Electric Heating

What is an IP Rating?

IP - Ingress Protection Rating. This is used for electrical products within bathrooms, degrees of protection on the first digit of the IP code indicates the degree that persons are protected against contact with moving parts. The second digit indicates the degree of protection against equipment inside the enclosure against harmful entry of various forms of moisture.

How much energy will an electric radiator use?

This entirely depends on your electricity provider and the cost of kw per hour and the rated watts of the product in question.

For example watts is equal to one kilowatt, so 1,500 watts is equal to 1.5 kilowatts. This means for each hour the electric radiator is running it is consuming 1.5 kWh of electricity. This would then need to be times by the hourly running cost, provided by your electricity provider.

How long is the warranty on a Electric Heating product?

2 years.

How many electric UFH mats can you wire into one thermostat?

As long as you do not exceed 3,200 watts you can wire 2 mats into one thermostat, a qualified electrician must carry this out.

Is it possible to wire a timer into an electric radiator?

This is possible but must be carried out by a qualified electrician.

What is the aproximate surface temperature of electric radiators?

The average surface temperature is 5-60 degrees.