Roundline “slave” radiator
Radiator without a thermostat
It has the same safety features as the other Roundlines, such as an overheating failsafe and low surface temperature.
Has a smooth front, with the power switch on the right-hand side.
A “slaved” radiator is intended to be used with a central or “master” control system.
Cover grille that’s placed on top of the radiator, to prevent objects from falling and getting stuck behind it.
Roundline has a low surface temperature and is never hotter than ca. 70°C (at 230V/400V). In normal use (at 50 % capacity) this means ca. 35°C.
Roundline must not be covered. If it is, and the temperature inside the radiator becomes too high, an overheating safety feature activates.
The radiator has no sharp corners or edges
The smooth front is easy to keep clean.
Roundline is easy to swing out or detach when cleaning or renovating.
Vacuum from underneath the radiator.