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Jaga Low-H2O

Independently certified as the most economical radiator

Low H2O unit inside radiator casing

9% -16% more economical than average steel panel radiators

Scientific studies prove that an installation with Low-H2O radiators uses 9 to 16% less energy than a system with steel panel radiators. They are also at least 5% more economical than underfloor heating.


The smallest radiator

Lower water temperature heating systems normally require larger radiators. However, that's not the case with DBE. This makes our Low-H2O radiators with DBE the perfect partner for heat pumps.

Visual comparison of radiator sizes - with and without DBE
Scales showing difference in water held in a Jaga DBE unit compared with a traditional panel radiator

Less mass and less water

Our Low-H2O radiators use only a tenth of the water and weight of that required by standard steel panel radiators. This means faster response, better comfort and lower fuel bills


Energy savings proven by Independent laboratories

Jaga’s Low-H2O radiator has been thoroughly tested over the years by a variety of independent bodies in various countries. The Low-H2O radiator achieves the lowest carbon emission output, using the least amount of energy, time and time again. The Jaga Low-H2O radiators have proudly held this prestige for some time now.

Accompanied with its 30 year guarantee, the Low-H2O radiator provides confidence in being the most reliable solution as well as the most energy-efficient and comfortable heating solution.

It will therefore be no surprise that more than 10 million of these radiators with their innovative design have already been installed worldwide.

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Detail of DBE's superfast heat exchanger
detail of Low h20 heat exchanger

Rapidly transfers its heat to the room

The Jaga Low-H2O heat exchanger is not made of steel, but of super - fast conducting copper and aluminium, which immediately transfers its heat to the room. The advantage of this excellent conductivity increases as the water temperature falls.

The serial matrix irrigation with up to 16 copper tubes and the optimised corrugated shape of the aluminium fins maximises heat transfer from the central heating water to the air. As soon as the thermostatic valve opens, the heat is quickly, evenly and accurately distributed throughout the room.