Types of Heating: Central Heating (Connected to Central Heating System), Electric Heating, Dual fuel Heating
Central Heating (Connected to Central Heating System) – is suitable where a heat distribution system is already installed.
The radiator is connected to the heating system and heats due to hot water flowing through the radiator.
Electric Heating – is the best where you need to add a heater to a central heating system in order to heat more. Electric radiators come with a preinstalled heating rod, the radiator is filled with anti-corrosive antifreeze fluid (effective up to -5°C) and is tested and sealed. The radiator can be used immediately after beaing purchased and correctly installed.
Dual fuel Heating – Dual fuel radiators are usually used off-season. They can be connected to the central heating system, and also to the electric socket. Radiators equipped with a set for combined heating can be used independently on the central heating system. Therefore, this radiator is suitable for the bathroom or entrance hall. The dual fuel radiator combines two types of heating – central and electric, which can be used independently. When the dual fuel radiator is in operation in electric mode, you need to close the termostatic valve so that the heated water doesn´t escape into the heating system.