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Kitchen Plinth Heaters

Hydronic Plinth Heaters

A highly energy efficient fan convector that fits into a plinth of a kitchen unit eliminating the need for conventional radiators. This brings considerable space saving to allow you to design your kitchen. Hydronic  kitchen plinth heater are predominantly used in domestic applications where the plinth mounting feature makes it ideal for heating kitchens,utility rooms and bathrooms. Kitchen plinth heaters are also suitable for certain non domestic applications such as office reception areas, changing rooms, libraries and small convenience shops.

All of our Hydronic kitchen plinth heater models connects straight into your central heating system. Classic models comes with two speed option and integral temperatures switch to activated the heater when the central heating system comes on.

Thermix plinth heaters comes in 4 different output modes (1.5kW, 1.8kw, 2.1kW & 2.4kW) and four different colour options (white, silver, Black & Brushed stainless steel).

Operation of the unit

The heater automatically switches on and off whenever the central heating system is running. As soon as the water temperature flowing through the plinth heater reaches above 38°C the internal sensor switches on . Once this happens air is drawn by the fan and blown through the heat exchanger producing warm air  into the room.

If you need more heat all you do is switch the fan to boost which will push more hot air into the room. This kitchen plinth heater is a very easy to install. It can free up more usable space for kitchen units where an old existing radiator may have been fitted.

With help of low water content in the heat exchanger and the fan convector technology provides much quicker heating to the space. Such a low water content give very minimal residual heat when the heating goes off.

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