Reznor, part of Nortek Global HVAC (UK) Limited, has continued its tradition of manufacturing high efficiency heating equipment with the FSE range of cabinet heaters.
These heaters deliver exceptional performance in terms of efficiency and the potential to reduce energy costs.
The FSE range of cabinet heaters combine innovative design with proven heat exchanger technology, providing a high efficiency cost effective and durable range.
The units may be specified for either free blowing applications or for use with ductwork.
Gas red cabinet heaters are suitable for use with Natural Gas (G20), most units can also be specified for Propane (G31) Oil fired cabinet heaters are suitable for use with Class D gas oil (35 sec), most units can also be specified for Kerosene (28 sec oil).
Oil red cabinets are supplied complete with factory fitted re valve and oil filter
Vertical freestanding models are available from 40kW to 300kW.
Nortek Global HVAC UK,
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