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2kW Convector heater with Thermostat Floor Standing White IP20 with 1.8m Cable

2kW Convector heater with Thermostat Floor Standing White IP20 with 1.8m Cable

Introducing the 2kW Convector heater with Thermostat Floor Standing White IP20 with 1.8m Cable avail..

Model: SCAN

£25.00 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 0.5 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 1 m) 75W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 0.5 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 1 m) 75W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030560 heating mat for concrete floors, a 0.5 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030560

£44.62 Ex. VAT

400W Frost Watcher Floor Standing Convector Heater with Adjustable Thermostat and Safety Cut-out in White IP20

400W Frost Watcher Floor Standing Convector Heater with Adjustable Thermostat and Safety Cut-out in White IP20

This is a 400W Floor Standing Frost Watcher Convector Heater with an Adjustable Thermostat and Safet..

Model: 500STB

£19.99 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 1.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 2 m) 150W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 1.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 2 m) 150W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030562 heating mat for concrete floors, a 1.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030562

£50.34 Ex. VAT

DEVIcomfort 1.5m² (0.5m x 3m) 225W Underfloor Heating Mat 150w/m2 DTIR-150 (self-adhesive mesh for Concrete Floors) Danfoss 140F1744

DEVIcomfort 1.5m² (0.5m x 3m) 225W Underfloor Heating Mat 150w/m2 DTIR-150 (self-adhesive mesh for Concrete Floors) Danfoss 140F1744

This is the Danfos 140F1744 - DEVIcomfort 8m² (0.5m x 3m) 225W Underfloor Heating Mat 150w/m2 DTIR-1..

Model: 83030564

£61.25 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 2.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 4 m) 300W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 2.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 4 m) 300W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030566 heating mat for concrete floors, a 2.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030566

£74.75 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 3.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 6 m) 450W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 3.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 6 m) 450W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030570 heating mat for concrete floors, a 3.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030570

£93.68 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 4.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 8 m) 600W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 4.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 8 m) 600W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030574 heating mat for concrete floors, a 4.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030574

£120.20 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 5.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 10 m) 750W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 5.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 10 m) 750W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030576 heating mat for concrete floors, a 5.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030576

£144.85 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 6.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 12 m) 900W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 6.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 12 m) 900W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030578 heating mat for concrete floors, a 6.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030578

£161.21 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 7.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 14 m) 1050W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 7.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 14 m) 1050W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030580 heating mat for concrete floors, a 7.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x..

Model: 83030580

£181.47 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 10.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 20 m) 1500W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 10.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 20 m) 1500W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030586 heating mat for concrete floors, a 10.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 ..

Model: 83030586

£243.78 Ex. VAT

DEVImat 12.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 24 m) 750W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

DEVImat 12.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 x 24 m) 750W for Concrete Floors DEVIcomfort 150T (DTIR) 150W/m2

This is the Danfoss 83030588 heating mat for concrete floors, a 12.0 m2 Underfloor Heating Mat (0.5 ..

Model: 83030588

£404.11 Ex. VAT

2kW Oil Filled Radiator with Thermostat and Timer and 3 Heat Settings Off-White

2kW Oil Filled Radiator with Thermostat and Timer and 3 Heat Settings Off-White

This is a 2kW Oil Filled Radiator with Thermostat and Timer and 3 Heat Settings available at Sparks ..

Model: 3111

£60.00 Ex. VAT

DEVIcomfort 10T DTIR 100W 10m Floor Heating Cable Loose Lay kit, Ultra Thin, 0.65 - 1.0m2

DEVIcomfort 10T DTIR 100W 10m Floor Heating Cable Loose Lay kit, Ultra Thin, 0.65 - 1.0m2

This is the Danfoss 87101700, a DEVIcomfort 10T (DTIR) 100W, 10 metres of cable. It is part of the D..

Model: 87101700

£61.54 Ex. VAT

DEVIcomfort 10T DTIR 200W 20m Floor Heating Cable Loose Lay kit, Ultra Thin, 1.3-2.0m2

DEVIcomfort 10T DTIR 200W 20m Floor Heating Cable Loose Lay kit, Ultra Thin, 1.3-2.0m2

This is the Danfoss 87101702, a DEVIcomfort 10T (DTIR) 200W, 20 metres of cable. It is part of the D..

Model: 87101702

£67.29 Ex. VAT

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