Drayton moves to next generation of controlling heating in homes

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Drayton’s Wiser system of smart heating controls includes smart radiator valves that can be easily and quickly installed onto existing radiators. The valve adaptors make installation as simple as unscrewing the existing radiator valve head and screwing on the smart radiator thermostat to offer individual control for up to 16 rooms. Each radiator thermostat can have its setting adjusted by ±2 K for an hour.

The control is achieved using an app for Android and iOS devices. Wiser is also compatible with internet voice control systems such as Amazon Alexa.

Designed as a buildable system, Wiser centres around the Heat Hub, which is compatible with a standard UK wallplate for ease of retrofitting.

Three ready-made thermostat kits and two multi-zone kits are available. Further room thermostats and radiators thermostats can be added as required.

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