Convectors offer efficient heating in a compact format. Architecture with open floor plans and large window areas sets special demands on heating. With fewer wall surfaces to install radiators on and large glass sections that require heat to prevent cold draft, convectors are the optimal solution. Small, efficient and with elegant design, convectors are able to meet large heating needs. The convector range is wide with great opportunity for flexible solutions.
Convectors are adapted for modern, hydronic heating systems. The steel makes the convector more robust for the public environment. Plinth convectors fit in front and under windows or submerged in floors. Convectors give a lot of power in compact size.
Trench convectors are available with or without integrated fan as well as with both heating and cooling function in water-borne central heating systems. Trench convectors are a hidden heating solution that fits perfectly in front of large windows.
One advantage of infloor convectors is that they do not build up the floor as much as, for example, underfloor heating. This means that infloor convectors can be installed in most places in both private homes and in public environments.
Trench Fan Convectors
Floor fan convectors are available with or without integrated fan as well as with both heating and cooling function. In most buildings you can do without a fan if the idea is to prevent cold draft only, and there is a supplement in the form of any ordinary radiator or underfloor heating. Many people still choose a convector with adjustable fan, because you can get up to four times more heat output even though the very quiet fan is only a few watts.
A further plus is that infloor fan convectors do not build up the floor as much as, for example, underfloor heating. This means that they can be installed in most places in both private homes and in public environments.
In addition to its range of fan coil units, Purmo Group also proposes various accessories and components to satisfy a variety of installation and temperature control needs, whether separate or centralised. Condensate collection trays, plenums and air distribution fittings. On-board ambient thermostats, either analogue or digital, with or without control via minimum thermostat or probe; On/Off or 0-10V motorised valve kit. Various digital ambient thermostats and IdroLAN System for “Master-Slave” centralised management.