Traditional Radiator Thermostats

Danfoss radiator thermostats are an energy saving, reliable, and efficient way to control your heat consumption. They're also simple to use.
 
Payback time
The typical payback time for radiator thermostats is less than two years, and as the typical life expectancy of a radiator thermostat is between 15-20 years, you can expect additional savings in the future.
You can save up to 36% on your heating costs
If you have manually operated radiator valves in your home, you can save energy by replacing them with modern radiator thermostat. Energy savings are dependant on the quality of your home insulation. You can learn more about savings and upgrade possibilities in our Renovation House below.
 
Set and forget
The thermostat maintains a constant temperature individually - room by room. The valve opens and closes depending on the heat demand, utilizing the free heat from sunlight, appliances and people.
 
Simple Maintenance
As well as being simple to use, our radiator thermostats are also easy to clean and maintain.
 
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'A' in energy efficiency

'A' in energy efficiency

Danfoss self-acting thermostats are among the very best self-acting thermostats on the market when it comes to energy saving..
Renovate and save energy

Renovate and save energy

Find out which energy saving options are available when you renovate your home.

Danfoss Inspirations

Danfoss Inspirations

Let us guide you to the best possible ideas and solutions for energy saving, convenience, comfort, renovation, new build and climate.