Danfoss TPOne now available in heating efficiency packs
The just-launched Danfoss TPOne room thermostat is now available in the newly upgraded Danfoss heating efficiency packs (HEPs) – the handy way for installers to buy high-efficiency domestic heating controls.
In the new range of HEPs, the existing TP5000 programmable room thermostat has been replaced by the user-friendly TPOne, which offers all the functionality of current TP models, including ultra-easy installation. As part of the HEP upgrade, Danfoss has also swapped the RAS-C2 thermostatic radiator valve (TRV) for the stylish RTW bi-directional TRV that features an accurate liquid-filled sensor.
Danfoss marketing services manager Gareth Ash says the new, improved HEP range offers installers a great deal on the latest Danfoss developments, such as the TPOne room thermostat. “Packs are available in eight product combinations – perfect for new installations or upgrading existing. They include six TRVs and a choice of room thermostat to suit different applications and budgets. As well as the convenience for installers of a single pack of controls you can pick off the shelf, end-users could reduce their energy consumption by as much as 40 per cent by choosing to upgrade their controls with HEP.”
The innovative TPOne room thermostat is designed by Danfoss to suit almost any domestic heating control application, with true seven-day programming, a holiday function and even timing for a hot water cylinder. With a highly intuitive user interface, TPOne combines fast installation and a set-up wizard with one-touch controls so householders can control their heating with confidence for optimum comfort and economy. And, like all Danfoss room thermostats, TPOne offers the energy-saving benefits of chrono-proportional control, making it ErP Class 4.
The RTW range of TRVs boasts the Danfoss flow-selectable, bi-directional design, so it can be installed horizontally or vertically, in flow or return and provides a solution to the problem of ‘water hammer’. This advanced TRV also has a built-in liquid-filled sensor, which reacts to changes in room temperature for improved comfort and energy savings, and a positive shut-off position.
For more information, visit www.heating.danfoss.co.uk