Well featured air curtain comes with economical price

Published:  05 July, 2017

Thermoscreens, air curtains

Thermoscreens’ Compact-2 air curtain offers energy efficiency, options for BMS integration, a stylish design and ease of installation and maintenance — all at an economical price. Features include weather-compensated control. A key improvement is that the inlet grille is concealed from view to provide a neater and more streamlined look and avoid them looking unsightly from dirt deposits before they are cleaned.

There is a choice of Ecopower remote controllers which control fan speed to ensure that the correct air velocity is delivered for effective climate separation.

There are surface-mounted and recessed options.

An adjustable rail-hanging system makes for ease of installation. A range of single unit sizes fits doors up to 2.5 m wide.

Noise levels have been reduced by 5 dB(A) by a new fan design and the top inlet grille ensuring that half the noise generated moves upwards and is absorbed by the ceiling.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2017, 175

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