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MYSON FAN CONVECTORS. BROCHURE & TECHNICAL GUIDE AUGUST 2013

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ULOW-E2. TECHNOLOGY IN MOTION.

ULTRA EFFICIENT. ULTRA STYLISH. ULTRA INTELLIGENT. The NEW ULOW-E2 is an innovative low water temperature radiator combined with our latest E2 heating technology. The result is a unique heating concept that provides high heat outputs through enhanced convection, utilising in-built fan technology, without any compromise on style.

Technology


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ULOW-E2

ULOW-E2.

Introducing the ultra unique ULOW-E2. ULOW-E2 is a low water temperature radiator with in-built fans for enhanced convection, enabling heat sources to operate at their most energy efficient settings. A combination of radiant heat from its water filled panels, plus enhanced convection from in-built fans, mean that the ULOW-E2 produces high heat outputs and rapidly achieves indoor comfort even with lower water temperatures.


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ULOW-E2

Low temperature compatible

Central connection technology

The ULOW-E2 provides enhanced convection

The central connection system is easy to

via in-built fans. This enables heat sources to

install and provides significant benefits. This

operate at their most energy efficient settings.

extremely

The result is a heating concept that can

planning and installation freedom. Once in

provide high heat outputs even at lower water

operation it will help the room feel warmer,

temperatures.

faster by distributing hot water from the top

clever

idea

gives

complete

of the ULOW-E2 downwards. State-of-the-art design The ULOW-E2 is a very stylish, flat panel

Summer breeze effect

design radiator with attractive round holed

During the summer months the summer

grille and sophisticated control panel.

breeze of the ULOW-E2 provides gentle air

Available in black and white, it will add a

movement to create a pleasant breeze effect.

modern look and stylish feel to any room. Intelligent controls The

E2

technology

automatically

and

intelligently controls operation of the in-built fans to ensure maximum performance. The

For more information visit

intelligence behind the ULOW-E2 means

www.e2-technology.co.uk

that the fans will only operate when they

or scan the QR code.

are required.

Performance Data. Model

ULOW 040

ULOW 060

ULOW 080

ULOW 100

ULOW 120

ULOW 140

ULOW 160

Operation Mode Static Comfort Boost Static Comfort Boost Static Comfort Boost Static Comfort Boost Static Comfort Boost Static Comfort Boost Static Comfort Boost

Heat Output (Watts) ΔT10

ΔT15

ΔT20

ΔT25

ΔT30

ΔT35

74 125 147 111 188 220 148 250 294 185 312 367 222 374 440 259 436 514 296 499 587

126 197 231 189 296 345 252 394 461 315 493 576 378 591 690 441 689 806 504 788 921

184 272 317 276 409 475 368 545 634 460 681 792 552 817 950 644 953 1109 736 1090 1267

247 350 407 371 527 609 494 702 813 618 877 1016 741 1052 1218 865 1227 1422 988 1403 1624

314 430 498 471 647 746 628 862 996 785 1077 1244 942 1292 1492 1099 1507 1741 1256 1723 1989

385 512 591 577 770 886 770 1026 1182 962 1281 1476 1154 1537 1771 1346 1793 2067 1539 2051 2361

PLEASE NOTE: ULOW-E2 should be sized based on comfort mode outputs.

NB. Static mode runs without fans. For BTUs multiply Watts by 3.412.

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Contents

CONTENTS.

Modern heating solutions

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General specifications

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Design considerations

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KICKSPACE®

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KICKSPACE Electric

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Accessories

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Technical information

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iVECTOR

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iVECTOR 2-pipe

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iVECTOR 4-pipe

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Accessories

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Technical information

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HI-LINE

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HI-LINE RC

32

HI-LINE Super RC

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HI-LINE LV

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Technical information

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LO-LINE

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LO-LINE RC

40

Technical information

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SLIM-LINE

41

SLIM-LINE RC

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Technical information

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KICKSPACE Hydronic KICKSPACE 12V (Low Voltage) KICKSPACE Duo

In accordance with our policy of continual product improvement we reserve the right to amend the specification of these products or discontinue products without prior notification. We have compiled the content of this literature to the best of our knowledge. Any typographical, clerical or other error or emission in any literature issued by us will be subject to correction without liability being incurred by us. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced by any means without prior written consent. Please note: due to print restrictions exact colour match is not always possible, however every effort has been made to ensure as much accuracy as possible.

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Moder n Heating Solutions

In the UK today, we consume vast quantities of energy in our buildings. For example, the power we use to heat our homes and provide us with hot water alone accounts for more than 20% of our national CO2 emissions!

MODERN HEATING SOLUTIONS.

In today’s world of growing environmental concerns and rising fuel prices it is clear that the challenge for modern heating solutions is how to provide indoor comfort in the most energy efficient way possible.

Compact in size and suitable for use with traditional boilers and heat pumps, fan convectors give high outputs where space is limited. Accurate, responsive and controllable heat is ensured through integral thermostats on wall mounted products and a selection of fan speeds on plinth heater models. MYSON’S range of fan convectors has also been designed with ease of installation in mind. They can be installed as easily as a normal radiator with the simple addition of an electrical connection. One person alone can do the work quickly. There is no need to seek assistance! Our fan convectors provide original and practical solutions to modern heating requirements by offering features and advantages that are not always available from traditional emitters.


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Moder n Heating Solutions

Four steps to energy efficiency. MYSON recommends a ‘four step’ approach to designing an energy efficient heating solution. Step

1

Heat pump

Insulation Check

Around 50% of the heat lost in a typical building is through the walls and loft. An essential starting point is always to ensure that sensible insulation decisions have been taken. Is loft and cavity wall insulation in place? Are doors and windows double glazed? Step

2

Biomass/wood

Heat Loss Calculation

The likely heat loss in a room, based on the size of walls and windows plus number of doors etc., should be calculated for every room in a building. The amount of heat loss will vary and, therefore, the same size of heat emitter will

Local/district heating

not be ideal for every room! Step

3

Heat Source Choice

The list of potential heat sources is growing rapidly and includes the options listed right. Individual choices need to be made, based on personal values and

Oil

the costs and benefits associated with each available heat source. Step

4

Heat Emitter Selection

Only MYSON offer a complete selection of heat emitters and controls. Whatever your choice of heat source, MYSON can supply a wide choice of radiators, towel warmers, underfloor heating, fan convectors and electric heaters that will work efficiently and reliably with your system.

Gas

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General Specifications

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS.

Approval and certification 2

2

2

All MYSON fan convectors are manufactured to the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001 and the factory is certified to the environmental standard BS EN ISO 14001. All products are tested to comply with European safety standards and are CE marked as well as carrying national approval marks, where appropriate. MYSON fan convectors carry a 2 year parts and labour warranty. Effective heating To achieve the best possible results, the correct output requirement needs to be calculated. For optimal positioning and size of heat emitter please consult a qualified plumber or heating installer for advice. A heatloss manager CD can be ordered free of charge from Customer Services. Performance All MYSON fan convector heat outputs are tested to BS 4856 Part 1 for heating and Part 2 for cooling performance. Sound levels are independently tested by Sound Research Laboratories to EN 23741 and for iVECTOR ISO 3741. Paint finish Wall mounted fan convectors are finished with a White (RAL 9016) powder coating, while the KICKSPACE 速 grilles are available in White (supplied with the unit) or Brown, Black, Brushed Stainless Steel, Chrome and Aluminium which can be purchased separately. Packaging All fan convectors are packed in robust cardboard packaging specially designed to ensure the product reaches you in perfect condition. Accessories At MYSON we take care of every detail and there is a variety of accessories available for the fan convector range of products, including wall switches and KICKSPACE 速 facia grilles. For further details, please consult the technical section of this brochure.


