Zehnder develops heat system for trenches
The Zehnder Terraline
Zehnder launches a high performing trench heating system that creates heat walls in front of windows, offering fast response times and high heat output.
The Zehnder Terraline is an economical heating source offering silent operation, and designed to fit seamlessly into its surroundings.
It can be combined with additional heating and ventilating systems, including heat recovery units, ensuring maximum efficiency with minimum design restrictions.
The Zehnder Terraline forms a heat wall in front of windows creating a comfortable indoor climate.
Taking advantage of natural convection, heat is directed to where it is most needed and ensures cost effective energy usage.
Where the required outputs cannot be achieved through natural convection the performance of the Zehnder Terraline can be reinforced with fans.
The forced convection range incorporates a 3-speed fan to guarantee a high thermal output.
This enables the room to be heated quickly and efficiently, whilst continuing to maintain the design flexibility.
The Zehnder Terraline is available in a wide range of sizes to suit differing installation requirements.
The system can be used for small residential-sized projects, through medium-sized offices and showrooms to large projects such as glass fronted buildings, rooms with high ceilings and areas with floor to ceiling glazing.
Installation of the Zehnder Terraline in glass fronted buildings significantly reduces the possibility of condensation without compromising their appearance.
Manufactured from high quality aluminium, the Zehnder Terraline grilles are available in two styles, roll up or linear, and four anodised colour finishes, aluminium, black, bronze or gold, ensuring a match for any floor covering.
A range of special solutions including mitred corners, corner plates and cut-outs are also available.
Zehnder offers a comprehensive design service to help with complex specifications and are available for site visits if requested.
Zehnder has enhanced its range of architectural services to inform the Architectural, Engineering and Construction Industry in the specification and installation of its products.
Zehnder has won the 2011 CIBSE Building Performance Award for Energy-using Product with its Zehnder Carboline radiant heating and cooling panel.
Zehnder will be showing its collection of heating, cooling, ventilation and air filtration products for schools at BSEC 2011.
Zehnder offers a collection of heating, cooling and air filtration systems to meet the challenges faced when designing indoor climate solutions for new or refurbished school buildings.
The John Hope Gateway Visitor Centre at Edinburgh's Royal Botanical Gardens has been fitted with Zehnder Flatline radiant heating and cooling panels.