Smith’s adds to Caspian range of fan convectors

Published:  03 May, 2017

Smith's Environmental Products, space heating, fan convector

Caspian FF fan convector heaters from Smith’s Environmental Products are suitable for a host of commercial applications — from churches to office buildings. Described as the ‘chameleon of fan convectors’, the Caspian FF discreetly blends in with all room styles. Standard colour is white, with any other colour to special order.

There are five models, with the largest having an output of 19.2 kW with a flow temperature of 80°C. There is the option of AC or EC motors for optimum operational efficiency and compatibility with a BMS. There is a range of additional controls and accessories to support any project that requires further technical components.

A matching black or white plinth can be purchased as an accessory, and units can be ordered with anti-microbial or antibacterial paint finishes for high-traffic areas where hygiene is important — such as schools, hospitals or doctors’ surgeries.

For more information on this story, click here: May 2017, 166

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