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Design Considerations

DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS.

System design for fan convectors

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be connected to central heating systems in the same way as radiators,

Fan convectors should only be used on closed circulation, two pipe, pump assisted central heating systems.

Fan convectors are intended to l

Fan convectors should be correctly sized to match the heat loss requirement of the room with the unit operating at its lowest fan speed.

and offer advantages and benefits not

available

from

traditional

emitters. To ensure optimum fan convector performance, great care

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The heating system must be capable of providing sufficient hot water through the heat exchanger. This means that: l

The minimum pipe size should be 15mm.

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Fan convectors are not suitable for use on microbore pipework.

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Fan convectors are not suitable for one-pipe systems.

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Where the unit is fitted onto a system with other emitters, a separate circuit

must be taken to ensure that the choice of unit and the heating system design are considered. The following factors must be taken into consideration:

for the fan convector should be considered to ensure an adequate water flow through it. l

The heating system water temperature must be greater than ≥32°C for heating mode. Heater/Cooler models will require a water temperature ≤15°C for cooling mode. All wall mounted fan convectors can operate at lower temperatures suitable for heat pump applications.

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Optimum performance of the fan convector will require effective balancing of the whole system.

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Fan convectors should not be used to replace radiators in existing systems unless pipework sizing, system design and system balancing can guarantee an adequate flow of water through the fan convector.

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The maximum working pressure through the heat exchanger is 10 bar (150 lb/in2). The maximum allowable water temperature through the heat exchanger is 90°C, except iVECTOR, which is 85°C.

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Wall mounted units should be mounted on a flat wall, and stud or partition walls should be avoided to minimise the possibility of noise transmission.

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KICKSPACE ®

KICKSPACE®.

“Over 70% of people think that they would benefit from additional kitchen space” (ICM Research 2012)

The space saving solution. A classic space saving solution. Clever by design, the KICKSPACE ® unit fits neatly within a unit plinth or floor cavity providing a fresh thinking, innovative heating solution. Where traditional radiators take up precious wall space and restrict design possibilities, the KICKSPACE ® heater allows freedom to tailor your home around your lifestyle. Central heating, electric and duo models available.

Kitchen kindly supplied by Second Nature kitchens - www.sncollection.co.uk


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KICKSPACE 速

Before

How KICKSPACE速 works. KICKSPACE 速 works by drawing room air over the heated fins of the unit heat exchanger and projecting warm air back into the room. Controls are situated on the front grille, with the unit having a choice of heating fan speeds (winter setting) as well as a fan-only (summer setting) operation.

After

The kitchen is often where space is most at a premium and the KICKSPACE 速 can deliver the most benefits but equally, the bathroom or hallway can be alternative applications. All versions are designed to be installed horizontally into recessed locations. They require an adequate supply of inlet air and the axis of the motor must remain horizontal.

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KICKSPACE ® Hydronic

KICKSPACE® 500, 600 & 800. Our most popular range of KICKSPACE ® models, they fit neatly within kitchen plinths to save valuable space. The hydronic range connects to the central heating system like a radiator, but also requires an electrical connection to power the fan.

KICKSPACE® HYDRONIC.

Available as a low voltage model for use in bathrooms

KICKSPACE® 600-12V. Perfect for bathrooms or areas of high humidity. The low voltage KICKSPACE ® still connects to a heating system, but comes with a transformer that will reduce the input voltage from 230V to 12V.

Kitchens kindly supplied by Second Nature kitchens - www.sncollection.co.uk


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KICKSPACE ® Duo & Electric

KICKSPACE® DUO & ELECTRIC.

KICKSPACE® 500 Duo. The Duo model delivers the best of both worlds. Instant heat from the electrical element, and then, when the central heating is up to temperature, simply switch over to central heating mode.

KICKSPACE® 500E.

500 Duo

This electric fan convector is ideal for homes that either do not have central heating, or where routing pipework to an area could be difficult. The electrical element provides instant heat.

500E

KICKSPACE® 600E. Another electrical fan convector, the 600E is able to provide larger outputs up to 3kW. Unlike the other products in the range, the 600E comes with a fixed grille and has the option of White, Brown or the popular Brushed Stainless Steel.

600E Brown

600E Brushed Stainless Steel

600E White

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KICKSPACE ® Accessories

KICKSPACE® ACCESSORIES.

KICKSPACE® Grilles. The unit grilles can be customised to suit any room or décor with a variety of metallic and colour finish options. Painted grilles come in White (supplied), Brown and Black with metallic options in Brushed Stainless Steel, Chrome and Aluminium.

KICKSPACE® Thermostat. The building regulations part L (Conservation of fuel and power) recommends that every room should be thermostatically controlled. The KICKSPACE ® room thermostat will sense the room temperature and, if required, will activate the unit to provide additional heat.

KICKSPACE® Wall Switches. The remote wall switch can be customised to suit any room décor with a variety of metallic and colour finish options.

Kitchen kindly supplied by Second Nature kitchens www.sncollection.co.uk


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KICKSPACE ® Technical Infor mation

KICKSPACE ® Product Range Hydronic Product Range Isolating Valves

Model

Flexible Hoses*

KICKSPACE® 500

Supplied

Supplied

KICKSPACE® 600

Supplied

Supplied

KICKSPACE® 800

Supplied

Supplied

(15mm)

Electric Cable

Transformer

Fan Only Option

2 metres

N/A

Yes

N/A

Yes

N/A

Yes

Transformer

Fan Only Option

(mains fitted)

2 metres (mains fitted)

2 metres (mains fitted)

Low Voltage Hydronic Product Range Model

Flexible Hoses*

Isolating Valves (15mm)

Electric Cable 1 metre

KICKSPACE® 600-12V

Supplied

Supplied

(low voltage fitted)

Supplied

1 metre

(external from product)

Yes

Electric Cable

Transformer

Fan Only Option

2 metres

N/A

Yes

Electric Cable

Transformer

Fan Only Option

2 metres

N/A

Yes

N/A

Yes

(mains fitted)

Duo (Hydronic-Electric) Product Range Model

Flexible Hoses*

KICKSPACE® 500 Duo

Supplied

Isolating Valves (15mm)

Supplied

(mains fitted)

Electric Product Range Isolating Valves

Model

Flexible Hoses*

KICKSPACE® 500E

N/A

N/A

KICKSPACE® 600E

N/A

N/A

(15mm)

(mains fitted)

21/2 metres (mains fitted)

*750mm x 10mm bore, EPDM hoses, sheathed in AISI 304 stainless steel braid. Please note that KICKSPACE® 600E grilles are an integral part of the product and can not be changed.

KICKSPACE ® Controls Hydronic (KICKSPACE ® 500, 600, 800, 600-12V)

Electric (KICKSPACE ® 500E)

Fan Speed - Normal/off/boost. Summer/Winter - Fan only/heating option.

Summer/Off/Winter - Fan only/off/heating option. Power Selector - 1kW or 2kW. Fan Speed - Normal/boost.

Hydronic Electric (KICKSPACE ® 500 Duo) Summer/Off/Winter - Fan only/off/heating options. System Selector - Central heating/electric heating. Fan Speed - Normal/boost.

Electric (KICKSPACE ® 600E) Summer/Winter/Output.

