usually at least twice that of any other room in the house.
Aeroflow German heating radiators continuously generate and conserve heat within the core of the heater. The heat retention is achieved by a series of fireclay heat plates in the centre of the radiator. Each heat plate has a coiled heating element totally buried within it, forming an integral part of the plate. Each heat plate has a typical power rating of 100 – 200 watts. When the electric heating system is switched on, the element gets hot, heating the storage plate within a matter of minutes. Once heated the heat plate will retain heat for well over 30 minutes, transferring heat to the metal casing and flutes of the radiator.
Each Aeroflow German radiator has a built-in digital electronic room thermostat and 7-day programming system. Optionally they can be controlled remotely by radio frequency. The electronic thermostat is accurate to +/- 0.2 deg C and the timing system allows you to pre-set required room temperatures at specific times. As the temperature drops in a room the thermostat senses the change and switches the heater on, perhaps for only a minute to re-heat the internal plates. This continual dynamic re-heat process continues thereby maintaining the room temperature. The ability to sense temperature changes and react immediately is one of the great benefits of this type of heating. Because of the ability to heat up quickly and store heat, the use of electricity is limited and the cost of using the Aeroflow radiators can be just a few pence per hour, with recent tests in the UK confirming these the low running costs. These tests have shown that not only do these German radiators heat the room to a comfortable even temperature but also keep the floor temperature within a few degrees of the ambient room temperature.
The Heart of the heating system is a refractory block combining a unique storage material with modern design and technology, creating a highly efficient heating unit.
Within each fireclay refractory heat plate, is a low wattage heating element, heating the block from the inside. So, no exposed element to dry the air.
The fluted design provides a large surface area in a small space. If you were to pull the fluted steel flat it would be around 4 times the length. Therefore very efficient at creating radiant heat without the need for huge radiators. The large, rounded flutes ensure airflow through the radiator to create strong convection.
|Dimensions||1580 x 300 x 90 mm|
|Heats Up To||20 m²|
|Thermal Technology||Ceramic Clay Core|
|Warranty (Electrical Components)||2 Years|
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