Galapagos: Vertical

Thermofluid Electric Radiator

700 - 1400W Output
2 year warranty
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The Galapagos is a stylish, electric, fluid-filled radiator that distributes uniform heat from its entire surface using thermofluid technology. The Galapagos electric radiator has an AUTO mode which is an in-built smart control function that tracks the user’s requirements and room occupancy and adapts heating to comfort or eco mode accordingly. It also features open/closed window detection that switches the heater to a minimum output when a window is opened. The Galapagos has a stylish, curved aluminium front panel ideal for modern homes and kitchens.

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Click and Go
Click and Go
ERP Compliant
ERP Compliant
45% Energy Savings
45% Energy Savings
Cozy touch
Cozy touch
IO
IO

Key Features Key Features

Galapagos: Vertical Technical Data

Output (W) Depth (MM) Width (MM) Height (MM) Current (A) Weight (KG) A B White model Anthracite
1000 133 460 1290 4.3 24 320 1021 AH501310 AH501644
1500 133 460 1590 6.4 29 320 1321 AH501315 AH501744
1800 133 460 1800 7.7 33 320 1521 AH501320 AH501844
Output (W)
1000
1500
1800

Inside your radiator

  1. Aluminium front panel
  2. Aluminium plates
  3. Collectors with circulation of coolant fluid
  4. Sheathed heating element
  5. Room temperature sensor
  6. Control unit
  7. Control panel
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FAQs

Your GALAPAGOS: VERTICAL questions answered

How do I select the right heater for the room size/type?

As a room’s heating requirements will vary depending on a number of aspects (size of the room, number of external walls, size and type of windows, the wall fabric, building orientation) it is advisable to get an estimation from a qualified person. However, as a rough guide, for older properties, 100W per m². For more guidance check out our Product Selector.

If I pair heaters, which one controls the heating?

The original heater that you start the process with will be the Master heater. The additional heaters that are then paired to this original will be slave heaters.

The master heater will determine the heater operation.

What does double insulated mean?

Some appliances, such as vacuum cleaners, electric drills and some panel heaters do not have an earth wire.

This is because they have plastic casings, or they have been designed so that the live wire cannot touch the casing.

As a result, the casing cannot give an electric shock, even if the wires inside become loose.

These appliances have double insulation and carry a symbol.