Myson renewable heat emitters on show at Plumb Center

Myson, heat emitter, space heating, radiator, fan convector

Myson ULOW-E2 (pictured) and iVector heat emitters are on display in the new branch of Plumb Center at Falkirk. The branch is also Scotland’s first renewables training centre. The Myson products are described as perfect for installers involved in highly energy-efficient projects.

These Myson products are specifically designed to work with low-temperature water-heating systems. The ULOW-E2 can work as a conventional radiator or activate built-in fans to increase heat output.

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