The induction radiator consists of a large number of tubular gills. Gills are selected depending on the required power, depending on the room, which needs to be heated. One gill has a heating power of 200W. If we need a heating power of 1kW, we install 5 gills of 200W each.


– fast heating rate
– energy saving up to 25%
– Easy and quick installation
– the ability to set any capacity by increasing the number of gills
– wireless control
– programming the temperature for an extended period of time
– switching on, switching off and setting the required temperature in each room remotely using the phone.
– this sample provides 169kkal and has a COP (coefficient of performance) of 98%
– 1kW is able to heat the room 15x15x2.7m

How does the induction radiator work:

– the cast iron cooler is located in each gill, which has a short closed turn, it is a secondary turn. Induction winding is primary.
When the voltage 220V with frequency of 50Hz is applied to the induction coil, an alternating magnetic field is formed, after that the cast-iron cooler heats up.

Comparison with other similar heating devices

Induction radiators are developed on unique technology, transforming the electric power in thermal with the minimum losses and high efficiency, in comparison with resistive heaters.

The heating time from 0 to 80ºC and cooling to 70ºC, with the power of 1 kW

The heating time from 70ºC to 80ºC and cooling time from 80ºC to 70ºC

Operating time per day / power consumption of the 1 kW radiator (without air sensor)

Heated area m³

Consumption for 5 months

Induction radiator

Heating is 4.43 min to 80°C.
Cooling time 10.37 min to 70°С.
47 seconds heating
7.52 min cooling
on maintaining
Per hour works:
8 min
Per day:
3.2 hours
kW / day – 3.2 kW
27 m³ 480 kW

Oil radiator

Heating is 6 min to 80°C.
Cooling time 6 min to 70°С.
2 min heating
6 min cooling
on maintaining
Per hour works:
16 min
Per day:
6.4 hours
kW / day – 6.4 kW
27 m³ 960 kW

Electric heating tube

Heating is 5 min to 80°C.
Cooling time 3 min to 70°С.
1.5 min heating
3 min cooling
on maintaining
Per hour works:
14 min
Per day:
5.6 hours
kW / day – 5.6 kW
27 m³ 840 kW

Ceramic radiator

Heating is 7 min to 80°C.
Cooling time 8 min to 70°С.
1.5 min heating
7 min cooling
on maintaining
Per hour works:
12 min
Per day:
4.8 hours
kW / day – 4.8 kW
27 m³ 720 kW

Electric heating tube with fan

Heating is 5 min to 80°C.
Cooling time 1 min to 70°С.
0.5 min heating
0.5 min cooling
on maintaining
Per hour works:
30 min
Per day:
12 hours
kW / day – 12 kW
27 m³ 1800 kW

Water heat exchanger with heat carrier

Heating is 15 min to 80°C.
Cooling time 9 min to 70°С.
5.5 min heating
9 min cooling
on maintaining
Per hour works:
22 min
Per day:
8.8 hours
kW / day – 8.8 kW
27 m³ 1320 kW

Infrared radiator

Heating is 10 min to 80°C.
Cooling time 2 min to 70°С.
5 min heating
2 min cooling
on maintaining
Per hour works:
16 min
Per day:
6.4 hours
kW / day – 6.4 kW
27 m³ 960 kW
An induction radiator is a heat generator that heats the cooler to a selected temperature in a short time and maintains the necessary temperature as long as possible without consuming electricity.
How does this happen:

– an alternating magnetic field affects the cast-iron cooler (cast iron has the greatest thermal efficiency due to the molecular component of the iron grating). Cast iron contains a large amount of carbon, which is ideal for magnetization reversal in an alternating field. Therefore, instantaneous heating takes place over the whole plane of the cast iron.

The savings consist in the speed of heating and in the long-term return of heat to the room, and the savings are due to wireless sensors that measure the temperature of the air in the room. The sensors analyze the air temperature. After analysis, the control system turns off the radiator until the temperature drops by 1-2 degrees, it can take 1-3 hours in standby mode.

Savings are due to long-term programming by working hours:
a) when the consumer goes to work, the house’s placement does not have to be heated to a comfortable temperature. For the duration of your absence, the program turns on the temperature maintenance mode, which is 5-10 degrees. An hour before your return, the program will raise the temperature to a comfortable one.
b) programming is also convenient when the room has a large area. All rooms in the house can be set to a different comfortable temperature, which cannot be done with conventional heating.
c) the heater can be controlled remotely via the Internet or via GSM networks:
– on / off system
– switch on the heating maintenance mode
– set the temperature of each room separately or the same in all rooms

Disadvantages of resistive heaters:
– all resistive heaters burn oxygen in the room due to the high temperature and small heat recovery area.
– high power consumption
– all electric heating tubes have a short operating time and eventually burn out
– fire hazardous
– cannot gain the necessary power