Rinnai adds more style to fan convector heaters

Published:  04 February, 2016

Rinnai, fan convector heater, space heating

Rinnaiís Energysaver 309FT fanned-convection powered-flue gas-fire space heater has had a stylish makeover with a contemporary cabinet styling. These heaters are designed for use in schools, community centres, libraries, conservatories, churches and other large spaces, where they offer rapid heat up at low cost. They are suited for architects, specifiers and installers for projects demanding top-end styling and performance.

The heat exchanger has a no-quibble 15-year guarantee.

The casing has a low surface temperature, and the heater offers easy on/off operation and intelligent features such as self diagnostics and a self-learning pre-heat time to optimise heat-up time and energy consumption.

Warm air is delivered at floor level, so the space is heated from the floor upwards for greater comfort and coverage of large spaces.

Heat output is 2.92 kW. The units have dimensions of 695 x 465 x 257 mm and are suitable for controlling from a central BMS.

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