Heating: A Guide To Water-Filled Electric Heaters
A brand new way to heat your home is the revolutionary water-filled electric heaters by Heat Electric. Water is circulated inside the heater, via a miniature pump, and in just ten minutes, the radiator is giving out clean, safe heat that doesn’t burn the moisture in the air – like most convector/electric heaters do – or dry the surrounding air you breathe.
The radiator does not require any plumbing or excessive maintenance to install in your home, office, commercial building, conservatory, extension etc and all it needs is a standard 13-amp socket to plug into.
How Does It Work?
The outer folded casing is the same as any conventional gas central heating system of radiators, which have been used and favoured for over 40 years as it maximises the output of the heat.
When the heater is switched on it heats water sitting in a tube at the bottom of the radiator, which is then transported throughout the rest of the pipes inside the radiator via a mini pump. Given the fact that water is so much quicker to heat up than conventional oil radiators, the heater can reach up to temperatures of around 70 degrees in a matter of minutes.
Three Types Of Heater Available;
Inbuilt Timer Control
This features a built in 24-hour timer control which allows adjustment of the heaters on/off times when the room has reached a designated temperature. The radiator uses a sophisticated thermostat which can gauge the temperature of any room, saving money when the required temperature is reached automatically switching the heater off.
Digital Remote Control
This product does exactly what an inbuilt timer does, but in this instance the timer control is via a remote control which can be connected to more than one radiator in the house. All heaters in the house can be adjusted from one remote control.
Low Surface Temperatures
Heat Electric’s range of low surface temperature radiators are for use in places such as nurseries, schools, care homes and other public buildings. For full information on this type of water filled heating, please contact Heat Electric on 01422 231943, or email them at email@example.com.
Mark the areas of the wall using a spirit level. Place the brackets onto the wall using a drill – make sure when locating they are close enough to a wall socket. Place the radiator onto the brackets until a click is heard, which means it is locked into place. Plug into a 13 amp socket and installation is complete.