Ceiling fan convector

Published:  05 May, 2016

Smith's Environmental Products, fan convector, ceiling, space heating

The Caspian Skyline CT60 ceiling fan convector from Smith’s Fan Convectors fits into a 600 mm-square suspended ceiling and provides easy access for installation and maintenance. It has been developed using EC motor technology, so it is efficient, quiet to run and simple to maintain. Its grille is flush with the ceiling.

Heat outputs are up to 5.1 kW.

Jim Bennett of Smith’s explains, ‘The Caspian Skyline was developed because a number of clients had responded favourably to one of our existing ceiling products and requested a more aesthetically sympathetic version that could be installed and maintained easily. The Caspian Skyline is available from all good merchants.’

For more information on this story, click here: May 2016, 167

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