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CK 20 Trend LCD Manual

The CK 20 Trend LCD rapid heater is an affordable solution that generates the required heat directly. A power outlet is all that’s required for electrical connection. The user-friendly position of the programming unit enables easy access to temperature control. The CK 20 Trend LCD rapid heater fits into the smallest of recesses.

CNS S Direct Heater Manual

The CNS S is a wall mounted electric direct heater. The appliance is suitable as a full heating system in bathrooms, and as a booster heater in smaller rooms, such as the lobby and guest rooms. The air in the appliance is heated by a heating element and expelled via natural convection through the air outlet grille at the top. Cool room air flows through the apertures at the bottom of the appliance.

CON Premium Wall Mounted Convector Heater Manual

The appliance is a wall mounted electric direct heater. The appliance is suitable for use as a stand-alone heating system, or can be used in spring and autumn and as a booster heater in smaller rooms. The air inside the appliance is heated by a heating element and expelled via natural convection through the air discharge at the top. Cool indoor air is drawn in through the air intake on the underside of the appliance. When the set room temperature is reached, it is maintained by periodic heating.

Direct Heaters

You’d like your bathroom a little warmer in the morning? That’s one of the jobs a direct heater is best for. However, they are also an appealing option for heating spaces that are rarely used, or lack a heater of their own. For this additional comforting warmth, all you need is a power outlet. With minimal investment, appropriate appliances can create a pleasant atmosphere that you will soon not want to be without!

CNS Trend Convector Heater Manual

The appliance is a wall mounted electric direct heater. The appliance is suitable for use as a stand-alone heating system, or can be used in spring and autumn and as a booster heater in smaller rooms. The air inside the appliance is heated by a heating element and expelled via natural convection through the air discharge at the top. Cool indoor air is drawn in through the air intake on the underside of the appliance. When the set room temperature is reached, it is maintained by periodic heating.


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