Programmable thermostatic radiator valve wins low-carbon award

Chalmor, Programmable TRV

Chalmor’s electronic thermostatic radiator valve eTRV has won the low-carbon award in the East of England Energy Group awards. The valve came to market at the end of 2010 and is said to give the potential for achieving 25% energy savings. Three programs each day maximise energy savings, and the precise thermostat reacts quickly to improve comfort.

These valves can be fitted simply to existing or new heating systems

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