Danfoss invented the radiator thermostat more than 80 years ago. Today, we market room controls worldwide for different building types and solutions.
With Danfoss A-labeled thermostats, you will reduce your energy consumption, save money and lower your environmental impact, all at the same time.
In 2014, our Danfoss' office located in Silkeborg, Denmark, celebrated its 35th anniversary. Take a look, how history has shaped the world and the production of our radiator thermostats.
You save nothing by having one on full throttle and the others closed. In fact, a fully heated radiator will use more heat than 2 or 3 that are turned only a quarter of the up. This is especially true when you use district heating.
When ventilating a room, turn down your thermostat and leave the windows open for 5-6 minutes. If you don’t turn down your thermostat, it will react to the draft by heating up automatically.
Always maintain a minimum of 16 degrees in all rooms. Never go below 14 degrees; this might damage the building and cause dampness, condensation and mold.
Save energy and money by turning your radiators down 2-3 degrees at night. But remember: If you turn them down more than 3 degrees, the money you could save will be used on reheating the room again.
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You can save up to 8% in energy consumption by replacing thermostats older than 15 years with new traditional thermostats. The payback time is very short, as the investment is very low compared to other renovation projects.
We market our heating solution products across the world. For specific information on prices and installation costs, please contact your local installer.
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In this section you can also see our FAQ - Heating Solutions.