The Electric Heating Company have developed the Electric Combination Radiator which is an award winning product in the domestic market, offering smart control with highly efficient partial heat storage technology. Using patented Magmatic tablets, the Combination Radiator is able to retain warmth for longer than a traditional convector heater. Combined with its increased surface area – up to 6 times greater than other models – the Electric Combination Radiator is German engineering at it’s best.
The State of the Art easy to use DSR Controller, located on the side of the Radiator for ease of use, can be controlled for both time and temperature either manually or wirelessly when using the optional EHC Smart APP Gateway. The Intelligent Temperature Control system has been designed to reduce energy bills and maximise controllability.
The DSR Electric Combination Radiator is available in Standard, Tall and Conservatory heights across a wide range of outputs to suit your heating requirements.
The DSR German Electric Radiators look like a conventional ‘wet’ system radiators, heat up and operate like ‘wet’ system radiators to provide the user with the most superior heating experience. The DSR Electric Radiator range has been developed to accommodate the smallest easy-to-heat room to the larger hard-to-heat-room and can support various different methods of control to suit your installation and preferences.
The DSR German Electric Radiator utilises the perfect balance of convection and radiation, warming both you and the surrounding air. The Radiator’s heating element first warms the Ceramic stones inside the radiator. When warm, these heat retentive stones distribute heat across the front of the radiator and channel it upwards through its internal structure. The heat emitted from the top of the DSR German Electric Heater is then circulated around the room, quickly warming the surrounding air whilst the heat that’s spread outwardly across the front surface of the EHC Heater provides a superior electric heating experience. The heat retentive stones also prevent the radiator from working too hard to maintain temperatures, helping to improve running costs and overall energy-efficiency.