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Inside each Aeroflow radiator is a series of electric elements encased within fireclay (Schamotte) heat plates.


When the thermostat calls for heat, electric is supplied to the elements which rapidly heat up. The heat from the elements is transferred instantly to the fireclay which in turn transfers the heat to the external surface area of the radiator.


The whole surface area of these German electric radiators becomes warm with a completely even spread of heat. Once the radiator is hot, the heat is emitted directly in to the room from the surface area creating radiant heat. Each side of the central heat plates are convection flutes. When the radiator is hot, the colder air from the floor level is drawn into the convection flutes and heated. As the air heats the hot air rises and is convected in to the room.


It is important to have both convection and radiant heat for all around comfort. Radiant heat warms people and objects directly, like the rays of the sun. Convection heat warms the air in the room. Aeroflow German electric radiators supply both radiant and covection heating.


Internally, there are overheat safety cut-outs which will cut the power to the elements in the case of overheating. This can be caused by covering the radiators with towels or clothing and blocking the convected heat. Because of the safety cut-outs, you can be sure that there is no danger. The cut-out switches automatically reset when the radiator is allowed to cool down.


Each radiator in the Aeroflow range just requires a standard 13 amp electric supply. This can be by plugging in to sockets or wiring in to fused spurs.

Additional details of the Aeroflow electric heating systems can be found on our main website -

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