Chameleon is the changing face of air curtains
Published:  14 August, 2005

The Chameleon warm-air curtain from Diffusion is described as offering an aesthetic solution for lobbies and entrance areas.

These units can be produced in a range of shapes and finishes. Circular, elliptical, triangular and rectangular are some examples of the shapes.

Finishes include polished steel, brushed steel, stainless steel, marble effect and wood laminates — all in a vast range of colours.

Chameleon units can be hung vertically or horizontally as required.

Heating can be by LPHW or electricity. There are two outputs — 9 and 12 kW. Each model has high and low settings with air volumes from 340 to 520 l/s. Optional extras include a low-water-temperature cut-off switch, manual/summer time switch and a room thermostat for remote fitting on site.




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