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KICKSPACE ® Technical Infor mation

KICKSPACE ® Performance Data

Hydronic Models It is preferable to select the model with an output capable of maintaining the calculated heat losses of the room when operating at normal speed. This will enable the boost fan speed and the higher temperature differences to be used to greater advantage for rapid warming of the room from cold in excessive conditions.

When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the water temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

Hydronic Heating Performance Data

20°

Temperature Difference (°C) Heat Output (Watts) Heat Output (Btu/h) 30° 40° 50° 60° 20° 30° 40° 50°

Normal

393

566

Boost

447

Normal

467

Fan Speed

Model

500 600 800

1930

2501

3057

60°

733

896

1056

1340

3603

683

923

1166

1412

1524

2331

3150

3980

4817

729

1000

1278

1562

1592

2486

3412

4361

5330

Boost

607

939

1279

1625

1977

2072

3203

4363

5545

6744

Normal

747

1077

1396

1707

2012

2550

3675

4763

5824

6864

Boost

845

1289

1738

2192

2649

2885

4397

5930

7478

9039

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1.

Low Voltage Hydronic Heating Performance Data Fan Speed

Model

600 - 12V

20°

Temperature Difference (°C) Heat Output (Watts) Heat Output (Btu/h) 30° 40° 50° 60° 20° 30° 40° 50°

60°

Normal

467

729

1000

1278

1562

1592

2486

3412

4361

5330

Boost

607

939

1279

1625

1977

2072

3203

4363

5545

6744

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1.

Duo (Hydronic/Electric) Heating Performance Data - Electric Mode The unit will operate on either fan speed to provide 1kW of heating.

Duo (Hydronic/Electric) Heating Performance Data - Hydronic Mode Fan Speed

Model

500 Duo

20°

Temperature Difference (°C) Heat Output (Watts) Heat Output (Btu/h) 30° 40° 50° 60° 20° 30° 40° 50°

60°

Normal

273

447

636

835

1043

930

1527

2169

2849

3560

Boost

372

597

835

1083

1340

1269

2037

2849

3696

4571

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1.

Flow Rate Correction Factors: 455 ltr/h (100 gal/h) multiply output by 1.03. 227 ltr/h (50 gal/h) multiply output by 0.96. 113 ltr/h (25 gal/h) multiply output by 0.85.

Flow Rate: 340 ltr/h (75 gal/h).

Approximate Hydraulic Resistance mm wg ltr/h

kPa

500

600

800

600-12V

500 Duo

500

600

800

600-12V

500 Duo

455

788

1046

911

1046

652

7.7

10.3

8.9

10.3

6.4

340

488

625

544

625

380

4.8

6.1

5.3

6.1

3.7

227

231

326

258

326

204

2.3

3.2

2.5

3.2

2.0

113

82

95

82

95

68

0.8

0.9

0.8

0.9

0.7


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KICKSPACE ® Technical Infor mation

KICKSPACE ® Performance Data

(continued)

Air Flow Model

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Weight, Water Content and Motor Power Air Flow (m3/h) Normal Boost

Air Flow (ft3/h) Normal Boost

Model

Motor Power (W)

Water Content (l)

Unit Weight (kg)

500

70

90

2471

3177

500

25

0.26

4.3

600

106

138

3742

4872

600

40

0.30

5.0

800

139

210

4908

7415

800

40

0.34

5.5

600-12V

106

138

3742

4872

600-12V

40

0.30

7.9*

500 Duo

70

90

2471

3117

500 Duo

25

0.26

4.5

* Includes transformer

Sound Levels Sound Pressures at 2.5m (dBA) Normal Boost

Model 500

25.7

38.1

600

26.4

37.2

800

28.5

49.8

600-12V

29.4

39.0

500 Duo

25.7

38.1

Sound levels tested in accordance with EN 23741.

Electric Models Weight

Electric Heating Performance Data Model

Heat Output (Watts) Low

Medium

High

Model

Unit Weight (kg)

500E

1000

N/A

2000

500E

3.0

600E

1000

2000

3000

600E

3.5

Air Flow Model

Sound Levels Air Flow (m3/h) Low High

Air Flow (ft3/h) Low High

Model

Sound Pressures at 2.5m (dBA) Low

High

500E

70

90

2471

3177

500E

27.2

40.2

600E

210

N/A

7560

N/A

600E

38.0

N/A

Sound levels tested in accordance with EN 23741.

KICKSPACE ® Remote Wall Switch (optional) Available Finishes: White, Chrome, Brass, Brushed Stainless Steel. All remote wall switches are supplied with 3 metres of cable. All models are equipped to facilitate direct wiring. Suitable for uses with standard single gang surface or recessed mounting box (not supplied). The switch must only be used to operate a single KICKSPACE® unit. For use on Hydronic and Hydronic-Electric (Duo) models only. Not suitable for Electric only models. N.B: When a remote wall switch is fitted, the fan speed control switch on the KICKSPACE® facia grille becomes inoperable and must be disconnected.

KICKSPACE ® Remote Thermostat The remote room thermostat is supplied White as standard and is suitable for 500, 600 & 800 Hydronic models.

KICKSPACE ® Grille Colour Options KICKSPACE® models 500, 600, 800, 600-12V, 500 Duo and 500E are supplied with a White (RAL 9003) grille. All these models are also available in Brown (RAL 8017), Black (RAL 9011), Chrome, Brushed Stainless Steel and Aluminium. The 600E facia grille is an integral part of the product and can not be removed and is supplied with either a White or Brown grille.


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KICKSPACE ® Technical Infor mation

KICKSPACE ® Electrical Data All KICKSPACE ® models require an electrical supply of 220-240V-50Hz. All models can be used in conjunction with a room thermostat, however it is essential that the thermostat used is capable of carrying the electrical load.

N.B: Low voltage models comply with BS 7671 section 601 (IEE Safety Extra Low Voltage wiring regulations for bathrooms). The transformer complies with BS 3535. Where a remote switch or thermostat is used, the line voltage to both is 12 volts maximum.

Hydronic (KICKSPACE ® 500, 600 & 800)

Hydronic Electric (KICKSPACE ® 500 Duo)

Supplied with 2 metres of cable (0.75mm²). Requires a supply fused at 3A.

Supplied with 2 metres of cable (0.75mm²). Requires a supply fused at 5A.

Electric (KICKSPACE ® 500E & 600E)

Low Voltage Hydronic (KICKSPACE ® 600-12V)

500E supplied with 2 metres of cable (1.0mm²). Requires a supply fused at 10A.

Supplied with 2 metres of cable (0.75mm²). Requires a supply fused at 3A.

600E supplied with 2½ metres of cable (1.0mm²). Requires a supply fused at 13A.

KICKSPACE ® Dimensions KICKSPACE ® 600

KICKSPACE ® 500

View on arrow

View on arrow Cable Entries

54 24

54

93 67

12

24

View on arrow

Cable Entries

93 67

Cable Entries

54

12

Top view

82

82 36

36

Mains Cable

309

25

Cable Entry

82

36

Mains Cable

Mains Cable

309

25

Cable Entry

Cable Entry

129

129

447

FRONT GRILLE

FRONT GRILLE

101

101

101

550

496

603

KICKSPACE ® 500 Duo

KICKSPACE ® 600-12V

View on arrow

15

Cable entries

54

View on arrow

15

24

93 67

12 Top view

Top view

56

Cable Entries

54

70 93

28

82 36 Mains Cable

318

Mains Cable

309

Cable Entry

Cable Entry

159.5 177 142

376

321

FRONT GRILLE

101

101

496

25 129

FRONT GRILLE

25 129

376

322 FRONT GRILLE

93 67

12

24 Top view

Top view

309

KICKSPACE ® 800

550

N.B: Add 4.5mm to the chassis height of the above models to allow for rubber mountings and screws.


