To use the heat loss calculator and to find the power of the heater you need to give the dimensions of your room, specify on which floor it is and what type of insulation the walls have.

If you are unsure which insulation type to choose, go for the worse insulation. It's safer to be pessimistic.

Finally, you should also specify how many external walls are there. In the advanced mode, you can also include the number of windows and doors. With this information, we can compute the heat loss (in watts divided by the temperature difference). Knowing the heat loss, we can estimate the power of a heater.

The last bit of the information needed is the difference of temperatures between inside (internal temperature) and outside (ambient temperature). The internal temperature depends on your comfort. The ambient temperature should be the minimum temperature occurring in your region.

Please note this is only a guide and any heat loss figure given should be checked and verified with your heating engineer as Chase Plumbing cannot accept any design responsibility.

To use the heat loss calculator and to find the power of the heater you need to give the dimensions of your room, specify on which floor it is and what type of insulation the walls have.

If you are unsure which insulation type to choose, go for the worse insulation. It's safer to be pessimistic.

Finally, you should also specify how many external walls are there. In the advanced mode, you can also include the number of windows and doors. With this information, we can compute the heat loss (in watts divided by the temperature difference). Knowing the heat loss, we can estimate the power of a heater.

The last bit of the information needed is the difference of temperatures between inside (internal temperature) and outside (ambient temperature). The internal temperature depends on your comfort. The ambient temperature should be the minimum temperature occurring in your region.

Please note this is only a guide and any heat loss figure given should be checked and verified with your heating engineer as Chase Plumbing cannot accept any design responsibility.

To use the heat loss calculator and to find the power of the heater you need to give the dimensions of your room, specify on which floor it is and what type of insulation the walls have.

If you are unsure which insulation type to choose, go for the worse insulation. It's safer to be pessimistic.

Finally, you should also specify how many external walls are there. In the advanced mode, you can also include the number of windows and doors. With this information, we can compute the heat loss (in watts divided by the temperature difference). Knowing the heat loss, we can estimate the power of a heater.

The last bit of the information needed is the difference of temperatures between inside (internal temperature) and outside (ambient temperature). The internal temperature depends on your comfort. The ambient temperature should be the minimum temperature occurring in your region.

Please note this is only a guide and any heat loss figure given should be checked and verified with your heating engineer as Chase Plumbing cannot accept any design responsibility.

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United Kingdom

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