Low surface temperature radiators can prevent accidents in public buildings

Installing radiators that generate a relatively low level of surface temperature is a must for organisations whose premises are subject to continuous public footfall, as a means of preventing accidents, experts have argued.

Heating systems are just one of many important facets to consider when undertaking risk assessments for buildings, but the risks associated with them are often overlooked. However, just by taking a few simple steps, health and safety professionals can demonstrate that they have done all within their power to ensure that the risks to staff and to the general public have been minimised.

And, there’s no need to compromise on performance, looks and energy efficiency.

In addition to safety assurances, the best safe heating solutions can exceed the desired levels of heating performance and efficiency, and even prove complementary to the interior design. That is why installers should recommend low surface temperature (LST) solutions as the ideal choice.

LST radiators are widely used in healthcare facilities, schools and care homes, but their benefits are transferable and ideal for use in public buildings too. There are any number of buildings that would fall into this category, each with its own uses and demands. It could be a library, museum, hotel, gallery, shopping centre, leisure centre, town hall and many more.

And if you’re looking for a solution that would also help you precisely control the temperature for each radiator and also offer you extensive control and zoning options, look no further than HeatingSave.

HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves – easy to retrofit, perfect for energy saving

The HeatSave TRVs are designed to work with an extensive range of radiators and enable users to precisely control the activity of every single radiator in their home, and perfectly program it in order to match their own schedule and living habits.

The valve’s controlling software, simple and eas, enable users to set specific functioning times for each valve. Since radiators are individually controlled, the HeatSave valves enable users to maximise the zoning potential and reduce energy consumption in those areas that are not used for longer periods of time (as for example, dining or sitting rooms and kitchens during the night, etc.).

Additionally, the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves also provide an automatic exercising feature when unused for 7 days, whose purpose is to minimise seizing of radiator valves in warmer months.

All in all, the HeatSave TRVs enable users to achieve some pretty impressive savings, as they will help reduce your heating bills by up to 30%.

If you want to find out more about the HeatSave wireless thermostatic radiator valves, our team is eagerly waiting to answer all of your questions.