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KICKSPACE ® Technical Infor mation

KICKSPACE ® Dimensions

(continued)

KICKSPACE ® 500E

KICKSPACE ® 600E

View on arrow

View on arrow

Cable entries

Top view

93

88

Mains Cable

360

120

120

Cable entry

203

177

225

175

321

FRONT GRILLE

101

100 496

600

N.B: KICKSPACE® 500E: Add 4.5mm to the chassis height of the above models to allow for rubber mountings and screws.

KICKSPACE ® Kickboard Dimensions Dimensions of opening to be cut in Kickboard Option A (Excluding 500E)

KICKSPACE ® 500, 600, 600-12V, 800, 500 Duo, 500E, 600E

Model

Option B (Excluding 600E)

Dimensions (mm) A

B

C

500, 500 Duo, 500E

466

93

17

600, 600-12V

520

93

17

800

573

93

17

600E

540

88

N/A

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iVECTOR

iVECTOR.

The iVECTOR. The iVECTOR is the first in a new generation of intelligent fan convectors. It has been designed specifically to combine all the traditional advantages of a fan convector with a range of new product features made possible by our latest energy efficient heating technology. Overall, the iVECTOR provides an exciting package of significant benefits.


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iVECTOR Low Temperature Compatibility

In recent times, gas boilers have overwhelmingly been the UK’s most popular choice for generating heat in buildings. Today, however, the list of options is growing, with renewable technologies such as heat pumps becoming more popular.

Lower water temperatures = greater system efficiencies Did you know: l

Heat pumps are at their most efficient when operating at lower water temperatures, typically around 35 - 45°C.

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Underfloor heating is a popular choice for low water temperature systems. It can, however, be difficult to install within retrofit projects.

l

Modern panel radiators are compatible with low water temperature systems; however, to maintain comfort levels existing radiators may need to be replaced with larger sizes.

l

The iVECTOR works perfectly with low water temperature systems. Its high heat outputs mean that it is a great, space saving heating solution.

LOW TEMPERATURE COMPATIBILITY.

Both of these products give the same output

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iVECTOR Features & Benefits

High outputs The iVECTOR has a large surface area heat exchanger. This feature combined with forced convection from its in-built fan produces high heat outputs.

iVECTOR FEATURES & BENEFITS.

Space saving Due to these high heat outputs, iVECTORs are much smaller than panel radiators with equivalent outputs and so take up less wall space. Silent Sound levels were a key consideration during the development stage of the iVECTOR. MYSON are proud to have now delivered the quietest fan convector we have ever made, with no compromise on heat outputs. Rapid heat The iVECTOR has a much lower water content than other heat emitters, such as panel radiators and underfloor heating. In fact, the water content is less than 10% of that of a traditional radiator. Its lower thermal mass means the iVECTOR works quickly and efficiently. Style With its compact size and modern design, the iVECTOR is a product that delivers indoor comfort without compromising on style. Intelligent controls The iVECTOR has the most advanced controller that MYSON have ever developed and it is flexible enough to suit all lifestyle requirements with both ‘easy’ and ‘full’ operating modes plus an in-built option to link to a Building Management System. Low temperature compatibility The iVECTOR works efficiently with both low temperature systems, such as heat pumps, and traditional systems, such as gas/oil-fired boilers. Easy to install Due to its solid, one-piece casing the iVECTOR is extremely easy to install. Cooling Not only is the iVECTOR great at heating spaces but, when connected to a chilled water supply, it can now rapidly cool spaces as well.


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iVECTOR Enhanced Indoor Comfort Control

ENHANCED INDOOR COMFORT CONTROL.

Heating and Cooling Options. The iVECTOR can be used to enhance indoor comfort during all weather conditions and in a variety of situations due to its heating and cooling operational options. 2-pipe model A system using 2-pipe iVECTORs can normally be used for either heating or cooling. For heating purposes, the iVECTORs in a system all need to be connected to a heat source, i.e. boiler or heat pump, and for cooling operation they have to be connected to a chiller. However, if a reverse cycle heat pump is installed in the system then it is possible for all iVECTORs on the system to either heat or cool, depending on which

Source: Air / Ground

cycle the heat pump is in. A key point to note is that both the heated and chilled

Winter Mode

water flow through the same 2 pipes, therefore, the entire system must either be in heating or cooling mode. 4-pipe model The 4-pipe iVECTOR model has two pipes connecting to a heat source and two pipes connecting to a chiller. This feature enables an enhanced facility for indoor comfort within a building whereby the iVECTOR can provide both heating and cooling to different parts of the same building at the same time. l

The main difference between the 2 and 4-pipe iVECTOR is the 4-pipe iVECTOR has 2 heat exchangers, one for heating and one for cooling.

l

This means that each heat exchanger has its own set of flow and return pipes, one from a boiler and one from a chiller.

l

Critically this means, from a system design point of view that if a system has multiple iVECTORs installed some can be used for heating whilst others can

Source: Air / Ground Summer Mode

be used for cooling at the same time. Note: The 4-pipe iVECTOR will require the 4-pipe valve kit for heating and cooling modes.


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iVECTOR Controls

The intelligent, electronic control system in every iVECTOR provides a wide range of easy to use heating and cooling operating options. Its two-tier level of programming incorporates an ‘easy’ mode for basic operation and a ‘full’ mode for more advanced functions. l

Each iVECTOR is individually programmable

l

24/7 programmer with 1 hour time periods

l

Night set-back function

l

Lockable LCD backlit display

l

Option to link to a building management system (BMS)

l

The controller will also automatically select and vary the fan speeds as

iVECTOR CONTROLS.

required, depending on the current room temperature and the required room temperature set by the user. All of the features mentioned above are included with every iVECTOR at no extra cost.

Comfort mode - fan speeds (winter heating) 22

Room Temperature (Set at 21°C)

21 20 19 18 17 16

Off Normal Medium Boost

15 14

For more information on the

13 Time ---->

Winter Heating - If the room temperature is 5°C or lower than the set point then the iVECTOR will activate boost mode, this will ensure the room heats up quickly. When the room is within 5°C of the set point then the iVECTOR will automatically switch to medium until the room temperature is within 2°C then the normal fan speed will be selected. The iVECTOR will then maintain the normal fan speed until the set point has been achieved.

Comfort mode - fan speeds (summer cooling) 29

Room Temperature (Set at 21°C)

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21

Off Normal Medium Boost

20 Time ---->

Summer Cooling - The process is the same as the Winter Heating cycle however the temperatures will be above the set point rather than below.

iVECTOR’s intelligent and easy to use controls, watch our video by scanning the QR code.

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iVECTOR Accessories

iVECTOR ACCESSORIES.

Condensate Pump Kit. Condensate will occur when the iVECTOR is being used for cooling. Where typically a drain can be taken outside from the in-built drip tray, if the iVECTOR is installed on an internal wall, away from a drain, a condensate pump will be required. The pump is installed on the drip tray via the flexible tube provided and works by moving the condensate away from the iVECTOR. The kit comes with a mounting bracket allowing the pump to be fitted to the wall and the reservoir to be fitted to the iVECTOR.

