Save up to 22% on your heating bill with the Smart Solution for Winter Warming: The Speed Comfort Radiator Fan.
The smart radiator ventilator
- Helps make your home more comfortable
- Reduces temperature fluctuations
- Enables energy savings of up to 22%
- Can be put in place in an instant
- Makes very little noise
- Uses negligible amount of energy
- Suitable for radiators and convectors
Sustainability: The energy-efficient heating fan improves the release of warm air to the environment, doubling the heating capacity. This faster and more efficient operation allows the thermostat to turn off sooner. Thanks to the better heat distribution, you could save up to 22% on your heating bill.
More comfort: Thanks to the increased air circulation and improved heat distribution, the heat rises faster and more evenly in the room. Thanks to the quiet drive of the SpeedComfort fan heater, you won't be disturbed.
Easy install: The fan heater is very easy to install and suitable for almost all radiators. Once installed, the SpeedComfort works independently with a temperature sensor so that no electricity is consumed when switched off and only 0.55 KWH per unit per year is consumed when switched on.
Automatic operation: Thanks to an external thermostat switch, the SpeedComfort automatically starts operating when the radiator reaches 35 degrees and automatically switches off when the radiator cools down to 25 degrees. Several units connected in series are controlled by one thermostat switch.
SpeedComfort: The Dutch company has made it its mission to help as many households as possible save energy and heating costs with this innovative fan heater. The focus is on a significant reduction of CO2 emissions through intelligent heating.
How many do I need to buy?
A Rule of thumb for the number of SpeedComforts to be used
One SpeedComfort moves approximately 30 m3 of air per hour. The air in a room should preferably circulate once per hour.
Example: a living room measuring 5 metres wide, 8 metres long and 3 metres high has a capacity of 120 m3. In this case, a Triple set with an Extension set, or two Double sets are required.
Linking multiple SpeedComforts
Keep in mind that you need an average length of 50 cm for each SpeedComfort. Therefore, on a radiator/convector of 1.60 m, you can accommodate three.
You can connect up to 20 SpeedComforts, using one adapter.
Please purchase an extender pack if you need to connect multiple speed comfort packages.
How does it work?
SpeedComforts have an external thermostat switch. This is placed near the hot water supply using magnets. When the radiator or convector gets to 33 degrees close to the thermostat switch, the fans will turn on automatically. As a result, the radiator/convector moves heat more quickly from the radiator into the room. The room is brought to the desired temperature more quickly, and the heat is also better distributed.
The heat from the radiators/convectors is also distributed around the room for a much longer time. SpeedComforts only stop when the temperature of the radiator/convector falls below 25 degrees.