Dimplex expands its range of commercial heating products

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Among a host of new products from Dimplex is the IAB range of industrial air curtains, which can be mounted at a height of 6 m.
Dimplex has added new industrial and architectural air curtains and compact commercial fan heaters to its range of electric heating products for the commercial market. The IAB range of industrial air curtains delivers a high-performance air stream for applications like warehouse doors, factory loading bays and distribution centres. They can be specified in widths of 1 and 1.5 m, and several units can be linked for wider doorways. They can be installed at heights up to 6 m. Designed for architect-led applications where contemporary appearance is important is the bespoke range of ARC air curtains. Units can be installed horizontally above the opening or vertically alongside. Finishes are brushed or polished stainless or painted to customer requirement. Customer options on the popular CAB and DAB air curtains have been increased with a new painting service. Surface-mounted air curtains can be fully colour coded, and ceiling grilles on recessed models painted for an individual finish. Also new is the PFH range of fan heaters for applications such as garages, workshops, offices and store rooms. They have a heat output of 3 kW and thermostatic control. One of the two models has a wall-mounted remote control.
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