Jaga’s radiators help drive down energy consumption

Energy efficient radiators can play a major role in reducing one’s heating bills, and this is specifically what radiator manufacturer Jaga has claimed related to its Strada radiators and Sani Bow towel radiators, a recent news report has been able to reveal.

Jaga’s radiators were installed in new homes built by Space Group and Arch Homes in Blyth, Northumberland. Each of the four new houses is equipped with renewable technologies to achieve homes that are so sustainable that heating and power costs are included in the rent.

The new units have managed to cut heating energy consumption by 10% compared with standard steel-panel radiators, the company claimed. The Strada radiators have Jaga’s Low-H2O heat exchanger, making the radiators low mass and low water content. This makes them highly responsive to temperature change, helping to reduce energy bills compared with standard steel-panel radiators.

While Jaga’s radiators are already quite energy efficient, optimizing the functionality of these impressive heat sources should also be seriously considered, and this is specifically where the HeatSave wireless programmable TRVs come into play.

The HeatSave wireless programmable thermostatic radiator valves allow users to attain even higher savings in terms of energy and bills, of up to an impressive 30 percent. They are extremely easy to set-up and install, since one will only have to unscrew the existing TRV by hand and replace with the HeatSave wireless radiator valve.

If you want to find out more about the HeatSave wireless thermostatic valves, just contact our dedicated product team, or if you’re ready to get one for yourself, you can visit our retail partners and get one for yourselves.