"storage heater" or not???

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"storage heater" or not???

Post by BLAKEVINE on Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:18 pm

We have a very efficient wood burner and have thought about supplementing this with what we would call in England a "storage heater". Is the "radiateur à inertie céramique" the French equivalent? Am I right in thinking there is no direct equivalent and that this is a radiator with a ceramic plate which heats up but can be used in the day as well as conserving heat in the small hours when the compteur is on creuse? Our idea is that this would provide a bit of warmth for when we arise in the morning and before we get chance to rekindle the wood burner. Thanks in ant. K.
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Post by very19 on Mon Oct 21, 2013 8:13 pm


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Post by BLAKEVINE on Wed Oct 23, 2013 10:19 am

Thanks very much for all this. K
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Post by simmo on Wed Oct 23, 2013 8:28 pm

Hi Blakevine
Simmo here, we have three of these storage heaters, we only use two of them. These are sufficant along with our 9kw godin wood fire to keep us warm and cosy even down to winters of -20. We use them in conjuntion with our EDF cheap rate and jobs a good'en.
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