It depends, but probably not. Fixed electrical heating shouldn't really be
on a ring main. Normally you have a separate radial circuit to each heater,
as these take a lot of current at a high duty cycle. Ring mains are usually
reserved for portable equipment and fixed equipment that either takes little
current, or large amounts for short periods.
You could get away with it if you can justify why you think it won't get
much use and won't overly load down the circuit, but I wouldn't recommend
If it is the primary heating in a room, then you really should be wiring it
up to its own circuit. A B16A radial would be appropriate. If you have
electrical heating throughout a property, you may even need to wire the
heaters to a separate phase of a multiple phase supply, as a typical 60A or
100A house supply may not be enough.
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