Haverland RC8TTi Inerzia - Electric Radiator, 1000W

Haverland RC8TTi
Haverland RC8TTi
Haverland RC8TTi Inerzia - Electric Radiator, 1000W
Haverland RC8TTi Inerzia - Electric Radiator, 1000W
Haverland RC8TTi Inerzia - Electric Radiator, 1000W
Haverland RC8TTi Inerzia - Electric Radiator, 1000W
Haverland
  • 1kW
  • 765mm x 580mm x 100mm
  • Heats up to 10m2
  • 3 year electronic warranty
  • 10 year body warranty

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Quick Find: 9013
Part Code: RC8TTi

Heats Up To 10 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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Product overview

Manufacturer Haverland
Range Haverland Designer RCTTi
Model 1000 Watts
Barcode 8423055002478
Weight 21.00 Kg

Haverland RC8TTi

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

Technical specifications

Average Consumption610 W
BrandHaverland
BTU3412 BTU/hr
Child LockYes
Class1
ColourWhite
Depth100 mm
Dimensions765 x 580 x 100 mm
Heats Up To10 m²
Height580 mm
IP RatingIP24
No. of Fins8
PortableNo
Product TypeElectric Radiator
Thermal TechnologyCeramic Clay Core
Thermal TechnologyDry
TimerProgrammable
Voltage230/240 V
Warranty (Body)10 Years
Warranty (Electrical Components)3 Years
Wattage1000 W
Wi-Fi CompatibleNo
Width765 mm

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