The new NFC4N and NTE4N panel heaters feature a slim line, space saving design which is available pre-flexed, allowing for quicker installation.
In addition, the units’ innovative wall bracket allows the heaters to hinge forward for easy cleaning and decorative purposes.
With a splash proof IP 24 rating, the NOBO models are suitable for a variety of residential applications including bedrooms and conservatories.
The NFC4N and NTE4N heaters also both come with a two year guarantee.
The electric panel heaters come with a choice of two control units, sold separately, including a single comfort thermostat with simplified operation using one slider for comfort temperature, along with a programmable timer featuring a digital display.
The NOBO NTE4N convector heat with top air outlet comes in five models, offering 750W – 2000W outputs, whilst the NOBO NFC4N offers a front air outlet and is available in six models from 500W up to 2000W.
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