Dynamic Heaters energy efficient, economical electric radiators have been designed to provide users with the highest level of electric heating at an affordable running cost. We use innovative convection technology along with enhanced radiant heat to provide you with a deep natural warmth and the most efficient electric radiators. Our energy efficient electric radiators adapt seamlessly to your lifestyle, using modes such as open window detection and geolocation function to improve cost efficiency.Find Out More Request a Brochure
With Magmatic heat retention stones, our radiators are capable of providing near-instant heat.
With smart-radiator functionality; our radiators have a Thermostat programmable up to 24-Hours.
State-of-the-art radiators designed to consume less electricity, saving on costs whilst warming your home.
With different designs allowing you to fit your ideal radiator into almost any room on any wall.
Our Magmatic heat retention stones provide an extra 45+ minutes of heat for every 15 minutes of electricity used.
Yes, electric radiators are cheap to run overall. Despite the gas being cheaper than electricity, electric radiators guarantee to be cost effective operating on nearly 100% efficiency, converting all energy picked up in the heat. Gas heating instead ensures between 90% (When new) and 80% efficiency, losing gas in the pipe during the heating process. Plus, electric heaters have a longer average lifetime, low maintenance, and are more secure.
Despite the convector heaters being slightly cheaper to run in the short term, electric heating, mostly our modern German electric heating solution, provides you with nearly 100% efficiency, getting cost-effective in the long term. It uses every Watt picked up transforming it in warmth. Plus, they have less maintenance and they are more eco-friendly.
The convector heaters' running costs vary based on the consumption level of your heater and your current electricity costs. You can find the electricity consumption in the metal label attached to your heater, normally on the back. Once you work out the number of Watts, you need to find out how much you pay for each unit of electricity (In the UK it is around 15p/kWh). Consider that 1 unit of electricity is consumed for every 1000 Watts recorded over an hour period. So if you use your 2000kWh heater for an hour it would cost 30p for an hour to run.
We focus on providing the highest quality and most efficient electric radiators at an excellent value. Thanks to the technology used in our radiators you can be sure your heating is running smoothly and efficiently once we have finished installation.
We have various sizes of radiators across 3 main ranges, Standard, Vertical & Low Level. Depending on what space you have available will depend on what range you need to select from.
Yes, our team of experts will fit the radiators and ensure that they're in full-working condition before we sign-off on the project.
Yes, our showroom is located at our headquarters in Poole, Dorset. You're more than welcome to pop us a visit and explore the range of products that we offer.