Dimplex LPP050 Operating instructions

Dimplex LPP050 Operating instructions
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Contents
Introduction
Why the future is electric
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About Dimplex
Approvals and standards
Heating design service
A guide to heating
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The Quantum heater range
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Introduction to panel heaters
The Monterey panel heater range
The Girona panel heater range
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The Saletto panel heater range
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Whole House Heating
The EPX panel heater range
The RPX panel heater range
The PLX panel heater range
Panel heater controls
Introduction to storage heating
The DuoHeat radiator range
The XLN and XLSN storage heater ranges
The CXLSN combi storage heater range
The XL6N and XLS6N mini storage heater range
Storage heater accessories
Kitchen and Bathroom Heating
The TDTR towel rail range
The BR towel radiator range
The TR and S towel rail ranges
The Apollo bathroom heater
Towel rail controls
The FX and FXIPX4 fan heater ranges
The DTW under-tile mat range
The BFH base unit heater range
The BUH base unit heater range
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The Coldwatcher range
The Frostwatcher
The T range tubular heaters
The SCH5
The Contrast convecter range
The Latitude® convecter range
Portable fan heaters
The Cadiz eco oil free radiator range
The OFRC eco oil free heater range
OFC and OFX/MK1 oil filled radiator ranges
The DXLWP slimline range
The IRX infra-red range
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Fires and Surrounds
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Optiflame® electric fires and suites
Fuel effect fires
The Studio range
Commercial and Industrial
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The AC over door heater range
The CAB air curtain range
The DAB air curtain range
NEW models
The IAB industrial air curtain range
NEW models
The ARC architectural air curtain range
The CFH fan heater range
The CF fan heater range
The PFH fan heater range
The OPH patio heater range
The QXD Quartzray® range
The CXD ceramic heater range
Radiant heaters positioning, coverage and throw
The WFC and WFE fan heater ranges
The VFMi storage heater range
The HAW air warmer range
The Electricaire ducted warm air system range
Water Heating
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EC-Eau unvented solar cylinder overview
Renewable Solutions
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Low carbon solutions overview
PV overview
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Optiflame ® electric fire range overview
Opti-myst ® electric fire range overview
Domestic heating selection guide
Commercial heating selection guide
Heater sizing tables
Heating design request form
Index – alpha listing
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Why the future is electric
People in the UK are changing how they heat their homes. With the rising costs of energy,
three things come into question:
• Which fuel do we use?
• How do we best use this fuel?
• How do we maximise our use of the heat produced?
The future of domestic space heating is electric, a fact which is fast becoming apparent
from government documentation outlining the future plans of the building and environmental
legislation that governs the direction in which domestic heating will develop.
Energy costs
And electric heating:
The rising cost of energy is forcing
homeowners, suppliers and the
government to act to find ways of
reducing our use of fuel. 36% of the UK’s
energy is used to heat the space and hot
water in our buildings, so it is no surprise
that there has been a concentrated effort
to reduce our exposure to the kind of
volatile fossil fuel prices which led to an
average price rise of nearly 10% in 2011,
driven primarily by the wholesale gas
prices on global markets.
• Is 100% efficient
at the point of use –
every unit that you pay
for becomes heat
Legislation
Why the future is electric
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The UK is committed to reducing its
greenhouse gas emissions by at least
80% by 2050, relative to 1990 levels.
This means that we need to secure lower
carbon energy supplies today. As electricity
moves to low carbon sources of generation,
with significant drops in emissions targets
expected by 2030, electricity will become
a universal and versatile source of low
carbon energy.
“Technologies that use electricity to
generate heat are well placed to become
major low carbon heating technologies in
the coming decades.”
DECC – Future of Heating, March 2011.
Electricity is the obvious choice for our
future heating needs because it has
many benefits both at national level
and local level as it:
• Can be produced in the UK, allowing
continuity of supply at a steady price
• Is increasingly being produced from
renewable sources, neutralising its
carbon intensity
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• Can be quickly and easily installed
as there is no pipework to consider,
making it ideal for both refurbishment
and new build
• Can operate as standalone heaters
or as a complete system subject to
requirement and budget, but with the
added benefit of being able to add to
the system at any time – making it
perfect for extensions
• Has low lifetime costs as it requires
very little maintenance and on average
an electric heating system will last
50% longer than a gas system
• Is not limited by planning issues
associated with flue requirements
in new build
• Offers very low safety risk as it doesn’t
burn fossil fuel
The heating market in the UK is
changing faster than ever before.
Fuel prices, legislation and technological
developments are changing the way
that our properties are heated, and as
the world’s largest manufacturer of
electric heating products, Dimplex has
the capabilities and knowledge to remain
at the forefront of these developments.
The future is electric; we are electric.
Electricity will
become a universal
and versatile source
of low carbon energy
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About Dimplex
About Dimplex
Wherever you go across the country, you’ll find Dimplex heating and hot water solutions.
From flats and houses, to offices, shops and hotels – in its field, Dimplex leads the world.
With a heritage of more than 60 years and a product offering of more than 400 products,
our growth can be attributed to a public who want affordable heating solutions that are
efficient, reliable and durable, as well as attractively designed. This combined with an
unmatched reputation for quality, reliability, unrivalled experience and innovation is why
we remain the brand leader in the electric space and water heating world.
A critical aspect of our success is built
upon a policy of continuous investment
in every area of the business – from
product development right through to
customer service.
No one else in the industry invests more
in developing products that constantly
set new standards, with a central design
facility and research teams at factories in
the UK and Europe. Our investment
in people, training and resources is
reflected in the quality of our products
and the standard of our pre and post
sales service. As part of our commitment
to product quality, we also apply
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stringent controls to every part of
our manufacturing process and are
ISO 9002 approved.
As members of key industry
associations including ECA, EDA,
BEAMA and HEVAC and with many
BEAB approved products, Dimplex is
unrivalled in quality and safety expertise
across its wide range of products.
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With Dimplex,
trust is built-in
Dimplex – tried and trusted by installers,
specifiers and end users alike:
• The world’s largest electric heating
appliance manufacturer
• A proud reputation for continued
investment in quality and innovation
• Member of ECA, EDA, BEAMA
and HEVAC
• Free heating design service
• 60 years of continued innovation
• Over 45 million heaters sold via the
trade in the UK alone
Today, as the market leader in energy
efficient heating solutions, we continue
to use our considerable experience
and expertise as a springboard for new
ideas, modern design, and ongoing
innovation and reliability.
As well as the very latest product details,
our website is packed full of information
to help find the right product solution.
Key features include:
• Help me choose selector
If you don’t know which heater to choose,
answer a few simple questions and get
a list of our most suitable products
• On-line calculator
Ideal if you need to know how much heat
you need for a room or even a property
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• Backed by an award winning customer
services team
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• How to use videos and
operating instructions
Designed to help you get the best
from your Dimplex heaters
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• Stockist information
Just type in your postcode and
find your nearest contractors,
retailers or distributors and with
a handy reference map to help
you locate them quickly and easily
Please visit www.dimplex.co.uk/support
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Approvals and standards
Approvals and standards
There is a range of approvals and
standards that can be met by electrical
heating products. These range from
legally required minimum standards
through to high-end approvals that
demonstrate that products are tested
against the highest safety standards.
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Many products in the EU are covered
by a directive which states that the
manufacturer must declare their product
meets the minimum safety, health and
environmental legislation required of it
by European law. This is denoted by
the CE mark on the product.
The BEAB Approved Mark for
Intertek is a European Safety Mark
used by leading electrical manufacturers
to support CE marking and to demonstrate
conformity with the Low Voltage Directive
(LVD). Importantly however a BEAB
Approved Mark on a product demonstrates
that Intertek (an independent third party)
has verified its safety.
Recognised across the UK and
Europe, the BEAB Approved Mark
demonstrates the safety pedigree
of a product. It shows commitment
to best practice, commitment to
producing quality goods and most
importantly commitment to customer
safety. This is the highest safety standard
achievable in the UK market. The mark
indicates that the product has been
manufactured in an inspected factory,
using accepted methods, that the
products have been tested and assessed
by Intertek, and that the products bearing
the BEAB approved mark are also
randomly checked by Intertek on
an annual basis.
The use of this mark on our products,
packaging and literature indicate
Dimplex products meet this standard.
Heating design service
The heating design service is split
into different levels to meet customer
deadlines and reflect the complexity
of the scheme:
• Single room or quick reference guide
Available on page 100/101 or
at www.dimplex.co.uk/heatdesign
• Please also see our domestic
and commercial guides on pages
98/99 for which product is most
suitable for different applications
• Single property form
Available on page 102 or at
www.dimplex.co.uk/heatdesign
We offer a 7 day turnaround
on this service
• Multiple properties
Because of their complexity, the
following information is required:
• Plan and elevation drawings
(scale 1:50 or 1:100)
• Construction U values
In addition to our award winning customer services, Dimplex has a dedicated
heating design team. With many years’ experience in the electric heating industry,
they provide an invaluable support to specifiers, architects, housebuilders,
contractors and a wide range of other construction professionals.
Part L and the Code for
Sustainable Homes
With Part L of the Building Regulations
and the Code for Sustainable Homes both
driving the reduction of carbon emissions
in buildings, the design and specification
of the building fabric will have to be
improved, whatever the fuel. So whether
you are planning private new build or
social housing, it’s good to know that
compliance with Building Regulations
Part L can be straightforward using
the latest Dimplex heating systems,
and that the standard required for Code for
Sustainable Homes Level 4 compliance is
achievable using electric heating systems.
As more and more of our electricity
is generated using low carbon sources,
and with the acknowledgement from
DECC that electric heating plays
a fundamental part in the objective
of creating a low carbon world,
gaining compliance with electric heating
systems will get easier over time.
• Internal and external design
temperatures required
• Details of any special requirements
or unusual aspects to the building
There is up to a 14 working day
turnaround on this service and designs
are supplied FREE of charge, although
we do reserve the right to charge for
the scheme if Dimplex products are
not subsequently installed.
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Contact our heating design team for
further details on how you can gain
compliance for your scheme.
Building Regulations/Part L Compliance
In addition to designing schemes, the team also provides advice over the phone on
complying with relevant building regulations, and over the years has helped many
customers find a solution to their regulation nightmares.
Heating design service
Taking into account information on room
dimensions, glazed area, and the level of
heating in adjacent areas, the team carries
out heat loss calculations, to work out the
property’s heat load to ensure each project
achieves the required performance levels.
All designs are bespoke to individual
buildings and there is a handy summary
list at the end to help with budgeting.
• Type of scheme i.e. domestic,
commercial or industrial
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A guide to heating
What is heat? The human body
as a walking heat machine
Ever felt ‘under the weather’?
It’s a fact that weather has short
and long term effects on our bodies.
We’re very good at losing heat but
not quite so efficient at retaining it.
We all react differently to weather
and temperature variations, and very
young, fragile or older people will be
more susceptible than most, with
women generally having a higher
level of sensitivity than men.
Cold weather and winter affects
the death rate – during the winter,
there are typically 25,000 more
deaths in the UK than at other
times in the year, directly attributed
to low temperatures.
The most serious risk, particularly for
older people and vulnerable groups,
is hypothermia, that can just as easily
happen in a poorly heated home as it
can to polar explorers. Even mildly cool
indoor temperatures of 15.5°C can trigger
hypothermia in older people which
manifests as confusion, slurred speech,
loss of complex motor skills and if the
body core temperature drops below 34°C,
the effects become life threatening.
What is the difference between direct
acting and storage/off-peak heating?
Many older people and/or those in fuel
poverty may also be anxious about using
heating to keep themselves warm during
the winter, which is why it’s important to
ensure entitlements such as winter fuel
payments are claimed, insulation
measures have been adopted, and that
the heating system is as controllable
and energy efficient as possible.
Storage heaters are designed to take
advantage of the off-peak electricity
tariffs under which electricity is supplied
at a lower price for a selected number
of hours in a 24 hour period, thereby
charging the product with heat which
is stored for slow release over a far
longer period.
There are two types of electric heating
appliances. A direct acting appliance
provides almost ‘instant’ heat, rapidly
heating up and cooling down.
Panel heaters, convector heaters,
fan heaters and radiant heaters all
fall into this category – providing heat
only for the period during which
they are energised.
How do different types of heating affect us?
While we all produce our own heat of about 120W per hour (equivalent to two 60W light bulbs), we need some extra help!
After 60 our ability to produce heat declines, and this is why older people are more vulnerable to cold.
CONVECTOR HEATER
Heat is transmitted in three ways: conduction, convection and radiation. The optimum mix for human comfort is a blend
of 80% convected and 20% radiant from a heating appliance.
CONVECTOR HEATER
A guide to heating
RPX RADIANT PANEL HEATER
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CONVECTOR HEATER
CONDUCTION HEAT
CONDUCTION HEAT
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Radiant heat generally gives the greatest feeling of
comfort. It’s like the warmth from the sun or the warmth
when you hold your hands in front of a fire or radiator in
the winter. The air itself is not heated directly and the rays
of energy travel in straight lines, only converting to heat
when the rays strike and are absorbed by the receiving
body. If you cannot see the radiant heat source, you
cannot feel it, but it needs no medium to carry it.
Convected heat is carried around the room in the form
of heated air. When air is heated it expands, becoming
dense. The heavier, cooler air around the heater, under the
force of gravity, displaces the lighter air upwards. As the
heated air rises, it diffuses some of its heat, thus warming
up air which is at some distance from the heat source.
The hotter the initial heat source, the further the convection
current will flow before diffusing into the surrounding air.
Conducted heat travels through solid objects – heat a bar of iron at one end
and gradually the other end will become hot. Even using the best materials
for conduction, it is still a relatively slow method of transmitting heat and plays
only a small part in the practical provision of warmth.
Running costs explained
It is very difficult to be precise on actual
running costs for an individual room/
property as this will vary according to
many factors such as lifestyle, weather
conditions, correct sizing of heater,
appliance selected and room temperature
required, so the information given below
should be taken as a rough guide only.
Direct acting appliances
One of the common misconceptions
about heating is that different types of
heaters are more expensive to run than
other types. This is simply not accurate.
All direct acting heaters are 100%
efficient at point of use and simply put,
on a given tariff 1kWh of energy used
will cost the same whether it’s a hairdryer,
kettle, fan heater, panel heater or oil
filled radiator using it.
Cut your costs: How to save energy
1kWh = a 1kW appliance running
for one hour, so the input of the
appliance x length of running time
(e.g. 1 hour) x kWh cost = hourly
running cost.
However, the key to improving efficiency
is to use products that have thermostatic
control as these will ensure that the room
is not overheated, thereby saving energy.
Off-peak appliances
Off-peak or storage heaters take in
and store electricity at certain times
(usually at night) when energy is cheaper.
If the storage heater takes a full charge
and has a rating of 18kWh, and is charged
for 7 hours, then it will cost 18 x 7 x cost of
unit of off-peak electricity, per day.
• Look for heaters with energy
saving features such as thermostats
and timers
• If your heater does not have a timer,
plug it into a timer control
• Put the heater on half heat setting
if there is one, on milder days
• Use portable heating just to take
the edge off a cooler room rather
than turn on a whole heating system
• Turning your thermostat down by
just 1°C saves a lot over a season
• Set the temperature on your
individual heaters to suit the room
and its use, and use timers if
you can. For example, in a spare
room, just leave the heater on
a low setting
• Use a shower (not a power shower)
rather than a bath, saving you time,
money and water. And check that
your cylinder hot water isn’t set any
higher than 60°C/140°F
• Don’t leave appliances on standby
or leave phones or other electricals
on charge unnecessarily
• Turn off the lights when you leave
a room and make sure you now
have low energy light bulbs /LEDs
• Make sure you insulate your hot
water tank
• Keep a lid on it – use your
saucepan lids to help reduce
moisture and condensation too
Which heater is best for my home/room?
If you are looking to heat a room on
a permanent basis it would be best to
use an installed heater such as a panel
or storage heater.
Portable electric heaters are especially
useful for heating a room when perhaps
you’re involved in a sedentary activity
such as office working from home,
doing hobbies such as reading or
painting or simply watching TV.
Fan heaters – fantastic for an instant
warm up, they very quickly make a
room feel warm and comfortable.
There are models from 1kW up to
a powerful 3kW and oscillating models
will help to provide an effective
distribution of warmed air.
Convectors – these are slimline and
lightweight and easy to transport from
room to room and just as easy to store
away in the loft or a cupboard when
they are not in use.
• Insulate: Half a homes heat loss
is through walls and loft
• Get the best energy deal –
visit energy price comparison
sites to see how you might save
on your bills
Oil filled/oil free radiators – provide
a mix of radiant and convected heat.
They are ideal for older people,
keeping baby’s rooms warm and for
people working in a small home office.
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• Cuppas cost cash – reduce your
spend by boiling only what you need
rather than a full kettle every time
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Quantum ENERGY SYSTEM
A new concept in electric heating
Quantum is a revolutionary system
that combines state-of-the-art
electric heating with an economical
demand response management
tool and is the culmination of three
years’ research and development.
Quantum is designed to use low
cost, low carbon energy from
renewable sources, such as solar
photovoltaics and wind turbines.
It has the ability to store this
energy during periods of low
demand, turning it into cheap,
efficient heat only when it’s needed.
Importantly it will operate on any
off-peak tariff combined with
a 24 hour supply.
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heater is up to 25% cheaper to run and uses up to 20% less energy than other
comparable electric heaters.†
The Quantum heater uses insulation
material which comes close to the
lowest theoretically possible thermal
conductivity – an insulation with
a thermal conductivity even lower
than that of still air.
Better still, Quantum uses off-peak
tariffs whenever possible to minimise
costs. So users can enjoy all the
benefits of electric heating, with
running costs unattainable by other
direct acting electric systems. And to
top it all, the Quantum heater is easy
to install and virtually maintenance free.
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to a manually controlled static storage heater.
Quantum ENERGY SYSTEM
2. The Quantum Cylinder*
3. The Quantum Hub*
1. The Quantum Room Heater
Class-leading and intuitive, smart energy
storage water vessel.
Think of the Quantum Hub as an
optional system manager.
• Can be bought and used individually
or as part of a system
• Can be bought and used individually
or as part of a system
•Uses off-peak tariffs for low running costs
– on a room-by-room basis it is expected
that 97% of the heating requirement will
be met by off-peak energy
• Provides mains pressure hot water for
fast-filling baths and powerful showers
• Facilitates the two-way communication
between the Quantum appliances and
the energy supply company
•Automatically adjusts to the user’s needs
through its dynamic storage capacity
• Choice of eight sizes,
ranging from 75 to 300 litres –
both vented and unvented
The Quantum Heating System comprises
three main components:
• Precisely matches the user’s chosen
heating profile
• Features an easy-to-use, electronic user
interface with LCD display complete with:
– room temperature setting
– seven-day programmer
– installer settings
• Designed to operate on any
off-peak tariff
• Fan-assisted output for extremely
rapid heat-up time
•Manufactured from stainless steel
with a 25-year warranty
•Advanced controls with feedback on
hot water availability – so no surprise
cold showers!
• Hard-wearing, black insulation outer
shell made from recycled materials
• Delivers a long-life, low-maintenance,
economical hot water supply
•Two-way communications allowing
demand side management
• Completely automated and preset
– no need for user input
•Uses future-proofed technology,
ensuring it can support upcoming
changes in energy supply
• Compact and may be mounted
discreetly anywhere within the property
• Enables the Quantum heating and
hot water units to potentially be
connected to one permanently live
electrical circuit – and still benefit from
off-peak rate costs
• Requires a transceiver to be fitted to
each Quantum appliance
*Available Spring 2013
• Soft-start, ultra quiet fan for
minimum intrusion
• Boost element ensures heat is always
available even with unexpected demand
•Attractive, state-of-the-art design
• Compact design (no deeper than
a double wet radiator) with flexible
mounting options and adjustable
feet positions
• Covers previous ‘fixing marks’ of
most comparably sized traditional
storage heaters
• Optional communications link for
demand side management to help
stabilise the electricity supply network
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Quantum ENERGY SYSTEM
Exceptional control
The Quantum Room Heater will:
• Intelligently monitor weather and
usage patterns, learning from and
adapting to them, delivering heat
accordingly
• Work seamlessly with the grid,
using off-peak tariffs whenever
possible to minimise user costs
and maximise efficiency
• Closely follow target room
temperature, intuitively adjusting
settings to maintain this to within
a fraction of a degree C
• Respond quickly to changing climate
and room temperature conditions,
and alter configurations automatically
All of this adds up to highly controllable
heating, with exceptionally low
running costs.
The heater intuitively and precisely
responds to user lifestyle and climate
conditions, delivering just the right
amount of heat. Of course, if an
individual wants to adjust heat levels
manually, he or she can – using the
built-in, state-of-the-art controls.
End users can:
•Manually adjust heat levels via
the easy-to-use, built-in electronic
interface with LCD display,
advance/menu/back buttons
and rotary ‘click’ selector
7 Day programmer with 3 preset (adjustable) timer
profiles, display adjustment. Holiday mode giving
frost protection, landlord setting, child lock setting
and many more features.
Rotary knob adjusts target
temperature and enables menu
scrolling and selection.
• Choose and adjust preset
programmes, such as
‘Home all day’, then sit back
and relax as the Quantum
Heating System takes control
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Target temperature display is colour coded to assist
visually impaired. Heater will maintain selected
temperature to within +/- 0.3°C.
Quantum ENERGY SYSTEM
Benefits for all
Harnessing low-carbon, low-cost
electricity, the Quantum heater delivers
the future of heating, today.
Whether you’re specifying, installing,
living or working with Quantum,
you’ll quickly realise the benefits that this
dynamic heating system has to offer.
Specifier Benefits
For private developers, social housing
providers and private landlords,
the Quantum Room Heater:
• Features attractive, state-of-the-art
design – superior to other storage
and wet systems
• Completely automatic once set up
• Economical to run, helping to alleviate
the increasing problem of fuel poverty
• Offers improved comfort levels,
heating only when required
•Accurate room temperature control
to +/-0.3 ºC
• Responsive to changes in
external temperature
•Uses a future-proofed,
nationally-supplied fuel source
• Is easy to specify within SAP
• Delivers high reliability and very
low maintenance
• Is available in a range of heater sizes,
enabling greater flexibility in
project specification
Installer Benefits
• Simple to install – with separate
instructions for both installer and user
• Is virtually maintenance free
• Includes an electronic controller
pre-loaded with time/date and
commissioning programme
• Is compact with adjustable feet positions
• Covers previous ‘fixing marks’ of all
most comparably sized traditional
storage heaters
• Has easy to use controls to reduce
user confusion
• Reversible cable entry points and
adjustable feet to ensure the chassis
covers previous ‘fixing marks’ of most
comparably sized storage heaters
• Easy to use controls to reduce
user confusion
Energy Supplier Benefits
• Features multiple options for
communication
• Facilitates the preservation of the
off-peak tariff market
• Offers the potential for new tariff creation
• Provides a tool for economic Demand
Response Management
• Delivers low-cost, low-carbon and
flexible energy storage: utilities can
decide how much energy to store and
when to store it
• Improves use of wind generation,
helping to decarbonise the grid
•Allows for better balancing of
supply and demand
• Increases system reliability and security
• Reduces the need for investment
in networks
• Helps reduce the cost of
standby generation
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Quantum
•Uses low-cost, low-carbon,
future-proofed technology
End User Benefits
•Attractive, state-of-the-art design –
superior to other storage and
wet systems
15
Quantum ENERGY SYSTEM
Technical information
Colour/Finish
Quantum room heater
White.
Model
Controls
Electronic user interface with LCD
display offering room temperature
setting, 7 day programmer, installer
settings, 3 preset timer profiles,
holiday setting and more.
Height
Depth
QM070
730mm
185mm
703mm
83kg
QM100
730mm
185mm
865mm
107kg
QM125
730mm
185mm
1069mm
135kg
QM150
730mm
185mm
1069mm
155kg
Model
Output rating
Input rating
Max. storage
capacity
Boost element
rating
Charge Controller
Fully automatic charge controller
incorporates self learning algorithms
to optimise daily energy storage,
using multiple sensors to automatically
adjust the charge taken based on
recent energy use patterns and
future programmed requirements.
Thermostat
Electronic – capable of maintaining
a room temperature to +/- 0.3ºC.
