Economiser Wireless Programmable Thermostat

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Whether you have just one room, an apartment, a house or an office, you can easily create simple heating zones by adding a wireless programmable thermostat.

A heating zone is an area that is heated individually by a single radiator or multiple radiators, and controlled centrally with this thermostat.

Within the zone, the radiators operate simultaneously to a single set of time and temperature settings.

The heating zone can be a single room, or a group of adjoining rooms.

Choose an option below that best matches your requirement

I need a simple Economiser Radiator that just plugs-in. I want simple manual control without programming.

logo-smallThe simplified dial control option is the one for you. No wiring is required – just put it on the wall and plug it in. This option is great if you don’t need a full heating system, or if you want a high-quality radiator that’s very easy for anybody to install and use.

dial rounded 1The easily understandable numbered dial is recessed into the side of the radiator. Find a setting that’s comfortable and that’s it!

The built-in temperature sensor down at the floor level monitors your room temperature. When the green light comes on, the radiator stops drawing power and continues emitting retained warmth.

I need an Economiser Radiator that just plugs-in. I want programming.

logo-smallThe Integral Programmer is a great choice. No wiring is required – just put it on the wall and plug it in. This option is great for any room and allows individual control and programming over each radiator – at the radiator.

The back-lit LCD display is easy to read and allows for full 7-day programming. The control is mounted in the side of the radiator in a vented panel, so the operating temperature remains cool.Integral programmer tool tip

The built-in temperature sensor down at the floor level monitors your room temperature. When the green light comes on, the radiator stops drawing power and continues emitting retained warmth.

I need to heat a single room, a studio flat, or an open-plan area

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You need a single wireless programmable thermostat to control multiple radiators from a central point, or you could choose the Integral Programmer.

I need to heat an apartment

logo-smallYou need a wireless programmable thermostat in the main living area to include the hallway, lounge and kitchen, or you can choose the Simple Dial or Integral Programmer options.

Bedrooms should usually be controlled individually. Bedrooms are usually held at 16-18 degrees c. At these lower temperatures, there is often little benefit in installing the German-made Economiser Radiators, which offer slightly increased comfort levels when heating larger areas to 20 degrees c or more.

I need to heat bedrooms only

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We suggest going for Vantage Radiators. Bedrooms are usually held at 16-18 degrees c. At these lower temperatures, there is often little benefit in installing the German-made Economiser Radiators, which offer slightly increased comfort levels, which are usually only noticeable in larger or colder areas that require 20 degrees c or more.

I need to heat a whole house

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Depending on the size and configuration of the property, and your personal preferences, there are many options. Wireless programmable thermostats can easily be added or removed at any time.

In it’s most basic form, a two-storey home heating system could be zoned with two wireless programmable thermostats. One would be located centrally to control the rooms on the ground floor, and another on the first floor.

Think about the areas that are used most often, and the areas that adjoin each other.  Economiser Radiators used in a lounge, dining room and toilet that are connected by a hallway can usually be controlled from a single central wireless programmable thermostat. You may wish to add a wireless programmable thermostat in the kitchen, so that when the oven is used, the kitchen radiator cools.

A conservatory is usually considered as a separate heating zone, so you would need to add a wireless programmable thermostat.  Other heated areas where you may wish to create a separate heating zone include home offices, garage conversions and garden rooms.

Remember, you can locate a wireless programmable thermostat almost anywhere as it doesn’t require a mains power supply. Moving the thermostat around before fixing it permanently can help in balancing the system, to achieve a consistent temperature throughout the heating zone.

Extra wireless programmable thermostats can easily be added to your heating system at any time, to give extra control if required. If you decide that you don’t need all of the wireless programmable thermostats that you have ordered, you’re welcome to send them back to us for a refund.

 

I need to heat an office

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Depending on the size and configuration of the office space, there are a few options. If the office is relatively small, and open-plan, then you need just one wireless programmable thermostat. If the offices are separated with internal walls, you should choose a wireless programmable thermostat for each room. If the space is a large open-plan office, you may prefer to divide the space into heating zones by adding more wireless programmable thermostats. This helps to create a more comfortable working environment, and prevents unoccupied areas from being heated.

I have a larger project and need some advice

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We’re happy to help.  If you have scale floor plans, please email them to us and we will work from these. We can provide a free specification to include our recommendations on the control system.

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