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ThermoSphere Convector Panel Heater

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ThermoSphere Convector Panel Heater
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ManufacturerThermoSphere Delta RatingT50
MaterialMild Steel Pipe Centres (mm)NA
Wall to Face (mm)NA Wall to Pipe Centre (mm)NA
HEAT OUTPUT (BTU'S)1001-2000 BTU's, 3001-4000 BTU's, 5001-6000 BTU's, 6001-7000 BTU's Heat Output (Watts)0-500 Watts, 501-1000 Watts, 1001-1500 Watts, 1501-2000 Watts
Range Height401mm - 500mm
  • The Ecodesign Lot 20 compliant convector panel heater is ideal for rooms that are only occasionally used but require instant heat when occupied. Using a convection heating method to warm rooms up to 18m2 and wired directly to the mains, these convector panel heaters are a cost effective and practical heating alternative.
  • The convector panel heaters come with everything you need for an easy installation. Rated as IP24 (splash protection), these convector panel heaters can even be installed in bathrooms but must be installed outside of Zone 1 or Zone 2 areas. In more humid areas such as kitchens or bathrooms, the power socket must be installed a minimum of 25cm above the floor.
  • The intuitive control panel with LCD display makes setting up your convector panel heater simple. Easily navigate through the heating modes including comfort, economy and frost-free to customise your heating experience.

     
 

Important:

  • Manual temperature setting.
  • Overheat protection.
  • Anti-frost protection.
  • Aluminium heat exchange fins.
  • Open window and door detection.
     

Which Valves do I need?

Choosing your radiator valves can be a little confusing here is a guide for you to find the correct valves for your radiator:

  • Pipe work is coming out of the floor and the radiator has side connections you will need a set of Angled valves.
  • Pipe work is coming out of the floor and the radiator has underneath connections you will need a set of Straight valves.
  • Pipe work is coming out of the wall and the radiator has side connections you will need a set of either Angled valves or Corner valves.
  • Pipe work is coming out of the wall and the radiator has underneath connections you will need a set of either Angled valves or Corner valves.
 

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