Oil-filled radiator TRH 22 E
Clean warmth for basic or additional heating – with turbo blower
A fast, a faster, the fastest way to heat: use the oil-filled radiator TRH 22 E and its on-demand turbo blower incl. PTC heating element for faster initial heating. Since the heat generation of just started up oil-filled radiators is sort of sluggish and slow-acting when compared to fan heaters, the TRH 22 E is additionally provided with an on-demand turbo blower with PTC heating element for a speedy pre-heating of the room until the thermal oil inside the radiator has reached its full heating capacity. Via a heating level switch you can then set the desired temperature level which will be maintained automatically by a thermostat to save energy. After switch-off, too, the radiators' 9-fin heat storage system filled with a liquid heating medium continues to emit steady warmth.
The oil-filled radiator TRH 22 E is perfectly suited for almost every kind of private application – be it as additional heating solution on cold winter days or for the temporary heating of garages or basements. It can also serve as frost monitor to protect water pipelines in unheated spaces from freezing up. Once the turbo blower has completed its task of initial heating, it may be switched off. The radiator resumes its silent operation without raising any dust.
From the very start, maximum safety has always been part of the design principle of the TRH 22 E: To emphasize this aspect, the radiator comes with overheating and tilt protection plus an operation indicator light. Due to the convenient cable winder with plug holder as well as integrated rollers and a carrying handle the device can be transported quickly and safely even whilst hot. The TRH 22 E allows for mobile application and can be positioned precisely at the spot where warmth is needed the most.
This is how oil-filled radiators can supply warmth effectively
Oil-filled radiators are designed for continuous use since they can fully substitute a wall radiator. With their heating fins oil-filled radiators may look a lot like "normal" heaters – but quite contrary to them use electricity to heat the oil within. The so-called thermal oil is heated by electric current and gives off the heat to the room air via the heating fins. By the way, oil-filled radiators are usually equipped with heating fins because they form a larger surface, thus making the heating process very effective. Since the devices are mobile, they can be positioned in any room wherever heat is required.