User-friendly electric panel heating solutions from NOBO

  • 26 Aug 2015

The new NFC4N and NTE4N panel heaters feature a slim line, space saving design which is available pre-flexed, allowing for quicker installation.

The electric panel heaters have been designed with comfort in mind

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.

Designed for comfort

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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