Climate control and separation company Biddle has launched a sectional version of its Forceflow fan convector.
The company claims the new product makes the replacement of ‘back access’ fan convectors simple and straightforward, as its configuration can be altered to match the existing builder’s work footprint.
Designed to replace any manufacturer’s ‘back access’ fan convector unit, the design is claimed to ensures compatibility no matter what the size or configuration of the previous product. There are nine combinations in total, providing five heights ranging from 1,800mm to 2,400mm and five widths ranging from 750mm to 1,750mm.
Biddle’s marketing manager Andrew Saxon said: “Fan convectors are really popular for heating school classrooms – not only do they take a room from cold to warm in around 15 minutes but they’re also two or three times smaller than radiators, hence saving valuable wall space.
Forceflow is available in a range of heat outputs – between 3.8kW and 17.9kW for 82/71oC LPHW applications and between 3.1kW and 15.4kW for 60/40oC LPHW applications.