HEATESE is the revolutionary new central heating system that can save you 80% on your current oil bill.

  • Unlike heat pumps and boilers, HEATESE stores a large volume of heated water, so there is no extra cost in relation to pre-heating.
  • HEATESE​ ​heats​ ​its​ ​surfaces​ ​indirectly,​ ​instead​ ​of​ ​directly​ ​as​ ​boilers​ ​do.
  • HEATESE uses a lower fuel pressure and a smaller nozzle, producing a smaller flame than other systems. This means HEATESE uses a lot less fuel when it’s on compared to other heating systems.
  • In a 3/4 bedroom home, the burner in HEATESE has a running cycle of just 12 minutes in every 45 minutes cycle. A typical boiler has a running cycle of 22.5 minutes on in every 45 minutes cycle.

View the video below or visit our showroom to see our revolutionary new heating system in operation

Our (optional) convector radiators can give up to 2kW of hot air continuously with no drop in temperature

Fuel Consumption:

0.5 litre of oil per hour

Based on 5 hours of use per day, at 60c per litre.

Cost per day:


*Based on standard 2,000 sq ft / 4 bedroom​ ​home.​ ​​ ​Oil​ ​price​ ​as​ ​of​ ​October​ ​2017


Fuel Consumption:

2.5 litres of oil per hour

Based on 5 hours of use per day, at 60c per litre.

Cost per day:


*Based on standard 2,000 sq ft / 4 bedroom​ ​home.​ ​​ ​Oil​ ​price​ ​as​ ​of​ ​October​ ​2017

Save Money

You can save up to 80% on your heating bills using our revolutionary new heating system

Less Fuel Required

In a standard home, HEATESE will use approx. 30c of fuel per hour. An A-rated boiler will use approx. €1.50 of fuel per hour (400% higher hourly cost). A heat pump will use approx. 63c of fuel (electricity) per hour (110% higher hourly cost).

No drop in temperature

HEATESE ​stores a huge amount of its energy meaning its (optional) convector radiators can provide instant heat when required, even if turned off for 24 hours.

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Case​ ​study​ ​1:​ ​Pat​ ​Kiely
❖Saving​ ​per​ ​hour:​ ​€6.30​ ​or​ ​87.5%
❖ Savings​ ​per​ ​week​ ​(running​ ​5​ ​hours​ ​per​ ​day):​ ​€220.50
❖ 6,000​ ​sq​ ​ft​ ​Georgian​ ​property,​ ​no​ ​insulation,​ ​32​ ​radiators​ ​and​ ​200L​ ​hot​ ​water​ ​cylinder
❖ Previously​ ​used​ ​12L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€7.20​ ​per​ ​hour
❖ Heatese​ ​is​ ​using​ ​1.5L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€0.90​ ​per​ ​hour
Case​ ​study​ ​2:​ ​Sigis​ ​and​ ​Saule
❖ Saving​ ​per​ ​hour:​ ​€1.86​ ​or​ ​88%
❖ Savings​ ​per​ ​week​ ​(running​ ​5​ ​hours​ ​per​ ​day):​ ​€65.10
❖ 1,700​ ​sq​ ​ft​ ​property,​ ​13​ ​radiators​ ​and​ ​300L​ ​hot​ ​water​ ​cylinder
❖ Previously​ ​used​ ​3.5L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€2.10​ ​per​ ​hour
❖ Heatese​ ​is​ ​using​ ​0.4L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€0.24​ ​per​ ​hour
Case​ ​study​ ​3:​ ​John​ ​Fox
❖ Saving​ ​per​ ​hour:​ ​€1.56​ ​or​ ​86%
❖ Savings​ ​per​ ​week​ ​(running​ ​5​ ​hours​ ​per​ ​day):​ ​€54.60
❖ 1,300 sq ft property, 10 radiators, 1 Heatese convector radiator and 100L hot water cylinder
❖ Previously​ ​used​ ​3L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€1.80​ ​per​ ​hour
❖ Heatese​ ​is​ ​using​ ​0.4L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€0.24​ ​per​ ​hour
Case​ ​study​ ​4:​ ​Finian​ ​Callan
❖ Saving​ ​per​ ​hour:​ ​€2.15​ ​or​ ​89.5%
❖ Savings​ ​per​ ​week​ ​(running​ ​5​ ​hours​ ​per​ ​day):​ ​€75.25
❖ 5,000 sq ft property, no insulation. Was also using back boiler fireplace and wood burning​ ​boiler​ ​stove
❖ Previously​ ​had​ ​13​ ​radiators​ ​and​ ​150L​ ​hot​ ​water​ ​cylinder
❖ Now​ ​has​ ​10​ ​radiators,​ ​5​ ​Heatese​ ​convector​ ​radiators​ ​and​ ​150L​ ​hot​ ​water​ ​cylinder
❖ Previous​ly ​used​ ​4L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€2.40​ ​per​ ​hour
❖ Heatese​ ​is​ ​using​ ​0.42L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€0.25​ ​per​ ​hour
Case​ ​study​ ​5:​ ​Tony​ ​McGuinness
❖ Saving​ ​per​ ​hour:​ ​€1.80​ ​or​ ​85%
❖ Savings​ ​per​ ​week​ ​(running​ ​5​ ​hours​ ​per​ ​day):​ ​€63
❖ 2,000​ ​sq​ ​ft​ ​property,​ ​split-level​ ​bungalow
❖ Previously had 7 radiators, insufficient to heat home comfortably, and 150L hot water cylinder
❖ Now​ ​has​ ​7​ ​radiators,​ ​10​ ​Heatese​ ​convector​ ​radiators​ ​and​ ​150L​ ​hot​ ​water​ ​cylinder
❖ Previous​ ​used​ ​3.5L​ ​of​ ​oil​ ​per​ ​hour;​ ​a​ ​cost​ ​of​ ​€2.10​ ​per​ ​hour
❖ Heatese, even with 10 additional convector radiators, is using 0.5L of oil per hour; a cost of​ ​€0.30​ ​per​ ​hour