Installed
weight
Width
QM070
700W
1560W
10.9kWh
630W
QM100
1000W
2200W
15.4kWh
880W
QM125
1250W
2760W
19.3kWh
1130W
QM150
1500W
3300W
23.1kWh
1300W
Energy Cell Packs – Packaged separately, required in the following quantities:
Model
QM070
QM100
QM125
QM150
6
8
10
12
Energy cell
packs required
Safety devices
• Limit thermostat (self resetting)
• Cut-out (manual reset)
• Over-temperature thermostat for fan
• Over-temperature limit thermostat
for fan
Fan
Low rev/low noise heat circulation fan
with variable speed and soft start.
Storage core
High density bonded magnetite
energy cells.
Quantum
Thermal insulation
Front, rear top and ends – microporous
silica. Base – calcium silicate slab.
Battery backup
3.3V coin cell battery to backup real
time clock. Battery life > 5 years.
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Supply
Quantum QM125 vs conventional static 24kWh storage heater
The test
A climate room was built to accurately
replicate a room from typical UK housing
stock. It has two external walls and the
temperatures outside all walls, ceiling
and floor are accurately controlled.
The following heaters were tested
under these conditions:
3.4kW (input) static storage heater with
manual charge control supplemented
with a direct acting heater.
Average weekday profile
The results
Quantum Energy Use = 10 kWh + 0.2kWh (fan) = 10.2kWh – 9 hours heating @ 21ºC
Conventional Storage Energy Use = 12.2 kWh + 1.3kWh Direct Acting Supplemetary Heating = 13.6kWh – 9 hours heating @ 21ºC
Morning
rise
25
Return
from work
Leave
for work
Retire
to bed
20
15
DAILY CYCLE HOURS
0
00:00
230-240V / 50Hz Off peak + 24 hour
supply required.
Minimum outside temperature +4 ºC
Maximum outside temperature +11ºC
A daily temperature profile was set
up outside to simulate an average
heating day in a property based in
2.8kW (input) Quantum heater (QM125).
Sheffield,Conventional
England.Static 24kWh Storage Heater vs Quantum QM125
ROOM TEMPERATURE ºC
Electromechanical:
06:00
Potential energy saving using Quantum
12:00
18:00
00:00
Comfort temperature profile created by Static Storage Heater
Comfort temperature profile created by Quantum Heater
Ideal comfort temperature profile
Average weekday profile
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/qm
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Conventional Storage Energy Use = 12.2 kWh + 1.3kWh direct acting heating =
13.6kWh (9 hours heating @ 21ºC)
Quantum Energy Use = 10 kWh + 0.2kWh (fan) = 10.2kWh (9 hours heating @ 21ºC)
A
PANEL HEATERS
Introduction to panel heaters
• Having low thermal inertia,
thus heating up rapidly in response
to immediate heating needs
• Having a gas filled or electronic
thermostat, avoiding room
temperature ‘drift’
• Having a range of controls which
allows the user to time their heating
requirements in line with their
occupancy patterns
The Dimplex range achieves this
by using convection to heat a space
up quickly, meaning that the room is
warm for the period of time selected.
The room can then be accurately
held at the temperature required
for the duration of occupancy,
creating a comfortable environment.
Importantly, when the heater is
switched off it reacts equally quickly.
How does a panel heater work?
Panel heaters are ‘direct acting’ products
(please see pages 10 and 11 for an
explanation of the different types of heat
and their properties).
These heaters are slimline wall mounted
and provide rapid heat whenever it is
required by the user.
While the way in which panel heaters
deliver their heat differs, the cost at
the point of use does not.
There have been many spurious claims of
‘efficiency’ in the electric heating market.
Here are the facts.
What is the efficiency difference between
different types of direct acting heaters?
Efficiency is a widely misunderstood
term when it comes to electric heating.
The fact is that electric energy is
converted to heat with 100% efficiency
at the point of use. Therefore the actual
efficiency of an electric resistance
heater – any electric resistance heater –
is 100%. If your heater uses 1kWh
of electricity, 1kW of heat will be
transferred into the room for one hour.
This is dictated by one of the principal
laws of physics, The Law of Conservation
of Energy – “Energy cannot be created
or destroyed, but can only change from
one form to another.”
However while it is true that all electric
resistance heaters are 100% efficient,
they don’t all operate in the same way.
For example an oil (or thermodynamic
fluid) filled radiator has different
performance characteristics to a panel
convector heater.
The fluid in the radiator will transfer
the heat uniformly around the radiator
giving a higher proportion of radiant
as opposed to convected heat in
comparison to a convector heater.
This is particularly useful for certain
applications (see our oil filled range on
page 65 of this brochure), however the
very small thermal storage capacity of
a fluid filled radiator also results in slow
release heat to the room during start up
(see graph 1) and a slightly prolonged
release of heat to the room after
switching off. By comparison a radiator
or panel convector heater with no fluid
would release heat to the room more
quickly during start up (see graph 2)
and stop releasing heat more quickly
at ‘switch off’.
Introduction to panel heaters
Time taken to raise room temperature from 9.2ºC to 21ºC
1 hr 34 mins
Graph 1 1.5kW Aluminium/steel fluid filled radiator
21ºC
9.2ºC
1 hr 34 mins
21ºC
TIME
9.2ºC
Graph 1 – fluid filled radiator
TIME
20
15
10
5
Graph 1 – fluid filled radiator
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are ng syst
ems
not
the
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Graph 2 1.5kW Steel panel convector
1 hr 12 mins
21ºC
1 hr 12 mins
9.2ºC
21ºC
TIME
9.2ºC
Tested in a climatic chamber with a cooling load of 518W.
Graph 2 – Designer convector radiator
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TIME
55
50
45
40
35
55
30
50
25
45
20
40
15
35
10
30
5
25
20
15
10
5
ROOM TEMPERATURE
ROOM TEMPERATURE
ºC
ºC
18
55
50
45
40
35
55
30
50
25
45
20
40
15
35
10
30
5
25
ROOM TEMPERATURE
ROOM TEMPERATURE
ºC
ºC
The Dimplex range of panel
convector heaters maximises
operational ability by:
rating of dwellings (SAP 2012 Version
9.92 Dec 2011) also draws no distinction
between panel, convector or radiant
heaters, water or oil filled radiators,
fan heaters or portable electric heaters –
each has an efficiency of 100% and
a responsiveness of 1.
The European Commission Study
of Local Room Heating products
(DG Ener Lot 20) states:
“Since the ‘heat generation efficiency’
is always 100%. It does not allow
comparing the energy performance
of electric room heaters.”
The UK government’s standard
assessment procedure (SAP) for energy
Electric (direct acting)
room heaters
Introduction to panel heaters
Is there a wider acknowledgement of
any efficiency differences?
Efficiency %
This is demonstrated in the table
below, which shows the SAP for
energy ratings of dwellings
(SAP 2012 Version 9.92 Dec 2011).
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Heating type
Responsiveness
(R)
Code
Rd SAP
Panel, convector or radiant heaters
100
1
1.0
691
rd
Water or oil filled radiators
100
1
1.0
694
rd
Fan heaters
100
1
1.0
692
Portable electric heaters
100
1
1.0
693
rd
Dimplex Heatbook
Electronic
Panel Heaters
The Monterey range
Features
• High levels of control are built in
with a sophisticated thermostat
accurate to an impressive +/- 0.3ºC
• Range of optional plug-in
electronic timer modules:
– 24 hour digital timer
– Single zone pilot wire programmer
– Runback timer
• Compatible with Dimplex
4 zone, wall mounted pilot wire
and mains borne signalling
multi heater programmers
•Traditional design
• Virtually noiseless operation
• Frost protection setting
• Preset background temperature
at 5ºC below thermostat setting*
• Splashproof (IPX4) rated, for use
in bathroom or wet areas
• Detachable hinged wall mounting
frame for fast installation and
easy cleaning
• Suitable for domestic and light
commercial use
Model MFP150W
With a stylish finned metal design, the Monterey combines practical good looks with
a highly accurate energy management system for maximum efficiency and comfort.
*When connected to a programming
unit supporting setback feature.
Controls
The Monterey range
1
3
Model MFP150W
2
1 Thermostat control
Electronic type, accurate to +/- 0.3ºC.
User selection of room temperature
from 5ºC (frost protection) to 30ºC
using slider control. Slider can be
locked in position if required.
20
2 Power controls and indicators
Soft-touch on/off button,
together with indicators showing
when power to heater is on and
when element is operating.
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/mfp
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3 Optional plug-in control modules
• 24 hour digital timer (RX24TI)
• Runback timer (RXRBTI)
•Single zone, pilot wire
programmer (RXPW1)
Central control options†
• 4 zone pilot wire and mains
borne signalling controllers
(RXPW4 and RXMBS4)
• RX9913 receivers and RXMBSF
filter required for mains borne
control operation
See pages 32-33 for more information on the control options.
Electronic
Panel Heaters
Technical information
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
150
min
A
150
min
White.
300
min
B
Electronic control
Highly accurate electronic thermostats,
providing superior comfort and
operating efficiency.
X
536
As the room temperature reaches the
desired set point, power to the elements
is reduced, and the room temperature is
closely monitored to an accuracy of less
than +/- 0.3ºC, minimising overshoot
and temperature drift, resulting in better
energy efficiency and user comfort.
X1
150 min
Typical overshoot and poor regulation
now improved
Model
Loading
Height
Width (A)
Depth (B)
X
X1
Weight
MFP050W
0.5kW
536mm
503mm
104mm
390mm
168.5mm
12kg
MFP075W
0.75kW
536mm
503mm
104mm
390mm
168.5mm
12kg
MFP100W
1.0kW
536mm
671mm
104mm
560mm
338.5mm
15kg
MFP150W
1.5kW
536mm
741mm
104mm
630mm
408.5mm
17.5kg
MFP200W
2.0kW
536mm
911mm
104mm
800mm
578.5mm
22kg
HB13-D0011
Error band
+/- 0.3ºC max
Desired
temp
Electronic thermostat
Electro-mechanical thermostat
Initial
room
temp
Being electronic, control is virtually
noiseless and incredibly reliable.
Installation
HB13-D0012
Supplied with metal wall bracket.
IP rating
Splashproof IPX4.
Electrical connections
Thermal cut-out
Auto reset type.
Element
Compact, finned, mineral filled
sheathed type, providing virtually
silent operation.
The Monterey range
Model MFP150W
1.0m, 4 core cable (live, neutral,
earth, pilot) supplied fitted to
each heater.
Construction
Durable epoxy-polyester powder
coated steel casing, with upward
facing grille. Temperature resistant
PBT thermoplastic moulded parts.
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Electronic
Panel Heaters
The Girona range
Features
• High levels of control are built in
with a sophisticated thermostat
accurate to an impressive +/- 0.3ºC
• Range of optional plug-in
electronic timer modules:
– 24 hour digital timer
– Single zone pilot wire programmer
– Runback timer
• Compatible with Dimplex
4 zone, wall mounted pilot wire
and mains borne signalling
multi heater programmers
• Elegant glass front finish in
black or white
• Virtually noiseless operation
• Frost protection setting
• Preset background temperature
at 5ºC below thermostat setting*
• Splash proof (IPX4) rated, for use in
bathroom or wet areas
• Detachable hinged wall mounting
frame for fast installation and
easy cleaning
Model GFP150B
• Suitable for domestic and light
commercial use
With an elegant black or white glass fronted façade, the Girona delivers rapid
warm up with a highly accurate energy management system to maintain comfort
levels to suit the user.
*When connected to a programming unit
supporting setback feature.
Controls
1
3
The Girona range
2
Model GFP150W
1 Thermostat control
Electronic type, accurate to +/- 0.3ºC.
User selection of room temperature
from 5ºC (frost protection) to 30ºC
using slider control. Slider can be
locked in position if required.
22
2 Power controls and indicators
Soft-touch on/off button,
together with indicators showing
when power to heater is on and
when element is operating.
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/gfp
†
Dimplex Heatbook
3 Optional plug-in control modules
• 24 hour digital timer (RX24TI)
• Runback timer (RXRBTI)
• Single zone, pilot wire programmer
(RXPW1)
Central control options†
• 4 zone pilot wire and mains
borne signalling controllers
(RXPW4 and RXMBS4)
• RX9913 receivers and RXMBSF
filter required for mains borne
control operation
See pages 32-33 for more information on the control options.
Electronic
Panel Heaters
Technical information
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
150
min
A
300
min
150
min
Black or white.
B
Electronic control
Highly accurate electronic
thermostats, providing superior
comfort and operating efficiency.
X
565
As the room temperature reaches the
desired set point, power to the elements
is reduced, and the room temperature is
closely monitored to an accuracy of less
than +/- 0.3ºC, minimising overshoot
and temperature drift, resulting in better
energy efficiency and user comfort.
X1
150 min
Typical overshoot and poor regulation
now improved
Colour
Loading
Height
Width
(A)
GFP050W
White
0.5kW
565mm
530mm
107mm
390mm
168.5mm
13kg
GFP075W
White
0.75kW
565mm
530mm
107mm
390mm
168.5mm
13kg
GFP100W
White
1.0kW
565mm
700mm
107mm
560mm
338.5mm
16.5kg
GFP150W
White
1.5kW
565mm
770mm
107mm
630mm
408.5mm
20kg
GFP200W
White
2.0kW
565mm
940mm
107mm
800mm
578.5mm
26kg
GFP050B
Black
0.5kW
565mm
530mm
107mm
390mm
168.5mm
13kg
GFP075B
Black
0.75kW
565mm
530mm
107mm
390mm
168.5mm
13kg
GFP100B
Black
1.0kW
565mm
700mm
107mm
560mm
338.5mm
16.5kg
GFP150B
Black
1.5kW
565mm
770mm
107mm
630mm
408.5mm
20kg
Splashproof IPX4.
GFP200B
Black
2.0kW
565mm
940mm
107mm
800mm
578.5mm
26kg
Electrical connections
Model
Depth
(B)
X
X1
Weight
Desired
temp
Initial
room
temp
Electronic thermostat
Electro-mechanical thermostat
Being electronic, control is virtually
noiseless and incredibly reliable.
Installation
HB13-D0012
Supplied with metal wall bracket.
IP rating
1.0m, 4 core cable (live, neutral,
earth, pilot) supplied fitted to
each heater.
Thermal cut-out
Auto reset type.
Element
Compact, finned, mineral filled
sheathed type, providing virtually
silent operation.
The Girona range
Model GFP150B
Error band
+/- 0.3ºC max
Construction
Durable epoxy-polyester powder
coated steel casing, toughened
safety glass with upward facing grille.
Temperature resistant PBT
thermoplastic moulded parts.
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Electronic low profile
panel heaters
The Saletto range
Features
• High levels of control are built in
with a sophisticated thermostat
accurate to an impressive +/- 0.3ºC
• Range of optional plug-in
electronic timer modules:
– 24 hour digital timer
– Single zone pilot wire programmer
– Runback timer
• Compatible with Dimplex
4 zone, wall mounted pilot wire
and mains borne signalling
multi heater programmers
• Stylish, simple front panel design
• Virtually noiseless operation
• Preset background temperature
at 5ºC below thermostat setting*
• Frost protection setting
• Splashproof (IPX4) rated, for use in
bathroom or wet areas
• Detachable wall mounting frame for
fast installation and easy cleaning
• Suitable for domestic and light
commercial use
Model Saletto LPP100
Simple, clean looks and a sleek, low-profile design make the Saletto range of heaters
perfect for a range of different applications. With the same incredible control and
performance of the well-known Monterey and Girona, this range is ideal where
wall space is at a premium, such as a conservatory or small bedroom.
*When connected to a programming unit
supporting setback feature.
Controls
1
3
The Saletto range
2
1 Thermostat control
Electronic type, accurate to +/- 0.3ºC.
User selection of room temperature
from 5ºC (frost protection) to 30ºC
using slider control. Slider can be
locked in position if required.
24
2 Power controls and indicators
Soft-touch on/off button,
together with indicators showing
when power to heater is on and
when element is operating.
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/lpp
†
Dimplex Heatbook
3 Optional plug-in control modules
• 24 hour digital timer (RX24TI)
• Runback timer (RXRBTI)
• Single zone, pilot wire programmer
(RXPW1)
Central control options†
• 4 zone pilot wire and mains
borne signalling controllers
(RXPW4 and RXMBS4)
• RX9913 receivers and RXMBSF
filter required for mains borne
control operation
See pages 32-33 for more information on the control options.
Electronic low profile
panel heaters
Technical information
Dimensions and clearances (mm)
Colour/Finish
Shelf wider
than 50mm
Electronic control
50mm shelf
A
150
min
170 min
50
min
White.
100
Highly accurate electronic
thermostats, providing superior
comfort and operating efficiency.
As the room temperature reaches the
desired set point, power to the elements
is reduced, and the room temperature is
closely monitored to an accuracy of less
than +/- 0.3ºC, minimising overshoot
and temperature drift, resulting in better
energy efficiency and user comfort.
X
235
150 min
Typical overshoot and poor regulation
now improved
Loading
Height
Width (A)
Depth
Wall mounting
width (x)
Weight
LPP050
0.5kW
235mm
746mm
100mm
671mm
6.7kg
LPP075
0.75kW
235mm
746mm
100mm
671mm
6.7kg
LPP100
1kW
235mm
877mm
100mm
802mm
7.6kg
LPP150
1.5kW
235mm
1142mm
100mm
1067mm
9.9kg
Model
Error band
+/- 0.3ºC max
Desired
temp
Electronic thermostat
Electro-mechanical thermostat
Initial
room
temp
Being electronic, control is virtually
noiseless and incredibly reliable.
Installation
HB13-D0012
Supplied with metal wall bracket.
IP rating
Splashproof IPX4.
Electrical connections
Model Saletto LLP050
1.0m, 4 core cable (live, neutral,
earth, pilot) supplied fitted to
each heater.
Auto reset type.
Element
Compact, finned, mineral filled
sheathed type, providing virtually
silent operation.
The Saletto range
Thermal cut-out
Construction
Durable epoxy-polyester powder
coated steel casing, toughened
safety glass with upward facing grille.
Temperature resistant PBT
thermoplastic moulded parts.
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Electronic
panel heaters
The EPX range
Features
• High levels of control are built in
with a sophisticated thermostat
accurate to an impressive +/- 0.3ºC
• Range of optional plug-in
electronic timer modules:
– 24 hour digital timer
– Single zone pilot wire programmer
– Runback timer
• Compatible with Dimplex
4 zone, wall mounted pilot wire
and mains borne signalling
multi heater programmers
•Aesthetics to complement DuoHeat
radiators, with pure white finish
• Frost protection setting
• Preset background temperature
at 5ºC below thermostat setting*
• Splashproof (IPX4) rated, for use
in bathrooms or wet areas
• Virtually noiseless operation
• Simple detachable hinged
wall bracket for easy installation
and cleaning
• Suitable for domestic or light
commercial use
Model EPX1250
The EPX range of electronic panel heaters combine advanced performance and
stylish looks to provide a superior, cost efficient panel heating solution.
*When connected to a programming unit
supporting setback feature.
Controls
3
1
The EPX range
2
Model EPX500
1 Thermostat control
Electronic type, accurate to +/- 0.3ºC.
User selection of room temperature
from 5ºC (frost protection) to 30ºC
using slider control. Slider can be
locked in position if required.
26
2 Power controls and indicators
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/epx
Soft-touch on/off button,
together with indicators showing
when power to heater is on and
when element is operating.
†
Dimplex Heatbook
3 Optional plug-in control modules
• 24 hour digital timer (RX24TI)
• Runback timer (RXRBTI)
• Single zone, pilot wire programmer
(RXPW1)
Central control options†
• 4 zone pilot wire and mains
borne signalling controllers
(RXPW4 and RXMBS4)
• RX9913 receivers and RXMBSF
filter required for mains borne
control operation
See pages 32-33 for more information on the control options.
Electronic
panel heaters
Technical information
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
White.
118
X
A
150
min
Electronic control
214
150
min
150
108
Highly accurate electronic
thermostats, providing superior
comfort and operating efficiency.
As the room temperature reaches the
desired set point, power to the elements
is reduced, and the room temperature is
closely monitored to an accuracy of less
than +/- 0.3ºC, minimising overshoot
and temperature drift, resulting in better
energy efficiency and user comfort.
430
310
255
150 min
Typical overshoot and poor regulation
now improved
Error band
+/- 0.3ºC max
Desired
temp
Model
Loading
Height
Width (A)
Depth
X
Weight
EPX500
0.5kW
430mm
450mm
108mm
117mm
5.2kg
EPX750
0.75kW
430mm
620mm
108mm
287mm
6.6kg
EPX1000
1kW
430mm
620mm
HB13-D0008
108mm
287mm
6.6kg
EPX1250
1.25kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
7.1kg
EPX1500
1.5kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
7.1kg
Installation
EPX2000
2kW
430mm
860mm
108mm
527mm
8.5kg
Detachable wall mounting bracket.
Electronic thermostat
Electro-mechanical thermostat
Initial
room
temp
Being electronic, control is virtually
noiseless and incredibly reliable.
HB13-D0012
IP rating
Splashproof IPX4.
Electrical connections
1.2m, 4 core cable (live, neutral, earth,
pilot) supplied fitted to each heater.
Thermal cut-out
Element
Model EPX1500
Compact, finned, mineral filled
sheathed type, providing virtually
silent operation.
Construction
Durable epoxy-polyester powder
coated steel casing, with forward
facing grille. Temperature resistant
PBT thermoplastic moulded parts.
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The EPX range
Auto reset type.
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radiant panel heaters
The RPX range
Features
• Fitted with an electronic thermostat
accurate to +/- 0.1°C to maintain
a very stable room temperature
•User selectable comfort,
background and frost
protection settings
• Compatible with Dimplex single or
4 zone multi heater programmers
• Compact stylish casing with
distinctive new curved grille
• Radiant heating reduces
heat stratification
• Frost protection setting
•No visible glow
• Splashproof (IPX4 rated) for use
in bathrooms and wet areas
• Controls cover which can be locked
if necessary
• ‘Apollo’ bathroom model also
available – see page 50 for details
• Detachable wall bracket
for easy installation and cleaning
• Suitable for both domestic and
commercial applications
Model RPX100N
Radiant heat is the kind of warmth we feel from the sun, so it’s no surprise that
many people prefer their heating system to provide a comfortable level of radiant
heat to warm the body. The attractive, slimline RPX panel heaters are designed
to do just that, giving a perfectly balanced source of heat.
Controls
1
2
3
The RPX range
1 Function control
Electronic type, accurate to +/- 0.1ºC.
User selection of ‘comfort’, ‘background’
(4ºC below the thermostat setting) and
‘frost protection’ (5ºC), off and programmed
operation (if programmer is fitted).
Neon indicator shows function selected.
28
2 Thermostat dial
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/rpx
The dial is marked * to 9. The * setting
represents a room temperature of
approximately 5ºC and may be used for
protection against frost. The other settings
range up to a maximum room temperature
of approximately 35ºC. A neon indicator
shows when the element is operating.
†
Dimplex Heatbook
3 Optional plug-in control modules
• Single zone pilot wire programmer
(RX9911)
• Single zone mains borne signalling
programmer (RX9912)
Central control options†
• 4 zone pilot wire and mains
borne signalling controllers
(RXPW4 and RXMBS4)
• RX9913 receivers and RXMBSF
filter required for mains borne
control operation
See pages 32-33 for more information on the control options.
radiant panel heaters
Technical information
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
X
A
Y
100
min
Colour/Finish
White.
Z
100
min
100
min
Wall fixing
points
all modules
Electronic control
Highly accurate electronic thermostats,
providing superior comfort and
operating efficiency.
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As the room temperature reaches the
desired set point, power to the elements
is reduced, and the room temperature is
closely monitored to an accuracy of less
than +/- 0.1ºC, minimising overshoot
and temperature drift, resulting in better
energy efficiency and user comfort.
440
Cable entry
150
min
163
min
Typical overshoot and poor regulation
now improved
Error band
+/- 0.1ºC max
Desired
temp
Model
Loading
Height
Width
(A)
Depth
X
Y
Z
Weight
RPX075N
0.75kW
440mm
515mm
110mm
178
124.5
212.5
4.3kg
RPX100N
1.0kW
440mm
620mm
110mm
248
159.5
212.5
5.3kg
RPX150N
1.5kW
440mm
830mm
110mm
405
212.5
212.5
7.2kg
RPX200N
2.0kW
440mm
1040mm
110mm
535
252.5
252.5
9.0kg
HB13-D0018
Initial
room
temp
Electronic thermostat
Electro-mechanical thermostat
Being electronic, control is virtually
noiseless and incredibly reliable.
