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Hydronic Plinth heaters.

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Fluffycloudland77 Mon 17-Nov-14 15:34:22

The builders of our house put one in the kitchen & one at the bottom of the stairs.

They never explained what a hydronic plinth heater is, assuming it was 1-2kw to run it and we have GCH I never put it on.

But, reading the manual, it appears they cost 25w an hour to run.

Or am I reading the manual all wrong. It's a myson 500 or 600, helpfully the builders never ticked which model we have.

EarSlaps Mon 17-Nov-14 22:37:46

If it's hydronic it runs off the gch and then minimal cost for electricity to run the fan that pushes out the heat.

They put out a lot of heat but can be a bit noisy.

ShatnersBassoon Mon 17-Nov-14 22:42:05

I have one in my kitchen. It's essentially a tiny radiator with a fan to push the heat into the room. It's not expensive to run, apparently cheaper than heating a large radiator and ideal for rooms that don't need to be very warm.

PigletJohn Tue 18-Nov-14 00:30:57

might "500" or "600" be the width, in mm? That is two common widths of (single) kitchen units.

www.myson.co.uk/products/hydronic.asp#tabbed-2

PigletJohn Tue 18-Nov-14 00:38:26

nope

see page 20

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