Art radiant heater – RA

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

£1,100.00

Fitted in to your central heating system the Ra radiant heater will provide an impressive feature for your living area and the warmth of the sun.

Fitted at eye level it removes the ugly steel radiators that everyone uses and hide behind panels. This reduces the effectiveness of the radiator and increases the cost of running.

Make the radiator a feature and show it off to all your visitors and family. Impress them with its beauty and let them feel the warmth radiated by the panel.

If you have your own design, then look at our bespoke heaters

SKU: RaW950 Categories: ,

Description

The water powered version of the Art radiant heater – RA shows Akhenaton offering gifts to the Aten or disc of the sun god RA for the light and warmth it provides.  The Wall mounted Art radiant heater saves on floor space and makes a beautiful art feature in your living room.

You will agree that this striking tablet would be a focus feature for any room.

  • The Water version can be used in your current heating system.
  • Reduced heating bills
  • Retrofit into your central heating system.
  • Make a feature in your living room.

This Bas relief panel will create an impressive feature in your home.

Suitable for:
  • Lounge
  • Dining room
  • Guest room
  • Garden office
  • Home office
  • Restaurants
  • Coffee shops
  • Offices complexes

Power source: Water
Height x Width: 600 x 1300mm
Power rating: 950watts
Finish: Ra sun god
Total Product Weight: 93kg
Room size: 4m by 4m – 16 sq m
Running cost: 40% reduction on your current central heating cost

1 review for Art radiant heater – RA

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mr T Georg

    We have four SuperStone electrical heaters in our coffee shop. One is the Egyptian panel and it is on all the time. Even though we have four in the coffee shop we have only ever had two working when the weather gets very cold. We did try running the second one when we started but the staff complained it was getting too hot in the shop.

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