Installation
A detachable
wall mounting frame
HB13-D0016
allows quick wall fixing.
IP rating
Splashproof IPX4.
Electrical connections
2m, 4 core cable (live, neutral, earth and
pilot wire) supplied fitted to each heater.
The heating plates have a unique design
– the forward face is finished in matt
black and has greater surface area to
maximise radiant heat. The reverse side
is in its natural smooth aluminium state
to minimise heat loss to the wall.
The design provides an even temperature
across the front panel, using the whole
surface area available and maximises the
throw of radiant heat into the room.
Construction
Durable polyester powder coated
steel with mesh steel front grille.
Dimplex Heatbook
The RPX range
Elements
Two mineral filled sheathed electric
elements are embedded in aluminium
heating plates. Low element operating
temperature of around 200ºC reduces
air drying effects and dust burning.
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panel heaters
The PLX range
Features
• High accuracy adjustable
thermostat responds to very small
changes in room temperature to
reduce temperature drift*
• PLX TI models have programmable
24 hour timers
• PLX NC models with no built-in
controls, for use with Dimplex
wall mounted remote controls.
See website for more details
• Choice of models with
or without timers
• Splashproof (IPX4 rated) for use
in bathrooms or wet areas
• Frost protection setting**
• Option of 7 day timer on 2kW
and 3kW models
• Lockable dust cover
protects controls
• Detachable hinged wall mounting
frame for fast installation and
easy cleaning
• Suitable for domestic or
commercial use
*Excludes PLX NC models.
Model PLX1250
The PLX range is a popular choice for specifiers, homeowners and contractors who
demand stylish, space saving and efficient electric heating systems.
Controls
**Not applicable to PLX NC range.
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1
The PLX range
Model PLX750TI
2
3
1 Thermostat control
3 Built in 24 hour/7 day programmers
Gas filled, accurate to +/- 1.5°C.
TI models feature 24 hour time clock
enabling daily heating needs to be
programmed in advance. The clock
may be set to switch on and off as
often as required throughout the day.
Override switch enables the timer to
be by-passed without altering the
preset programme. The selector
control also has an off position.
User selection of room temperature
from 5°C (frost protection) to 35°C
using rotary knob.
2 On/off switch
A single pole on/off switch controls
the electricity supply. Neon indicator
when the switch is on and power
is supplied to elements.
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TX models feature 7 day timers,
allowing different weekday and
weekend programmes.
4 Heat selection switch
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/plx
Dimplex Heatbook
This allows the thermostat to operate
on full or half load.
panel heaters
Technical information
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
Willow white front and rear panels,
with contrasting birch grey grille.
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X
A
150
min
214
150
min
150
min
B
Sensitive thermostat
Conventional bi-metal thermostats
can allow ‘drift’ of as much as 5°C
in room temperature owing to the
effects of the changing heater output,
resulting in discomfort for the user
and energy wastage. Dimplex PLX
panel heaters feature close tolerance
gas filled thermostats, maintaining
room temperatures to within +/- 1.5°C,
eliminating resultant under/over
heating, and improving user comfort
and energy efficiency.
430
310
150 min
255
150
min
Room
Temperature
Bi-metal thermostat
Gas filled thermostat
22.5ºC
Model
Loading
Height
HB13
– D0021
Width (A)
Depth (B)
X
Weight
20ºC
1.5ºC
5ºC
17.5ºC
Thermostat only models
PLX500
0.5kW
430mm
450mm
108mm
117mm
4.8kg
PLX750
0.75kW
430mm
620mm
108mm
287mm
6.2kg
PLX1000
1.0kW
430mm
620mm
108mm
287mm
6.2kg
PLX 1250
1.25kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
6.6kg
PLX1500
1.5kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
6.6kg
PLX2000
2.0kW
430mm
860mm
108mm
527mm
8.0kg
Electrical connections
PLX3000
3.0kW
430mm
860mm
143mm
527mm
10.0kg
1.0m of supply cable fitted to
each heater.
PLX500TI
0.5kW
430mm
450mm
108mm
117mm
4.8kg
PLX750TI
0.75kW
430mm
620mm
108mm
287mm
6.2kg
PLX1000TI
1.0kW
430mm
620mm
108mm
287mm
6.2kg
PLX1250TI
1.25kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
6.6kg
PLX1500TI
1.5kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
6.6kg
PLX2000TI
2.0kW
430mm
860mm
108mm
527mm
8.0kg
PLX3000TI
3.0kW
430mm
860mm
143mm
527mm
10.0kg
PLX2000TX
2.0kW
430mm
860mm
108mm
527mm
8.0kg
PLX3000TX
3.0kW
430mm
860mm
143mm
527mm
10.0kg
PLX500NC
0.5kW
430mm
450mm
108mm
117mm
4.8kg
PLX750NC
0.75kW
430mm
620mm
108mm
287mm
6.2kg
PLX1000NC
1.0kW
430mm
620mm
108mm
287mm
6.2kg
PLX1250NC
1.25kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
6.6kg
PLX1500NC
1.5kW
430mm
690mm
108mm
355mm
6.6kg
PLX2000NC
2.0kW
430mm
860mm
108mm
527mm
8.0kg
24 hour timer models
Detachable wall mounting bracket.
IP rating
Splashproof IPX4.
Thermal cut-out
Auto reset type.
Element
Compact, finned, mineral filled
sheathed type, providing virtually
noiseless operation.
Construction
Durable epoxy-polyester powder
coated steel casing, with forward
facing grille. Temperature resistant
PBT thermoplastic moulded parts.
No controls models
Dimplex Heatbook
The PLX range
7 day timer models
Installation HB13-D0019
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Energy saving
Electronic panel heater controls
This range of controllers provides
fully programmable energy saving
control for Dimplex electronic
panel heaters, DuoHeat radiators
and now even additional ancillary
appliances, such as towel rails
or hot water systems, providing
unmatched levels of versatility
and energy efficiency.
With options ranging from
24 hour digital timers for individual
heaters, through to single or
4 zone multi heater programmers,
there is a flexible and easy to
use control solution available
to meet the needs of virtually
any application.
Choose the functionality you
require from the first column,
then check that this unit fits your
product and specification needs.
Control
requirement
Model
Signalling
method
24 hour control
over one heater
Programmable
24 hour digital timer
Single
heater
RX24TI and RX24TIB
Runback timer for
one heater
Electronic
runback timer
Single
heater
RXRBTI and
RXRBTIB
7 day control over
multiple heaters
Single zone
programming cassette
Pilot wire
RXPW1
See page 51 for towel rail and
radio frequency controllers.
7 day control over
multiple heaters
Single zone
programming cassette
RX9911, RX9912 and
RX9913
Electronic panel heater controls
Multizone control
from a wall mounted
programmer
Pilot wire
(RX9911)
Mains borne
signalling
(RX9912)
(RX9913)
4 zone wall mounted
programmers
Pilot wire
(RXPW4)
RXPW4 and
RXMBS4
Mains borne
signalling
(RXMBS4)
Pilot wire interface
Pilot wire
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Running a towel rail
or water cylinder
from a wall mounted
control
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/controls
Dimplex Heatbook
RXPWIF
Product features
Compatibility
Monterey, Girona,
Saletto and EPX
Allows the heater to operate only for a preset period of time each time the controller is activated.
• Runback timer cassette – plugs directly into panel heater
• Installer adjustable runback time, 30 mins to 4 hours (in 30 min increments)
• Switches heater between on and off modes on button press • 1 timer required per heater
• Can be locked into heater by installer, preventing user from tampering with time settings
• Neon indicates when time period is active
• Alternative ‘advanced’ mode allows heater to be controlled on comfort/background basis
• Available in white (RX24TI) or black (RX24TIB)
Monterey, Girona,
Saletto and EPX
Allows multiple panel heaters to be controlled on a common time programme, with slave heaters linked to
a master heater via pilot wire.
• 7 day, single zone pilot wire programming cassette – plugs directly into heater
• Master/slave control – master heater fitted with programmer controls up to 10 slave heaters via pilot wire
• 4 programmable time periods for weekdays and weekends, switching heater between on/off modes
• Programme advance and manual override features • Cassette can be removed from heater for easy programming
• Back lit LCD with power-save mode • Programmes saved in memory for 12 hours in event of power failure
• Quick start user guides printed on rear of programming cassette
Monterey, Girona,
Saletto and EPX
Allows multiple panel heaters to be controlled on a common time programme, with slave heaters linked to a master
via pilot wires or mains borne signalling.
• Master/slave control – master heater fitted with programmer controls up to 20 slave heaters
(RX9913 receivers required for MBS versions)
• Choice of 7 preset or 1 customisable programme per day of the week, switching heater between comfort and setback modes
(note: not on/off)
• Cassette can be removed from heater for easy programming
• Programmes saved in memory for 4 hours in event of power failure
• Quick start user guides printed on rear of programming cassette
RX9911/RX9912 –
RPX and Apollo
Provides the flexibility of complete system control from the convenience of a single point. Each zone can be
individually configured with a custom 7 day time programme.
• Wall mounted, mains powered units
• Installer configurable option to allow switching between comfort/setback modes, comfort/off modes or comfort/frost
protection modes
• Manual programme override facility, with automatic return to programme at next timed change
• Continuous comfort, setback, frost protection and off modes*
• Holiday (time absence) mode • Easy to install and configure
• RXPW4 pilot wire programmer can be used with RXPWIF interface unit to control ancillary appliances, such as towel rails
or hot water systems
RX9913 –
Monterey, Girona,
Saletto, EPX, RPX
and Apollo
Monterey, Girona,
Saletto, EPX, RPX,
Apollo and
DuoHeat radiator
Note: For mains borne signalling option, RX9913 receiver cassettes are required for each panel heater or RX03002 for each DuoHeat radiator.
An RXMBSF mains filter is also required.
Note: Pilot wire installations are appropriate for single phase connection only.
* Off mode not applicable for DuoHeat.
Provides additional system versatility by allowing ancillary appliances, such as towel rails or water heaters, to be
controlled via a pilot wire programmer (typically RXPW4 4 zone controller).
• Allows control over ancillary appliances up to 3kW (16A) load (typically towel rail or hot water cylinder immersion heater)
• Installed local to the appliance being controlled. 38mm single gang wiring accessory back box required (not supplied)
• Switches power to appliance when programmer in comfort mode; disconnects supply when programmer in all other modes
• Ideal for use with RXPW4 4 zone pilot wire programmer
Electronic panel heater controls
Programmable 24 hour time control; panel heater can be configured to its own individual operating programme.
• Plugs directly into panel heater
• 4 programmable time periods, switching heater between on/off modes
• Programme advance and manual override features
• 1 timer required per heater • Cassette can be removed from heater for easy programming
• Back lit LCD with powersave mode • Programmes saved in memory for 12 hours in event of power failure
• Quick start user guides printed on rear of programming cassette
• Available in white (RX24TI) or black (RX24TIB)
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Towel rails and
hot water immersion
heater cylinder
rated up to
3kW (16A) load
Dimplex Heatbook
Model CXLS18
Here we look a little more closely at
all the advantages that come with your
storage heaters.
Whether you have a new installation,
an existing one, or are thinking about
installing one, it’s good to know the
benefits when compared to other
types of heating.
With all models these include fast,
easy installation (no pipes, boiler or flue)
and 24 hours of warmth for the cost
of 7-10 hours’ worth of cheap rate
electricity. Storage heaters also have
a number of other benefits including:
• Require no annual maintenance
•Are clean
•Are safe
•Are easily upgradable
• Have a very long life
All storage heaters come with this
impressive list of benefits but please
view the products individually for
their specific features and benefits.
Further information can be found on
our website, along with full product
specifications, operating guides,
video guides, questions and answers,
local installers and service information.
If you want to see how each model
operates you can view the individual
product videos on the website at
www.dimplex.co.uk/support
Running cost comparisons
When it comes to making comparisons
between the efficiencies and running costs
of direct-acting (conventional electric
space heating) appliances of various types
and electric storage space heaters,
there should be no confusion, since the
comparisons are very straightforward.
Because storage heaters use
energy supplied by low-cost, off-peak
electricity, for a given property they
will always be cheaper to run over
a 16 hour day, rather than direct-acting
heaters which use day-rate electricity,
whether these are convectors or fluid
filled heaters.
Direct acting heaters, such as panel or
standard convector heaters, oil or water
filled radiators are unable to take full
advantage of off-peak electricity and are
designed to use standard rate electricity,
so they provide fairly instant heat when
they are switched on. They are mostly
used for rooms which only require
heating for short periods, like bedrooms,
although in compact, well insulated
modern properties they can be used
as a complete heating system.
•Are 100% efficient
Dimplex Heatbook
Introduction to storage heating
What are the benefits of storage heating?
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DuoHeat® radiators
The Duo range
Features
• Patented ‘smart’ heat manager
automatically controls output level
from each heat source, optimising
controllability and economy*
• Single, simple to use and
understandable electronic control,
with child lock facility
• Energy-efficiency savings of up to
10% compared with traditional
off-peak electric heating systems,
recognised by SAP2005, the tool
for showing compliance with Part L
of the Building Regulations
• Compatible with Dimplex 4 zone,
wall mounted pilot wire and mains
borne signalling multi heater
programmers
• Stylish, slimline design with
concealed outlet grille
• Heat output provided by a
combination of off-peak and
standard rate electricity sources
Model DUO400N
• Pre-wired electrical connections
• Simple, secure wall fixings
• Snap fit feet
• Easy-fit front panel connections
• Compatible with all off-peak tariffs
By providing heat from an automatically managed mix of off-peak and
direct-acting sources, DuoHeat provides the flexibility and controllability to
match users’ lifestyles and ensures plenty of heat is available throughout the
day or evening whenever it’s needed, while keeping running costs low.
*Patent number: GB2384300.
Model DUO400N
Controls
The DuoHEAT range
Thermal safety devices
Automatic reset core limit thermostat and
manual reset over temperature cut-out.
Central control
Room temperature controls
Integral user adjustable electronic room
thermostat controlling both front panel
element operation and temperature.
Set via LED membrane display on
top of heater. Child lock facility.
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Input charge control
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/duo
Dimplex Heatbook
Electronic room temperature sensing
thermostat with external sensor.
Limits charge in relation to room
temperature during charge period.
User selectable setting.
Enabled for pilot wire connection
as standard. Mains borne controller
(RXMBS4) and mains filter (RXMBSF4)
is required. Each DuoHeat radiator
also requires a receiver (RX03002) for
signalling connection. See pages 32-33
for central control compatibility details.
Controller mode
Heater function
Comfort
Heater functions
at electronic
thermostat setting
Setback
Temperature controlled
at 2ºC below electronic
thermostat setting
Frost protection
No front panel operation.
Off-peak elements
maintain frost protection
DuoHeat® radiators
Technical information
Dimensions and clearances (mm)
Curtains
Colour/Finish
White and grey.
Shelf or overhang
Wall, curtain or furniture
Installation
250
min
B
75 min
75
min
75
min
A
Off-peak supply – located at front
left hand end of base. Prewired with
1.6m 3 core, 2.5mm2 cable.
C
Furniture
or other
obstruction
24 hour supply – located at front
right hand end of base. Prewired
with 1.6m 4 core, 0.75mm2 cable
(for pilot wire control).
150
min
Fixing dimensions
A
B
B
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Model
DUO300N
DUO400N
DUO500N
Height A
712mm
712mm
712mm
Width B
600mm
830mm
1060mm
130mm + 10mm
130mm + 10mm
130mm + 10mm
94kg
124kg
Depth C
Weight (installed)
HB13-D0004
65kg
CL
672mm
C
Nominal output
0.7kW
1.0kW
1.4kW
Charge acceptance
9.1kWh
13.65kWh
18.2kWh
Model
Background/input
1.3kW
1.95kW
2.6kW
Width A
424mm
652mm
880mm
Radiant
0.38kW
0.47kW
0.54kW
HB13-D0005
212mm
326mm
Width B
440mm
Width C
295mm
751mm
Sleek and slim with
soft, curved styling –
only 140mm wide
Heat provided from
unique combination
of 2 separate sources
Quick response,
on demand
heating to suit
any lifestyle
523mm
Simple to operate,
user control
with child lock
facility and frost
protection setting
The DuoHEAT range
Smarter use
of energy for
maximum comfort
and economy
DUO300N DUO400N DUO500N
Simple plug
connection
between front
panel and
radiator body
Fully automatic
heat management
Simple,
secure
wall fixings
Highly accurate
electronic
temperature
control
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Prewired
electrical
connections
Encapsulated
microwire
radiant element
Pre-connected elements
for fast fit assembly
Snap fit feet
Dimplex Heatbook
slimline storage heaters
The XLN and XLSN ranges
Features
• XLSN range features automatic
charge regulator, which
automatically adjusts the level
of input charge to compensate
for changing weather conditions
without user intervention
• Running cost savings of up to
15% can be achieved using
automatic controller (XLSN)
compared to manual static
(XLN) storage heaters
• Less than 150mm (6 inches) deep
• Smooth curved styling
• XLN range features manually
adjustable charge regulator to
control the amount of heat
stored during the charge period
• Room temperature boost control
increases heat output when
required and may be used
automatically or manually
• Easy to use controls, out of sight
of young children
• Frontal grille for efficient
heat distribution
Model XLS12
• Secure wall fixings for safety
• Feet may be fitted under carpet or
on top of a suitable floor covering
The XLN and XLSN ranges
•Matches the PLX range of
panel heaters
The UK’s slimmest and most popular storage heaters offer performance, economy,
ultra slim design and maintenance free reliability. The XLN and XLSN are suitable
for a wide range of domestic and commercial applications. The heating level of
XLN range is adjusted by means of a variable input control, which the occupant
sets in line with the changing weather conditions.
• Compatible with all off-peak tariffs
• Drip proof construction (IPX2 rated)
Model XLS18
Controls
The control knobs are positioned
on the sloping rear top panel of the
heater, and are therefore out of
sight of young children. The knobs
incorporate a crossbar and raised
pointer for ease of operation.
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Charge controller – XL
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/xl
Dimplex Heatbook
Type: Bi-metal, adjustable
from zero charge to fully
charged condition.
Charge controller – XLS
Type: Hydraulic close differential room
temperature sensing thermostat with
external sensor.
Thermal safety device
Type: Bi-metal – manual reset.
Damper control
Type: Bi-metal strip, selection variable from
early to late or zero boost.
slimline storage heaters
Technical information
Dimensions and clearances (mm)
Curtains
Front panel, sides and top panel –
willow white; rear heat shield,
wall spacer and grille –
contrasting birch grey.
Shelf or overhang
B
75 min
Wall, curtain or furniture
Colour/Finish
250†
min
75
min
A
Supply connection
C
Furniture
or other
obstruction
150
min
Assembly
Remove front panel assembly
then front inner skin. Remove internal
packing containing elements, position
rear layer of bricks, heating elements,
and front layer of bricks.
100
† When
Located at front right hand end
of base – accessible by removal of
front panel assembly. Hidden cable
support straps at rear of heater allow
neat supply cable connection from
either side of heater.
using Dimplex shelves a clearance of 150mm must be maintained.
IP rating
Model
XL12N/XLS12N
XL18N/XLS18N
XL24N/XLS24N
1.70kW
2.55kW
3.4kW
11.9kWh
17.85kWh
23.8kWh
Height (A)
706mm
706mm
706mm
Width (B)
565mm
793mm
1021mm
Depth (C)
146mm
146mm
146mm
Shelf Model
SHE12
SHE18
SHE24
Performance input rating
HB13 – D0026
Charge acceptance (7 hour continuous)
Drip-proof IPX2.
Storage bricks
Supplied, 2 bricks per pack.
Approx weight of brick 7.5kg each.
Model
Weight
without
bricks
Weight
with
bricks
No. of
bricks
20kg
76kg
8
26kg
109kg
12
XL24N/XLS24N
32kg
144kg
16
Wall bracket fixing
Accessories
Model
Wall bracket width
No. of fixing slots
XL12N/XLS12N
542mm
4
XL18N/XLS18N
770mm
5
XL24N/XLS24N
998mm
6
Please refer to page 43 for
optional accessories.
The XLN and XLSN ranges
XL12N/XLS12N
XL18N/XLS18N
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Dimplex Heatbook
combination storage
& convector heaters
The CXLSN range
Features
• CXLSN range features automatic
charge regulator, which automatically
adjusts the level of input charge to
compensate for changing weather
conditions without user intervention
• Provides a continuous source
of warmth, primarily from cheap
off-peak electricity
• Convector gives completely silent
top-up heating
• Convector thermostat can be
set to maintain constant room
temperatures and automatically
switch on as necessary
• Conveniently positioned convector
controls on the front panel
• Lower convector loadings
selectable on installation
• Secure wall fixing for safety
• Feet may be fitted under carpet or
on top of suitable floor covering
• Simple assembly for flexible
positioning and quick installation
Model CXLS18
• See page 43 for accessories
By providing two heaters in one compact case, the CXLSN saves space, and its
smooth curved styling complements XLSN storage heaters and PLX panel heaters.
The CXLSN range
Storage controls
Convector controls
The control knobs are positioned
on the sloping rear top panel of the
heater, and are therefore out of sight
of young children. The knobs
incorporate a cross bar and raised
pointer for ease of operation.
Located to right of convector air outlet grille.
Charge controller
40
Type: Hydraulic close differential room
temperature sensing thermostat with
external sensor.
Thermal safety device
Type: Bi-metal – manual reset.
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/cxls
Dimplex Heatbook
Damper control
Type: Bi-metal strip, selection variable
from early to late or zero boost.
Room temperature thermostat
Type: Hydraulic, adjustable.
Safety cut-out
Type: Bi-metallic, disconnect supply to
reset type.
On/off switch
Type: Single pole incorporating neon which
illuminates when switch is in on position.
Neon
An additional neon illuminates when
convector heater is drawing current.
combination storage
& convector heaters
Technical information
Dimensions and clearances (mm)
Curtains
Colour/Finish
Willow white top, sides and front
panel. Contrasting birch grey grille,
rear heat shield and wall spacer.
Shelf or overhang
Supply connection
†
B
75 min
Wall, curtain or furniture
250 min
C
A
75
min
75
min
Furniture
or other
obstruction
Located at front left end of heater base.
Cable entry at left hand end.
Cable support straps at rear of
heater allows neat supply connection
from either side of heater.
Assembly
150
min
Remove front panel assembly then
front inner skin. Remove internal
packing containing elements, position
rear layer of bricks, heating elements,
and front layer of bricks.
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using Dimplex shelves a clearance of 150mm must be maintained.
The wall fixing arrangement is adjustable to accommodate for skirtings up to 150mm high and 25mm deep.
† When
IP rating
IPX2.
Storage bricks
Model
CXLS12N
HB13-D0027
Supplied, 2 bricks per pack.
Approx brick weight 7.5kg each.
CXLS24N
1.7kW
2.55kW
3.4k
11.9kWh
17.85kWh
23.8kWh
Convector heater performance
Maximum output
900W
1450W
2000W
Other outputs available
(Set on installation)*
450W
450W, 1000W
650W, 1350W
Height (A)
706mm
706mm
706mm
Element – convector heater
Width (B)
565mm
793mm
1021mm
Depth (C)
193mm
193mm
193mm
Shelf model
SHE12
SHE18
SHE24
Type: Stitched ribbon.
Material: Nickel/Chrome/Iron.
Element can be derated by 50%
on installation.
Storage heater performance
input rating
Charge acceptance 7 hour
Weight
with
bricks
No. of
bricks
CXLS12N
19.5kg
77kg
8
CXLS18N
24kg
111kg
12
CXLS24N
29.5kg
146kg
16
Accessories
*Element can be derated by 50% on installation.
Please refer to page 43 for
optional accessories.
Wall bracket fixing
Model
Model
Weight
without
bricks
Wall bracket width
No. of fixing slots
CXLS12N
542mm
4
CXLS18N
770mm
5
CXLS24N
998mm
6
The CXLSN range
CXLS18N
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Dimplex Heatbook
mini storage heaters
The XL6N and XLS6N range
Features
• XLS6N has automatic input
control to automatically regulate
the input charge according to
changing weather conditions
• Designed for wet areas such
as bathrooms
• Suitable for use in confined areas,
for background heating, or to
supplement an existing system
• XL6N has preset input control
• Performance input rating – 0.85kW
• Charge acceptance 7 hour –
5.95 kWh
• Secure wall fixing for safety
• Feet may be fitted under carpet or
on top of suitable floor covering
• Simple assembly for flexible
positioning and quick installation
• Compatible with all off-peak tariffs
•Accessory towel rail (part no.
