Heat emitters also take control of fresh air
These fan convectors from Dunham Bush introduce a controlled volume of heated fresh air to the space they serve.
Dunham Bush’s AM88 fan convector introduces preheated fresh air to the space at the appropriate volumes, irrespective of weather conditions. The same facility is also available with Avant-garde fan convectors, optimised for use with condensing boilers, and the recently introduced LST range of fan convectors. The concept uses a fresh-air spigot to overcome the problems associated with passive fresh-air supply, which can be affected by temperature and atmospheric conditions. Carbon-dioxide sensors can be used to control the supply of fresh air and save energy when occupancy levels are low. These fan convectors can also be used to cool the building overnight in summer Heating is supplied by a hot-water coil or single-phase electricity . There are models for floor, wall and ceiling mounting in a range of finishes and casing lengths.
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