Fan convectors bring fresh air into schools

Dunham-Bush offers a range of fan convectors that are designed to meet ventilation requirements for schools. They include a fresh-air inlet with modulating dampers that are controlled by CO2 levels. They heat incoming fresh air and are equipped with frost-protection and thermostats.

There are two flow-level floor-standing or wall-mounted models. There is also a ceiling version for use over windows and one taller model.

Each version is available in five sizes and has EC motors. They are ideally used with condensing boilers and have a washable filter. They can be integrated with all BMSs to control heat output, fan speed, warm-up times, CO2 levels and to boost heating and other functions.

The all-metal construction is of sheet steel with rounded metal corners and grilles. They have secure access panels.

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