What is WARMROOM?
WARMROOM® magnetic heat saver prevents heat loss through the wall from behind your radiator.
WARMROOM® reduces energy usage, reduces carbon emissions and saves you money.
Developed with the University of Sheffield, WARMROOM® solves an age-old problem posed by radiators pumping conductive heat into the walls rather than into the room.
The magnetic power of the WARMROOM® panels are installed in seconds and enables them to simply cling to the rear of a standard steel radiator.
How do you fit WARMROOM?
NOTE: Radiators with very thin, widely spaced fins are not suitable for use with this product since there is insufficient surface area presented to the magnet for it to attract.
3 simple steps to a warmer room
1) One by one, slide the WARMROOM® magnetic panels vertically down the back of the radiator shiny side facing the wall.
2) Press WARMROOM® in place with your fingers ensuring each panel sits edge to edge.
3) Narrow strips of WARMROOM® can be easily cut with scissors & applied to complete the job
30 minutes after fitting the WARMROOM® panels, feel the wall temperature behind the radiator to discover how cool it is………
You are saving heat already!
Carbon / Eco
WARMROOM saves you money by reducing the amount of heat lost through the wall from behind your radiator. These are the results from tests conducted by Sheffield University:
|Normal Radiator||Radiator with WARMROOM®|
|Inside wall temperature||45°C||25°C|
|Heat loss per m2||80W||40W|
This shows a clear saving of 40W. Standard heating (as used in SAP calculations, BRE) is 11 hours per day for a 30-week season, amounting to 2,310 hours.
With an average outside temperature of 5°C, you would save approximately 40W for 2,310 hours, which equals 92.4kWh per m2.
1kWh (Gas) = 0.205kg of CO₂
92.4kWh x 0.205kg = 19kg of CO₂ per m² per year.
Please view our carbon savings paper
What our customers say
WARMROOM® mentioned in the Sunday Times:
How to winter proof your home.
Fit reflective panels behind radiators fixed to external walls. “I can tell from the road where some people’s radiators are just by the thermal image they leave on the outside wall,” says James de Miguel, who detects heat loss from faulty insulation and pipework (waterdamage. co.uk). A new magnetic panel that sticks to the back of any steel radiator reduces heat loss through walls by up to 60%, according to research conducted by Sheffield University.