The Smiths Ecovector HL 2300 High Level Hydronic Fan Convector offers safety due to it's low surface temperature, and energy efficiency thanks to fan convector technology.
Suitable for use with traditional boiler-fed systems as well as renewable technology such as heat pumps, the Smiths Ecovector HL 2300 High Level Hydronic Fan Convector is quiet in operation, as well as being fast and responsive to change.
Fitted unobtrusively above head height, the Ecovector High Level range utilises dead wall space for ease of siting.
HOW DOES HYDRONIC FAN CONVECTION WORK?
Fan convectors require connection to a wet central heating system and an electrical connection to run the fan.
Hot water passes through the heat exchanger and heat is transfered to the aluminium fins.
Cooler air is drawn in and heated before being expelled back into the room.
This technology uses, on average, less than 2p of electricity per day.
It means that a more even temperature gets distributed and the room will be heated much faster than a traditional panel radiator.
Smiths Ecovector HL 2300 High Level Hydronic Fan Convector Features:
- No top or side clearances required
- Unit must be earthed
- Suitable for two-pipe central heating systems
- Unit needs to be installed no more than 2.1m above the floor
- Simple to operate
- Two rocker switches: normal/off/boost, heating/fan-only
Smiths Ecovector HL 2300 High Level Hydronic Fan Convector Specs:
Normal Heat Output at 50°C (kW)
Normal Heat Output at 50°C (BTU)
Boost Heat Output at 50°C (kW)
Boost Heat Output at 50°C (BTU)
Approx Room Size (m?)
Smiths Ecovector HL 2300 High Level Hydronic Fan Convector Suitability:
Suitable for Room D: Kitchen or Utility Room
This product would be most beneficial when installed in a kitchen or utility room situation domestically.
Suitable for Room F: Conservatory
This product would be most beneficial when installed in a conservatory situation domestically.
Suitable for Room G: Home Office or Study
This product would be most beneficial when installed in a home office or study situation domestically.
Highly Energy Efficient
Independent tests have shown that fan convectors use at least 24% less energy than radiators for room heating.
They also use 5% of the water content of an equivalent output radiator - therefore the room heats up faster and response to changing conditions is quicker.
Compatible with Central Heating System
Fan convectors work efficiently within central heating systems regardless of whether they are connected to a traditional boiler-fed system or renewable technology such as a heat pump.
Help Improve SAP Ratings
In accordance with the Code for Sustainable Homes, fan convectors assist in improving the SAP rating of a home and is similar in efficiency to underfloor heating.
Low Surface Temperature
Fan convectors have very low surface temperatures and are not hot to the touch, unlike traditional radiators. This means that fan convectors are perfectly safe around children and the elderly.
Compact and Small
Fan convectors are considerably smaller than radiators of an equivalent output.
They are designed to be installed in dead spaces - so the room does not have to be designed around the heating.