Supplementary electric heating for community buildings
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Community buildings like village halls, scout huts or leisure centres need careful consideration to ensure the effectiveness of heating systems. Like any building, you must consider the building fabric, insulation and glazing – not to mention the frequency that the building is in use, and by whom.
For those projects that require additional areas to be heated – exterior areas; garages; utility rooms; cupboards or corridors - Dimplex has a wide range of heating products that address these often difficult to heat areas, with market leading support services including heating system design, to help you overcome any challenges faced by community buildings.
Thermostatic Tubular Heaters
The Dimplex ECOT range of low wattage thermostatic tubular heaters, which can be floor or wall mounted, is ideal for applications which require safe background heating for localised frost protection or as window de-misters. Dimplex’s ECOT tubular heaters come in a range of six sizes/ outputs from one foot up to six foot long.
Compact, durable heaters purpose designed for reliable frost protection. Available in two models – 500W and 1000W – Cold Watcher can be used freestanding or better still be wall mounted. With steel construction it is both tough and safe to use in wet areas, so is ideal for frost protection in sheds or protecting exposed pipework.
It is low cost to run due to its energy saving thermostatic control, and has been professionally tested against the British Standard for frost protection.
A simple to use, mains wired, heater that maintains a comfortable low level of heat suitable for garages or workshops.
Slim unobtrusive 500 watt output heater designed for wall mounting at skirting board level to provide limited background heating. Great for communal rooms where these heaters can be linked together end-to-end using an accessory kit (CH0471).
Easy to install and with low to no maintenance required, these robust outdoor all weather heaters are an economical way to warm up an external work area.