Trench heating is a solution for projects that takes away the need to have standard radiators on the wall.
Trenches are incorporated into the design of a building within the floorspace, usually around the perimeters. These will accommodate the convector unit.
These trench requirements should be made as part of your house design with your architect prior to building consent.
The convector unit is connected up to the heating system and finished with the one key design feature – the grille.
The system uses either natural convection or fan assistance to heat the entire room from floor to ceiling. Fan assisted models are the ideal companion for heat pump systems running at low flow temperatures.
With up to 27 grille finishes to choose from, our trench heaters can match the aesthetics of any space.
Trench Heating Technology
Trench heating is the ideal solution for projects requiring an alternative to having radiators on the wall.
They are ideally positioned in front of doors i.e. bi-fold doors, double doors or glazed facades where there is a potential for a higher heat loss or draught.
Our trench heaters have the ability to be joined together, in-line or at right angles thus allowing high outputs to be achieved while creating a seamless finish keeping it aesthetically pleasing.
To keep with the aesthetics, our range of grille options is vast so can be matched to suit any floor type from wood to tiles to carpet.
For spaces with large windows, glazed facades, conservatories, display windows and offices.
Trench heating is the perfect solution for multi-storey buildings and system floors.
Our trench heaters can be custom made to suit any project of any size. They have the ability to be joined together, in-line or at right angles thus allowing high outputs to be achieved while creating a seamless finish keeping it aesthetically pleasing.
Contact us Red Dwarf for information regarding our commercial range of trench heaters