Suitable for new build and refurbishment projects, Opal features dynamic fluid with high thermal inertia, alongside controllers that are fully programmable to offer closer energy management.
An on-board energy monitor allows occupiers to see exactly how much energy is being used to heat a room, allowing for significant cost savings on fuel bills over a period of time.
Opals silent operating digital controlled thermostats are accurate to /- 0.5° and act quickly to maintain consistent temperature levels, minimising energy consumption whilst providing thermal comfort.
The Opal range comes with seven heating programmes, three user defined temperature settings for comfort, economy and frost protection, and is available in five sizes.
Manufactured using aluminium with curved elements, the radiators are externally powder coated in white and can be incorporated into any size room with outputs from 500W-1500W.
With a depth of 96mm, the slimline radiators provide installation flexibility and are supplied with wall fixing brackets and 0.7m length of cables.
Each radiator features a safety thermal regulator and does not require maintenance once installed.
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