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Cutting edge, convenient heating control

Creating a comfortable indoor environment with complete control of a building’s energy consumption is easily achievable when using the right controls to manage the temperature and ensure the system only runs when it’s required. Nu-Heat supplies a comprehensive range of underfloor heating thermostats from simple to use dial-type and easy to install wireless thermostats to internet-enabled units with Smartphone control.

Smart heating control

The innovative neo system delivers outstanding control on the move – directly from a smartphone or tablet – when paired with the neoHub. It offers the convenience of controlling a property’s heating and hot water at any time and from any location.

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Programmable neoStat

Nu-Heat’s neoStats are high quality, hard-wired programmable thermostats. Features include holiday and temperature hold, soft touch operation and energy saving Optimum Start.
The neoStat is available in three colour options: black, white and silver.

Underfloor heating controls

Wireless neoAir

The neoAir is a battery-powered, wireless programmable thermostat that offers the same functionality as the neoStat. It can be fitted in an existing building without the need to chase wiring into walls, making the neoAir a popular solution for renovation projects. Please note that if your system has floor or air sensors, wiring from the sensor to the neoAir will still need to be chased into the wall.
The neoAir is available in three colour options: black, white and silver.

Underfloor heating control panel

Dial thermostat with timeclock

A dial thermostat with timeclock and setback facility is supplied as standard with every Nu-Heat underfloor heating system. It offers a stylish yet simple and straightforward method of control.

Heated floor thermostat

ErP class

All thermostats supplied by Nu-Heat are rated as Class 1 under Section 2.2.1.2 Temperature Control, of EU Commission Delegated Regulation No. 811/2013
*BEAMA White Paper, October 2013.