Pressure Independent Balancing Valve. A 2-pipe and 4-pipe valve kit is available for the iVECTOR. Condensate Pump Kit

The 2-pipe valve kit available for the iVECTOR 2-pipe, is used to maintain the flow rate at the iVECTOR (provided the pump has been sized accordingly). The 4-pipe valve kit, available for the iVECTOR 4-pipe, will be required to control the flow of heating and chilled water, depending on what is required in the space. This means that when the iVECTOR is in heating mode, the valve kit will close the chilled water feed. The same applies when the iVECTOR is in cooling mode, the other valve kit will close the heating water feed. The 4-pipe valve kit is also used to maintain the flow rate at the iVECTOR (provided the pump has been sized accordingly). The valves supplied with each kit are pressure independent constant flow valves. Pressure Independent Balancing Valve

This ensures that the flow-rate set on the valve is always achieved, provided there is sufficient pump pressure in the system. The valve actuators open and close the valves, and should be wired to the iVECTOR power board. Each kit contains all the valves, pipe manifolds, actuators and fittings necessary for installation within the iVECTOR casing.


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iVECTOR Technical Infor mation

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iVECTOR Exploded View Chassis Grill

Control panel

Grill hinge

Side cover

Filter

Outer casing

iVECTOR Dimensions and Fixings A B

167

595 150 Min.

89

457

49

130

Model

Dimensions (mm)

iVECTOR Controls

Casing Size (A)

Fixing Centres (B)

iV60x080

800

503

iV60x100

1000

703

iV60x120

1200

903

iV60x140

1400

1103

iV60x160

1600

1303

iVECTOR Water Connections Water connections (3/4" BSP) are on the left-hand side and the system pipework may be brought in from underneath or the rear.

l

Automatic room temperature control.

l

Fan only option for ambient air circulation.

l

Three fan speeds.

l

Unit mounted controls and display.

l

Unit control panel tamper proof lock.

iVECTOR Electrical Data All iVECTOR models require an electrical supply of 220-240V – 50Hz fused at 3A.


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iVECTOR Technical Infor mation

iVECTOR 2-Pipe Performance Data The unit must be sized to match the calculated heat loss requirement of the room with the unit operating at normal fan speed. The higher fan speeds will be used automatically when the room temperature is significantly lower than the preset temperature. When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

For combined heating and cooling applications, a suitable chilled water source and associated controls must be provided and installed, in accordance with the recommendations of the chiller manufacturer. Provision must be made for condensate disposal, in accordance with any local regulations. A condensate collection tray is fitted and a suitable drain pipe should be connected to the spigot (15mm) at the base of the condensate tray. All pipework must be wrapped with anti-condensate insulation material.

Performance Data - Watts Model

iV60x080

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

Fan Speed

Heat Output (Watts)

Cooling (Watts) Condition 7-12-27 Total Sensible

Flow (l/h)

ΔT20

ΔT25

ΔT30

ΔT35

ΔT40

ΔT45

ΔT50

Normal

341

738

940

1146

1355

1567

1781

1997

707

Medium

341

989

1260

1537

1817

2101

2388

2678

1126

829

Boost

341

1360

1733

2113

2499

2889

3284

3682

1648

1227

Normal

450

1012

1289

1572

1859

2149

2443

2739

1011

753

Medium

450

1352

1723

2101

2484

2872

3265

3661

1600

1178

527

Boost

450

1892

2412

2941

3477

4020

4569

5124

2304

1716

Normal

600

1214

1548

1887

2231

2580

2932

3288

1250

931

Medium

600

1643

2094

2553

3018

3490

3967

4448

1960

1442

Boost

600

2409

3070

3743

4425

5117

5815

6521

2918

2173

Normal

700

1428

1820

2219

2624

3034

3449

3867

1490

1110

Medium

700

1945

2478

3022

3573

4131

4695

5265

2320

1707

Boost

700

2916

3716

4531

5357

6194

7040

7894

3533

2631

Normal

800

1647

2099

2560

3027

3499

3977

4460

1729

1288

Medium

800

2246

2863

3491

4127

4772

5424

6082

2679

1972

Boost

800

3422

4362

5318

6288

7270

8263

9266

4147

3088

Relative Humidity: Sensible cooling at 50%.

Performance Data - Btu/h Model

iV60x080

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

Fan Speed

Heat Output (Btu/h)

Cooling (Btu/h) Condition 7-12-27 Total Sensible

Flow (l/h)

ΔT20

ΔT25

ΔT30

ΔT35

ΔT40

ΔT45

ΔT50

Normal

341

2518

3207

3910

4623

5347

6077

6814

2412

1798

Medium

341

3374

4299

5244

6200

7169

8148

9137

3842

2829

Boost

341

4640

5913

7210

8527

9857

11205

12563

5623

4187

Normal

450

3453

4398

5364

6343

7332

8336

9345

3450

2569

Medium

450

4613

5879

7169

8475

9799

11140

12491

5459

4019

Boost

450

6456

8230

10035

11864

13716

15589

17483

7861

5855

Normal

600

4142

5282

6438

7612

8803

10004

11219

5186

3177

Medium

600

5606

7145

8711

10297

11908

13535

15177

6688

4920

Boost

600

8220

10475

12771

15098

17459

19841

22250

9956

7414 3787

Normal

700

4872

6210

7571

8953

10352

11768

13194

5084

Medium

700

6636

8455

10311

12191

14095

16019

17964

7916

5824

Boost

700

9949

12679

15460

18278

21134

24020

26934

12055

8977

Normal

800

5620

7162

8762

10328

11939

13570

15218

5899

4395

Medium

800

7663

9769

11911

14081

16282

18507

20752

9141

6728

Boost

800

11676

14883

18145

21455

24805

28193

31616

14150

10536

Relative Humidity: Sensible cooling at 50%.


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iVECTOR 2-Pipe Performance Data

(continued)

Weight, Water Content and Motor Power

Sound Levels

Model

Motor Power (w)

Water Content (l)

Unpacked Weight (kg)

Model

iV60x080

32

0.66

22.8

iV60x100

35

0.92

27.7

iV60x120

44

1.19

32.5

iV60x140

53

1.45

37.5

iV60x160

65

1.72

42.6

Sound Pressure (dBA) (at 2.5m) Normal

Medium

Boost

iV60x080

24.8

37.7

47.9

iV60x100

27

35.8

47.9

iV60x120

24

40.5

51.7

iV60x140

24.9

35.5

54.8

iV60x160

27

35

56.3

Sound levels tested in accordance with ISO 3741.

Flow Rates/Pressure Losses - Heating/Cooling Pressure Drop (kPa)

Flow (l/h)

iV60x080

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

100

0.7

1

1.4

1.6

1.9

150

1.4

2.1

2.9

3.2

3.7

220

2.9

4.1

5.5

6.1

7.1

330

6.1

8.5

11.1

12.2

14.2

500

13

17.8

22.9

24.9

28.7

750

27.5

36.5

46.2

49.8

57.1

Air Flow Rates Condition

Heating

Cooling

Air Flow m3/h

Fan Speed

iV60x080

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

Normal

90

135

180

225

270

Medium

148

221

295

369

443

Boost

247

370

493

616

740

Normal

65

98

130

163

195

Medium

110

165

220

275

330

Boost

202

302

403

504

605

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iVECTOR Technical Infor mation

iVECTOR 4-Pipe Performance Data The unit must be sized to match the calculated heat loss requirement of the room with the unit operating at normal fan speed. The higher fan speeds will be used automatically when the room temperature is significantly lower than the preset temperature. When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

For combined heating and cooling applications, a suitable chilled water source and associated controls must be provided and installed, in accordance with the recommendations of the chiller manufacturer. Provision must be made for condensate disposal, in accordance with any local regulations. A condensate collection tray is fitted and a suitable drain pipe should be connected to the spigot (15mm) at the base of the condensate tray. All pipework must be wrapped with anti-condensate insulation material.

