Radiators control the heating in each room. Radiators produce heat by circulating water through the radiator. The temperature of the water circulating through the radiators is regulated by an efficient control system which makes reference to the external temperature i.e. if it's warm outside, the heating will not be on. Each radiator can be controlled by the thermostatic valve. This allows you to set your own comfort level.
How to operate:
- Select the preferred temperature by turning the dial on the thermostatic valve.
- 5 is the hottest setting and 1 is the coolest.