Creda revitalises its commercial heating portfolio

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Creda has relaunched its extensive portfolio of commercial space-heating applications. The emphasis is on energy efficiency, reliable performance and convenience — and the entire portfolio is backed with comprehensive technical and design support services.

Warm-air heating is provided by the TSF Turbo commercial fan storage heater range, the 3 kW SolFan high-level fan heater for smaller commercial applications and SolScreen warm-air curtains (pictured).

The TSF range is rated from 3.4 to 5.7 kW. Up to 40% of the total stored heat is retained after 17 h, enabling the thermostatically controlled 2-speed fan to deliver rapid and uniform heat.

There are two SolScreen models rated at 3 and 4.5 kW.

Wall-mounted or ceiling-hung SolSlim radiant heaters have outputs of 2 and 3 kW and are applicable to larger commercial buildings and factories.

Creda also offers long-wave (SolWave) and short-wave (SolQuartz) radiant heaters.

SolQuartz infra-red heaters are up to 90% efficient and available with ratings of 1.5, 3 and 4.5 kW.

SolWave heaters have ceramic elements that do not glow and are available in ratings of 2, 3 and 4.5 kW.

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