Evolution radiant panels keep on evolving

Published:  02 March, 2017

Dunham-Bush, radiant heating, radiant panels, space heating

Dunham-Bush’s Evolution range of radiant panel heaters has undergone significant advances in design to reduce installation time. Typifying the new design approach are the CG (ceiling grid) radiant panels, which are now viable for 15 and 24 mm T-bar systems. Additional suspension points with adjustable hanging brackets give the installer more fixing options.

A redesign of the pipework configuration has made venting and draining far easier for all models. It has also reduced the depth of the panel profile, enabling installation in confined spaces such as above plasterboard ceilings.

The FS (freely suspended) model has also undergone significant design changes to simplify installation.

The setting out and installation of CS (ceiling surface) and CW (ceiling wall) models has been simplified with the introduction of a bayonet panel-location system built into the panel edge supports.

Evolution high-security anti-ligature panels meet the standards of the National Offender Management Service for prisons and high-security buildings.

The performance of all radiant panels is guaranteed, with CS, CG and FS models meeting BS EN 14037 and the WS model meeting EN 442.

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