Envirotec launches range of air curtains

Published:  10 November, 2010

Envirotec has added four air curtains to its Envirotec range. They are made in the UK and available as heat-pump and hot-water versions. The heat-pump versions are optimised for use with Toshiba high-efficiency digital inverter heat pumps and equipped with a remote controller for fan speed and heat output. Each air curtain is available in lengths from 1 to 3 m and suitable for mounting at heights from 2.2 to 3 m. Heating capacities range from 1.5 to 28 kW for heat-pump versions and 14 to 47.5 kW for hot-water versions. Externally, these four new models offer very different styles to complement a wide range of architectural designs. Standard finish is a gloss white powder coat, but bespoke finishes are available. Types A and B (B is illustrated) have a top-mounted filter and can be mounted on a wall or suspended on drop rods. Type C is designed to be recessed into a ceiling so that only the grille and access panel are visible Type D is a low-profile model that can be mounted on a wall or ceiling or suspended.

Envirotec has added four air curtains to its Envirotec range. They are made in the UK and available as heat-pump and hot-water versions. The heat-pump versions are optimised for use with Toshiba high-efficiency digital inverter heat pumps and equipped with a remote controller for fan speed and heat output.

Each air curtain is available in lengths from 1 to 3 m and suitable for mounting at heights from 2.2 to 3 m. Heating capacities range from 1.5 to 28 kW for heat-pump versions and 14 to 47.5 kW for hot-water versions.

Externally, these four new models offer very different styles to complement a wide range of architectural designs. Standard finish is a gloss white powder coat, but bespoke finishes are available.

Types A and B (B is illustrated) have a top-mounted filter and can be mounted on a wall or suspended on drop rods.

Type C is designed to be recessed into a ceiling so that only the grille and access panel are visible

Type D is a low-profile model that can be mounted on a wall or ceiling or suspended.

For more information on this story, click here: November 10, 162

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