STR6) and shelf (SHE6) available
Colour/Finish
Willow white top, sides and
front panel.
Supply connection
The XL6N and XLS6N range
Located at front right hand end of
base. Cable entry bush and cable
clips allow neat supply cable entry
from either side of heater.
Assembly
Remove one piece grille/front
panel assembly then front inner
skin. Remove internal packing
and element, position rear layer
of bricks, heating element,
and front layer of bricks.
Model XL6N
Mini storage heaters are extra compact versions of our popular XL and XLS
storage heaters bringing the benefits of off-peak heating to areas which were
traditionally too small for storage heaters such as bathrooms, cloakrooms
and en suites. They are ideal for topping up existing heating in cold spots,
improving the overall comfort and efficiency of the system.
Controls
Dimensions and clearances (mm)
170
Charge Controller – XL.
Shelf
Type: Bi-metal factory preset
for fully charged condition.
250†
min
350
255
Towel
Rail
Thermal safety device
Type: Bi-metal – manual reset.
IP rating
Drip-proof IPX2.
42
412
Storage bricks
Supplied, 2 bricks per pack.
Approx brick weight 7.5kg each.
Weight without bricks 11kg.
Weight with bricks 41kg.
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700
100
100
550
332
When using Dimplex shelves a clearance of 150mm
must be maintained.
†
A clearance of 75mm must be maintained between
the heater surface and any curtains.
HB13-D0029
Storage Heater
Accessories
Accessories
Storage heater shelves
Available to suit most Dimplex storage
heaters, these robust steel shelves are
finished to match the heaters and
provide protection against heaters
being covered. A minimum clearance
of 150mm between the heater and the
shelf must be maintained.
Shelves for storage heaters
Model
Model XL12
A wide range of accessories is available to increase the versatility
of Dimplex storage heaters.
Shelf
ref.
Length Height Depth
mm
mm
mm
XL6N/
XLS6N
SHE6
412
150
170
XL12N/
XLS12N/
CXLS12N
SHE12
640
150
170
XL18N/
XLS18N/
CXLS18N
SHE18
870
150
170
XL24N/
XLS24N/
CXLS24N
SHE24
1095
150
170
Protective guards
While the guard will protect against
contact with the heater and will be much
less hot than the heater, it is important
to note that the guard does still get hot,
particularly in the area adjacent to the
air outlet grille of the heater. For this
reason, Dimplex strongly recommends
that vulnerable groups such as the
elderly, infirm or young children are
always adequately supervised in the
vicinity of the heater.
For situations which demand low
surface temperature (L.S.T.), appliance
guards to comply with NHS estates
guidelines can be made to special order.
Guards have a robust epoxy willow
white coating to match the heaters.
Guards are also available for other
selected Dimplex products. Please
contact Aiano direct on 0207 987 1184
or visit www.aianos.co.uk for details.
Surface temperature
Dimplex products comply with EN60335,
the European Standard covering safety
requirements of electric heating appliances,
and momentary contact with any part of the
heater should not cause injury. However in
order to be effective, heaters of any type do
get hot especially around the air outlet grille.
Therefore, if aged or infirm persons, or young
children, are likely to be left unsupervised
in the vicinity of a heater, we advise that
precautions should be taken to ensure that
contact cannot occur. We recommend that
a guard is fitted around the heater as is
normal with some types of heating
appliances in similar circumstances.
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Accessories
A range of protective guards designed for
Dimplex storage heaters is available to
order. These ensure contact with the hot
surface of the heater case is avoided and
objects cannot be inserted into the
product. Guards can be simply positioned
over the heater or fixed to the wall.
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Towel Rails
The TDTR range
Features
• Compatible with the Dimplex
radio frequency controllers
• Even heat distribution
• Rapid towel drying
• Compact, slimline design
• Choice of chrome or white finish
Model TDTR350C
Sleek. Elegant. With a gentle curve of the rail, the Daytona is destined to become
the latest ‘must have’ design in any contemporary bathroom. Available in sparkling
chrome or cool white and in four sizes, specification comes easy for any size of room.
The TDTR range
Model TDTR175W
Controls
See page 51 for control options.
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Towel Rails
Technical information
TDTR350 dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
White powder coated or chrome plated.
shelf
Installation
B
100 min
TDTR175W/TDTR175C –
Supplied with 3 wall mounting brackets.
TDTR350W/TDTR350C –
Supplied with 4 wall mounting brackets.
IP rating
Splashproof IPX5 for bathroom use.
A
Electrical connections
1.0m pre-fitted cable.
Cable entry at bottom left rail.
Installations must be in accordance
with current IEE wiring regulations.
C
Thermal cut-out
2 x auto resetting temperature limiter.
TDTR175 dimensions
(mm)
HB13-D0033
Construction
Sealed steel shell. D shaped
upright bars.
shelf
100 min
B
A
C
The TDTR range
HB13-D0034
Model
Finish
Output
Height
(A)
Width
(B)
Depth
(C)
No. rails
Weight
TDTR175W
White
175W
610mm
453mm
80 – 100mm
12
6kg
TDTR350W
White
350W
843mm
602mm
95 – 115mm
18
11kg
TDTR175C
Chrome
120W
610mm
453mm
80 – 100mm
12
6kg
TDTR350C
Chrome
250W
843mm
602mm
95 – 115mm
18
11kg
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Dimplex Heatbook
towel radiator
The BR range
Features
• Compatible with the Dimplex
radio frequency controllers
•Ladder design maximises
capacity for hanging damp
towels and clothes
• Slim vertical design to maximise
use of wall space even in
confined areas
• No external controls
• Built-in over temperature cut-out
• Sealed, liquid filled design for
maintenance free use
• Provided with inlet/outlet
plumbing connections – no
expensive adaptors needed
• Supplied ready for electric use,
but may also be connected to
a water central heating system
with the electric element available
for use when the boiler is off
• Choice of models in white
or chrome finish
•IPX5 rated for bathroom use
Model BR350C
The Dimplex BR range creates a new generation of stylish multi-purpose
bathroom radiators. Higher output models provide an ideal combination of
room heating with efficient drying of towels and other fabrics.
Controls
Built-in temperature limiter and overheat protection. Suitable for connection
to external thermostats or timers, in accordance with IEE regulations.
See page 51 for control options.
The BR range
Model BR400W
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Model BR150C
Dimplex Heatbook
towel radiator
Technical information
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
100
min
Overhang
B
Finish
C
White powder coated or chrome plated.
Z
D
B
Installation
Supplied with wall mounting points
and brackets.
C
Z
E
IP rating
A
Splashproof IPX5 for bathroom use.
Electrical connection
X
1 metre of electrical cable pre-fitted.
Cable entry at base of left header tube.
Installations must be in accordance
with current IEE wiring regulations.
Y
W
A
BR150W BR150C BR350C
Construction
B
C
Sealed, liquid filled steel shell.
Water based fluid with glycol frost/
corrosion inhibitor. Vertical mounted
immersion element.
HB13-D0038_2_BR
Z
X
Y
A
600 min
W
Clearances and fixing centres (all models)
X
W = electrical element cable termination
HB13-D0038_1_BR
X = water inlet (flow) connection
Y
W
Y = water outlet (return) connection
BR400W
Z = bleed valve
Note: Please refer to tables
below for number of rails.
HB13-D0038_3_BR
Installation to radiator circuit
Installation must be in accordance
with manufacturer’s instructions.
Liquid is drained by removing bungs
to inlet/outlet connections (½ inch
BSP fittings). Connect to radiator circuit
(electric element remains in situ).
Radiator refilled from radiator
circuit and bled using valve
concealed below top right
header cap. Electrical connection
as electric only installation.
Operation when part of radiator circuit
BR150W
BR150C
BR350C
BR400W
Finish
White
Chrome
Chrome
White
Output (Electric)*
150W
150W
350
400W
Approx output (Water)*
320W
320W
750W
840W
Height (A)
665mm
665mm
1003mm
1003mm
Width (B)
430mm
430mm
630mm
630mm
C
385mm
385mm
603mm
447mm
Depth (D)
155mm
155mm
155mm
155mm
E
268mm
268mm
268mm
268mm
10
10
16
16
6.5kg
6.5kg
13kg
15kg
No. of rails
Weight
When the central heating system
is in use the appliance will act as
a normal radiator. Out of season
or when the boiler is not in use
the radiator may be operated
independently by switching on the
electric element. In use expansion
of water must be guaranteed through
return connection. Return connection
should be left open to ensure this.
The BR range
Model
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*For BTU output multiply by 3.412.
Water inlet connection
Dimplex Heatbook
towel rails
The TR and S ranges
The TR and S ranges can be
used with the Dimplex radio
frequency controllers.
TR features
• A range of five models
• Choice of sizes and finishes
•Oil filled
•Larger models will help to take
the chill off a small bathroom
or cloakroom
• Mains neon indicator
• Splashproof (IPX4 rated) for use
in bathrooms and other wet areas
• Supplied with wall mounting
brackets as standard
S features
•Oil filled tubular steel towel rail
• Durable white stove enamel
(S50W, S70) or chrome
plated (S50C)
• S50W provides lower
surface temperature
Model TRS120W
What a difference warm, dry towels make! With a Dimplex towel rail you can have
them all the time but at amazingly low running costs.
• Suitable for wall mounting only
• Splashproof (IPX4 rated) for use
in bathrooms and other wet areas
The popular S range is ideal for drying
and airing small towels in areas such
as kitchens, cloakrooms and en suites.
The low wattage element provides an
even surface temperature and very
economical operation.
TR range towel rails are permanently
liquid filled for maintenance free
operation. They can be mounted
for left or right hand cable entry.
No plumbing. No problems. And they
can be left switched on indefinitely.
The TR and S ranges
Controls
See page 51 for control options.
Model S50C
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Model TRC130W
Dimplex Heatbook
towel rails
Technical information
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
White stove enamel or chrome plated.
As a plated finish radiates less heat
away from its surface, the plated
models have a lower loading compared
with the equivalent physical size stove
enamel model, so that both have
a similar surface temperature.
C
B
50
min
ø20
IP rating
A
ø25
S: Splashproof IPX4 for bathroom use.
TR: Splashproof IPX4 for bathroom use.
Electrical connections
Supply cable is provided for connection
to the fixed wiring of the premises via
a suitable double pole isolating switch.
Installation must be carried out strictly
in accordance with the current edition
of the IEE wiring regulations. If the towel
rail is fitted in a bathroom essentially
these regulations preclude the use of
a plug and socket and any control
switch must be normally inaccessible
to a person using a fixed bath or shower.
The pull cord of a cord-operated switch
is not affected by this regulation.
ø30
TR range
600
HB13-D0039
50
min
A
C
Construction
B
Tubular steel.
S range – oil filled.
TR range – oil filled.
Cable entry
All models – left or right hand.
600
HB13-D0040
Loading
Height
(A)
Width
(B)
Depth
(C)
Finish
TRC90/W
60W
616mm
533mm
93mm
Chrome
TRS120/W
120W
616mm
533mm
93mm
White
TRC130/W
90W
851mm
533mm
93mm
Chrome
TRC150/W
120W
851mm
787mm
93mm
Chrome
TRS175/W
175W
851mm
533mm
93mm
White
S50C
45W
555mm
568mm
93mm
Chrome
S50W
45W
555mm
568mm
93mm
White
S70
70W
555mm
568mm
93mm
White
Model
The TR and S ranges
S range
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Dimplex Heatbook
radiant panel
bathroom heater
The Apollo
Features
• Fitted with an electronic thermostat,
accurate to within +/- 0.1ºC to
maintain a stable room temperature
• User selectable comfort, background
and frost protection settings
• Compatible with Dimplex single or
4 zone multi heater programmers
• Compact, stylish casing with
distinctive curved grille
• Two fixed towel hangers (not heated)
• Highly comfortable radiant heat
output, reducing heat stratification
• Splashproof (IPX4 rated) for use
in bathrooms and wet areas
• Controls cover which can be
locked if necessary
Model APL100
Colour/Finish
White.
Installation
A detachable wall mounting frame
allows quick wall fixing.
The unique Apollo radiant panel bathroom heater provides the ultimate
in bathroom heating. Combining the benefits of high comfort radiant panel
heating with the added convenience of fixed rails for drying and airing towels,
Apollo is the ideal solution where towel drying and full room heating are
required from a single appliance.
IP rating
Splashproof (IPX4 rated) for use
in wet areas.
Electrical connections.
2m, 4 core cable (live, neutral, earth and
pilot wire) supplied fitted to each heater.
Elements
The Apollo
50
Two mineral filled sheathed electric
elements are embedded in aluminium
heating plates. Low element operating
temperature of around 200ºC reduces
air drying effects and dust burning.
The heating plates have a unique design
– the forward face is finished in matt
black and has greater surface area to
maximise radiant heat. The reverse side
is in its natural smooth aluminium state
to minimize heat loss to the wall.
Controls
Please refer to RPX controls on page 28 for full details of the onboard controls.
For additional control options please see pages 32-33.
Main and fixing dimensions (mm)
96
100
248
96
100
440
Wall
fixing
points
100
min
200
115
Y
Construction
Durable polyester powder coated
steel with mesh steel front grille.
Cable entry
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Model
APL100
Dimplex Heatbook
150
min
163
Loading
Height
Width
Y
Weight
1.0kW
830mm
440mm
468mm
7.2kg
HB13-D0041
towel rail controls
The RF range
Features
RF24T and RF07T
• Wall mounted LCD programmer
• RF24T offers 24 hour programming,
with 4 programmable time
periods, switching heater
between on/off modes
• RF07T offers 7 day programming,
with 4 programmable time periods
for weekdays and weekends,
switching heater between
on/off modes
• Both controllers feature:
Model RF24T
This range of controls provides energy saving control for Dimplex towel rails.
Dimplex offers a range of RF controllers and receivers to provide energy saving
control over your heaters, to deliver the greatest possible levels of energy efficiency.
By utilising radio waves to transmit
their signal, radio frequency controls
remove the need to wire controls to
their receivers – meaning quick,
easy and trouble-free installation.
Perfect for controlling towel rails
or other ancillary appliances up
to 2kW, which otherwise have
no means of thermostatic control.
• Wall mounted controller unit that comes
complete with RF receiver which must
be wired to the relevant appliance
• Splashproof (IPX4 rated) for use in
wet areas
• Multiple receivers can be controlled
by a single controller
• Additional receivers sold separately
(RFREC)
– Back lit LCD screen with
power save mode
– 30 minute boost button
– Thermostatic control
– Fits single gang recessed wiring
accessory back box
RFBT
• Wall mounted rotary controller
•Offers RF thermostatic control
• 30 minute boost button
• Fits single gang wiring accessory
back box
RFREC
• Additional receiver for use with
RF controllers/programmers
(RFBT, RF24T, RF07T)
• Allows additional ancillary heater up to
2kW to be controlled simultaneously
Towel rail controls
Model RFBT
Model RFREC
Radio frequency controller
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Radio frequency
receiver
(RFREC)
Towel rail
or other ancillary
appliance up to 2kW
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Dimplex Heatbook
down flow fan heaters
The FX and FXIPX4 range
The FX range
With their compact design,
FX downflow fan heaters are the
popular choice for heating bathrooms
and en suites as well as kitchens.
The powerful 2kW output ensures
a fast warm up, although 1kW
output is selectable on installation
for smaller rooms.
All models have visual on/off
indicator, full safety protection
and are simple to install.
The FXIPX4 range
The FX20IPX4 and FX20EIPX4
with an innovative patented* design
and latest technology to provide an
IPX4 rated fan heater for unrivalled
versatility when it comes to
installation. This unique feature
allows greater installation flexibility
in bathroom locations.
Combined with a sleek, modern look,
the IPX4 rated FX downflow heaters
provide an ideal heating solution
for almost any bathroom, en suite
or kitchen.
*Patent pending at time of print.
The FX and FXIPX4 range
Model FX20IPX4
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Dimplex Heatbook
Model FX20VL
The FX range features
The FXIPX4 range features
FX20V
• 2kW maximum output
• Pull-cord operation
• Neon indicator
• Energy saving thermostat switches
output down to 1kW once the room is
warm (functions on 2kW setting only)
• 2kW or 1kW output selectable
on installation
FX20IPX4
• 2kW maximum output
• Pull-cord operation
• Neon indicator
•IPX4 rated
•Identical footprint to current FX20
models, meaning that retro-fitting
an IPX4 model is incredibly simple
• Energy saving thermostat switches
output down to 1kW once the room is
warm (functions on 2kW setting only)
• 2kW or 1kW output selectable
on installation
FX20VE
• Time period adjustable between
5 and 155 minutes on installation
• Heater can be manually switched
off before time period expires
• 2kW maximum output
• Pull-cord operation
• Neon indicator
• Energy saving electronic timer
automatically switches heater off
after a preset time period to prevent
it being left on accidentally
• 2kW or 1kW output selectable
on installation
FX20VL
• Designed for low level mounting
• No pull cord
• 2kW maximum output
• Neon indicator
• Adjustable thermostat control
• 2kW or 1kW output selectable
on installation
FX20EIPX4
• Time period adjustable between
5 and 155 minutes on installation
• Heater can be manually switched off
before time period expires
• 2kW maximum output
• Pull-cord operation
• Neon indicator
•IPX4 rated
•Identical footprint to current FX20
models, meaning that retro-fitting
an IPX4 model is incredibly simple
• Energy saving electronic timer
automatically switches heater
off after a preset time period to
prevent it being left on accidentally
• 2kW or 1kW output selectable
on installation
down flow fan heaters
Technical information
FX main dimensions (mm)
Colour
White.
250
min
229
Installation
109
280
min
Two upper keyhole slots are
provided together with a third
fixing hole to secure the heater
to the wall. The heaters are
supplied without cable.
IP rating
242
High Level Models FX20V
FX20VE
Low Level Models FX20VL
FX models: IPX2. Product should
be mounted at a minimum height
of 600mm if installed in zone 3 of
a location containing a bath or
shower (BS7671: 2001 section 601).
1800
min
Shelf
Front
Model
Loading
FX20V
2.0kW
FX20VE
FX20VL
FXIPX4 models: Splashproof IPX4
for bathroom use.
600
min
600
min
Electrical
All installations must be in accordance
with current IEE wiring regulations.
Side
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
242mm
229mm
109mm
1.1kg
2.0kW
242mm
229mm
109mm
1.1kg
2.0kW
242mm
229mm
109mm
1.1kg
HB13-D0043
Construction
Double insulated plastic case.
Moulded in flame retardant self
extinguishing grade nylon.
Safety protection
Manually resettable thermal overload
cut-out and thermal fuselink provide
double protection against overheating
for any reason.
FXIPX4 main dimensions (mm)
250
131
280
min
The FX and FXIPX4 range
250
min
Model FX20V
267
53
600
min
1800
min
Shelf
Front
Model
Side
Loading
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
FX20IPX4
2.0kW
267mm
250mm
131mm
1.4kg
FX20EIPX4
2.0kW
267mm
HB13-D0044
250mm
131mm
1.4kg
Dimplex Heatbook
under-tile warming
The DTW range
Features
• Concealed heating system
allows freedom of room
design for maximum flexibility
• Safe and practical system
helps dry spills quickly,
avoiding slip ups in
bathrooms and kitchens
• Early start function anticipates
heat demand to ensure floor
is heated for the correct time
• Feature packed controller
offering 7 day programming
over comfort and background
temperature settings to suit
every lifestyle
• Twin core 160W/m2 cable
on mat system
• Multiple mats can be connected
as a system
• 3mm cable depth for minimum
floor intrusion
• Maintenance free with low
running costs
•Ideal for both new build
and refurbishments
• Suitable for ceramic and
natural stone floors
• Suitable for installation on either
concrete or wooden sub floors
• 10 year guarantee on mats
Add a touch of luxury to your home by fitting Dimplex under-tile heating –
perfect for taking the chill off cold tiled floors.
Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, en suites
or conservatories, under-tile heating
provides radiant heat across the entire
floor area, providing a feeling of warmth
and comfort throughout the room.
The DTW range
Being concealed under the floor surface,
under-tile heating also provides complete
design freedom to plan rooms and
arrange furniture with maximum flexibility.
Controls
With intuitive design, self-learning
functionality and accurate control,
the Dimplex under-tile heating controller
offers the perfect complement to
a highly convenient heating system.
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A warm, tiled floor helps spills
dry quickly, promoting a safer
environment for all.
Available in a choice of seven easy
to install packs with a separate
thermostatic programmer.
under-tile warming
Technical information
Dimensions
Mat construction
• Twin core 160W/m2 cable
• Fully screened for use in
bathrooms or other wet areas
A
• Two layers of insulation for
maximum cable life
B
• Easy to cut mesh backing that
can be removed for small and
awkward areas
Mat dimensions and loadings
Model
Installation
Output at 230V
HB13-D0055
160W
DTW1M
Area
Element depth
Width A
Length B
1.0m2
3mm
500mm
2000mm
The Dimplex under-tile heating mats
can be fitted to:
2
DTW1.5M
240W
1.5m
3mm
500mm
3000mm
• Timber suspended floors
DTW2M
320W
2.0m2
3mm
500mm
4000mm
• Concrete solid floors
DTW3M
480W
2
3.0m
3mm
500mm
6000mm
DTW4M
640W
4.0m2
3mm
500mm
8000mm
DTW5M
800W
5.0m2
3mm
500mm
10000mm
• Dimplex strongly recommends
the use of 10mm insulating
tile backer board to maximise
system performance
DTW6M
960W
6.0m
3mm
500mm
12000mm
2
Each mat comes with adhesive roll and instruction for installation.
Sizing guide
Floor length
1m
1m
1 x DTW1M
Floor width
1.5m 1 x DTW1.5M
Electrical
• All installations should be carried
out by a qualified electrician in
accordance with the current
wiring regulations
1 x DTW1.5M 1 x DTW2M
1 x DTW3M 1 x DTW4M
1 x DTW5M
• All installations require an
RCD (residual current device)
for safe operation
1 x DTW2M
1 x DTW3M
1 x DTW4M 1 x DTW6M
1 x DTW6M +
1 x DTW1.5M
• The Dimplex thermostatic controller
has a maximum load of 15A
1.5m
2m
3m
4m
5m
1 x DTW2M
1 x DTW3M
1 x DTW4M
1 x DTW6M 2 x DTW4M
2 x DTW5M
3m
1 x DTW3M
1 x DTW4M
1 x DTW6M
3 x DTW3M 2 x DTW6M
3 x DTW5M
4m
1 x DTW4M
1 x DTW6M
2 x DTW4M
2 x DTW6M 4 x DTW4M
4 x DTW5M
5m
1 x DTW5M
1 x DTW6M +
2 x DTW5M
1 x DTW1.5M
3 x DTW5M 4 x DTW5M
5 x DTW5M
• Connecting more than two mats
to a controller requires the use of
a standard electrical junction box
• The Dimplex thermostatic
controller comes complete
with a floor sensing probe
Note: Always choose heater packs that are slightly smaller than your requirement as only the mesh
can be cut (Not the wire!) This chart is for illustrative purposes only.
Do not place under-tile heating under permanent fixtures (e.g. baths, kitchen cupboards).
The DTW range
2m
Controller dimensions and loadings
Model
DTW16S
Electrical
rating
Accuracy
Width
Height
Depth
Total depth
15A
0.5°C
79mm
83mm
22mm
44mm
55
Always use a standard electrical junction box when connecting more than two mats.
Dimplex Heatbook
base unit heaters
The BFH range
Features
• Variable thermostat for selection
of room temperature
• Maximum output of 2.4kW
with switching for 800W and
1600W outputs
• Model BFH24BWST has integral
controls for ease of installation
• Model BFH24BWSR is supplied
with a remote switch panel, for
positioning convenient to user
• Neon indicator glows when the
unit is switched on
• Fan only option for cool air
circulation
• All units are supplied with
a choice of brown, white or
stainless steel fascias to suit
any plinth unit
Model BFH with stainless steel fascia
The BFH range has been designed to fit neatly and unobtrusively into fitted furniture,
display units, fascias or false walls. These heaters are ideal for incorporating into
plinths of kitchen or bedroom base units or shop display units.
