Haverland RC8TTi Inerzia - Electric Radiator, 1000W
- 765mm x 580mm x 100mm
- Heats up to 10m2
- 3 year electronic warranty
- 10 year body warranty
Quick Find: 9013
Part Code: RC8TTi
|Range||Haverland Designer RCTTi|
The compact Designer RC8TTi Inerzia is an amazing wall mounted electric heater using 'dry stone' thermal technology. With high energy efficiency and intensified thermal performance, it is a cost effective and viable alternative to conventional heating methods.
A lightweight, high-density thermal medium, enabling you to use less radiators, and heat up more space. 'Dry Stone' radiators are significantly smaller than conventional radiators. They perform better, and are the undoubted leader in terms of style, and a more clean and modern appearance.
Designed for use in larger spaces like public areas, communal stairwells and large traditional buildings and hotels, which were previously difficult and expensive to heat, and the built in digital programme controllers allow the temperature of each radiator to be set individually so that different 'comfort zones' can be created throughout the building.
Haverland radiators features
- 3 year electronic guarantee
- Choose from 1000W, 1500W and 1800W
- Aluminium block with curved elements
- 3 temperature settings: comfort, economy and anti-freeze
- 7 pre-set programs, one programmable option
|Average Consumption||610 W|
|Dimensions||765 x 580 x 100 mm|
|Heats Up To||10 m²|
|No. of Fins||8|
|Product Type||Electric Radiator|
|Thermal Technology||Ceramic Clay Core|
|Warranty (Body)||10 Years|
|Warranty (Electrical Components)||3 Years|
Frequently asked questions
The brackets that come with the Haverland Conservatory Electric Radiator are very simple to fit. There is an illustrative diagram and how to on page 14 of the Haverland RC12B Instruction Guide.
Haverland radiators are supplied with a moulded 13A fused plug for UK use. Radiators without plugs are designed to be connected to a Phase / Neutral terminal; there is no connection to ground. For ...
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 ...
Haverland electric radiators, come in five different power ratings. The output is the power consumed by the heating element in a one hour period otherwise known as a kilowatt hour (kWh). Multiplyin...
IP rating - Ingress Protection rating is the international standard used to define levels of sealing effectiveness of electrical enclosures against intrusion from foreign bodies including dirt and ...
To help you find the best heater for your room, we have created an easy-to-use Room Calculator. Before you begin, you will need 3 measurements: The width (in metres) of the room Leng...
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.
There is a formula for working out the fuse rating for each appliance. P (Power in Watts) / V (Voltage) = I (current in Amps) Note that you should always ensure that you round it up if it is ...
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Electric heaters do not burn fuel internally to generate heat, so there are no associated safety risks such as carbon monoxide poisoning or explosions. As there are no radiators to leak or burst...
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