Electric, Aesthetic And Economical
CaloEnergia high efficient heating system works through a special heat conductor system inside the element. The system produces warmth much faster than standard radiators and supply a homogeneous heat at any point of the surface.
Due to this special technology approx. a third less energy is needed in comparison the standard radiators. Choose from various sizes, colors, prints and individual designs in UV resistant paint.
CaloEnergia electric radiators incorporate an advanced heat conductive element, allowing them to reach peak operating temperature rapidly.
The materials used in their manufacture then transmit that heat evenly across the entire surface area of the radiator.
These advanced technologies mean that CaloEnergia electric heaters draw a third less energy than standard electrically powered radiators for the same thermal output!
This improved efficiency results in greater energy savings… and a lower Carbon cost.
CaloEnergia electric radiators are available in a wide range of UV stable colours or individual designer prints, complementing their modern, contemporary, design.
Power requirement: Single phase, 220v – 230v.
Moisture protected to class IP44.
Particulate protection to class IP64 on selected models.
Surface temperature controlled via thermostat display.
Panel size options:
600mm length x width up to 1020 mm.
1800 mm length x width up to 590mm.
Maximum surface temperature: 60° C.
Comes with a 3 year conditional warranty on all electrical components.
1 – ERP defined
2 – Adjustable heat control
3 – Two independent NTC thermal sensors.
4 – Radiator and room temperatures monitored simultaneously.
5 – Sensitive to temperature variations of 0.5° C
6 – Auto-shutdown protection if the radiator inclines from the vertical.
7 – 24 hour, 7 day programmable.
This product qualifies as ‘ENERGY SAVING’ according to the relevant European directives and standards.
CaloEnergia energy saving radiators are easy to assemble. Our radiator harmonises perfectly with any heat source and only requires 5% of the water volume of a conventional radiator. This perfectly closes the previous gap in the energy saving chain.