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SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions.

SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions

SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions.

SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions

SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions

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SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions.

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SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions

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SmartRad has been specifically developed to provide excellent levels of heating at the low water temperatures normally associated with underfloor heating – typically around 40°. This allows the heat pump’s CoP to be maximised, reducing running costs and household CO2 emissions.

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