Controls
The BFH range
All models
Model BFH with white fascia
Thermostat control knob on front of
heater with a temperature range of
approximately 5°C to 30°C. Lowest
setting provides frost protection level.
Remote control model
BFH24BWSR: Switch Panel – 13 amp
fuse, double pole isolating switch,
two single pole on/off switches
controlling elements.
56
Integral control model
BFH24BWST: Built-in switches
on heater fascia on/off, fan only.
3 heat settings. Neon indicator.
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Dimplex Heatbook
base unit heaters
Technical information
Installation/dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
Aperture dimensions
All units supplied with a choice of white,
dark brown and stainless steel fascias.
120
min
12 min
Aperture
96 Plinth
Brown fascia
12 min
460
Front view
Stainless steel fascia
500
White fascia
260
HB13-D0046
120
80
Note: Above grille close ups are for colour
reference only. For actual grille please refer
to main photography.
Plan
Side view
Elements – all models
Fully strung, helically wound,
800W and 1600W combine to
give 2400W maximum output.
210
360
Cable
entry
Thermostat – all models
Ensure
air inlet
grille is
clear
22
90
Rear support bracket
Note:
If fitted in corner with adjacent cupboards to right hand side of heater then a distance of at least 150mm must
be maintained between the right hand end of the heater and the front of the adjacent cupboard door as shown.
HB13-D0047
If the overhang above
the heater isHB13-D0048
greater than
75mm, then a distance
of at least 100mm must
be maintained between
the overhang and the
uppermost part of the heater.
20 min
up to
75
HB13-D0049
100
min
over 75
Electrical connections
• Remote control model:
2.5 metre 6 core colour coded cable
is supplied for connecting the heater
to the switch panel. The installer must
supply suitable conduit or trunking
if required and a surface or flush
mounting box for the switch panel.
A list of suitable standard boxes
is supplied with the heater.
•Integral control model:
Supplied with 2m, 3-core cable.
Thermal safety device
The BFH range
All models
Bi-metal type, air temperature sensing.
Interrupt supply to reset type.
57
Switch panel remote control models
145
Installation
86
HB13-D0045
Minimum back box depth of 40mm
is required behind fascia plate.
Dimplex Heatbook
hydronic base unit
heaters
The BUH range
Features
• Automatic low temperature
cut-out thermostat
• Choice of low and boost settings
• Maximum output of 2.0kW
(6824 Btu/h)
• Fan only option for cool air
circulation (boost or normal speed)
• The BUH will heat a room much
faster than a traditional radiator
many times its size, but will not
occupy valuable wall space
• Supplied with a choice of brown,
white or stainless steel fascia to
suit any plinth unit
Model BUH with stainless steel fascia
The hydronic BUH range is designed specifically for use on ‘wet’ heating systems.
Small and compact, the BUH fits discreetly into the base of kitchen units,
reception desks, shop counters and even stair risers.
Controls
Installation/dimensions (mm)
Built-in single pole winter/summer
switch and two position boost/
low switch. Low temperature
cut-out thermostat set at 38ºC.
Facility for fan only operation.
Aperture dimensions
120
min
The BUH range
420
Supplied complete with a choice
of stainless steel, powder coated
brown or white finishes.
320
HB13-D0051
Pre-wired with 2m, 3-core
electrical cable. Supplied with
flexible hoses and isolating
valves to connect the unit’s
copper pipes to the flow
and return pipes of the
central heating system.
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Model
Dimplex Heatbook
Ensure
air inlet
grille is
clear
95
Fan speed
4372
Cable
entry
See website for full details.
Normal
(Btu/h)
Watts
BUH19B/W/S
12 min
Plan
Connections
58
96
Plinth
Aperture
Colour/Finish
Model BUH with stainless steel fascia
12 min
1280
Boost
(Btu/h)
Watts
6830
2000
Power
Water
Consumption
Watts
Capacity
20
31
0.2
HB13-D0052
multipurpose heaters
Coldwatcher
Features
•Energy saving thermostatic control
with frost protection
• 500W (MPH500) or
1000W (MPH1000) output
•Safe for use in wet areas (IPX4)
• Freestanding or wall mounting
• Neon mains indicator
• 1.8m cable and plug supplied
as standard
Technical specifications
Colour/Finish
Willow white and birch grey trim.
Model MPH1000 and MPH500
These compact, durable heaters are purpose designed where reliable frost protection
is required. Professionally tested against the British Standard for frost protection,
they offer unrivalled ‘peace of mind’, and are suited to a wide range of applications
including lofts, sheds, greenhouses and conservatories.
Dimensions and clearances (mm)
150
min
150
MPH500
330
Safety Protection
•Professionally tested for frost
protection to BS EN60675:1995
•Supply interrupt and safety cut-out
MPH500 – 255
MPH1000 – 380
min 300
Construction
•Rugged and long lasting
steel construction
min
150
r frost
Ideal fo
ion
protect
min 300
MPH1000
435
Frostwatcher
HB13-D0067
This simple to use heating appliance is suitable for areas where a heating solution
may not already be in place, yet a low level of heat is required to maintain
a comfortable environment, such as garages/workshops, conservatories or sheds.
Features
•Thermostatic control with frost
protection setting
Technical specifications
Safety Protection
•Mains on neon indicator
Colour/Finish
Light grey/white aluminium finish.
Manual thermal overload cut-out.
•IP20 rated
• Wall mountable only
•Over heat protection
Installation
Two keyhole slots are provided together
with a third fixing hole to secure the heater
to the wall. Supplied without a plug.
Construction
Double insulated plastic case moulded
in flame retardant, self extinguishing
grade nylon.
The Coldwatcher and Frostwatcher
min
150
59
Model FW600
Model
Loading
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
FW600
600W
240mm
259mm
121mm
1.12kg
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Dimplex Heatbook
multipurpose heaters
The T range
Features
• Fully splashproof (IPX4 rated)
• Discrete wall/floor
mounting brackets
•Optional interlinking kit
•Auto-reset thermal overload
cut-out for safety
•Even heat distribution across
heater body
• Complete with 1.5m of cable
and fitted plug
• White body, grey ends and
wall brackets
•Suitable for connection to time
switch or thermostat
T range
The Dimplex T range of tubular heaters is ideal for applications which require safe,
low-wattage background heating for frost protection or as window de-misters.
Model
r frost
Ideal fo
ion
protect
Loading
Dimensions
LxHxD
Minimum clearance
to wall/floor
Minimum clearance
above
T60W
60W
350mm x 96mm x 95mm
30mm
50mm
T120W
120W
655mm x 96mm x 95mm
30mm
50mm
T240W
240W
1265mm x 96mm x 95mm
30mm
50mm
T360W
360W
1875mm x 96mm x 95mm
30mm
50mm
The SCH5
The T range and The SCH5
Features
• Can be connected end to
end to provide greater output,
using an accessory kit (CH0471)
•Suitable for freestanding
or wall mounting (if not wall
mounted it must be fitted with
accessory feet – CH9101)
• Can be controlled via additional
thermostats/timers
•Supply interrupt safety
cut-out as standard
60
• Finished in willow white
•Accessories:
– Feet: CH9101
– Linking kit: CH0471
Model SCH5
The SCH5 is a slim unobtrusive
heater designed primarily for wall
mounted use at skirting board level.
Used individually these heaters
provide limited background heating
for a variety of applications such
as utility rooms.
Clearances (mm)
90
WALL
65
FLOOR
95
183
50 min
125
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Model
Loading
Height
Width
Depth*
Fixing dimension*
SCH5
500W
127mm
895mm
65mm
95mm x 753mm
*When wall mounted.
Dimplex Heatbook
HB13
Portable convectors
The
range
With a wide choice of models,
Dimplex convectors are ideal for
use in any room (except bathrooms)
where there is no heating or heat
is required unexpectedly.
Features
•Thermostatic control
•Range of models with outputs from
2kW – 3kW
•Unique forward facing grille
designed for enhanced heat throw
•Integrated 24 hour timer*
Model DXC30FTi
Model DXC20
Model
DXC20
DXC20Ti
DXC30
DX30Ti
DXC30FTi
2kW
2kW
3kW
3kW
3kW
• Freestanding or wall mountable
• DXC30FTi also features turbo boost
for an extra heat boost
Thermostat
3
3
3
3
3
•Supplied with feet, wall brackets,
cable and fitted plug
Heat selection
3
3
3
3
3
• 3 year guarantee
Timer
7
3
7
3
3
• Colour: white/graphite grey
Turbo
7
7
7
7
3
Width wall mounted
575mm
575mm
695mm
695mm
695mm
Height without feet
350mm
350mm
350mm
350mm
350mm
Height with feet
418mm
418mm
418mm
418mm
418mm
Depth without feet
104mm
104mm
104mm
104mm
116mm
Depth when on feet
196mm
196mm
196mm
196mm
196mm
Width between wall
mounting brackets
358mm
358mm
478mm
478mm
478mm
3.4
3.4
4.5
4.5
4.5
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This stylish low level convector heater has
been designed to integrate seamlessly into
any surrounding.
Features
•Thermostatically controlled
• 750W output
The Contrast and Latitude ranges
The
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•Unique ‘8’ shaped design
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Model DXLAT75CW
Model
DXLAT75CW*
*Whilst stocks last. †
Loading
Height†
Width
Depth†
Weight
750W
250mm
850mm
120mm
3.0kg
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With feet.
Dimplex Heatbook
Portable fan heaters
Portable fan heaters
For fast heat up over a localised area,
these Dimplex fan heaters suit
all needs.
Most feature:
• Choice of heat settings
•Thermostatic control
(except MCF15R/B)
• 3 year guarantee
(except DXSTG25*
and MCF15R/B*)
Look out for advanced
features including:
•Motorised oscillation
(DXSTG25 and DXUC2LCD)
•Electronic climate control
(DXGLO2, DXSTG25
and DXUC2LCD)
Model DXGLO2
Model Microfire MCFI5B
•Optiflame ® effect (MCF15R/B)
•Unique LED ring-lit technology
(DXGLO2)
• Fun Footie (DXDFB2)
or Daisy (DXDA12) motifs
*One year only.
Model Studio G
Model Studio G
Model DXUC2LCD
Model DXUF30T
Loading
Thermostat
Choice of
heat settings
Mains neon
Cool blow
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Weight
Colour
DXUF20T
2kW
Y
Y
Y
Y
238 x 247 x 184mm
1.4kg
Light grey
DXUF30T
3kW
Y
Y
Y
Y
238 x 247 x 184mm
1.4kg
Light grey
Model
Upright fan heaters
Portable fan heaters
62
DXGLO2
2kW
Y Electronic
Y
Y-LCD
Y
278 x 230 x 158mm
1.5kg
Black
DXUC2LCD
2kW
Y Electronic
Y
Y
Y
274 x 205 x 205mm
2.0kg
White
Studio G DXSTG25
2kW
Y Electronic
Y
Y-LED
N
825 x 263 x 263mm
4.4kg
Black
Microfire MCFI5R/B
1.5kW
N
Y
N
N
370 x 330 x 205mm
6.9kg
Red or Black
DXFF20TSN
2kW
Y
Y
Y
Y
114 x 253 x 245mm
1.2kg
White
DXFF30TSN
3kW
Y
Y
Y
Y
114 x 253 x 245mm
1.2kg
White
Daisy DXDAi2
2kW
Y
Y
Y
Y
114 x 253 x 245mm
1.2kg
Pink
Footie DXDFB2
2kW
Y
Y
Y
Y
114 x 253 x 245mm
1.2kg
White
Flat fan heaters
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Model DXFF30TSN
Dimplex Heatbook
Model Daisy DXDAi2
Model Footie DXDFB2
enviro-sensitive
oil free radiators
The Cadiz eco range
Features
• 35% faster warm up than
oil filled radiators*
• 30% energy savings heating
a room*
•Electronic climate control with
highly accurate thermostatic
control (can be set in 1oC
increments from 5oC to 35oC)
• Built-in electronic 24 hour timer
(CDE2ECC and CDE3ECC)
• 24 hour programmable timer (CDE2Ti)
•Independently operating heating
elements (Mono/dual panel control)
•Range of models with outputs
of 2kW or 3kW
Model CDE3ECC
The Cadiz Eco range of oil free radiators offers the latest in innovative heating
technology. Using unique micathermic heating technology, the Cadiz Eco heats
a room 35% faster* than oil filled competitors and offers up to 30% energy saving*.
Twin micathermic elements can work
together or independently – ideal when
the heater is positioned against the wall,
as the heat is not absorbed by the wall
and energy is not wasted. Being oil free,
the Cadiz Eco is highly manoeuvrable,
being 45% lighter than competitor
products, and is also more
environmentally-friendly to recycle/
dispose of than other traditional
oil filled radiators.
• Backlit LCD display
(CDE2ECC and CDE3ECC)
•Remote control
(CDE2ECC and CDE3ECC)
•Integral cable tidy
•Easy glide castors
• 5 year guarantee
*Based on heating a room – speed of warm up
10ºC to 22oC – range average – Glen Dimplex
test laboratory results 2010.
Specification
Controls
Colour/Finish
CDE2Ti
CDE2ECC and CDE3ECC
Variable thermostatic control
and 24 hour programmable timer
to enable daily heating needs
to be programmed in advance.
Manual override provides instant
heat during an ‘off’ period without
affecting the preset programmes.
Remote controlled electronic climate
control, which enables the temperature
to be set either by the LCD panel or
remotely to within 1°C increments
(5°C to 35°C). This type of thermostat is
more accurate than traditional manual
thermostats. ECC versions also have
a programmable timer and clock function.
Assembly
No assembly required.
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CDE2Ti
CDE2ECC
CDE3ECC
2kW
2kW
3kW
Height
605mm
605mm
605mm
Width
614mm
Depth
250mm
250mm
250mm
Weight
8.4kg
8.4kg
11.1kg
HB13-D0059
614mm
770mm
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Overheat safety cut-out.
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Safety protection
N
Standard thermostat
All supplied with integral cable tidy
so when the product is not in use
the cable is hidden from view.
Fitted with cable and 13 amp plug.
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Cable/plug
The Cadiz eco range
ºC
White/light grey.
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Dimplex Heatbook
enviro-Sensitive
oil free heaters
The OFRC eco range
Features
•Patented oil free technology
offers 30% faster warm up
and 25% energy savings*
•Variable thermostatic control
• 24 hour programmable timer
(OFRC20TiC)
•Range of models with outputs
of 0.7kW to 2kW
•Patented fin design (OFRC models)
creates a balance of radiant and
convected heat
•Lighter than equivalent output
oil filled column radiators
•Thermostatically controlled
with frost protection
• Choice of two heat settings
on OFRC models
Model OFRC20C
•On/Off switch
•Integral cable tidy on OFRC models
Thanks to their patented design these
oil free heaters are not only 30% lighter
than their oil filled alternatives they also
offer 25% energy savings*.
•Easy glide castors on OFRC models
•Oil free design makes them
easy to recycle and kind to the
environment
In addition because they do not have
any oil they are quiet running and
there’s no risk of leaks.
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Glen Dimplex test laboratory results 2010.
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The OFRC range
OFRB7
OFRC patented fin design
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Key specification
Controls
24 hour programmable timer
All models are provided with
thermostatic control, OFRC models have
twin heat settings and an on/off switch.
Model OFRC20TIN also has a 24 hour
timer to enable daily heating needs
to be programmed in advance.
Cable/plug
Supplied with a cable and fitted 13 amp plug.
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Dimplex Heatbook
Model
Loading
No. of fins
Height
Width
Depth
Weight
OFRB7
0.7kW
5
446mm
194mm
296mm
5.4kg
OFRC15c
1.5kW
7
622mm
370mm
280mm
7.9kg
OFRC20c
2kW
9
622mm
430mm
280mm
9.8kg
OFRC20TiN
2kW
9
622mm
430mm
280mm
9.8kg
oil filled radiators
OFC and OFX/MK1 ranges
OFC range features
This range of oil filled column
radiators offers the perfect solution
to portable heating.
They are strong, robust and durable
with smooth castors to enable easy
movement about the room or from room
to room as required. Each heater has
thermostatic control and a choice of
heat setting giving greater economy.
Model OFC2000TI
Dimplex oil filled radiators are
suitable for both domestic and
commercial premises, providing a
balance of convected and radiant
heat, just like a conventional
radiator, but with the added
advantage of ‘plug-in’ portability.
Model OFX1000
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Model
Loading
Heat
settings
Timer
Thermostat
Height
(mm)
Floor
standing
depth
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
OFC Range
OFC1500
1.5kW
2
N
Y
635
398
280
10.0
OFC2000
2.0kW
2
Y
Y
635
440
290
11.0
OFC2000Ti
2.0kW
2
Y
Y
635
440
290
11.0
OFX750,
OFX750/Ti
0.75kW
N/A
Y-TI
Y
500
230
741
9.5
OFX1000,
OFX1000/Ti
1.0kW
N/A
Y-TI
Y
586
230
854
12.9
OFX1500,
OFX1500/Ti
1.5kW
N/A
Y-TI
Y
670
230
1084
17.8
OFX Range
OFX/MK1 range features
These traditional ‘panel’ style radiators
will offer many years’ service. Choose
from the original MK1 ‘dimple’ design
or the more modern OFX range.
•Energy efficient thermostatic control
•Safe, reliable and requires little or
no maintenance
•Ideal for background or full heating
•Supplied with fittings for both floor
standing and wall mounting
•Supplied with cable and fitted plug
• White finish
•Thermostatic control
•OFX models also available
with 24 hour timer
Accessories – MK1 range
Castor wheels – ball type,
set of four, Part No. RC0291.
Castor wheels, plastic, set of four,
Part No. RC9000.
MK1 Range
B48
0.75kW
N/A
N
Y
694
220
635
9.5
C412
1.0kW
N/A
N
Y
694
220
905
14.0
D416
1.5kW
N/A
N
Y
694
220
1170
18.5
E420
2.0kW
N/A
N
Y
694
220
1438
23.0
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Dimplex Heatbook
OFC and OFX/MK1 ranges
Mk1 Model C412
Model specific.
•Outputs of 1.5kW or 2kW
• Choice of heat settings,
thermostat and integral humidifier
• 24 hour timer (OFC2000TI)
• Neon indicator
• Cord storage
•Tilt switch. Safety cut-out
(auto re-set)
•Supplied with castors, cable and
fitted plug
•Maintenance free design, sealed for life
• 3 year guarantee
• White finish
•Thermostatically controlled
with frost protection
•TI models incorporate an
electronic 24 hour timer
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The DXLWP range
Features
•Low wattage ensures the
minimum energy consumption
for low running costs
• Feet included for freestanding use
• Choice of heat settings*
• 24 hour programmable timer*
•On/Off switch
• 3 year guarantee
• Colour: white
•Overheat safety cut-out
Model DXLWP400
• Freestanding or wall mounted
*TI models only.
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infra-red heaters
Designed to provide background heating to applications where space is at
a premium and low running costs are important.
Model
DXLWP400
Loading
DXLWP400TI*
DXLWP800
ARLWP800TI*
400W
400W
800W
800W
Height
530mm
530mm
530mm
530mm
Width
600mm
600mm
800mm
800mm
Depth – freestanding
200mm
200mm
200mm
200mm
Depth – wall mounted
30mm
30mm
30mm
30mm
Weight
4.6kg
4.6kg
5.9kg
5.9kg
*Subject to availability.
The IRX range
The DXLWP and IRX ranges
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Features
• Choice of heat settings on
IRX200N
• Designed to provide rapid
beamed warmth
•All models have adjustable beam
angle to direct heat where it’s needed
•All models are IP24 rated meaning
they are suitable for permanent
installation internally or externally
Model IRX120N
The IRX range of infra-red wall heaters is a safe, practical source of heat in
bathrooms, kitchens, work areas – anywhere where fast localised heating is required.
•Pull-cord operation
•Silver grey finish
Controls
Elements
• 1 year guarantee
Built-in double-pole
pull-cord switch.
Spiral element(s)
encased in transparent
insulating silica sleeves.
IP rating
scan for more info
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Dimplex Heatbook
Reflector
Angle adjustable on
installation and lockable.
All models are IP24 rated.
Model
Clearances
• 600mm to curtain
• 300mm to wall
Loading
Length
Height
Depth
Weight
IRX50N
0.5kW
764mm
114mm
92.5mm
2.0kg
IRX120N
1.2kW
764mm
114mm
92.5mm
2.0kg
IRX200N
2kW
764mm
114mm
92.5mm
2.1kg
FIRES AND SUITES
Optiflame electric fires and suites
®
Lymington
•Optiflame ® coal effect
• 2kW radiant heat, plus 0.7kW
convected heat
• ‘Economiser’ control
• Choice of heat settings
• Flame effect can be used
independently of heat source
(130W power consumption)
• Finished in matt black with brass
effect trim
• Model LYM28E
Model LYM28E Lymington
With a Dimplex electric fire you can enjoy the comfort and cosiness of a gas fire –
but at the flick of a switch. Installation is easy as there are none of the cost and siting
constraints associated with flue and gas connection, plus there is no requirement for
annual servicing. Dimplex electric fires and suites also come complete with a fitted plug,
and the products featured on this page simply fit flush against the wall. This is just a small
selection of our wide range of fires and suites – please visit our website for further details.
Mini Mozart
Mozart
• Freestanding suite with integral
Optiflame ® log fire
Mini Mozart
• Compact, freestanding suite
with integral Optiflame ® log fire
• Surround has stone effect finish
with black marble effect panel
• Surround has white stone effect finish
with dark marble effect back panel
• 2kW fan heater with choice of
heat settings
• 1.5kW fan heater with choice of
heat settings
• Concealed controls
• Flame effect can be used
independently of heat
• Flame effect can be used
independently of heat
• Choice of finishes:
MZT20 – stone effect finish surround
with black marble effect panel
MZT20 BL – gloss black surround with
black marble effect back panel
Optiflame electric fires and suites
Mozart
Dimensions and loadings
Model
Total
output
kW
Height Width
mm
mm
Depth
Lymington
2.7
690
720
275
Mozart
2.0
857
920
375
Mini
Mozart
1.5
750
700
260
• Remote control
• Model MMZ15
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Dimplex Heatbook
67
Fires and SUITES
Fuel effect fires
Optima
• Freestanding or wall mounted
• Attractive cherry finish surround
• 2kW of radiant heat
• Flickering flame coal effect
• Model 314CHE
Theme
• Attractive cherry finish surround
• Flickering flame coal effect
• 2kW of radiant heat
• 0.8kW convector with variable
thermostat for background warmth
• Model 316CHE
Optima model 314CHE
Theme model 316CHE
Lyndhurst model 430RCE/B
Yeominster model YEO20
Lyndhurst
• Stylish black canopy
• Flickering flame log effect
• 2kW of radiant heat
• 0.7kW of thermostatically
controlled convected heat
• Model 430RCE/B
Yeominster
• Traditional design finished in
black with brass effect detail
• 2kW radiant heat
• 2 heat settings
• Moulded log effect and
flickering flame impression
• Model YEO20
Fuel effect fires
Our range of fuel effect fires is ideal for contracts or for someone looking
for a more traditional design.
Dimensions and loadings
Model
68
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Dimplex Heatbook
Wall mounted/
Free-standing
Total output
Width
Height
Depth
Optima 314CHE
2.0kW
775mm
540mm
215mm
Wall mounted/
Freestanding
Yeominster YEO20
2.0kW
631mm
395mm
214mm
Freestanding
Lyndhurst 430RCE/B
2.7kW
710mm
680mm
225mm
Freestanding
Theme 316CHE
2.8kW
775mm
610mm
265mm
Freestanding
radiant wall fires
The Studio range
Features
• Choice of three models
• Wall mounted
• Warming fire glow illumination
even when heating elements
are switched off
• Three heat settings available
on all models
• Choice of models with 2kW
or 3kW output
• Choice of styles: Model 842
in white, 842S and 843S with
a wood effect surround
• Permanent secure wall mounting
Model 842
These fires provide a comfortable source of instantaneous radiant heat just like the
warmth of the sun.
