As others have said most of these modules will handle a few Amps max not 13 A or 26A if you're using both sockets to there max. The other thing to note is your looking at metal front plate, if you did find a smart insert that ran the higher load you would NEED to make sure the back box was a 47mm fast fix plastic box. For them Rexel Senet own brand (which is made by click scolmore) seem to be the better ones for different wall types. The other issue would be that you would turn the both of them ON/OFF rather than individual socket control.
You other options are as above with plug in sockets, I can see why people don't like this. Or the only smart ZigBee sockets that I can find and have my self is the aurora AONE sockets. These are supported by hubitat, but I would recommend getting their hub as well to update their firmware. They are not cheap though but because of the above they are plastic.
If you went for them I would try and contact them directly to get a better price on bulk.