What is a Fan Assisted Trench Radiator?
A fan assisted trench radiator, also known as a fan convector, is a type of heating device that is used in trench heating systems. It is a radiator that contains a fan or blower, which helps to circulate hot air more quickly and efficiently around a room.
The fan or blower is usually located inside the radiator, and it is powered by electricity. As hot water or air flows through the radiator, the fan blows the hot air out into the room, creating a convection current that helps to distribute the heat more evenly. Fan-assisted trench radiators are typically more powerful than standard trench radiators, making them suitable for larger rooms or spaces with high heat loss.
Fan convector trench radiators can be controlled by a thermostat or a timer, allowing the user to adjust the temperature or switch the system on and off automatically. They are often used in commercial buildings or large residential properties, where a high output of heat is required to maintain comfortable temperatures.