Performance Data - Watts Model

iV60x080

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

Fan Speed

Heat Output (Watts)

Cooling (Watts) Condition 7-12-27 Flow (l/h) Total Sensible

Flow (l/h)

ΔT20

ΔT25

ΔT30

ΔT35

ΔT40

ΔT45

ΔT50

Normal

300

517

658

802

949

1097

1247

1398

350

672

Medium

300

692

882

1076

1272

1471

1672

1875

350

1070

788

Boost

300

952

1213

1479

1749

2022

2299

2577

350

1566

1166

Normal

350

708

902

1100

1301

1504

1710

1917

450

960

715

Medium

350

946

1206

1471

1739

2010

2286

2563

450

1520

1119

501

Boost

350

1324

1688

2059

2334

2814

3198

3587

450

2189

1630

Normal

400

850

1084

1321

1562

1806

2052

2302

600

1444

884

Medium

400

1150

1466

1787

2113

2443

2777

3114

600

1862

1370

Boost

400

1686

2149

2620

3098

3582

4071

4565

600

2772

2064

Normal

450

1000

1274

1553

1837

2124

2414

2707

700

1416

1055

Medium

450

1362

1735

2115

2501

2892

3287

3686

700

2204

1622

Boost

450

2041

2601

3172

3750

4336

4928

5526

700

3356

2499

Normal

500

1153

1469

1792

2119

2449

2784

3122

800

1643

1224

Medium

500

1572

2004

2444

2889

3340

3797

4257

800

2545

1873

Boost

500

2395

3053

3723

4402

5089

5784

6486

800

3940

2934

Relative Humidity: Sensible cooling at 50%.

Performance Data - Btu/h Model

iV60x080

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

Fan Speed

Heat Output (Btu/h)

Cooling (Btu/h) Condition 7-12-27 Flow (l/h) Total Sensible

Flow (l/h)

ΔT20

ΔT25

ΔT30

ΔT35

ΔT40

ΔT45

ΔT50

Normal

300

1763

2245

2737

3236

3743

4254

4770

350

2292

1708

Medium

300

2362

3009

3671

4340

5018

5703

6396

350

3650

2687

Boost

300

3248

4139

5047

5969

6900

7844

8794

350

5342

3977

Normal

350

2417

3079

3755

4440

5133

5835

6542

450

3277

2441

Medium

350

3229

4115

5018

5933

6859

7798

8744

450

5186

3818

Boost

350

4519

5761

7024

8304

9601

10913

12238

450

7468

5562

Normal

400

2900

3697

4507

5329

6162

7003

7853

600

4927

3018

Medium

400

3924

5001

6098

7208

8336

9475

10624

600

6353

4674

Boost

400

5754

7332

8940

10569

12221

13889

15575

600

9458

7044

Normal

450

3411

4347

5300

6267

7246

8238

9236

700

4830

3598

Medium

450

4645

5918

7218

8534

9866

11214

12575

700

7520

5533

Boost

450

6965

8875

10822

12795

14794

16814

18854

700

11452

8528

Normal

500

3934

5013

6114

7230

8357

9499

10652

800

5604

4175

Medium

500

5364

6838

8338

9857

11397

12955

14526

800

8684

6392

Boost

500

8173

10418

12702

15018

17364

19735

22131

800

13442

10009

Relative Humidity: Sensible cooling at 50%.


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iVECTOR 4-Pipe Performance Data

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(continued)

Weight, Water Content and Motor Power

Sound Levels

Water Content (l)

Model

Motor Power (w)

Unpacked Cooling Weight (kg)

Heating

iV60x080

32

0.33

0.66

24.8

iV60x100

35

0.46

0.92

30.1

iV60x120

44

0.6

1.19

35.3

iV60x140

53

0.73

1.45

40.7

iV60x160

65

0.86

1.72

46.2

Sound Pressure (dBA) (at 2.5m)

Model

Normal

Medium

Boost

iV60x080

24.8

37.7

47.9

iV60x100

27

35.8

47.9

iV60x120

24

40.5

51.7

iV60x140

24.9

35.5

54.8

iV60x160

27

35

56.3

Sound levels tested in accordance with ISO 3741.

Flow Rates/Pressure Losses - Cooling

Flow Rates/Pressure Losses - Heating

Pressure Drop (kPa)

Flow (l/h)

iV60x080

100 150

Pressure Drop (kPa)

Flow

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

(l/h)

iV60x080

0.7

1

1.4

1.6

1.9

100

1.4

2

2.8

3.2

3.8

1.4

2.1

2.9

3.2

3.7

150

2.8

4.2

5.8

6.4

7.4

220

2.9

4.1

5.5

6.1

7.1

220

5.8

8.2

11

12.2

14.2

330

6.1

8.5

11.1

12.2

14.2

330

12.2

17

22.2

24.4

28.4

500

13

17.8

22.9

24.9

28.7

500

26

35.6

45.8

49.8

57.4

750

27.5

36.5

46.2

49.8

57.1

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

Air Flow Rates Air Flow m3/h

Condition

Fan Speed Normal

90

Heating

Medium

148

Cooling

iV60x080

iV60x100

iV60x120

iV60x140

iV60x160

135

180

225

270

221

295

369

443

Boost

247

370

493

616

740

Normal

65

98

130

163

195

Medium

110

165

220

275

330

Boost

202

302

403

504

605


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HI-LINE

Heat from above. The HI-LINE range offers creative use of wall space whilst keeping the heat source safely out of reach. All models are designed for ease of fitting and can be positioned above doorways for effective heating. The units are easy to install, control and maintain, therefore providing a simple yet effective method of

HI-LINE.

heating. All RC models have a fan only option for cool air circulation.

HI-LINE RC. The HI-LINE RC unit is the only remote control version of this kind that is currently available for hot water products. A range of models are available giving effective heating for various room sizes and are ideal for use with heat pumps.

Remote control supplied


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HI-LINE

HI-LINE Super RC. For larger and often commercial applications such as bars, restaurants, retail outlets and offices, the HI-LINE Super RC delivers higher outputs from 5kW up to 8.5kW. Suitable for use in areas with a maximum ceiling height of 3 meters. The HI-LINE Super RC also comes with the benefit of remote control. Remote control supplied

Available as a low voltage model for use in bathrooms

HI-LINE LV. The HI-LINE LV is a low-voltage unit designed specifically for a variety of applications where safety matters

most,

installation

in

for

example,

bathrooms.

The

innovative engineering of the 12V unit ensures that effective and efficient

outputs

compromised.

are

not

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HI-LINE Technical Infor mation

HI-LINE RC Performance Data When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

The unit must be sized to match the calculated heat loss requirement of the room with the unit operating at normal fan speed. The higher fan speeds will be used automatically when the room temperature is significantly lower than the preset temperature.

