‘Car SOS’ combats the cold with warm-air heating

Combat, space heating, unit heaters, warm air heating

When the hit television show ‘Car SOS’ decided to relocate to larger premises, it opted for the installation of Combat suspended warm-air heaters to maintain a comfortable workshop temperature.

The system installed in the 6000 ft2 building was a CTUA60, which was complemented with the use of a Combat energy-saving de–stratification fan to redirect heat back to working level.

With energy saving in mind, the unit also installed the NRG controller.

For more information on this story, click here: Feb 2017, 201
Related links:
Related articles:



modbs tv logo

CIBSE team awarded BEIS contract for new guidance for large heat pump installations in non-domestic buildings

CIBSE are working with an authoring team from Arup and a cross-industry steering group on a contract awarded by BEIS to produce new guidance on the installation of heat pumps in larger non-residential buildings.

Supply chain issues still affecting construction output

Glenigan’s November Construction Index indicates continued decline, countering positive expectations of an autumn recovery