A blue heat radiator is an electric radiator that has been rated as more being efficient because it consumes less power than a standard low consumption radiator.
But, even if they are efficient and have low consumption, all electric radiators can lead to significant power consumption and, therefore, have an impact on your bill. We recommend that you read this content about the type of heating that really suits you.
How does a blue heat radiator work?
Blue heat radiators have a liquid inside them, a “blue sun” fluid or oil, that generates, gives off and holds heat. They have a modern design, with an aluminium external structure and a blue digital screen.
The operation of a blue heat radiator is based on a phenomenon known as the Joule effect. It sounds complicated, but it isn't. Wherever there is an electric current, there are electrons moving at high speed and bumping into each other in such a way that they generate heat.
In the case of blue heating, the heat is concentrated in a resistor that in turn heats the fluid inside the radiator. The temperature of this oil rises and heats the outer casing, to heat a house like any other radiator.