Concealed fan convectors for space heating

Smith's, fan convector, space heating

Smith’s Fan Convectors has added a concealed version to its range of Caspian commercial fan convectors. A range of accessories enables them to be fitted virtually anywhere and to face in any direction. Jim Smith, sales and marketing director, explained, ‘The Caspian Concealed has been developed to bring a much-requested addition to the Caspian commercial range of fan convectors. It came about following customer enquiries for large projects that need more innovative heating solutions for their existing listed buildings.’ They are compatible with any wet heating system, including heat pumps.

The fans have EC (electronically commutated) motors with variable-speed control as standard to modulate the heat output down to about 50%.

There are four main accessories that can work together in any combination to create the recessed or concealed heating-solution requirement.

There are two different inlet/outlet spigots, one with two ducts for the UVC90 and the other with three ducts to suit the UVC120.

There is a cranked duct angled at 90° for left- or right-handed use.

A 1 m straight extension duct can be used alone with additional lengths.

Air inlet and outlet grilles come in powdered white as standard, but can be changed to suit the needs of the space.

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