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Uploaded on Mar 5, 2009

Suka Heaters bring German technology at affordable prices and provide an economical and green alternative to oil, gas and coal heating for everyone.

Suka heaters are powered by electricity and offer flexibility, efficiency and complete control of your heating needs on a room-by-room basis.

The heaters are available in a range of sizes and provide optimum heating efficiency whatever the existing set-up in a room. They use only 15 minutes of electricity to provide up to an hours heat.

Suka heaters cure cold feet and provide gentle warmth akin to the touch of sunlight through a window, and unlike conventional heating, they wont dry the air.

With a proven European track record stretching back more than 30 years, the clever design and ceramic plate interior of the Suka heaters represent everything thats great about classic German engineering efficiency and style in one smart package.

The heaters are usually wall hanging but can be supplied with feet or castors. They are controlled in five ways using remote control and programmable thermostats. A 6th control system allowing remote control via the internet is launching later this year.

Once the Suka radiator is active, the thermostatic controller allows you to program the desired temperature and the times you need the heat. Now sit back and enjoy summer in your wintry home or office.

What is special about Suka heaters are the precision design of the flutes which form the fins surrounding the radiator. They allow the radiator to generate up to 75% radiant heat and only 25% convection.

This provides optimum heat comfort and only 15 minutes of power consumption for up to one hour of heat. If the convection were higher, the heater would lose heat rapidly and draw power at shorter intervals costing more to run. If the convection were lower with a higher radiant heat, then youd wait longer than 15 minutes to start feeling the almost instantaneous warmth.

This precision German-engineered product offering the correct proportion of radiant and convection heating for optimum warmth is unique to the Suka Company.

Each Suka radiator is double-sided. With radiant heat coming from both sides, the Suka heater also helps dry damp walls in old buildings and rid single-glazed window buildings of condensations. Its large surface area which measures about four times the actual physical size adds to the increased efficiency over water system radiators where the fins are in the middle and the heatcore on the outside.

The Suka heater is easy to use. With just a flick of a button you decide when it should work for you, and it will do exactly that without costing you extra.

The maximum surface temperature of Suka heaters is usually 40 degrees. So it is safe to touch, but Suka has also produced modern radiator covers from wood sourced ethically for customers who want to add a touch of design and increased safety. These covers are designed for self-installation just like the Suka heaters, and can be opened from the front making them suitable for all the types of Suka heaters.

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