Art radiant heater – Sunflower

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The Sunflower painted art panel radiant heater can be used as a primary heater or as a background heater for your living space.

  • The low wattage version can be used in conjunction with your current heating system. Or you could order a dual version to plumb into your current central heating system.
  • Reduced heating bills
  • Retrofit into your central heating system.
  • Make a feature in your living room.

This art panel will create an impressive feature in your home.

SKU: SUNE220 Categories: ,


This Electric Bas relief radiant heater displays the sunflower design and is suitable as a background heater in conjunction with your current central heating.  You save money as the background temperature does not go below 15C.  This reduces the energy needed to heat your home  after your central heating has been off all day.

Designed with the Sunflower pattern, the bas relief features of the panel brings culture and art to your home.

Suitable for
  • Lounge
  • Dining room
  • Guest room
  • Garden office
  • Home office
  • Office premises
  • Restaurants
  • Hotels
  • Bed and breakfast establishments

Power source: Electric
Height x Width: 900 x 1000mm
Power rating: 220watts
Finish: Sunflowers
Total Product Weight: 93kg
Room size: 4m by 4m – 16 sqm
Running cost: Based on a unit price (1KWH) of 14p
Daily cost: 72p

2 reviews for Art radiant heater – Sunflower

  1. Heather Jones

    I have had a sunflower panel fitted in my small shop in west Wales and it has made a huge difference for me and my customers. I have been so pleased that we have had four more fitted in our house. I would recommend them to anyone who wanted a warm living room.

  2. Mr Bradley Matthews

    We have four SuperStone electrical heaters in our coffee shop. One is the Sunflower panel and it is on all the time, even when we are not there. It builds up the heat in the room ready for our customers in the morning. 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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