Designer RCV

For partitioned, zone controlled heating in apartments, hotels, offices and more

Climatize the house is a basic need, but it is possible to do it in many ways. A Haverland UK low consumption electric radiator is one of the most interesting possibilities, because it combines energy efficiency, economic savings, comfort and advanced technology.

When purchasing a Haverland low-consumption electric radiator, it is very important to know its main characteristics, its functions and benefits, in order to be able to choose the best alternative according to the needs to be covered. At Haverland UK, a company specialized in electric radiators and Smart heating, we have a wide range of low consumption electric radiators: we now present all the aspects to take into account.

What are low consumption electric radiators

Low consumption electric radiators are heating systems that use electricity to produce heat but are designed to consume less energy compared to traditional electric radiators. They use advanced technologies, such as insulation and efficient heating elements, to reduce energy waste and improve energy efficiency. This translates to lower energy bills and a smaller carbon footprint. In addition, some energy efficient electric radiators also come with smart features, such as programmable thermostats and remote controls, that allow you to adjust the temperature and schedule the heating according to your needs.

How much do low consumption electric radiators consume?

Energy efficient electric radiators typically draw between 400 and 1500 watt hours, depending on the size and efficiency of the model. However, the exact consumption depends on factors such as the ambient temperature, the desired temperature and the duration of use.

How to use low consumption electric radiators

To make the most of the efficiency of a Haverland low-consumption electric radiator, it is necessary to have adequate thermal insulation in the rooms, which makes it possible to maintain maximum climatic comfort for as long as possible. On the other hand, the operation of these equipment is very simple thanks to the intuitive digital panels that they integrate, which allow them to be easily managed and programmed.

Advantages and benefits of the Designer RCV low consumption electric radiator

With a sleek, modern design, the Designer RCV is the ideal radiator for medium to high thermal output installations and less frequented areas such as banqueting halls in hotels, conference facilities in corporate buildings, sanctuaries in churches, communal areas in apartment and offices developments etc.

 Thanks to a pilot wired zoning feature, you can program a partitioned network of RCVs from a central point using a wall-mounted control display panel (not supplied), saving energy in areas that are used less often or not as consistently.

Programmable digital thermostat, with 4 pre-set programs and 1 programmable option

Pilot wired zone control and management

Zones controlled by a standard central heating panel “Pilot Wire” (not supplied)

High precision electronics

Aluminium block with innovative design of curved elements

Dynamic gel with high thermal inertia

Double isolated resistance

Intuitive keypad

Certifications: CE, BSRIA, SGS Product, N Aenor

IP24, Class II

Safety thermal limiter

White cable, without plug (pilot wire)

How to save with low consumption electric radiators

To save with low-consumption electric radiators:

  1. Use a programmable thermostat to control temperature.
  2. Insulate your home to reduce heat loss.
  3. Only heat the rooms you’re using.
  4. Reduce draughts to keep heat in.
  5. Choose energy-efficient models with a high heat output.
  6. Keep radiators free from obstructions.

How to choose which one to buy

To determine which electric radiator to buy:

  1. Assess your heating needs (size, room type, insulation, etc.).
  2. Look for models with high efficiency and high heat output.
  3. Check energy efficiency labeling, such as “A++”.
  4. Consider features like timer, temperature control, and thermostat.
  5. Read product reviews and compare prices.
  6. Check manufacturer’s warranty and after-sales support.