the SpeedComfort
  • The speedcomfort ventilator draws heat from your radiator, heating the room quicker and more evenly, increasing your comfort.
  • Speedcomfort allows you to lower the water temperature of your central heating, without a change in room temperature.
  • This means Speedcomfort can save you up to 30% of your energy use
  • Speedcomfort is a Dutch product
  • Speedcomfort is manufactured by people challenged to find regular employment
  • The cover of the speedcomfort is made of biobased materials. No products of fossil fuels are used.
  • The Speedcomfort ventilator does not use energy when not operating. You can therefore leave the device plugged in.
  • Speedcomfort uses less than 16 eurocents on energy per year

If a quarter of all Dutch households saved 30% energy, the total annual reduction in greenhouse gas emissions would be 1.1 billion kilograms. (Milieu Centraal)

The Speedcomfort ventilator is available in three different designs: 

SpeedComfort B[asic]

The SpeedComfort B[asic] ventilator can be used on radiators with a minimum distance of 70 mm between the radiator plates.   more 

It can easily be installed by connecting the Speedcomfort to your radiator with four magnets. It can be placed either on top or on the underside of your radiator.
For longer radiators it is possible to connect up to three Speedcomfort ventilators to one power source.

SpeedComfort will automatically switch on when the radiator temperature exceeds 33 degrees Celsius and also automatically switches off. This ensures no energy is wasted.   more 

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SpeedComfort N[arrow]

The SpeedComfort N[arrow] ventilator can be used on radiators with a minimum distance of 38 mm between the radiator plates.    more 

The Speedcomfort N needs to be connected to the brackets provided. By adjusting the distance of the magnets on one side, the device can always be fitted perfectly between the plates.

For longer radiators it is possible to connect up to three Speedcomfort ventilators to one power source. This also connects them to the same external temperature sensitive switch.

The SpeedComfort N has an external temperature sensitive switch mounted into a special holder with two magnets to secure the sensor to your radiator, preferably on the back close to the warm water supply pipe.    more 

SpeedComfort will automatically switch on when the radiator temperature exceeds 33 degrees Celsius and also automatically switches off when it cools down to 25 degrees Celsius. 

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SpeedComfort C[onvector]

The SpeedComfort C[onvector] ventilator can be used for convector radiators and even convectors sunk in floor wells.    meer 

SpeedComfort is connected to the convector with special feet ensuring it is at the correct distance from the convector.
For longer radiators it is possible to connect up to three Speedcomfort ventilators to one power source.

The speedcomfort C has an external temperature sensitive switch mounted into a special holder with two magnets to secure the sensor to your radiator. Self-adhesive fasteners (Velcro) can be used if necessary.   more 

SpeedComfort will automatically switch on when the radiator temperature exceeds 33 degrees Celsius and also automatically switches off when it cools down to 25 degrees Celsius. 

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