Heating Performance Data Temperature Difference (°C) Model

20-14

15-10

10-6

7-4

Heat Output (Btu/h)

Heat Output (Watts)

Fan Speed 20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

Normal

1313

2018

2737

3468

4207

4479

6884

9339

11831

14354

Medium

1658

2548

3457

4380

5314

5657

8695

11796

14944

18130

Boost

1882

2889

3917

4959

6014

6421

9858

13364

16921

20519

Normal

931

1431

1941

2459

2984

3176

4881

6622

8390

10180

Medium

1054

1620

2197

2783

3376

3596

5526

7496

9496

11519

Boost

1397

2147

2913

3690

4477

4767

7327

9939

12590

15274

Normal

610

937

1271

1610

1953

2081

3197

4337

5493

6664

Medium

742

1140

1546

1959

2376

2530

3889

5276

6683

8108

Boost

954

1467

1990

2521

3059

3256

5005

6790

8602

10437

Normal

352

541

734

930

1128

1200

1845

2504

3172

3849

Medium

489

752

1020

1292

1568

1669

2565

3480

4410

5350

Boost

645

991

1344

1702

2065

2199

3380

4585

5808

7046

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1. Flow Rate: 340 ltr/h (75 gal/h).

For combined heating and cooling applications, a suitable chilled water source and associated controls must be provided and installed, in accordance with the recommendations of the chiller manufacturer.

Flow Rate Correction Factors: 455 ltr/h (100 gal/h) multiply output by 1.06. 227 ltr/h (50 gal/h) multiply output by 0.96. 113 ltr/h (25 gal/h) multiply output by 0.85.

and a suitable drain pipe should be connected to the spigot (15mm) at the base of the condensate tray. All pipework must be wrapped with anti-condensate insulation material.

Provision must be made for condensate disposal, in accordance with any local regulations. A condensate collection tray is fitted

Approximate Hydraulic Resistance Litres/h

mm wg

kPa

7- 4

10 - 6

15 -10

20 -14

7- 4

10 - 6

15 -10

20 -14

455

1084

1240

1500

1774

9.4

12.12

14.7

17.42

340

798

657

905

1140

7.7

6.42

8.9

11.2

227

350

327

450

565

3.5

3.25

4.37

5.5

113

134

105

157

221

1.4

1.1

1.57

2.1


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HI-LINE Technical Infor mation

HI-LINE RC Performance Data

35

(continued)

Sound Levels

Weight, Water Content and Motor Power Model

Motor Power (W)

Water Content (l)

Unpacked Weight (kg)

Model

20-14

80

0.77

14.7

15-10

62

0.56

11.3

Sound Pressures at 2.5m (dBA) Normal

Medium

Boost

20-14

33.3

38.7

45.4

15-10

28.8

35.4

45.6

10-6

35

0.32

8.9

10-6

23.5

30.8

37.2

7-4

35

0.30

7.4

7-4

23.4

32.5

43.3

Sound levels tested in accordance with EN 23741.

Air Flow

Air Flow (ft3/h)

Air Flow (m3/h)

Model

Normal

Medium

Boost

Normal

Medium

Boost

20-14

285

371

431

10061

13096

15214

15-10

207

276

333

7307

9743

11755

10-6

143

171

220

5048

6036

7766

7-4

81

105

133

2859

3707

4695

HI-LINE LV Performance Data When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

This model should only be selected if the normal fan speed output is capable of maintaining the calculated heat losses of the room at the chosen operating conditions. This will enable the boost fan speed and the higher temperature differences to be used to greater advantage for rapid warming of the room from cold in excessive conditions.

Heating Performance Data Temperature Difference (°C) Model

Heat Output (Watts)

Fan Speed

7-4

20°

30°

Normal

352

541

Boost

645

991

40°

Heat Output (Btu/h)

50°

60°

20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

734

930

1128

1201

1846

2504

3173

3849

1344

1702

2065

2201

3381

4586

5807

7046

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1. Flow Rate: 340 ltr/h (75 gal/h).

Approximate Hydraulic Resistance

Flow Rate Correction Factors: 455 ltr/h (100 gal/h) multiply by 1.06. 227 ltr/h (50 gal/h) multiply by 0.96. 113 ltr/h (25 gal/h) multiply by 0.85.

Sound Levels

Litres/h

mm wg

kPa

Fan Speed

Sound Pressures at 2.5m (dBA)

455

1084

9.4

Normal

16.6

341

798

7.7

Boost

32.5

227

350

3.5

113

134

1.4

Weight, Water Content and Motor Power

Sound levels tested in accordance with EN 23741.

Air Flow

Motor Power (W)

Water Content (l)

Unpacked Weight (kg)

Fan Speed

Air Flow (m3/h)

Air Flow (ft3/h)

Normal

81

2859

30

0.3

7.4

Boost

133

4695


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HI-LINE Technical Infor mation

HI-LINE Super RC Performance Data When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

The unit must be sized to match the calculated heat loss requirement of the room with the unit operating at normal fan speed. The higher fan speeds will be used automatically when the room temperature is significantly lower than the preset temperature.

Heating Performance Data Temperature Difference (°C) Model

29-20

25-18

Heat Output (Btu/h)

Heat Output (Watts)

Fan Speed 20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

Normal

1858

2870

3906

4962

6033

6339

9791

13328

16930

20584

Medium

2234

3462

4723

6011

7319

7622

11811

16116

20508

24972

Boost

2599

4040

5526

7045

8591

8867

13785

18854

24037

29313

Normal

1709

2563

3417

4270

5123

5833

8746

11658

14569

17481

Medium

1962

3030

4124

5238

6369

6695

10339

14072

17873

21730

Boost

2172

3454

4800

6200

7600

7411

11785

16378

21154

25931

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1.

Flow Rate Correction Factors: 455 ltr/h (100 gal/h) multiply output by 1.03. 227 ltr/h (50 gal/h) multiply output by 0.98. 113 ltr/h (25 gal/h) multiply output by 0.85.

Approximate Hydraulic Resistance mm wg

ltr/h

kPa

25-18

29-20

25-18

29-20

455

2095

2551

20.5

24.6

340

1282

1530

12.6

15.0

227

620

850

6.1

8.3

113

234

245

2.3

2.4

Air Flow Model

Weight, Water Content and Motor Power Air Flow (m3/h)

Air Flow (ft3/h)

Normal Medium Boost Normal Medium Boost

Model

Motor Power (W)

Water Content (l)

Unpacked Weight (kg)

29-20

390

470

540

13772

16597

19069

29-20

80

0.85

21.0

25-18

350

430

500

12360

15185

17657

25-18

80

0.63

18.0


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HI-LINE Technical Infor mation

37

HI-LINE Controls HI-LINE RC & HI-LINE Super RC

HI-LINE LV

Units are supplied with an electronic infra-red remote control system with the following features:

Units are fitted with a switch offering high and low fan speed and off selection. A low limit thermostat is fitted to the unit to ensure that the fan stops after the heating system is switched off and the water flow stops.

l l l l l l

Automatic room temperature control. Fan only option for ambient air circulation. Three fan speeds. Unit mounted controls and display. Unit control panel electronic tamper proof lock. Displayed temperature calibration system.

HI-LINE Electrical Data

HI-LINE Water Connections Water connections (15mm compression) are on the right-hand side and the system pipework may be brought in from above or the rear. Supplied with isolating valves.

All HI-LINE models require an electrical supply of 220-240V – 50Hz fused at 3A.

