Controller for warm-air and radiant heating

Published:  02 February, 2017

Combat, space heating, radiant heating, warm air, controller

Combatís NRG heating controller maximises fuel savings by using self-learning technology. It varies the start-up time to ensure that the building comes up to the required temperature precisely at the beginning of every programmed Ďoní period.

This device can control the complete range of Combat warm-air heaters and Blackheat radiant-heating products.

A sensor is built in, and three remote-sensor options are available.

Coded entry is required to access the programming of the controller, so it is secure.

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