Radiator Heating

Typically, radiators are controlled by TRVs, which are often less efficient and ultimately less reliable than electronic room thermostats and programmable thermostats. Using manifold radiator connection, the radiator is ‘called’ on or off by the thermostat which electronically opens or closes the manifold actuators.

The manifold system is equally effective used with radiators or with a combination of radiators and underfloor heating.

When using a radiator manifold system with multiple thermostats, there is the option of using either radio or wired thermostats, in conjunction with thermal actuators and a wiring centre to offer accurate temperature control over the heating system.