Dimensions and loadings
Output
(elements)
Output
(effect)
A
(mm)
B
(mm)
C
(mm)
D
(mm)
E
(mm)
F
(mm)
G
(mm)
Weight
842
1980W
60W
290
470
53
52
305
140
95
5kg
842S
1980W
120W
470
505
90
190
305
140
95
7.5kg
843S
3000W
120W
470
810
90
190
610
140
95
10.8kg
Model
Dimensions and fixing positions (mm)
Models 842S, 843S
B
E
Model 842
B
E
F
G
C
A
C
F
G
C
F
G
A
F
G
C
The Studio range
B
E
B
E
keyhole
keyhole
mounting
mounting
slots slots
A
A
keyhole
keyhole
mounting
mounting
slots slots
D
D
D
Model 842S
D
Clearances
shelf or shelf or
overhang
overhang
Model 842
355 min355 min
300 min300 min
side
side
wall or wall or
projecting
projecting
surface surface
460
min
460
min
cable
460 min460 min
110
460
cablemin
HB13-D0070
HB13-D0070
460
min
460
min
cable
entry
cable
130
entry
140
140
side
side
wall or wall or
projecting
projecting
surface surface
130
460
min
460
min
300 min300 min
110
floor
460
min
floor
69
shelf or shelf or
overhang
overhang
Models 842S, 843S
floor
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floor
Dimplex Heatbook
over door heaters
The AC range
Features
• Twin heat settings and fan only
mode help match output to
changing heating demands,
keeping a check on energy use
• Recessed model with wall mounted
controller and ceiling grille included
(AC3CN)
• Handheld remote control model
for extra convenience (AC3RN)
• Can be used as a high-level
fan heater (AC3CN)
• Adjustable airflow on AC3N,
AC3RN, AC45N and AC6N
• Model AC3CN comes as standard
with wall control over full heat,
half heat and fan only settings
• Model AC3N can be used with
or without aluminium ceiling grille
Model AC3N
Bringing modern styling to the ever popular Dimplex AC range, these over
door heaters provide powerful and effective heating above entrances to shops,
offices and almost any small doorway.
Because they warm the door entrance
area, they often allow doors to remain open
for longer, promoting increased business,
and can equally be used as high-level
fan heaters where the need arises.
The AC range
For extra convenience the AC3RN model
gives remote control operation and a
recessed model AC3CN is available for
installation in suspended or plaster ceilings
where ‘hidden’ installation is required.
Model AC3CN recessed
Controls
AC3N, AC45N and AC6N
Integrated control over full heat,
half heat or fan only modes.
AC3RN
70
Controls as above with additional
wireless control over on/off
switching via handset included.
Maximum range 8m.
AC3CN
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dimplex.co.uk/ac
Dimplex Heatbook
Remote control via supplied wall
mounted controller over full heat,
half heat and fan only operation
(no cable supplied).
Model AC6N
Improves
Building
Energy
Performance
Commercial air curtains
Lowers
Carbon
Emissions
Helps with
CRC EES
Scheme
The CAB range
Features
•Surface and recess models
•Electric, water and ambient
models available
• Modular design for wide entrances
•Electronic control system
•Easy-fit bracket included
as standard
• Adjustable air discharge*
• Reversible water coils
• Auto door mode
• BEMS/BMS connectivity
Model CAB20E
• Temperature regulation*
• HVAC interlock
NEW
• Dual door control*
LP
& amb HW
ien
models t
*Model specific
Heat or Cold
A comprehensive range of electronically controlled air
curtains suited to commercial applications. The CAB
range provides a powerful curtain of air across an open
door to prevent warm or cool air escaping, minimising
energy costs whilst maximising comfort and convenience.
All models can be joined together and operated from
one controller for maximum flexibility.
Pollution
Air curtain
Bad smell
Air
outside
Insects
Air
inside
Air
stream
Model
Max
airstream
width
Air
volume
Heat
output
Dimensions (mm)
LxHxD
Weight
1200m3/h
1800m3/h
2400m3/h
4.5/9.0kW
6.75/13.5kW
9.0/18.0kW
1065 x 262 x 321
1569 x 262 x 321
2130 x 262 x 321
20.5kg
29.0kg
41.0kg
1100m3/h
1700m3/h
2200m3/h
9.0kW
13.5kW
18.0kW
1065 x 262 x 321
1569 x 262 x 321
2130 x 262 x 321
18.0kg
24.5kg
36.0kg
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
1200m3/h
1800m3/h
2400m3/h
n/a
n/a
n/a
1065 x 262 x 321
1569 x 262 x 321
2130 x 262 x 321
15.5kg
21.5kg
31.0kg
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
1200m3/h
1800m3/h
2400m3/h
4.5/9.0kW
6.75/13.5kW
9.0/18.0kW
1224 x 267 x 639
1724 x 267 x 639
2450 x 267 x 639
26.0kg
35.0kg
54.5kg
1100m3/h
1700m3/h
2200m3/h
9.0kW
13.5kW
18.0kW
1224 x 267 x 639
1724 x 267 x 639
2450 x 267 x 639
26.0kg
35.0kg
54.5kg
1200m3/h
1800m3/h
2400m3/h
n/a
n/a
n/a
1224 x 267 x 639
1724 x 267 x 639
2450 x 267 x 639
26.0kg
35.0kg
54.5kg
Surface mounted
Electrically Heated
CAB10E
CAB15E
CAB20E**
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
Water heated (at 82/71°C – LPHW)
3.0m
CAB10W
CAB15W
CAB20W**
HB13-D0075
Mounting
height
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
The CAB range
Ambient and cold store
CAB10A
CAB15A
CAB20A**
Recessed unit
**Comprises two units.
Recess mounted
HB13-D0080
72
Electrically heated
CAB10ER
CAB15ER
CAB20ER**
Water heated (at 82/71°C – LPHW)
CAB10WR
CAB15WR
CAB20WR**
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
Ambient and cold store
scan for more info
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CAB10AR
CAB15AR
CAB20AR**
**Comprises two units.
Dimplex Heatbook
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
Improves
Building
Energy
Performance
Lowers
Carbon
Emissions
Helps with
CRC EES
Scheme
Commercial air curtains
The DAB range
Features
•Surface and recess models
•Electric, water and ambient
models available
• Modular design for wide entrances
•Electronic control system
•Easy-fit bracket included
as standard
• Adjustable air discharge*
Model DAB15ER
• Reversible water coils
Designed to suit larger commercial entrances or
installations requiring a more powerful air curtain,
the DAB range has all the features of the smaller
CAB range with uprated performance for mounting
up to 4m from the floor. With high power motors and
electronic control, these air curtains are built to provide
maximum overage at the door whilst minimising energy
used through adjustable controls. They can be controlled
individually or from one point as a system of air
curtains together.
• Auto door mode
NEW ed
ess
Rec nge
ra
• BEMS/BMS connectivity
• Temperature regulation*
• HVAC interlock
• Dual door control*
*Model specific.
Heat or Cold
Pollution
Model
Max
airstream
width
Air curtain
Air
volume
Heat
output
Dimensions (mm)
LxHxD
Weight
Surface mounted
Bad smell
Air
outside
Air
inside
Insects
Air
stream
Electrically heated
DAB10E
DAB15E
DAB20E**
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
3000m3/h
4000m3/h
6000m3/h
6.0/12.0kW
9.0/18.0kW
12.0/24.0kW
1057 x 360 x 390
1557 x 360 x 390
2114 x 360 x 390
26.5kg
35.0kg
53.0kg
2500m3/h
3500m3/h
5000m3/h
12kW
18kW
24kW
1057 x 360 x 390
1557 x 360 x 390
2114 x 360 x 390
25.0kg
32.0kg
50.0kg
3000m3/h
4000m3/h
6000m3/h
n/a
n/a
n/a
1057 x 360 x 390
1557 x 360 x 390
2114 x 360 x 390
21.5kg
27.5kg
43.0kg
Water heated (at 82/71°C – LPHW)
DAB10W
DAB15W
DAB20W**
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
4.0m
HB13-D0075
Mounting
height
DAB10A
DAB15A
DAB20A**
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
The DAB range
Ambient and cold store
Model DAB10E
**Comprises two units.
Recess mounted
Electrically heated
DAB10ER
DAB15ER
DAB20ER**
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
3000m3/h
4000m3/h
6000m3/h
6.0/12.0kW
9.0/18.0kW
12.0/24.0kW
1224 x 337 x 667
1724 x 337 x 667
2450 x 337 x 667
31.5kg
43.0kg
63.0kg
2500m3/h
3500m3/h
5000m3/h
12kW
18kW
24kW
1224 x 337 x 667
1724 x 337 x 667
2450 x 337 x 667
31.5kg
43.0kg
63.0kg
HB13-D0080
73
Water heated (at 82/71°C – LPHW)
DAB10WR
DAB15WR
DAB20WR**
1.0m
1.5m
2.0m
Ambient and cold store
DAB10AR
DAB15AR
1.0m
1.5m
3000m3/h
4000m3/h
n/a
n/a
1224 x 337 x 667
1724 x 337 x 667
31.5kg
43.0kg
DAB20AR**
2.0m
6000m3/h
n/a
2450 x 337 x 667
63.0kg
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/dab
**Comprises two units.
Dimplex Heatbook
Lowers
Carbon
Emissions
industrial
air curtains
Improves
Building
Energy
Performance
Helps with
CRC EES
Scheme
The IAB range
Features
•Electric, water and ambient
models available
• Modular control system
(up to 10 linked units)
to be controlled as one
• High power centrifugal blowers
for large air movement
•Electronic control system
• Auto door mode
• BEMS/BMS connectivity
Model 2 x IAB15W
A range of air curtains designed for industrial applications and areas where the
highest performance is required to protect the open door.
With highly durable components offering long life and maintenance free operation,
these units can be specified with confidence and trouble free long service in mind.
Often found in large warehouses, factories and distribution centres, these super
high power air curtains can cut running costs of a busy facility considerably,
while improving the working environment too.
Heat or Cold
Pollution
Air curtain
Bad smell
Air
outside
Insects
Air
inside
Air
stream
Electrically heated
Model
The IAB range
6.0m
HB13-D0075
IAB Range
Max door width
Water heated
(at 82/71°C – LPHW)
Ambient and cold store
IAB10E
IAB15E
IAB10W
IAB15W
IAB10A
IAB15A
1.0m
1.5m
1.0m
1.5m
1.0m
1.5m
1600mm
1100mm
1600mm
80kg
120kg
Max
mounting height
6m
Height
Length
700mm
1100mm
1600mm
1100mm
Depth
Weight
Heat output
74
Voltage
HB13-D0080
scan for more info
dimplex.co.uk/iab
600mm
80kg
120kg
80kg
120kg
12/24kW
18/36kW
27kW
41kW
n/a
n/a
400V~3PN
400V~3PN
230V~1PN
230V~1PN
230V~1PN
230V~1PN
Supply rating (A)*
41.0
61.0
6.0
9.0
6.0
9.0
Noise dB (A)**
(high/low airflow)
70/62
73/63
70/62
73/63
70/62
73/63
Air volume m3/h
4500
6900
4500
6900
4500
6900
Max airflow m/s
18
*Amps per phase. **Measured 3m from product, outside airstream.
Now available for connection to low water temperature systems
Dimplex Heatbook
industrial fan heaters
The CFH range
Features
• Digital central control system gives
close time and temperature control
for optimised energy usage
• Built-in electronic control system
for operation over 10 heaters
(maximum)
• Accurate digital temperature control
• 7 day timer/programmer
• Fan and heat level control*
• Powerful centrifugal blowers
for effective performance
• Fan overrun facility for maximum
heater efficiency
•Easy install ‘plug and play’
heater connections
• Multi-directional wall
mounting brackets
• Heavy duty corrosion resistant case
Model CFH90
*All CFH models are controlled via the
additional digital CFCH Controller.
A range of rugged, high power electronic fan heaters designed to offer a full heating
system to larger industrial environments, these wall mounted heaters use powerful
centrifugal blowers for a faster airflow in the most challenging of environments.
Offered in 6kW, 9kW or 12kW,
the CFH range can be controlled
individually or as a system of heaters
with the additional wall mounted digital
remote (CFCH), with cool blow, heat
output and thermostatic control available.
All models in the range can be simply
linked together using CAT 5e data cable,
and have multi-directional wall mounting
brackets for the ultimate in ease of
installation and control.
Controls
The CFH range
The CFCH controller is the hub of the system. With accurate electronic heat control,
a full 7 day timer and programmer with a selectable 5 hour run-back feature for
flexibility of use.
Model CFH120
76
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Model
CFCH
Dimplex Heatbook
Max no.
heaters
Heater
communication
10
CAT 5e data cable
LV signals
Supply
Height A
Width B
Depth
220-240V~1PN
113mm
217mm
49mm
HB13-D0091
industrial fan heaters
Technical information
Installation options – system design
Construction/Finish
Corrosion resistant body with durable
finish colour matched to the CAB and
DAB air curtain. Finned/sheathed
heating elements with rigid steel
outlet grille vanes to direct airflow.
Colour: White casing with black grille.
Controls
No onboard controls.
All CFH models are controlled via
the additional CFCH controller.
Safety
Manual reset cut-out.
By grouping units together a large output can be gained in a single area.
Air temperature rise from
CFH models
CFH60
900m3/h
CFH90
900m3/h
CFH120
900m3/h
15º
30º
45º
By spacing units throughout the building, a centrally controlled heating system is possible.
Heater dimensions
B
B
A
D
D
C
C
The CFH range
C
D
A
Installed range – electronic units
77
Model
Output
Supply
Airflow
Throw
Noise level
Air-off temp*
Height A
Width B
Depth C
Max depth D
Weight
CFH60
6kW
220-240V~1PN
380-415V~3PN
900m3/h
10m
55dB(A)
40°C
360mm
386mm
565mm
630mm
13.5kg
HB13-D0090
CFH90
9kW
220-240V~1PN
380-415V~3PN
CFH120
12kW
220-240V~1PN
380-415V~3PN
HB13-D0090
HB13-D0090
900m3/h
10m
60dB(A)
55°C
360mm
386mm
565mm
630mm
14.5kg
900m3/h
10m
60dB(A)
65°C
360mm
386mm
565mm
630mm
14.5kg
*Calculated at 21°C.
Dimplex Heatbook
commercial fan heaters
The CF range
Features*
• Cool blow, half heat and
full heat settings
• Integral thermostat
• Remote wall mounted
heater control (CFS range)
•Single or three phase connection
(CFS60 only)
• Multi-directional wall bracket
(CFS range)
Construction*
• Heavy duty corrosion resistant case
• Rugged styling with ‘chunky’
go-anywhere appearance and
striking two-tone finish (CFP30)
Safety
•Electrical reset cut-out
(CFS30, CFP30)
Model CFS30
A range of robust fan heaters suited for general purpose commercial and light
industrial use.
• Manual reset cut-out (CFS60)
CFS30 and CFS60
*Model specific.
The CFS wall mounted models are offered in either 3kW or powerful 6kW versions.
They come supplied with a separate wall mounted heater control switchplate for all
functions, and use a standard double pattress back box for ease of installation.
Airflow performance
CFP30 mobile heater
CFP30
400m3/h
CFS30
400m3/h
CFS60
750m3/h
0m
5m
10m
The CFP30 mobile heater is
supplied with a rugged floor
stand and handle, and has
integral thumbwheel control over
heat settings, cool blow and
thermostatic temperature control.
The CF range
Airflow
Throw m
Noise level
Air-off Temp#
Height
Width
Depth
Weight kg
CFS30*
3
220-240V~1PN
400m3/h
4.5
37dB(A)
35°C
262
306
495
7.6
CFS60*
6
220-240V~1PN
380-415V~3PN
750m3/h
8.0
50dB(A)
45°C
360
386
565
13.5
CFP30
3
220-240V~1PN
400m3/h
4.5
37dB(A)
35°C
448
372
347
7.6
78
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dimplex.co.uk/cf
Supply
Model
Output kW
Model CFP30
*Controller included. Dimplex Heatbook
# Calculated
at 21°C.
compact commercial
fan heaters
The PFH range
Features
• Thermostatic control standard
on all models
• Curved heater design with low
noise performance
• Designed for wall mounting
between 1.8m-2.3m from floor
• Multi-directional wall bracket
giving 40° vertical and
120° horizontal adjustment
•Single screw angle adjustment
• Remote control supplied as
standard with thermostat and
full heater control*
• All models have cool blow
‘air circulation’ setting
• Grey finish
*Model specific.
Model PFH30
Perfect for use in garages, workshops, offices, store rooms or almost any
small commercial situation, these heaters provide an effective and economical
heating solution. The PFH30 has all controls on board while the PFH30R has
a wall mounted controller included.
PFH30
PFH30R
Heat output
3.0kW
3.0kW
230V~1PN
230V~1PN
Airflow m3/h
200
200
Noise dB (A)*
24
24
Max air temp**
58°C
58°C
Voltage
Thermostat
5°C-35°C
5°C-35°C
Height
378mm
378mm
Width
230mm
230mm
Depth
226mm
226mm
Weight
1.3kg
1.6kg
Approvals
The PFH range
Model
Models PFH30 and PFH30R
79
BEAB
*Measured at 1m. **Measured at 0.5m.
scan for more info
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Dimplex Heatbook
outdoor patio heaters
The OPH range
Features
• High quality aluminium case
finished in two-tone silver
• 1.3kW Quartz infra-red model
• 2.0kW Quartz halogen model
with ‘gold’ lamp for extended
performance
• Designed and rated for permanent
external installations
• Instant heat – avoiding the need
for expensive pre-heating
• Costs as little as 17p per hour †
to run
•‘In-situ’ lamp replacement for
minimum downtime
• Fitted guard included
•Optional mounting kit for hanging
or pole/mast mounting (OPHMK1)
• Approvals: CE, IP24
†
Dependent on tariff.
Construction
Aluminium case with specular quality,
electrochemically brightened
aluminium reflector and fitted
chromium plate mild steel guard.
Model OPH20
With a high quality aluminium case and a choice of outputs, these outdoor patio
heaters provide long lasting performance with an attractive modern design,
perfect for outdoor dining areas or heating for smokers!
They save energy compared to a gas patio heater and can be used with PIR sensors,
touch sensors or push switches for the lowest running costs.
Model
OPH13
Heat output
1.3kW
2.0kW
230V~1PN
230V~1PN
159 x 594 x 144
159 x 594 x 144
Infra-red
Halogen
Supply
Elements
Dims (H x W x D mm)
OPH13 – Quartz infra-red spiral
element in transparent silica sleeve.
Element
OPH20 – Quartz halogen gold coated
tungsten element in glass sleeve.
OPH20
Min mounting height
1.8m
1.8m
Rec mounting height
2.0-2.3m
2.0-2.3m
Heat throw at 2m mounting height*
1.7m
2.0
Heat spread at 2m mounting height*
3.0m
3.5
*Heater mounting angle 45° giving 160W/m2 output.
The OPH range
Model OPH13
Dimplex patio heater
Output: 2kW
Gas patio heater
Output: 12kW
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Direct efficient heating
Wasteful inefficient heating
Quartzray® heaters
The QXD range
Features
• Ruby sleeved halogen lamp for
warm red glow
• Compact dimensions with universal
mounting bracket
• IPX4 rated for indoor or outdoor use
• Can be used with PIR passive
sensors, touch sensors and push
switches for auto control
•Silent operation
•Energy efficient – only heats the
area that needs heating, not the
whole building
Model QXD3000
Quartz heaters are the energy efficient choice for heating areas where it would not
be practical or cost effective to raise the overall ambient temperature. Used with
auto controls, they provide a low cost heating solution for hard to heat zones.
Model
Input
loading
Number
of lamps
Electrical
supply*
Height
Length
•Spectacular quality
electrochemically brightened
aluminium
• Halogen lamp incorporating
Tungsten element
Depth
(inc. bracket)
QXD1500
1.5kW
1
230-240V~1PN
256mm
440mm
310mm
QXD3000
3.0kW
2
230-240V~1PN
380mm
440mm
310mm
QXD4500
4.5kW
3
230-240V~1PN
506mm
440mm
310mm
Weight
in kg
Minimum
height
Recommended
height #
Lamp
guard
Product
guard
QXD1500
3.7kg
2.1mm
2.5mm
QX9310
**
QXD3000
4.3kg
2.5mm
3.5mm
QX9311
**
QXD4500
5.8kg
3.0mm
4.0mm
QX9312
**
Model
Construction
• Powder coated steel case finished
in high temperature matt black
* Where used, a type 3 or ‘C’ MCB with a tripping co-efficient of 7-10 times rated current should be used.
#
Calculated at medium intensity (95W/m2).
**Available from Aiano on (Tel) 020 7987 1184 email: [email protected] website: www.aianos.co.uk
The QXD range
Instant heat – where it’s needed
QXD range
• By producing a highly directional beam of heat
(just like the Sun), these heaters only use the minimum
energy needed to heat the chosen area without waste.
• The short wavelength at which the heater emits energy
ensures maximum effect is felt instantly, making them
perfect for infrequently used areas or where pre-heating
a whole building is impractical
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• Additional auto controls make these heaters economical
for ‘zone’ heating within factories and warehouses,
and for ‘on demand’ heating in community halls and
public buildings where usage may be unpredictable
• Radiant heat effect allows high heat-loss buildings
to be heated
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radiant heaters
The CXD range
Features
• Provides heat to a zone or localised
area, saving energy compared with
equivalent air heaters
•Silent operation
• No visible light output
• Adjustable mounting bracket
• Can be mounted inside or outside
• Fitted guard included
• Choice of vertical or horizontal
2kW models
• Robust ceramic elements for
efficient radiant heating
• Can be used with PIR passive
sensors, touch sensors and push
switches for auto control
Elements
Ceramic encased
aluminium elements.
Colour/Finish
Powder coated steel. Finished in
high temperature matt black.
Electrical Connection
Where used, a type 3 or ‘C’ MCB with
a tripping coefficient of 7-10 times
rated current should be used.
IPX4 rated for outdoor use.
Model CXD2000V
Using long-wave infra-red technology, these brand new radiant heaters use ceramic
elements to radiate heat with no distracting light output.
Offered in vertical (2 x elements
stacked) or horizontal (2 x elements side
to side) formats, these 2kW models are
ideal ‘people heaters’ without the light
output of other radiant heaters.
Perfect where robust radiant heating
is required, these heaters provide
a heating effect just like the sun, and
can be connected to push switches and
PIR sensors for energy saving operation.
The CXD range
Model CXD2000H
Specifications and dimensions
Input
loading
Number
of lamps
Electrical
supply
Height
Length
Depth
(inc. bracket)
CXD2000V
2.0kW
2
230-240V~1PN
380mm
442mm
302mm
CXD2000H
2.0kW
2
230-240V~1PN
255mm
735mm
248mm
Model
Weight in kg
Minimum
height
Recommended
height*
Lamp guard
Product
guard
CXD2000V
5.35kg
1.8m
2.0m
3
–
CXD2000H
5.1kg
1.8m
2.0m
3
–
Model
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fan convector heaters
The WFC and WFE ranges
Features
• Powerful 3Kw output
•Variable thermostat,
range 5°C to 35°C
• Manual mode selection
(WFC models)
• Low fan/High fan/1kW, 2kW,
3kW outputs
• Fine mesh dust filter fitted
as standard
•Electronic thermostat control
(WFE models)
• Dual mode electronic programmer
(WFE models)
• Modes: On/off, Auto 7 day,
Auto 5 + 2 day
• 4 time periods per block
• Manual advance
• Choice of silver or black finish
Model WFE3TNS
With a powerful 3kW maximum output, the WF range provides rapid response
heating with accurate temperature control, making the heaters ideal for commercial
use in areas such as shops, offices, restaurants and waiting areas.
The WFC and WFE ranges
Both WFC and WFE models are
thermostatically controlled and draw
room temperature air through the front
panel and blow warm air out of the
concealed grille underneath. This sets
up a very effective circulation of air in
the room for rapid warm-up and to
maintain stable comfort conditions.
WFE electronic models provide the
additional benefit of fully automatic
control over the heat output level.
Both models are available in a choice
of modern or traditional finishes,
making them suitable for installation
in a variety of environments.
Control
Model WFC3NB
Air inlet
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fan convector heaters
Technical information
General dimensions (mm)
Colour/Finish
120
575
WFC3NB/WFE3TNB: black stove
enamelled body with cherry effect
end panels.
WFC3NS/WFE3TNS: satin silver
enamelled body with black painted
end panels.
