Rointe radiators include patented energy optimisation technologies – Fuzzy Logic Energy Control and Optimizer Energy Plus. These advanced technologies, developed exclusively by our electric heating experts, are designed to increase your energy savings without affecting comfort.
They improve the energy management required to maintain a stable temperature, helping to reduce carbon footprint at the point of use. By accurately analysing thermal variations, our intelligent technologies obtain an equivalent non consumption coefficient of up to 62%.
We are at the forefront of customers’ minds for quality and technology in electric heating.
OPTIMIZER ENERGY PLUS
Rointe developed Optimizer Energy Plus in 2010. This was the first optimising technology introduced by our R & D department. It optimises energy consumption through precise temperature control.
Optimizer Energy Plus, installed exclusively in the Sygma radiator, uses powerful microprocessors, that continuously calculate the energy required to maintain the room temperature, improving energy efficiency and thus reducing consumption.
FUZZY LOGIC ENERGY CONTROL
Fuzzy Logic Energy Control is our most advanced low consumption technology, recently developed by the Rointe R&D department.
This innovative technology, included in all D Series and Kyros radiators, improves the energy management required to maintain a stable temperature, analyzing thermal variations with an accuracy of ± 0.25ºC.
Then micro-cuts in consumption are generated, that together with the thermal fluid and high purity aluminium, transfers heat to the room in the most efficient way.
In EU households, heating and hot water alone account for 79% of total final energy use. These products generate an environmental impact we all want to reduce.
With so much energy used across the continent, new regulations were brought into force in January 2018 to establish a minimum energy efficiency standard for electric space heating products. The objective is to ensure the consumer is not only guided by price or aesthetics but instead has the technical criteria to make a better decision.