Rointe Low-consumption Radiators 

Rointe has more than 30 years of experience in the field

Our company has been manufacturing electric radiators since 1985, which gives us certain experience when it comes to innovation. We only use the best materials when manufacturing our heaters.

Our R&D department incorporates innovations into our products every season. We stand out among other products in our niche by substituting the radiator oil with high-density thermal fluid that fills the inside of the product completely.

Perfectly balanced radiators

In Rointe electric radiators, the heat is dissipated thanks to the convection produced when cold air enters through the bottom of the elements, and is then heated by passing through the interior of the heater fins and expelled at the top. Being a semi-closed space, a chimney effect is produced, which ‘vacuums’ the cold air at the bottom of the radiator and expels it, creating a circulation of temperature, never surpassing a speed of 0.1 m/s, and eliminating air stratification. This increases comfort and reduces consumption.

Why our radiators should be hung on the wall

Often, when looking for electric radiators in shops or online, we tend to choose a product that is small, high-powered, and if possible, on wheels, to be able to move it from room to room.
Oil radiators with open elements on both sides and wheels on top not only heat the entire room, but also stratify the air temperature. All the heat they emit to the environment is by radiation, heating the air near the appliance. This reduces comfort and increases consumption.

When buying a radiator for a room, it’s important to consider several aspects. For example, to size the installation of appliances in a room, it’s important to take into account the room’s measurement in square meters, the height of the ceiling, the percentage of glass façade, the room’s orientation, the type of insulation in the façade and dividing walls and if the room is open to a heated space or not.

For these reasons, a radiator should never be moved to another room unless the conditions between rooms are very similar. In addition, radiators must be placed on a wall that is perpendicular to the façade, and never under a window, as this would cause greater consumptions due to alterations to the air probe readings.

Hanging the radiator on the wall, always at a height of between 10 and 15 centimeters from the floor, guarantees proper natural air convection throughout the room.

The latest in advanced technology and SMD electronics

All of our radiators incorporate energy saving technologies, which thanks to sending the amount of energy required in the moment, via micropulses, allows the room to be kept at a constant temperature without increasing consumption. This improves energy efficiency and saves you money.

In addition, these technologies generate a lower temperature fluctuation than traditional systems due to their multiple stops and starts that produce a ±0,25 ºC variation in the ambient temperature compared to ±2 ºC in traditional breaking systems.

Our radiators are fitted with multilayer circuits with ultralow power microcontrollers that manage these calculations and microbreaks.

If you want to know more about how Rointe’s Fuzzy Logic Energy Control and Optimizer Energy Plus technologies work, click here.

TFT screen and infrared communication

Rointe is the only electric heating manufacturer that incorporates a TFT screen into its products, allowing the information to be shown with the greatest clarity from any angle. The new TFT screen, with a size of 1.77”, is divided into three information areas to facilitate identification of the icons for function, selected temperature and programming on bars by hour and day.

Our radiators can be controlled 24 hours, 7 days a week on the product itself. They can also be programmed through the use of our infrared remote AIR Control or BASIC Control. The AIR Control allows easy programming and sending or receiving commands from the radiators. In the case of the BASIC Control, use is simplified by the 4 preinstalled programmes.

In addition to the infrared interface, our premium D Series range has a WiFi module incorporated, allowing the radiators to be controlled over the Internet via the Rointe Connect application.

Optimum compensation between watts and number of elements

With the exception of our under window products, all of our radiators have a 110 W/element. This proportion is calculated by our R&D department and proven to be the idea for heating a room. The correct proportion includes the climate coefficient of your geographical area in its formula.

These 110 watts per element provide a balanced transmission of heat, compared to other radiators that consume between 125 y 160 W/element—less thermally balanced.

Another consequence of a controlled watts per element index is the guarantee of functioning at a low contact temperature, preventing any kind of accident in children and the elderly and making installation possible in any environment, domestic or collective.

Advanced features and operations program

There are also advanced features, such as the Open Windows function, incorporated into all Rointe radiators, activates automatically when the radiator’s probe detects a temperature drop of 4ºC with respect to the set temperature in the space of half an hour, working in De-icing mode for 2 hours. In this way, we can prevent the product from consuming unnecessary energy while heat is escaping from the room.

In addition, all Rointe products can be programmed in one-hour periods, selecting ‘comfort’, ‘eco’ or ‘deactivated’ in this time. The working temperatures of ‘comfort’ and ‘eco’ are also established when programming the appliances.