Wood you beleive it..... wooden radiators from Jaga!

The inspirationally designed Knockonwood from Jaga Heating Products is the first wooden radiator range to be launched in the UK. Yet another stunning technical and aesthetic breakthrough from Europe’s acknowledged heating pioneer, Knockonwood realises the seemingly impossible by providing powerfully effective heating from a seductively elegant curvaceous wooden form.

Fashioned from beautiful smooth natural timber that curves lovingly against the wall, the Knockonwood range incorporates a front panel made entirely of wood. Unlike previously available unsightly retrofitted covers for radiators, the elegant wooden exterior of the Knockonwood range is integral to the product’s design and has been designed so that it does not compromise heat output or thermal efficiency in the slightest.

Winner of the prestigious IF Design Award 2003 the Knockonwood’s simple yet unique fine veneered wooden casing is available in ten stunning wood finishes including oak, beech and maple, bleached oak, bleached beech, mahogany, wenge-coloured dark oak, walnut, greyed teak and the distinctive zebrano, to tone with any contemporary or traditional interior décor scheme.

Ensuring that the Knockonwood range will be considered as much for its serious heating performance as for its looks, the new radiators feature Jaga’s proven Low H20 low mass heat exchanger technology. This provides a constant and perfectly controlled powerful performance to guarantee maximum comfort.

It also means that Knockonwood heating solutions offer an energy saving of 12.5% compared to steel panel radiators as demonstrated in testing carried out by the internationally renown Building Research Establishment (BRE) during 2003.

The Knockonwood offers a uniquely desirable alternative to traditional steel panel radiators. The new radiator is available in a range of lengths from 60cm to 220cm and heights of 30cm to 80cm with heat outputs from 450watts up to a powerful 4500watts.

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