We have made some changes to the grc Wave pages to show more customer photos, rather than studio shots. We do think these are more relevant and real for potential customers to see as there are many photoshop type photos on the internet today. Please find below the amended pages which of course can also be seen on the website.
grc Wave Designs
grc Wave red – customer image
We originally discovered the grc Wave product to the UK market and started selling them in 2009, and are the original supplier for the product.
The glass is quite thick at 13mm, the glass has square corners with no visible fixings on the front so it gives a clean uncluttered look. The fixing brackets are hidden behind the panel onto a steel plate that is bonded across the back of the glass with the heating element in it. In comparison to some other types of solid colour radiators the product feels like a good quality product without any compromise in quality.
The other attribute is that the mirror version is available, as well as some options made from solid marble.
Customer photo grc Wave opal frost (office environment)
We can provide a wireless control version which uses the same controller as the Thermovit. The remote controlled is the best option to have as it maintains room temperature. The temperature required in the room is programmed into the remote control unit which may fix to a wall, and this unit will vary the output of the radiator in order to maintain the room temperature.
Customer photo grc Wave black with towel rail
The remote controlled version is also cheaper to run as the radiator will switch off if not required therefore saving energy.
Care must be chosen to select enough radiator panels to heat the correct amount of space in the room, it is always better to have more radiators than to few, as then the remote control unit will be able to maintain the ambient room temperature more easily than the to few radiators being on at maximum all of the time.
Solid colour glass panels
grc Wave green
Glass radiant panels are intended primarily for the heating of living spaces, the grc Wave radiators are produced from 13mm thick tempered glass, a heating element, a limiting thermostat and a supply cable.
grc Wave Glass panel with a Towel Rail
The grc Wave panel with a towel rail is intended for bathrooms, where they fulfil not only the function of a dedicated radiant heater but also of a very stylish hand towel dryer. The optional chrome towel rail is for hanging a hand towel or bath towel. The towel rail is only available in a couple of sizes and so can only be used vertically /portrait and not horizontally.
grc Wave mirror version.
The mirror version is our best priced mirror, all of the styles are available with or without the towel rail, so it is ideal for a bathroom. The customer below however wanted to use the mirrors to maximize the light in his main living room and so put two of the larger sizes we do side by side and the end result is very effective.
Customer photo grc Wave mirror version.
grc Wave Marble version
grc Wave marble version
The marble panel is made from 3cm of polished marble board. The panel is intended for fixed installation on a wall. As it is a natural material, deviations in the colour or in the structure make each radiator unique. It is possible to hang the panels width-wise or height-wise; mounting brackets are included within the price.
The grc Wave is designed to be wall mounted and has a special plate fixed to the back which houses the brackets. There are no surface fittings at all.
grc Wave back panel
This customer was concerned about the strength of his stud wall and so made a steel bar bracket to run across the plasterboard, with the brackets fitting through it. The larger radiators are quite heavy so this was quite a good idea. The fixing strap is completely hidden behind the radiator.
grc Wave mounting onto a stud wall