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Heating Controls are so important.
The importance of having the ability to control your heating precisely cannot be overstated. So many heaters have inefficient or non existent thermostat and timing controls. There is no point having a super efficient heater if you have no means of controlling it.
All our heaters come with top of the range thermostatic controls. These can range from a simple knob on the side of the heater to a wireless thermostat and timing control which even gives you the option of controlling your heating via an app on your smart phone from anywhere in the world.
We have found over the years the majority of people prefer the simple control, used in conjunction with a simple plug in wall timer. To find out more details on each control type click on the appropriate picture opposite.
Simple dial thermostat on side of heater- the most popular option Click picture for more info
Wireless control - great for the more technically minded.Click picture for more info
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Wireless Operation - Thermostat and timer separate
The heater(left), has no inbuilt controls apart from the receiver fixed at the bottom
This connects wirelessly to the thermostat which controls timing and temperature.. It has various settings enabling complete control of your heating.
This can also be connected to the Internet for control of your heating from anywhere in the world via a app on your smart phone. Connection is via your home router which is connected to the Tydom 1.0 unit shown below.
Tydom 1.0 Unit (1 needed per house) £295 Receiver/ Thermostat Package (per radiator) £195
£100 Discount on Receiver thermostat package when bought as part of new radiator (per radiator)
Prices exclude any delivery costs.
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Simple Operation - Thermostat on Side of Heater with plug in wall timer
This is our most popular thermostat arrangement by far. The thermostat (left) is simple to operate. When the red light is on the heater is using electricity when its off it isn't!
Despite its simplicity, this is a top of the range electronic thermostat with incredible reliability. The combination of this thermostat with the simple to use but effective wall timer (right) gives absolute control over your heating needs
This is is useful in holiday lets, bed and breakfasts and small hotels. The thermostat (right) is simple to operate and incorporates an on /off switch. When the red light is on the heater is using electricity when its off it isnt! This incorporates a secret stop on the thermostat control which means the maximum temperature can be set. So that visitors cannot just turn it up to full and use huge amounts of electricity! So if you wanted a maximum setting of three. The thermostat can be set so it wont turn past three
The black nib protruding down from the bottom of the radiator is the sensor for the thermostat. This is where the temperature is measured. It is the optimum point in the room to measure the room temperature. The coldest air is attracted to the radiator by the warm air rising through the body of the radiator.
Using this as the base point to set the temperature can help to ensure an all round cosy heat and reduce draughts at feet level Click anywhere to return