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Haverland RC11BL 1250W Electric Conservatory Heater 1010mm 11 Elements

10 Year Warranty
Heats Up To 12 m²*

* All recommended "heats up to" are for example only and are based on current building regulations any deviation within in this build example may significantly affect this recommendation. We always recommend contacting us for a free heat loss calculation.

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Part Number: RC11BL
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ManufacturerHaverland
RangeHaverland RCBL
ModelRC11BL
WeightWeight 15.50 Kg

The stunning Haverland RCBL electric radiator is hugely efficient and combines both radiant and convection heat. Using a dynamic gel with high thermal inertia - recommended for small areas.

  • Aluminium block with innovative design of straight elements
  • Dynamic fluid with high thermal inertia and uniform heat distribution
  • PID digital thermostat with +/-0.2º accuracy
  • Consumption indicator
  • Manual or automatic function
  • Bespoke programming
  • 7 pre-set programs
  • 3 functions: Comfort, economy and anti-freeze
  • Environment temperature displayed
  • Intuitive keypad
  • Digital ON/OFF display
  • Lockable keyboard function to prevent tampering
  • It will save the current time thanks to its lithium battery
  • Safety thermal limiter
  • Keyboard Lock
  • Length of the cable is 1.80 m approx. on the right
  • UK plug supplied
  • Radiator supports included with wall template and full set of accessories
  • IPX2, Class I
  • 10 year radiator block seal guarantee
  • 3 year electronic guarantee
Technical Specifications
Area 0.38 m²
Brand Haverland
BTU 4268 BTU/hr
Colour White
Depth 100 mm
Dimensions 1010 x 380 x 100 mm
Heats Up To 12 m²
Height 380 mm
No. of Elements 11
Portable No
Product Type Electric Radiator
Thermal Technology Gel Filled
Timer Programmable
Voltage 230 V
Warranty (Body) 10 Years
Warranty (Electrical Components) 3 Years
Wattage 1250 W
Width 1010 mm

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