|Range||Haverland Designer RCA|
One of the most efficient products on the market, the Haverland Designer RCA electric heater will save you even more money with reduced maintenance costs compared to conventional gas heating systems.
These wall mounted RCA 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!
|Average Consumption||458 W|
|Dimensions||593 x 580 x 94 mm|
|Heats Up To||7 m²|
|No. of Fins||6|
|Product Type||Electric Radiator|
|Thermal Technology||Gel Filled|
|Warranty (Body)||10 Years|
|Warranty (Electrical Components)||3 Years|
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