350
Construction
• Pressed steel front panel and base
• Keyhole mounting slots on rear
of product
• Twin helically wound fully strung
open coil elements (2kW + 1kW)
• Low noise tangential fan
350 min
• Auto reset over temperature cut-out
•Supplied without cable
Fixing dimensions (mm)
575
150 min
510
HB13-D0100
280
350
The WFC and WFE ranges
35
Cable or conduit entry
350 min
Minimum distance
Model
Loading
Height
Width
Depth
Above
Below
Weight
WFC3NB
WFC3NS
3.0kW
350mm
575mm
120mm
150mm
350mm
6.6kg
WFE3TNB
WFE3TNS
3.0kW
350mm
HB13-D0101
575mm
120mm
150mm
350mm
6.6kg
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high output
fan storage heaters
The VFMi range
Features
• Loadings from 3.4 to 6.9kW
• Highly accurate thermostat for
close control over retained heat
• Controls conveniently positioned
on the top right-hand side of
the heater
• Manually adjustable input
charge control
• Frost protection setting
•Optional direct acting
elements available
• Accessory feet available for use
on uneven surfaces or thick carpets
(only applicable when heater is
fixed to wall)
• Ideal for offices, hotels, community
rooms, halls and larger homes
The VFMi range of fan storage heaters blends all the benefits of using low tariff electricity
with a highly insulated heater to give maximum controllability over heat delivered.
These qualities make this range
of heaters the perfect solution for
commercial applications where a reliable,
energy efficient system is needed.
The range has the dual benefits of
dependable thermostatic control and
a quiet fan heat distribution for fast
response. In addition, it is possible to
link the fan circuit to a separate timer for
even greater levels of controllability.
Controls
Charge controller
Type: Hydraulic, manually
adjustable from zero charge
to fully charged condition.
The VFMi range
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Model
VFM24i
VFM32i
VFM40i
VFM48i
Performance
Thermal safety device
Input rating
3.4kW
4.6kW
5.7kW
6.9kW
Type: Bi-metal – automatic reset.
Charge acceptance 7 hour
24kWh
32kWh
40kWh
48kWh
Output control
No. of elements/rating
(off-peak supply)
3 x 1130W
3 x 1530W
3 x 1900W
3 x 2300W
15W
15W
25W
25W
Height
672mm
672mm
672mm
672mm
Width
776mm
926mm
1076mm
1226mm
Depth (inc. 35mm wall spacer)
285mm
285mm
285mm
285mm
255kg
Type: Integral room temperature
sensing hydraulic thermostat fitted at
installation stage. Accurate to ±1°C.
Temperature range approximately
5°C to 30°C.
On/off switch for fan.
On/off switch with neon for direct
acting heating element (option).
Heating elements/fans
Fan rating (on-peak supply)
Dimensions
Weight (installed)
138kg
177kg
216kg
No. of storage bricks
18
24
30
36
Brick packs
6
8
10
12
Optional direct acting element
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zHi 070E input rating 0.7kW
3
3
3
3
zHi 110E input rating 1.1kW
N/A
3
3
3
zHi 150E input rating 1.5kW
N/A
N/A
3
3
zHi 200E input rating 2.0kW
N/A
N/A
3
3
3 = installation possible
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fan storage heaters
VFMi Technical information
Construction
Galvanised sheet steel base, mounted
on pressed steel feet. Side panels,
front panel/air outlet grille assembly and
inner skin removable for brick loading.
•Storage core
Material: High density bonded
magnesite bricks
•Supply connection
Located at right hand side to
rear of heater – accessible by
removal of side panel assembly
240v 1 phase or 415v 3 phase
Note: Heat resistant cable
required for connection to heater
• Thermal insulation
Front and rear panels –
microporous silica
Top – microporous silica
Base and sides – vermiculite
•Storage bricks
Packed separately in packs of
3 (see table on facing page for
weight of product with bricks)
Pack Part No. 007781
approx. weight 16.7kg
IP rating
Accessories
N/A
Feet: part no. SHF25i
Colour/Finish
Direct acting elements for retro-fit
or on heater installation (see table).
Front panel, top panel, side panels –
RAL9016 – traffic white
The VFMi range
•Installation
A secure wall fixing is required for
all heaters with suitable connection
to the fixed wiring of the premises
• Heating elements
Type: Incoloy sheathed,
3 elements per heater
Packing
• Case assembly
VFM24i – approx. weight 44kg
VFM32i – approx. weight 51kg
VFM40i – approx. weight 57kg
VFM48i – approx. weight 63kg
Grille – birch grey
Air Warmers
The HAW range
Features
•Strong, robust and very reliable
• Large number of fins give large
heating surface
• Now comes complete with guard
Electrical connections
20mm cable entry as standard
with cable gland fitted.
The HAW range
Technical specifications
Construction
Cast iron body
Black stove enamelled.
Air warmers are extremely robust heaters designed for a wide variety of industrial
applications. Often found in industrial locations requiring a long lasting, heavy duty
heater that can be operated via separate controls.
Model
HAW 1000N
Loading
Voltage
Width
Depth
Height
Fixing
width
Fixing
depth
Weight
1.0kW
240V
470mm
207mm
115mm
449mm
179mm
14kg
Guard
A wall mounted guard is now supplied
as standard and it is recommended
this is used on all installations.
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warm air heating
The Electricaire range
Features
• Due to its unique shape,
Electricaire holds up to 85% of its
retained heat into a second day,
making it highly economical
• Cost effective heating when
you want it
• Boost heating feature for
additional heat when needed
• Two speed fan for rapid heat-up
• Can be used with external
thermostats and time clocks for
further control
• Can be used standalone or with
suitable ducting
• Pre-wired to accommodate single
or three phase connection
• Flexible installation requirements
for minimal room intrusion
Electricaire is a highly controllable heating system particularly suited to larger
applications such as schools, libraries, museums and business premises.
The Electricaire range
Due to its design, the Dimplex Electricaire
range offers the most controllable yet cost
effective use of the stored heat principle.
By allowing the user unrivalled ability to
retain heat for use when required, the user
can choose to save heat for when it is
needed, or to boost heat using the twin
speed fan and day energy feature.
In addition, the Electricaire range offers
further control through the use of an
external thermostat to regulate fan
operation, and an external time clock
particularly suited for use in commercial
applications to regulate product
operation during office hours.
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Like other electric heating products,
Electricaire allows flexible system
design, siting and cost-effective
installation, since no expensive flues
or fuel storage facilities are required.
And due to its small space requirements,
Electricaire offers substantial heating
capability for minimal room intrusion,
coupled with long working life and
minimal maintenance for a cost
effective heating solution.
warm air heating
Technical information
Case emission
700W
700W
750W
850W
950W
Core weight
385kg
385kg
385kg
457kg
611kg
Controllability
•Variable input control
• Two fan speeds – normal or boost
• Day energy switch (Economy 7)
•External time clock and
thermostat options
Assembled weight
482kg
482kg
482kg
600kg
754kg
Heating element
Model
R7*
R8*
R10
R12
R15
Rating
4x1.643kW
5x1.643kW
6x1.643kW
7x1.643kW
9x1.643kW
47kWh
55kWh
73kWh
84kWh
104kWh
Active storage capacity
Dimensions (including/excluding plenum chamber)
Height
1603mm/
1300mm
1603mm/
1300mm
1603mm/
1300mm
1753mm/
1450mm
2053mm/
1750mm
Width
615mm
615mm
615mm
615mm
615mm
Depth
635mm
635mm
635mm
635mm
635mm
Fan performance (m3/h)
Kanthal D iron/aluminium alloy
sheathed in quartz tubes.
Thermal insulation
Basic insulation – microporous silica
and mineral wool.
Air passages and base –
moulded Vermiculite.
Normal
625
625
625
710
872
Boost
777
777
777
896
1090
Supply
Back pressure (M Bar)
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.25
2x1.643kW
3x1.643kW
4x1.643kW
5x1.643kW
7x1.643kW
Can be connected to 240v single
phase or 415v three phase supply,
on standard off-peak or Economy 7
(white meter) tariffs.
Day boost facility
element rating
*Supplied as Model R10. R7 and R8 achieved by downrating on site.
We recommend this unit is professionally installed by one of our Electricaire installers.
Please see our website for more information.
Air filter
Thermostat
sensing
head
Core box
insulation
Control
panel
Plenum chamber kit
(PLEN/12)
Air
mixing
flap
Centrifugal
fan
Return air
through
washable
filter
Mains cable
entry
•Single phase Economy 7
(white meter)
•Single phase standard off-peak
• Three phase Economy 7
(white meter)
• Three phase standard off-peak
Cabinet
0.8mm zinc coated mild steel
finish with polyester/epoxy powder
coated paint.
For all new installations
a plenum chamber kit will
be required at extra cost.
Complete with 3 air register
grilles, this additional
component measures
625mm x 600mm
(including flanges)
with a height of 303mm.
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Ducting
Plenum
chamber
Air outlet from freestanding unit
In addition to standalone
use, Electricaire can also
be used with ducting
dependent on installation.
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The Electricaire range
Thermal
core
A washable polyester
filter is located in the
detachable filter frame
at the front of the unit.
All live and moving parts
are completely screened
by a fixed mesh when
the filter is removed.
Every unit is therefore capable of
being wired on site to cover the
following configurations:
water heating
EC-Eau unvented solar cylinder range
Energy saving feature
• 60mm of CFC/HCFC free injected
foam insulation
– Exceeds ‘CHESS’ best practice
standard for low heat loss
– Completely void free,
including insulation around
immersions and thermostats
User features
• Mains pressure hot water
• Fast filling baths
• Powerful invigorating showers
• Simultaneous supply of water to all
bathrooms and domestic appliances
• No cold water storage tank required,
freeing valuable living space
• Long life, low maintenance hot
water supply
• Sustainable materials –
high percentage by volume
recycled (excluding insulation)
Dimplex EC-Eau solar cylinders provide highly efficient hot water storage for a variety
of solar thermal applications and are designed specifically to work seamlessly with
Dimplex solar thermal systems. Featuring a purpose designed solar coil to maximise
heat transfer of the generated solar energy to the stored water, EC-Eau solar cylinders
are available in choice of single or dual coil options.
• Backed by a big name in
domestic heating
EC-Eau unvented solar cylinder range
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Installer features
• Duplex stainless steel inner
cylinder with 25 year guarantee
• Hard wearing, flexible,
damage resistant outer cladding
produced from 100% recycled
material (HIPS/ABS)
• No sacrificial anode
• CFC/HCFC free foam
injected insulation
• Lightweight for easy handling to site
• Surface mounted thermostats
and sensors for easy installation
and maintenance/replacement
• All connections accessible
from the front
• Supplied complete with inlet
safety group and external
expansion vessel
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heat pump cylinders.
Direct
water heating
Technical information
Height (mm)
Diameter (mm)
T&P valve (mm)
Solar coil return
(mm)
Solar coil flow (mm)
Aux coil return (mm)
Aux coil flow (mm)
Immersion (mm)
Thermostat 1 (mm)
Thermostat 2 (mm)
Weight empty (kg)
Weight packaged
(kg)
Indirect solar cylinders
Dimensions
ECSi175ST-580
1280
580
1050
190
525
740
995
580
330
847
37
49
ECSi210ST-580
1505
580
1275
190
525
837
1052
615
330
940
40
53
ECSi250ST-580
1780
580
1550
190
525
905
1120
640
330 1012
47
60
ECSi300ST-580
2080
580
1850
190
525
992
1207
640
330 1095
52
56
Model
Capacity (litres)
Auxiliary heated volume
(litres)
Dedicated solar volume
(litres)
Aux coil size (kW)
Aux coil surface area (m2)
Solar coil size (kW)
Solar coil surface area
(m2)
Number of immersions
Aux reheat (mins)
Solar reheat (mins)
Heat loss in 24 hrs
(kW/24hr)
Model
ECSi175ST-580
175
80(i)
95(ii)
20(i)
0.8
23(i)
1.1
1
12(i)
23(i)
1.12
ECSi210ST-580
210
100
110
20
(i)
0.8
(i)
22
1.1
1
(i)
15
26(i)
1.41
ECSi250ST-580
250
140(i)
110(ii)
17(i)
0.8
19(i)
1.1
1
24(i)
35(i)
1.51
ECSi300ST-580
300
175(i)
125(ii)
18(i)
0.8
20(i)
1.1
1
31(i)
42(i)
1.96
Performance
(i)
(ii)
Diameter (mm)
T&P valve (mm)
Solar coil return
(mm)
Solar coil flow
(mm)
Immersion 1 (mm)
Immersion 2 (mm)
Thermostat (mm)
Weight empty (kg)
Weight packaged
(kg)
ECSd175ST-580
1280
580
1050
190
525
630
895
330
34
45
ECSd210ST-580
1505
580
1275
190
525
724
1117
330
38
49
ECSd250ST-580
1780
580
1550
190
525
790
1350
330
44
57
ECSd300ST-580
2080
580
1850
190
525
880
1620
330
50
54
Solar reheat (mins)
Heat loss in 24 hrs
(kW/24hr)
Model
Aux reheat (mins)
Number of
immersions
Solar coil surface
area (m2)
Solar coil size (kW)
Dedicated solar
volume (litres)
Auxiliary heated
volume (litres)
Model
Capacity (litres)
Performance
ECSd175ST-580
175
100(i)
75(ii)
24(i)
1.1
2
101(i)
21(i)
1.12
ECSd210ST-580
210
115(i)
95(ii)
22(i)
1.1
2
128(i)
27(i)
1.41
ECSd250ST-580
250
151(i)
100(ii)
22(i)
1.1
2
166(i)
33(i)
1.51
ECSd300ST-580
300
194(i)
105(ii)
21(i)
1.1
2
208(i)
43(i)
1.96
All measurements are taken from the bottom of the cylinder to the centre line on the component.
(i) Determined in accordance with EN12897-2006.
(ii) Determined in accordance with KIWA document for unvented hot water storage cylinders to the
requirements of the UK building regulations, Annex D.
Max operating conditions
• Potable water temperature – 70°C
• Heating water temperature – 90°C
• Operating pressure – 3 bar
Cold water supply
• Minimum dynamic pressure – 1.5 bar
• Maximum pressure – 12 bar
• Minimum flow rate – 15L/min
Connections
• Cold water inlet – 22mm stainless steel
• Hot water outlet – 22mm stainless steel
• Coil flow/return – 22mm/28mm
stainless steel
• Sensor – surface mounted
•T&P valve – ½" F BSP
• Immersion heater – 1¾" F BSP
Immersion heaters
• Indirect – 1
• Direct – 2
Thermostatic control
Indirect
• 2 x integrated surface mounted
twin thermostat
• 1 x integrated immersion heater
thermostat and thermal cut out
Direct
• 2 x integrated immersion heater
thermostats and thermal cut out
• 1 x integrated surface mounted
twin thermostat
Safety components
• Pressure reducing valve
and strainer – 3 bar
• Expansion relief valve – 6 bar
•T&P valve – 7 bar/90°C
• Factory pressure tests – 12 bar
• Expansion – external
Approvals
•KIWA
Guarantee
• Inner cylinder – 25 years
• Immersion heaters – 2 years
excluding the effects of limescale
• Other components* – 2 years
*Excluding expansion vessel membrane.
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Height (mm)
Direct solar cylinders
Dimensions
Materials
• Inner cylinder – Duplex stainless steel
• Outer casing – black HIPS/ABS
(from recycled materials)
• Inlet/outlet – stainless steel
• Coils – corrugated stainless steel
• Insulation – 60mm PU foam
(GWP=1, ODP = 0)
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RENEWABLES OVERVIEW
Low carbon solutions overview
The course is set for a route towards
low energy buildings in the UK via
progressively tightening building
standards and targets for all new
housing to be zero carbon by
2016 and commercial buildings by
2020. Government policy, legislation
and incentives are also clearly
emphasising the need for
improvements in the energy
efficiency and sustainability of
the UK’s existing housing stock.
Meeting these challenging standards
will inevitably require the use of
renewable technology and
increasingly, particularly in the new
build sector, require combinations of
technologies to be applied to achieve
the required carbon saving standards.
Renewable technologies, strategically
based around low carbon electricity,
will come to the fore, with longer
term UK energy policy based on
a decarbonised electricity grid in
place of unsustainable and insecure
fossil fuels, creating a greater
dependency on electricity as
the primary energy source.
Low carbon solutions overview
Whether domestic or commercial,
our range of renewable solutions,
designed specifically to complement
each other, perfectly matches the future
needs of low/zero carbon buildings.
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Ground source heat pump
Dimplex has over 30 years’
experience in heat pump
manufacturing and has developed
a ground source range that
covers small domestic systems
from 4kW to commercial systems
up to 130kW, able to be installed
in multiples to meet the heating
needs of buildings of all kinds.
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Solar thermal hot
water heating
An ideal complement to a heat
pump, a solar thermal system can
provide up to 60% of a property’s
hot water demand, helping to reduce
energy costs and combat fuel poverty.
Supplied as an easy to specify
complete package, including carefully
matched unvented hot water cylinders
(4), and a choice of flat plate or
evacuated tube collectors with a range
of roof mounting options, the system
is easy to fit either as part of the build
or a refurbishment programme.
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Energy efficient
space heating
Dimplex SmartRad sets new
standards for the way we think
about space heating. Fast and
responsive with accurate room
by room control, SmartRad is
attractively styled and designed
to work with heat pumps.
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Air source heat pump
Air source heat pumps are
increasing in popularity in the UK
and with our vast experience in
manufacturing highly efficient units
for cold central European climates,
the Dimplex range spans solutions
from compact domestic units
through to high efficiency units
with outputs of up to 60kW,
suitable for commercial premises.
4
Energy efficient unvented
hot water storage
Dimplex has produced a range of
unvented hot water cylinders to
accommodate renewable energy
systems, with models designed
specifically to operate with either
solar thermal systems or heat
pumps or both.
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Solar PV systems
Solar PV uses the free energy
from the sun to produce electricity
which can be used to offset the
electrical consumption of
appliances, heat pumps and
SmartRad radiators for a truly
energy efficient, low carbon
building solution.
Our website has detailed information on all the technologies we offer.
Visit dimplexrenewables.co.uk for more information or to order a brochure.
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4
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Solar PV OVERVIEW
The DXPV range
At a glance
• Choose from pre-configured kits
or individual system components –
whatever suits your individual project
• Produces renewable electricity
directly from daylight
• Can provide around 50% of
a typical domestic household’s
annual electricity needs
• Significantly reduces energy costs
and building CO2 emissions
• Future proofs against expected
energy price increases
• Meets planning requirements
for renewable energy
• Feed In Tariff provides guaranteed
income for every kWh produced
• Custom system design service
for larger systems
• Accessories including energy
generation displays available
• MCS certified – eligible for
Feed In Tariffs
Product features
• Uses an MCS-certificated Dimplex
Renewables DXPVM240P6-30
module with output of 240W
• High performance photovoltaic module
made of polycrystalline silicon cells
with a module efficiency of 14.75%
• Excellent reliability:
–G
uaranteed output tolerance
within – 0%/+3%
The DXPV range
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Our solar photovoltaic range brings together high efficiency polycrystalline
PV modules with an inverter, mounting system and generation meter to create
a complete solution for residential and light commercial properties.
Ideal for both new build and retrofit
projects, the systems protrude less
than 200mm above the roof so are
classed as a permitted development
in both England and Scotland and
as such do not require planning
permission in non-conservation areas.
The PV packs use MCS-certificated
hardware so are eligible for
the Government Feed in Tariff
incentive when properly installed
by a MCS accredited installer.
The PV module also has an
impressive 12 year warranty.
–P
roduct warranty of 12 years
on PV module
– 25 year performance guarantee:
· 10 years: 90% of rated peak output
· 15 years: 85% of rated peak output
· 25 years: 80% of rated peak output
• Easy installation with all the parts
required included within the kit
• Inverter conforms with G83 grid
connect standard
• Suitable for MCS-certificated
installations
• MCS-compliant owner’s
manual included
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Please visit dimplexrenewables.co.uk for detailed product information
or to order a copy of our comprehensive brochure.
Solar PV OVERVIEW
What Clean Energy Cashback means
Complete system packages
Dimplex solar PV is supplied in
kits containing all the components
required to create a complete
solution for residential and light
commercial properties.
For non standard configurations
or systems larger than 3.84kWp,
Dimplex offer a design service to
specify systems to exactly meet
requirements. Contact Dimplex
Renewables for more details.
Portrait kits
PV array
output (kWp)
Surface
area (m2)
Number of
modules
Rows
Column
DXPV192/240/2/4xx
1.92
13.44
8
2
4
DXPV216/240/3/3xx
2.16
15.06
9
3
3
DXPV240/240/2/5xx
2.40
16.8
10
2
5
DXPV288/240/2/6xx
2.88
20.16
12
2
6
DXPV384/240/2/8xx
3.84
26.88
16
2
8
PV array
output (kWp)
Surface
area (m2)
Number of
modules
Rows
Column
DXPV192/240/2/4Lxx
1.92
13.44
8
2
4
DXPV216/240/3/3Lxx
2.16
15.06
9
3
3
DXPV240/240/2/5Lxx
2.40
16.8
10
2
5
DXPV288/240/2/6Lxx
2.88
20.16
12
2
6
DXPV384/240/2/8Lxx
3.84
26.88
16
2
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Product code
Domestic property without Solar PV
Income from Solar PV
Income from exported elec
Annual elec bill
Total elec cost
£0/yr
£0/yr
£418/yr
£418/yr
Landscape Kits
Product code
Where “xx” represents roof type options as follows:
PT—Plain Tile, S—Slate Tile, RT— Short/Rosemary Tile
Domestic property with 10 panel/
2.4kWp PV system
Income from Solar PV
Income from exported elec
Annual elec bill
Total Solar PV benefit
£352 + £50 + £279 =
£352/yr
£50/yr
£139/yr*
£680/yr
Inverter
G83 approved
MCS certificated polycrystalline
photovoltaic panels
Roof Mount
Aluminium rail kits
Long term benefit:
Meter
Elster A100
(Ofgem approved)
Installation cost
£5,000
G83 approved inverter
Generation meter
Isolator
DC and AC isolators
Total system income
over 20 years:
£13,611
Documentation
Owner’s manual
Total profit over
20 years:
£8,611
Roof mounting system including all rails,
clamps, connectors and roof anchors,
options for tile or slate roofs
2 x 10m connecting solar cables with
MC4 interconnections
Optional Extras
AC/DC isolators
Installation and commissioning training
Installation manual
Project design and commissioning services
*Note: this will vary depending on the proportion
of PV energy consumed. The calculations shown
above are based on figures for a south facing
roof at 35° with no shading in a location that gives
917W/m2 (Southampton) and the latest standard
FiT rates as at 1st August 2012.
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The DXPV range
Kit contents
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Electric Fires
Optiflame range overview
®
With a Dimplex electric fire you can enjoy the comfort and cosiness of a gas fire –
but at the flick of a switch. Installation is easy as there are none of the cost and siting
constraints associated with flue and gas connection, plus there is no requirement for
annual servicing. Dimplex electric fires also come complete with a fitted plug, and many
don’t require a fireplace – you simply plug-in and go.*
Š
Optiflame is our original and
the world’s best selling electric
flame effect, and features on over
40 fires in the Dimplex range.
To see our full range of electric
fires visit dimplex.co.uk/fires
Optiflame® range overview
Inset fires
Electric stoves
In a range of traditional and contemporary
styles, Dimplex’s inset fires will fit virtually
all standard fireplace opening or a suitable
fire surround. Additionally many models
can also be used freestanding with the
spacer kit provided, allowing them to fit
flat to the wall. With a choice of features
and finishes, there’s a Dimplex inset to
suit any living room.
The impressively authentic range
of Dimplex electric stoves, offers
a range of modern and traditional
styled designs that can be used
almost anywhere.
Wall mounted fires
Freestanding fires
Dimplex has an extensive range of
wall mounted fires with heat outputs
ranging from 1kW to 2kW. These high
quality electric fires are the perfect,
modern addition to any living space
and are particularly ideal where
floor space is limited.
This range of traditional and
contemporary styled electric fires fits
straight from the box, flat to the wall,
for a no-fuss, hassle-free installation.
*Wall mounted fires require some installation.
Opti-myst requires water to be added.
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Electric Fires
Opti-myst range overview
®
Opti-myst is a stunning new flame
effect from Dimplex. Deceptively real,
it will captivate you from the moment
you see it. The fully 3-dimensional
flame effect uses ultra-fine water mist
that is illuminated to create ‘flames’ and
‘smoke’, making it the most realistic
electric flame effect in the world.
