Climaboard skirting heating system returns

The Climaboard skirting heating system is back in production again by a new company following the demise of the previous manufacturer. A feature of the system is that it does not heat the front panel directly, so furniture can be place closer to it. With a flow temperature of 65°C, its output is over 160 W/m.

The construction comprises twin 15 mm copper tubes connected to aluminium fins by close-fitting flanged joints. Applications include homes and other buildings such as offices, restaurants, care homes, hotels and churches.

The first product to become available is the standard Climaboard ST, to be followed by Climaboard Duo with an arrangement of four parallel 15 mm copper pipes in a profile of 250 x 30 mm to deliver double the output.

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