Frequently​ ​Asked​ ​Questions

To visit our showroom and see a fully working model of the HEATESE heating system, operating traditional radiators and convector radiators and a hot water cylinder, call us on +353 46994 6616 or email

Yes. HEATESE is capable of heating your existing steel radiators, aluminium radiators, buffer tank or underfloor heating. If your radiators are working there is no need to change anything. We simply disconnect your current boiler or heat pump and connect the plug & play HEATESE
system. There is no need to change your existing plumbing.

HEATESE comes fully assembled and includes all pumps, valves, electronics and flue. Unlike other heating systems, there is no need to buy these at additional expense. HEATESE comes in a specially designed weatherproof cabinet (or may be installed in a boiler house) and is simply connected to your existing flow and return pipes, cold water feed, and power supply.

Yes. Example: for a standard size home (2,000 sq ft / 186 sq m), HEATESE may be combined with solar photovoltaic (‘PV’) panels (1.2kW required) to meet the requirements of Part L of the Building Regulations. For further information, please contact us.

Yes. HEATESE also heats your hot water, providing you with on-demand hot water.

Yes. An average radiator holds 7 litres of water, whereas HEATESE convector radiators hold just 200 ml of water – less than 3% of the standard radiator. Far less energy is required to heat this reduced amount of water. This means reduced fuel use by the customer.

HEATESE stores its large volume of energy, and so is able to provide convector radiators with a constant supply of heat. If a room drops below your desired temperature, the convector radiator activates, gently but immediately blowing warm air into the room until the desired temperature has been reached. Other systems do not store a sufficient amount of water to operate convector radiators efficiently and effectively.

HEATESE convector radiators contain just 200 ml of water each. They circulate warm air in a room, providing instant heat and improving air circulation. In addition, they are more cost effective to buy and install; and are up to 90% more cost effective to run due to the tiny amount
of water they contain. Underfloor heating, on the other hand, uses a large mass of water which must be heated, which in turn heats the floors, which in turn heats the room. If turned off, underfloor heating can take 24-48 hours to heat floors again.

A typical size home with 11 HEATESE convector radiators will use a total of just €0.02 of electricity per week.

Yes. HEATESE has been developed and tested with heating engineers in order to make service and maintenance minimal. We have a nationwide network of supporting heating engineers.

Yes. If you wish, you can replace your current radiators or underfloor heating with more efficient HEATESE convector radiators.

In general, a heat pump will use 35-40% of its stated output ie, a 12kW heat pump will use 4.2-4.8kW per hour. At 20c per kilowatt, thats 84-96 cent per hour.

By reducing fuel use by 80%, HEATESE removes all carbon emissions that would otherwise been produced by such fuel. And when operating, HEATESE is so clean that it produces just 18 parts per million.

Solar panels containing photovoltaic (PV) cells convert sunlight directly into electricity. This electricity is then used to power appliances in your home, reducing your electricity costs. HEATESE can recommend a preferred provider.

A standard house / premises with 12 to 15 radiators would normally use (i) 2.5L of oil per hour, if using a condensing boiler or (ii) 3.5L of oil per hour, if using a non condensing boiler; versus the 0.5L that HEATESE will use. A large house / premises with 30 to 40 radiators between will use between 7 and 10 litres of oil per hour; versus the 1 to 1.5 litres that HEATESE will use.




A demonstration in the HEATESE show room can prove that a 9 convector  radiator system plus an 80 litre hot water cylinder can be kept heated constantly using no more than 0.50 of a litre of oil per hour.

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