Smith’s adds special effect to Hydroflame

Smith's Environmental Products, Hydroflame, fan convector

The Hydroflame fan convector from Smith’s Environmental Products has an improved flame effect. A mirrored panel behind the ‘flame’ provides more depth to create a more realistic and attractive focal point. The ‘flame’ window is also bigger.

The flame effect is created using an energy-saving light bulb and specially developed ribbons moved by circulating air to give the impression of a real fire. Its electrical consumption for the flame effect is less than £6 a year, based on 15 p/kWh

Hydroflame is connected to a wet central heating system. It has thermostatic control and a low surface temperature.

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