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Each convector is dimensionally defined by its width, length and height. The dimensions of each convector can be found in the "Dimensions and connections" section.
Depending on the dimensions, the convector is equipped with a certain type of heat exchanger and fan. Hence its heat output, given in Watts. The heat output varies depending on the temperature gradient. This indicates the inlet water temperature / outlet water temperature / desired room temperature. The most commonly used temperature gradient is 75/65/20 °C.
The temperature gradient, expressed in degrees Celsius, consists of three parameters: inlet water temperature / outlet water temperature / desired room temperature. Depending on this temperature gradient, the performance of the convector is determined. The most commonly used temperature gradient is 75/65/20 °C. Is the temperature gradient not suitable for you? Use the conversion calculator on our website.
The ducts of the convectors can be made of different materials. The most common is double-sided galvanized sheet painted in RAL 9005 black. There is also brushed stainless steel sheet according to DIN 1.4301. For pool environments, stainless steel sheet according to DIN 1.4404 is used. The duct can also be supplied with a set for height adjustment of the convector. Another option is the installation of flanges for external air supply.
In terms of type, the grille can be
1. Roll-up (transverse)
the slats together with the spacer rings are strung on a spring
suitable for all slat materials and all types and sizes of convectors
2. Rigid (linear, longitudinal)
made of duralumin or stainless steel slats only
supplied together with the grid support
cannot be used for convectors with fans (F1S, F2C, F2V, F4C, F4V)