To see our full range of electric
fires visit dimplex.co.uk/fires
Inset fires
With modern and traditional styles, the Opti-myst inset fires that are available with
a choice of styles and finishes, including brass, antique brass, chrome and black.
These fires include 1kW and 2kW heat selection.
Opti-myst® range overview
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Electric stoves
Wall mounted fires
Our range of elegant freestanding
stove effect fires can bring warmth
and realism to any room. With 1kW
and 2kW heat selection, models also
include opening doors to view the
stunning effect in more detail.
With a choice of stunning wall
mounted fires to choose from,
these products will bring a touch
of luxury to any room.
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Domestic heating selection guide
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14
3
1
4
2
13
9
16
5
7
6
8
15
10
Domestic heating selection guide
Dimplex has a heating solution
for every room in the house.
Whether it’s a whole house heating
system or a single room, one of the
real benefits is that you can choose
from a whole range to meet your
exact requirements.
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2
3
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4
Bathroom
Pages
Panel heaters
Mini storage heaters
Fan heaters
Radiant panel heaters
Towel rails
Under-tile heating
20-31
42
52-53
50
44-49
54-55
Main bedrooms
Pages
Panel heaters
Quantum
DuoHeat radiator
20-31
12-17
36-37
Ensuite
Pages
Panel heaters
Fan heaters
Radiant panel heaters
Towel rails
Under-tile heating
20-31
52-53
50
44-49
54-55
Airing cupboard
Pages
MPH range
T range
59
60
5
6
7
8
This guide gives you a room by room
selection, but your final choice will
depend on your personal preferences
and other factors*. Please also see
pages 100/101 for design information.
If you need further help or guidance,
speak to your supplier.
Utility room
Pages
Panel heaters
Mini storage heater
Fan heaters
Radiant panel heaters
Towel rails
Under-tile heating
20-31
42
52-53
50
44-49
54-55
9
10
Dining room
Pages
11
Quantum
DuoHeat radiators
Panel heaters
Storage heaters
12-17
36-37
20-31
38-39
Kitchen
Pages
Fan heaters
Base unit heaters
Quantum
Towel rails
Under-tile heating
52-53
56-58
12-17
44-49
54-55
Lounge
Pages
Quantum
DuoHeat radiator
Panel heaters
Storage heaters
12-17
36-37
20-31
38-39
12
Greenhouse
Pages
MPH range
T range
59
60
Patio
Pages
OPH range
CXD range
80
82
Attic conversion
Pages
Panel heaters
Convector heaters
Oil free heaters/
Oil filled radiators
Slimline heaters
20-31
40-41
13
14
63-65
66
Spare bedroom
Pages
Panel heaters
Quantum
Convector heaters
Oil free heaters/
Oil filled radiators
Slimline heaters
20-31
12-17
40-41
*Factors affecting final choice will include heating level, size of room, position of heater in room etc.
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If you are looking for a renewables
solution, don’t forget our heat
pumps, solar thermal and solar PV.
A summary of these products
is available in this publication.
Or visit dimplexrenewables.co.uk
for full details.
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63-65
66
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Workshop
Pages
Portable fan heaters
Multi-purpose heaters
Quartzray heaters
62
60
81
Study
Pages
Quantum
DuoHeat radiator
Panel heaters
Storage heaters
Convector heaters
Oil free heaters/
Oil filled radiators
Slimline heaters
12-17
36-37
20-31
38-39
40-41
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Hallways/Landings
Pages
Quantum
DuoHeat radiator
Panel heaters
Storage heaters
12-17
36-37
20-31
38-39
Conservatory
Pages
Panel heaters
Under-tile heating
Convector heaters
Portable fan heaters
Oil free heaters/
Oil filled radiators
Slimline heaters
20-31
54-55
40-41
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63-65
63-65
66
Commercial heating selection guide
Application
Product ranges
Example uses**
Page
Retail/offices
Over door heaters
Smaller doorways
70-71
Air curtains
Larger retail entrances
72-74
Architectural air curtains
Office entrances, corporate receptions
75
Compact commercial fan heaters
Small office heaters
79
Panel heaters
Office heating systems
18-31
Wall fan convectors
Meeting room heating
84-85
Hospitality
Outdoor patio heating
Restaurant dining areas
80
Hotel
Restaurant
Leisure
Panel heaters
Hotel rooms
18-31
Air curtains
Building entrances
72-74
Quartz radiant and ceramic heaters
Gymnasiums,* sports halls*
82-83
Towel rails
Hotels rooms, catering kitchens
44-49
High output storage heaters
Communal area heating
86-87
Wall fan convectors
Meeting room heating
84-85
Commercial
Over door heaters
Smaller entrances/doors
70-71
Churches
Halls
Libraries
Museums
Air curtains
Frequently open entrances/doors
72-74
Airports
Hospitals
Large
industrial
Warehousing
Factories
Other
Workshops/garages
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Waiting rooms
84-85
High output storage heaters
Communal area heating
86-87
Quartz radiant and ceramic heaters
Church heating
82-83
Panel heaters
Room heating systems
18-31
Air curtains
Supermarket entrances
72-74
Architectural air curtains
Prestigious receptions, corporate hq’s
75
Wall fan convectors
Waiting rooms
84-85
Commercial fan heaters
Atriums
78
High output storage heaters
Communal area heating
86-87
Quartz radiant and ceramic heaters
Baggage handling, unheated spaces
82-83
Air curtains
Warehouse and factory entrances
72-74
Commercial fan heaters
Warehouse and factory heating
78
Quartz radiant and ceramic heaters
Workstation heating
82-83
Air warmers
Equipment frost protection
87
Convector heaters
Temporary building heating
84-85
Portable radiators
Movable heating
63-65
This table should be taken
as a guide only. Individual
requirements will depend on
a number of factors including
size of building, insulation levels,
and heating level recommended.
Don’t forget heat pumps,
solar thermal and solar PV
are also ideal for a wide range
of commercial installations,
from offices through to schools.
Commercial heating selection guide
Large
Commercial
Compact commercial fan heaters
Wall fan convectors
Dimplex heaters are ideal
for use in many commercial
and industrial applications
as outlined here.
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Heater sizing table
Dimplex provides a number
of options, to meet different property
and timescale requirements.
If you need to obtain an indication
of the heating requirements for
estimating or if you need heating
for one or two rooms, please use
the Selection Guide below.
Alternatively use our online calculator
at www.dimplex.co.uk/heatdesign
For single properties, please complete
the form on page 102 and send it with
a sketch plan to our heating design
department. We aim to provide
an accurate assessment within
7 working days. For multiple properties,
please send us comprehensive scale
drawings (scale 1:50 or 1:100)
together with construction details
and any other relevant information.
We offer a 14 working day service
for this type of assessment.
See page 102 for contact details.
How to use this selection guide
The tables below provide heater sizing
guidance for traditional electric heating
systems, including Quantum, storage
heaters and panel heaters. For traditional
electric heating the preferred options for
living and dining rooms are Quantum
or CXLS combination storage heaters.
Knowing the floor area, the wall construction
and the number of outside walls, the heater
loading in kilowatts is indicated in the
appropriate table. These tables do not
take into account particularly old properties
or those built very recently. If your property
fits into one of these classifications,
please complete the form on page 102
so that we can provide a more accurate
assessment. For sizing guidance for
DuoHeat radiators please refer to page 101.
Living or dining room: Quantum
Heater loading in kW. Temperature 21°C
Floor
area
m2
12
16
20
24
28
32
Solid walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
1.84
2.16
2.08
2.48
2.64
3.12
2.96
3.44
3.28
3.92
3.52
4.32
3
2.88
3.20
3.92
4.32
4.80
5.28
Cavity walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
1.60
1.92
1.84
2.32
2.32
2.72
2.64
3.12
2.96
3.44
3.28
3.76
3
2.48
2.88
3.44
3.76
4.24
4.72
Insulated cavity walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
3
1.12
1.28
1.68
1.36
1.60
1.92
1.68
1.92
2.32
2.08
2.32
2.64
2.16
2.48
2.96
2.40
2.72
3.20
For XLS/XLN heaters multiply loading by 2, for CXLS multiply by 1.25.
Bedrooms: For bedrooms panel heaters are recommended.
Heater loading in kW. Temperature 18°C
Floor
area
m2
8
12
16
20
24
Solid walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
0.8
1.3
0.9
1.8
1.2
2.1
1.4
2.2
1.5
2.3
3
1.7
2.3
2.7
3.1
3.4
Cavity walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
0.8
1.0
0.9
1.4
1.0
1.7
1.2
2.0
1.2
2.1
3
1.4
2.1
2.2
2.6
2.9
Insulated cavity walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
0.8
0.9
0.8
1.4
0.9
1.6
1.0
1.8
1.0
1.9
3
1.4
1.8
2.1
2.4
2.5
For XLS/XLN heaters multiply loading by 1.5.
Heating design guide
Kitchen: Quantum
Heater loading in kW. Temperature 18°C
Floor
area
m2
10
12
14
16
Solid walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
1.28
1.68
1.52
2.16
1.68
2.40
1.92
2.64
3
2.32
2.64
2.88
3.12
Cavity walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
1.12
1.60
1.36
1.84
1.60
2.08
1.68
2.32
3
1.92
2.32
2.48
2.72
Insulated cavity walls
no. of outside walls
1
2
3
For all kitchens with
cavity wall insulation
direct heating is preferred.
For XLS/XLN heaters multiply loading by 2, for CXLS multiply by 1.25.
Commercial heating For greater control and economy of operation Quantum heaters
are recommended. Sizing is based on a single storey with a ceiling height of 3m and
a minimum of 75mm of roof insulation.
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Office: Quantum
Heater loading in kW. Temperature 21°C
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Floor
area
m2
15
20
25
30
40
50
Solid walls
No. of outside walls
1
2
2.16
2.96
2.64
3.52
2.96
4.08
3.52
4.72
4.80
5.92
5.28
6.80
3
4.08
4.48
5.20
5.84
7.68
8.40
Cavity walls
No. of outside walls
1
2
2.00
2.56
2.40
3.12
2.72
3.68
3.36
4.24
4.40
5.36
4.96
6.24
3
3.52
4.00
4.56
5.20
6.72
7.44
For XLS/XLN heaters multiply loading by 2, for CXLS multiply by 1.25.
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Insulated cavity walls
No. of outside walls
1
2
3
1.68
2.08
2.64
2.08
2.56
3.12
2.40
3.04
3.60
2.88
3.52
4.16
3.92
4.48
5.36
4.48
5.28
6.08
DuoHeat® radiators
Heater sizing table
DuoHeat ® radiator sizing – replacement systems
How to use this selection guide.
For sizing of DuoHeat radiators to replace
existing storage heater systems, replace
the existing heater with a similarly sized
DuoHeat radiator, as indicated below.
Due to the consistency of heat output
from DuoHeat radiators, this will provide
a significant improvement in room comfort
levels throughout the course of the day.
The tables on this page are for
use with DuoHeat radiators only –
for other products please refer to
our selection charts on page 100.
Unlike the charts on page 100,
these tables cover all applications –
living room, dining room, kitchen
and hallway – and are designed
to provide for an internal
temperature of 21°C.
Existing heater
DuoHeat radiator
XL/XLS12N
Duo300n
XL/XLS18N
Duo400n
XL/XLS24N
Duo500n
the heater may already be undersized).
Therefore it is recommended that
combination storage heaters are replaced
with a larger size of DuoHeat radiator,
to ensure there is sufficient capacity
within the system to match the capability
of the convector heater being replaced.
In the case of a 24kW combination
storage heater, it is recommended
that an additional appliance – either a
second DuoHeat radiator, Dimplex panel
heater or flame effect fire is added:
Existing heater
When considering the correct replacement
for a combination storage heater,
the frequency with which the convector
component is used should be taken into
consideration (i.e. if it is used often,
DuoHeat radiator
CXLS12N
Duo400n
CXLS18N
Duo500n
CXLS24N
2 x Duo400n,
or Duo500n + panel heater
or Duo500n + flame effect fire
DuoHeat radiators are designed
to provide primary heating in main
living areas, including living rooms,
dining rooms, kitchen/diners and
hallways/landings. This should
be supplemented in other rooms,
such as bedrooms and bathrooms,
with Dimplex electronic panel heaters.
DuoHeat ® radiator sizing – first time installations
The following chart provides guidance
on radiator sizing for first time installations
in key living areas for existing buildings.
Simply select the floor area of your room
from the left hand column, and choose
the correct number of outside walls
from either the cavity or insulated cavity
wall columns. These tables do not take
into account particularly old properties
or those built very recently. If your
property fits into one of these
classifications, please complete the
form on page 102 so that we can provide
a more accurate assessment.
Cavity walls
Insulated cavity walls
m2
Number of outside walls
Number of outside walls
1
2
3
1
2
3
12m2
Duo500n
Duo500n
Duo400n
+400n
Duo400n
Duo400n
Duo500n
16m2
Duo500n
Duo400n
+400n
Duo 400n
+500n
Duo400n
Duo500n
Duo400n
+300n
20m2
Duo400n
+400n
Duo400n
+400n
Duo500n
+500n
Duo500n
Duo400n
+300n
Duo400n
+400n
24m2
Duo400n
+400n
Duo400n
+500n
Duo400n
+400n
+400n
Duo400n
+300n
Duo400n
+400n
Duo400n
+400n
28m2
Duo400n
+500n
Duo500n
+500n
Duo400n
+400n
+500n
Duo400n
+300n
Duo400n
+400n
Duo500n
+400n
32m2
Duo500n
+500n
Duo400n
+400n
+400n
Duo400n
+500n
+500n
Duo400n
+400n
Duo400n
+400n
Duo500n
+500n
Heater sizing table
Floor
Area
101
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dimplex.co.uk/heatdesign
Note: A ceiling height of 2.4m and a minimum of 75mm of roof insulation is assumed.
Dimplex Heatbook
Heating design request form
Millbrook House, Grange Drive, Hedge End, Southampton, SO30 2DF Fax No. 01489 773067
email: [email protected]
Customer name and address (Please note: we are unable to complete the scheme unless full name and address details are included)
Co. Name:
Contact:
Address:
Postcode:
Fax No:
Tel No:
Email:
Site name and address
Type of property (for a flat, please tick ‘semi-detached’ unless there are other flats on both sides, in which case, tick ‘terrace’)
House
Bungalow
Flat
Other
(please specify)
Detached
Semidetached
Terraced
150mm
200mm
Type of construction
Cavity wall
Yes
No
Roof
Pitched
Flat
With insulation
Yes
No
Insulation
None
100mm
Solid walls
Yes
No
Glazing
Single
Double
Floor
Solid
Timber
Approximate age of property
Products to be specified
Please list below the product ranges you would like us to base
the scheme on. Alternatively leave blank and we will match the
right products to your property.
Heating design request form
Type/usage of room
(i.e. living/bedroom etc.)
102
dimplex.co.uk/heatdesign
Area (m )
2
Floor to
ceiling
height
Would you like us to include:
Water heating
Yes
No
Solar hot water
Yes
No
External
Window
wall length area (m2)
External
door
area (m2)
Internal
wall length
to unheated
areas
Is room
above
heated?
Roof
above?
Open
fireplace?
Alphabetical product index
Model
page
Optima fuel effect fires
Theme fuel effect fires
Lyndhurst fuel effect fires
Radiant wall fire
Radiant wall fire
Radiant wall fire
Over door heater
Recessed over door heater
Over door heater
Over door heater
Over door heater
Apollo radiant panel bathroom heater
Architectural air curtain
Architectural air curtain
Architectural air curtain
Slimline heater
Oil filled radiator
Base unit heater
Base unit heater
Towel radiator
Towel radiator
Towel radiator
Towel radiator
Hydronic base unit heater
Oil filled radiator
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Surface mounted air curtain
Recess mounted air curtain
Cadiz oil free radiator
Cadiz oil free radiator
Cadiz oil free radiator
Industrial fan heater
Industrial fan heater
Industrial fan heater
Commercial fan heater
Commercial fan heater
Commercial fan heater
Radiant heater
Radiant heater
Storage and convector heater
Storage and convector heater
Storage and convector heater
Oil filled radiator
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Surface mounted commercial air curtain
Recess mounted commercial air curtain
Under-tile warming system
Under-tile warming system
Under-tile warming system
Under-tile warming system
Under-tile warming system
Under-tile warming system
Under-tile warming system
DuoHeat radiator
DuoHeat radiator
DuoHeat radiator
Contrast portable convector heater
Contrast portable convector heater
68
68
68
69
69
69
70
70
70
70
70
50
75
75
75
66
65
56
56
46
46
46
46
58
65
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
63
63
63
76
76
76
78
78
78
82
82
40
40
40
65
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
36
36
36
61
61
Model
DXC20Ti
DXC30
DXC30FTi
DXDAi2
DXDFB2
DXFF20TSN
DXFF30TSN
DXGLO2
DXLAT75CW
DXLWP400
DXLWP400TI
DXLWP800
DXSTG25
DXUC2LCD
DXUF20T
DXUF30T
E420
ECSd175ST-580
ECSd210ST-580
ECSd250ST-580
ECSd300ST-580
ECSi175ST-580
ECSi210ST-580
ECSi250ST-580
ECSi300ST-580
EPX1000
EPX1250
EPX1500
EPX2000
EPX500
EPX750
FX20EIPX4
FX20IPX4
FX20V
FX20VE
FX20VL
FW600
GFP050B
GFP050W
GFP075B
GFP075W
GFP100B
GFP100W
GFP150B
GFP150W
GFP200B
GFP200W
HAW 1000N
IAB10A
IAB10E
IAB10W
IAB15A
IAB15E
IAB15W
IRX120N
IRX200N
IRX50N
LPP050
LPP075
LPP100
LPP150
Lymington
MCFI5R/B
MFP050W
MFP075W
MFP100W
MFP150W
MFP200W
Mini Mozart
Mozart
MPH1000
MPH500
OFC1500
OFC2000
OFC2000Ti
OFRB7
OFRC15c
OFRC20c
OFRC20Tic
OFX1000
OFX1000/Ti
OFX1500
OFX1500/Ti
OFX750
OFX750/Ti
OPH13
OPH20
PFH30
page
Contrast portable convector heater
Contrast portable convector heater
Contrast portable convector heater
Daisy flat fan heater
Footie flat fan heater
Flat fan heater
Flat fan heater
GlofanUpright portable fan heater
Latitude low level convector heater
Slimline heater
Slimline heater
Slimline heater
Studio G upright portable fan heater
Upright portable fan heater
Upright portable fan heater
Upright portable fan heater
Oil filled radiator
Ec-Eau direct solar cylinder
Ec-Eau direct solar cylinder
Ec-Eau direct solar cylinder
Ec-Eau direct solar cylinder
Ec-Eau indirect solar cylinder
Ec-Eau indirect solar cylinder
Ec-Eau indirect solar cylinder
Ec-Eau indirect solar cylinder
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Wall mounted fan heater
Wall mounted fan heater
Wall mounted fan heater
Wall mounted fan heater
Wall mounted fan heater
Frostwatcher heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Girona panel heater
Air warmer
Architectural air curtain
Architectural air curtain
Architectural air curtain
Architectural air curtain
Architectural air curtain
Architectural air curtain
Infra-red heater
Infra-red heater
Infra-red heater
Saletto panel heater
Saletto panel heater
Saletto panel heater
Saletto panel heater
Optiflame coal effect fire
Microfire
Monterey panel heater
Monterey panel heater
Monterey panel heater
Monterey panel heater
Monterey panel heater
Optiflame suite
Optiflame suite
Coldwatcher multipurpose heater
Coldwatcher multipurpose heater
Oil filled radiator
Oil filled radiator
Oil filled radiator
Enviro-sensitive oil free heater
Enviro-sensitive oil free heater
Enviro-sensitive oil free heater
Enviro-sensitive oil free heater
Oil filled radiator
Oil filled radiator
Oil filled radiator
Oil filled radiator
Oil filled radiator
Oil filled radiator
Outdoor patio heater
Outdoor patio heater
Compact commercial fan heater
61
61
61
62
62
62
62
62
61
66
66
66
62
62
62
62
65
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
26
26
26
26
26
26
52
52
52
52
52
59
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
86
74
74
74
74
74
74
66
66
66
24
24
24
24
67
62
20
20
20
20
20
67
67
59
59
65
65
65
64
64
64
64
65
65
65
65
65
65
80
80
79
Model
PFH30R
PLX1000
PLX1000NC
PLX1000TI
PLX1250
PLX1250NC
PLX1250TI
PLX1500
PLX1500NC
PLX1500TI
PLX2000
PLX2000NC
PLX2000TI
PLX2000TX
PLX3000
PLX3000TI
PLX3000TX
PLX500
PLX500NC
PLX500TI
PLX750
PLX750NC
PLX750TI
QM070
QM100
QM125
QM150
QXD1500
QXD3000
QXD4500
R10
R12
R15
R7
R8
RF07T
RF24T
RFBT
RFREC
RPX075N
RPX100N
RPX150N
RPX200N
RX24Ti
RX24TiB
RX9911
RX9912
RX9913
RXMBS4
RXRBTi
RXRBTiB
RXPW1
RXPW4
RXPWIF
S50C
S50W
S70
SCH5
T120W
T240W
T360W
T60W
TDTR175C
TDTR175W
TDTR350C
TDTR350W
TRC130/W
TRC150/W
TRC90/W
TRS120/W
TRS175/W
VFM24i
VFM32i
VFM40i
VFM48i
WFC3NB
WFC3NS
WFE3TNB
WFE3TNS
XL12N
XL18N
XL24N
XL6N
XLS12N
XLS18N
XLS24N
XLS6N
YEO20
page
Compact commercial fan heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Quantum heater
Quantum heater
Quantum heater
Quantum heater
Quartzray heater
Quartzray heater
Quartzray heater
Electricaire warm air heating system
Electricaire warm air heating system
Electricaire warm air heating system
Electricaire warm air heating system
Electricaire warm air heating system
Towel rail control
Towel rail control
Towel rail control
Towel rail control
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Panel heater
Programmable 24 hour digital timer
Programmable 24 hour digital timer
Single zone programming cassette
Single zone programming cassette
Single zone programming cassette
4 zone wall mounted programmers
Electronic runback timer
Electronic runback timer
Single zone programming cassette
4 zone wall mounted programmers
Pilot wire interface
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
Skirting convector heater
Tubular heater
Tubular heater
Tubular heater
Tubular heater
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
Towel rail
High output fan storage heater
High output fan storage heater
High output fan storage heater
High output fan storage heater
Fan convector heater
Fan convector heater
Fan convector heater
Fan convector heater
Slimline storage heater
Slimline storage heater
Slimline storage heater
Mini storage heater
Slimline storage heater
Slimline storage heater
Slimline storage heater
Mini storage heater
Yeominster fuel effect fire
79
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
12
12
12
12
81
81
81
88
88
88
88
88
51
51
51
51
28
28
28
28
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
48
48
48
60
60
60
60
60
44
44
44
44
48
48
48
48
48
86
86
86
86
84
84
84
84
38
38
38
42
38
38
38
42
68
Dimplex Heatbook
Alphabetical product index
314CHE
316CHE
430RCE/B
842
842S
843S
AC3N
AC3CN
AC3RN
AC45N
AC6N
APL100
ARC10
ARC15
ARC20
ARLWP800TI
B48
BFH24BWSR
BFH24BWST
BR150C
BR150W
BR350C
BR400W
BUH19B/W/S
C412
CAB10A
CAB10AR
CAB10E
CAB10ER
CAB10W
CAB10WR
CAB15A
CAB15AR
CAB15E
CAB15ER
CAB15W
CAB15WR
CAB20A
CAB20AR
CAB20E
CAB20ER
CAB20W
CAB20WR
CDE2ECC
CDE2Ti
CDE3ECC
CFH120
CFH60
CFH90
CFP30
CFS30
CFS60
CXD2000H
CXD2000V
CXLS12N
CXLS18N
CXLS24N
D416
DAB10A
DAB10AR
DAB10E
DAB10ER
DAB10W
DAB10WR
DAB15A
DAB15AR
DAB15E
DAB15ER
DAB15W
DAB15WR
DAB20A
DAB20AR
DAB20E
DAB20ER
DAB20W
DAB20WR
DTW1M
DTW1.5M
DTW2M
DTW3M
DTW4M
DTW5M
DTW6M
Duo300n
Duo400n
Duo500n
DX30Ti
DXC20
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