Haverland manufacture a wide range of heating solutions for the home and are a well-known and trusted international brand. All electric heaters developed by Haverland sport contemporary designs that set them apart from the majority of other products on the market, and incorporate advanced controls systems to give users greater freedom over their heating. Haverland are based in Spain and have over 40 years of experience within the electric heating industry.
The Haverland Lodel might look like an electric radiator, but it’s actually an electric panel heater which creates warmth through convection alone. It’s important not to confuse the two as they differ significantly in terms of energy efficiency!
Convection relies on warming the air in the room to distribute heat and a heater that uses this method alone won’t be very energy efficient. That’s because heated air is easily lost through draughts and the opening and closing of doors, so as you can imagine, they’re not designed to work as a primary heat source in every room in the house. Electric radiators are better equipped to deal with this heat loss as they use a mix of convection and radiation, the latter of which isn’t effected by the movement of air.
Convection panel heaters are great for rooms that get used sporadically as their higher running costs will be offset by their infrequent use. The Lodel is particularly useful for when you need quick heat on the go as it can be used as a free-standing heater when attached to the feet provided.
Lodel Electric Panel Radiators are top quality convection heaters which provide a low cost heating solution for spare rooms, home offices and itinerant work spaces.
Lodel panel radiators heat by convection: warming the air and circulating it around the room. This is a fast and effective means of heating small to medium sized rooms. The smart, white, contemporary design of the Lodel makes it an ideal choice as a top up heater or a primary heating source for rooms you use less frequently.
Panel radiators are not designed to be used as a primary domestic heat source. This is because they are not as efficient as standard electric radiators so they will cost more to run. The exposed heating elements within the panel radiators may also cause staining to your walls if the panel radiators are used constantly.
Lodel electric panel radiators are ultra slim with a depth of 5.5cm.
They are available in 600w, 900w, 1200w and 1500w sizes.
The Lodel sports a high precision digital thermostat, 24/7 programming options and an easy-use remote control, which gives you the opportunity to reduce your energy consumption and lower the running costs of your radiator.
This makes the Lodel an intelligent choice for heating spare rooms and studies.
Lodel electric panel radiators can be wall mounted or fitted freestanding.
To fit freestanding, simply clip the heater onto the included feet and plug into the nearest socket. The heaters are lightweight and very portable, so it’s easy to move the heater to wherever you need heat.
Wall mounting your panel radiators is an easy DIY task: simply screw the radiators to the wall and plug into the nearest socket. Alternatively, if you prefer a more discrete fitting, the radiators can be hardwired directly into the wall by a professional electrician.
The Haverland Lodel comes with a 2 year manufacturer’s guarantee.
Haverland Lodel electric panel radiators are included in our free next working day delivery offer.
Haverland Lodel.Few convection heaters can match the level of control provided by the Haverland Lodel, with its enhanced 24/7 programming features and precision digital thermostat. The Lodel provides convected heat at the touch of a button for when you need instant warmth and comes with its own remote control for extra convenience. Convection panel heaters are perfect for less frequently used rooms in your home that only need occasional heating, such as home offices and spare rooms. The Lodel can be installed as a freestanding unit or can even be wall mounted for an unobtrusive fitting.
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