Cabinet heaters redesigned

Published:  10 May, 2010

Powrmatic has updated and upgraded its VPC cabinet heaters to simplify installation and improve energy efficiency.

Heads on one side of the heater are now on extensions so they are higher than heads on the other side and direct warm air over the top of them — enabling heaters to be positioned against a wall. One side of these heaters has no louvres, enabling it to be positioned against a wall.

Outputs range from 15.7 kW at low fire to 135 kW. The 4-pass tubular heat exchange is similar to that used in the NV range.

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