Haverland RC12.8TT - Electric Radiator, 1800W
- 1036mm x 572mm x 100mm
- Heats up to 18m2
- 3 year electronic warranty
- 10 year body warranty
Quick Find: 14671
Part Code: RC12.8TT
|Range||Haverland Designer RCTT|
Meet the brilliant Haverland Designer RC12.8TT wall mounted electric heater. Moving away from conventional central heating systems, the 'Designer RCTT' range is the way forward, using 'clean technology' to keep your interior decor stain, soot and dust free.
The Haverland 1800W heater has an innovative new function, a built-in energy monitor, which allows you to make significant savings just by reducing the temperature settings by one or two degrees, making it a hugely popular choice.
Haverland 1800W heater features
- 3 year electronic guarantee
- 10 year radiator block seal guarantee
- Available in 6 different sizes from 500W to 1800W
- Programmable digital thermostat
- 7 pre-set programs, one programmable option
- High precision electronics
- Dynamic gel with high thermal inertia
- Temperature settings: Comfort, Economy and Anti-freeze
- Intuitive keypad
- Safety thermal limiter
- Certifications: CE, BSRIA, SGS Product, N Aenor, Class 1, IP24
|Average Consumption||915 W|
|Dimensions||1036 x 572 x 100 mm|
|Electric Heater Type||Electric Radiators|
|Heats Up To||18 m²|
|No. of Fins||12|
|Product Type||Electric Radiator|
|Thermal Technology||Gel Filled|
|Warranty (Body)||10 Years|
|Warranty (Electrical Components)||3 Years|
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