Times and technology change rapidly. Energy is getting more expensive, and our customers want economical warmth. This is why we have overhauled our technologies in recent years to make sure we can offer lower-cost warmth with a more pleasant heat distribution, and greater ability to control. Wibo German electric heaters use an organic fireclay brick storage and convection technology with each system customised to the size of each room in the home to be heated meaning every room gets to the desired temperature quickly while limiting heat wasted.
Conventional heaters Vs German Electric Heating: A Comparison
With a German electric heating system, you get a pleasant & even heat distribution down to the floor, thanks to a unique air circulation system with secondary storage.
In comparison, high-temperature conventional heating such as storage heaters have some disadvantages which result in heat build-up under the ceiling and cold air in the bottom third of the room – where you need it most!
How Does a WIBO German Electric Heater Ensure Even Heat?
The cool air is drawn up from the floor and then released into the room as cosy warm air thanks to the high- performance heating module of the WIBO heaters. This warm air is pushed upwards via the warm air outlet (convection), and outwards via the secondary storage system in the form of radiant heat. Both convection and the secondary storage mass are coordinated perfectly with one another in each heater so that electricity consumption needed per hour of heating can be as little as 12 minutes. * *In test results, to heat a room to a constant temperature of 20.5°. Verified by study on Sept 2015, by the Centre for Integral Building Technology of the University of Lucerne, Switzerland – Technology & Architecture.
German Electric Heaters are designed to be thermostatically controlled meaning they will only use electricity when the temperature in the room dips below the set temperature. Not only does this allow you to decide what temperature you want different rooms to be (e.g. warmer in the living room than in the bedrooms), it also ensures money is not wasted on heating rooms when it is not needed. The setup of night storage heaters does not allow this sort of flexibility, as they use electricity all through the night for 7-10 hours to make use of lower, off-peak prices. While lower prices may sound great, the problem is that this is not when you require the heat, as you are most likely sleeping. German electric heating, however, will draw electricity for as little as 3-4 hours per day meaning a potential reduction of up to 50%, so you can still save money while knowing you will always have heat whenever you need it, wherever you need it.
Is it Time to Replace Your Old Heaters?
Energy prices are soaring, and it is key to take control of your energy usage to limit wasted electricity consumption. German electric heating gives you the ability to do this, all while ensuring your home gets a cosy heat distribution when you need it most. The process of replacing storage heaters with the modern slimline German electric heaters is simple and can be done in less than a day. Make an enquiry today and find out how you could benefit!60-Sec Home Suitability Survey