Convector Panel

Intuitive, simple and effective heating

The Convector Panel Heater is a cost effective alternative for rooms that need heat in an instant.


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Simple, hassle-free heating

The Ecodesign Lot 20 compliant Convector Panel Heater is ideal for rooms that are only occasionally used but require instant heat when occupied. Using a convection heating method to warm rooms up to 18m2 and wired directly to the mains, the Convector Panel Heater is a cost effective and practical heating alternative.

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Range of output options

The Convector Panel Heater is available in different outputs, ranging from 500W to 2,000W. The largest output is perfect for larger and well insulated rooms up to 18m2.

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A source of primary heat

The wall mounted Convector Panel Heater is a great option when looking for a primary heat source for apartments. 


Easy set up

The Convector Panel Heater comes with an intuitive control panel with LCD display that makes setting up schedules simple.

Variable spacing

Multiple modes

Use the LCD display to easily navigate through the heating modes which include comfort, economy and frost-free modes.


Fast to heat

Use the built in energy monitor to track your energy consumption and run the radiator more efficiently and reduce running costs.

Low maintenance

Hard wired

Unlike the rest of the electric radiator range, the Convector Panel Heater is wired directly to the mains in the room. 

Made for projects

Chatham Waters is a project which involves the regeneration of a former under-utilised brownfield site sits on the mouth of the Medway Waterfront Peninsula in Kent. 566 Convector Panel Heaters were installed across 199 luxury apartments.

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Scheduling is easy

The intuitive control panel with LCD display makes setting up the Convector Panel Heater easy. Navigate through multiple modes and adjust your heating schedule.

How to programme

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Ask your electrician

The Convector Panel Heater is wired directly to the mains and requires a fuse spur. Because of this we always recommend asking your electrician to do this for you. 

How to install

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your panel heater questions answered

If you have a question that needs an answer, our comprehensive FAQs page is packed full of them. However, we know that some questions are more complex than others so our team are always available to help.


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