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Dual fuel radiators.

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dlt27

Hi any advice will be appreciated. I am an electrocian so please go easy. A customer has had a dual fuel radiator fitted in their bathroom. All i wanted to know was if the c/heating is turned off how do you stop the heating element heating the water in the flow and return pipes. Is there any way some sort of interlock can be fitted and if so how would it be wired. ie through a time clock and room stat. Thanks in advance.
 

erj

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When the heating is turned off the pump is not running so any heat in the bathroom rad will stay there, as it is not getting pulled around the system
 

Chalked

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Plumber
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When using it on electric make sure you turn off one side of the towel rail.
 
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Centralheatking

Hi dlt27 welcome into non electricain land - you are welcome I think I have your question squared up. It will be a good idea for you to put up a diagram or pic - then we can all have a look
- as its not all circuit diagrams on here CHK -
Hi any advice will be appreciated. I am an electrocian so please go easy. A customer has had a dual fuel radiator fitted in their bathroom. All i wanted to know was if the c/heating is turned off how do you stop the heating element heating the water in the flow and return pipes. Is there any way some sort of interlock can be fitted and if so how would it be wired. ie through a time clock and room stat. Thanks in advance.
 
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