HI-LINE RC Dimensions and Fixings

59

B

73

277 49

94

35

l l

A

Dimensions (mm)

Model

l l l

A

B

20-14

1171

1039

15-10

886

754

10-6

682

550

7-4

554

422

Maximum installation height is 2.13m to the underside of the unit. Minimum installation height is 1.8m to the underside of the unit. Maximum ceiling height is 3m. Minimum clearance each side is 100mm. Minimum top clearance is 50mm.

42 79

96 50 min to ceiling

56

247

202

100 min each side

170 Case fixing screw positions and water connections


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38

HI-LINE Technical Infor mation

HI-LINE LV Dimensions and Fixings

79

42

96 56

50 min to ceiling

247

202

100 min each side

170

Case fixing screw positions and water connections

422

59

73

Dimensions (mm) Width

Depth

277

554

170

277 49

94

35

Height

554

l

Maximum installation height is 2.13m to the underside of the unit.

l

Minimum installation height is 1.8m to the underside of the unit.

l

Maximum ceiling height is 3m.

l

Minimum clearance each side is 100mm.

l

Minimum top clearance is 50mm.

l

Please note the transformer can be mounted internally or external to the unit.


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HI-LINE Technical Infor mation

HI-LINE Super RC Dimensions and Fixings Ceiling 150 min each side

92

275

144

77

a) 20 min b) 100 min

63

53 103

A

Dimensions (mm)

Model

A 1360

a = rear entry pipework

25-18

1150

b = top entry pipework

82 69 55

117 55

Mains cable entry

201

23

21

29-20

View on arrow

108

275

128

203

A

Model

Dimensions (mm) A

29-20

1378

25-18

1168

l

Maximum installation height is 3m to the underside of the unit.

l

Minimum installation height is 1.8m to the underside of the unit.

l

Maximum ceiling height is 3.5m.

l

Minimum side clearance is 150mm.

39


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40

LO-LINE RC

LO-LINE RC.

Instant warmth. The LO-LINE RC fan convector is quick to heat giving convenient and instant warmth just when you need it. LO-LINE RC units connect to the central heating system and are fitted at a similar height to a standard radiator. The accompanying remote control offers maximum control and flexibility.

Remote control supplied

For technical information please refer to pages 42-43.


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SLIM-LINE RC

The compact heat source. The elegant SLIM-LINE RC is designed with space in mind. The range of models fit comfortably onto lower sections of the wall and can be easily slotted into narrow areas, such as on a pillar or in an alcove, where space is at a premium. Compact in size, the unit is ideal for use in offices and conservatories, offering high outputs for all your heating needs. The accompanying remote

SLIM-LINE RC.

control offers maximum control and flexibility.

Remote control supplied

For technical information please refer to pages 44-45.

41


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LO-LINE Technical Infor mation

42

LO-LINE RC Performance Data It is preferable to select the model with an output capable of maintaining the calculated heat losses of the room when operating at normal speed. The higher fan speeds will be used automatically when the room temperature is significantly lower

than the preset temperature. When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

Heating Performance Data Temperature Difference (°C) Model

19-15

14-10

9-6

6-4

20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

Normal

1509

2221

2921

3613

4298

5150

7578

9967

12327

14665

Medium

1731

2548

3351

4144

4930

5907

8692

11432

14140

16822

Boost

1938

2852

3751

4640

5520

6613

9731

12799

15831

18834

Normal

993

1461

1922

2377

2828

3388

4986

6558

8111

9649

Medium

1223

1800

2367

2928

3483

4173

6140

8076

9989

11884

Boost

1448

2131

2803

3467

4124

4942

7272

9564

11829

14073

Normal

567

834

1098

1358

1615

1935

2847

3745

4633

5512

Medium

743

1093

1437

1777

2114

2534

3728

4903

6064

7213

Boost

936

1377

1811

2240

2665

3194

4699

6180

7643

9092

Normal

383

564

741

916

1090

1307

1923

2528

3126

3718

Medium

436

641

843

1043

1241

1486

2187

2876

3558

4233

Boost

600

883

1162

1437

1710

2049

3014

3965

4904

5834

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1.

Flow Rate Correction Factors: 455 ltr/h (100 gal/h) multiply output by 1.06. 227 ltr/h (50 gal/h) multiply output by 0.96. 113 ltr/h (25 gal/h) multiply output by 0.85.

Flow Rate: 340 ltr/h (75 gal/h).

Approximate Hydraulic Resistance Litres

Heat Output (Btu/h)

Heat Output (Watts)

Fan Speed

Sound Levels

mm wg

kPa

6-4

9-6

14 - 10 19 - 15

455

910

998

1240

340

514

520

719

227

235

121

324

469

2.35

1.18

113

47

97

75

77

0.45

0.97

Sound Pressures at 2.5m (dBA)

Model

Normal

Medium

Boost

19-15

27.2

31.8

38.6

14-10

23.1

28.5

40.1

4.60

9-6

21.6

29.6

38

0.82

6-4

23.7

31.7

40.7

6-4

9-6

14 - 10 19 - 15

1670

8.98

9.85

12.20 16.40

954

5.06

5.10

7.00

9.40

3.20 0.75

Sound levels tested in accordance with EN 23741.

Air Flow

Weight, Water Content and Motor Power

Air Flow (m3/h)

Air Flow (ft3/h)

Model

Motor Power (W)

Water Content (l)

Unpacked Weight (kg)

Model

19-15

80

0.75

15.7

19-15

241

288

335

8507

10166

11826

14-10

62

0.56

12.7

14-10

160

200

288

5648

7060

10166

9-6

35

0.32

9.1

9-6

112

129

175

3954

4554

6178

6-4

35

0.3

7.7

6-4

65

86

122

2295

3036

4307

Normal Medium

Boost

Normal Medium

Boost


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LO-LINE Technical Infor mation

43

LO-LINE RC Controls Units are supplied with an electronic infra-red remote control system with the following features: l

Automatic room temperature control.

l

Fan only option for ambient air circulation.

l

Three fan speeds.

l

Unit mounted controls and display.

l

Unit control panel electronic tamper proof lock.

l

Displayed temperature calibration system.

LO-LINE RC Electrical Data

LO-LINE RC Water Connections Water connections (15mm compression) are on the left-hand side and the system pipework may be brought in from underneath or the rear.

All LO-LINE models require an electrical supply of 220-240V – 50Hz fused at 3A.

LO-LINE RC Dimensions and Fixings 130

72

58 100

B

62

191 68

C 56 107

57

150 min

385

247

min each side

A

99

Case fixing screw positions and water connections

Model

Dimensions (mm) A

B

C

19-15

1138

1018

974

14-10

854

733

681

9-6

645

526

481

6-4

523

404

359

l

Minimum installation height is 150mm to the underside of the unit.

l

Maximum ceiling height is 3m.

l

Minimum side clearance is 100mm.


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44

SLIM-LINE Technical Infor mation

SLIM-LINE RC Performance Data The unit must be sized to match the calculated heat loss requirement of the room with the unit operating at normal fan speed. The higher fan speeds will be used automatically when the room temperature is significantly lower than the preset temperature.

When establishing the temperature difference, i.e. mean water to room temperature, allowance should be made for temperature drop in the system. It is the temperature at the convector which dictates the output.

Heating Performance Data Model

SLIM-LINE RC

Fan Speed

Temperature Difference (°C) Heat Output (Watts) Heat Output (Btu/h) 20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

20°

30°

40°

50°

60°

Normal

860

1340

1820

2290

2770

2934

4572

6210

7813

9451

Medium

1130

1710

2280

2870

3460

3856

5835

7779

9792

11806

Boost

1470

2220

2960

3720

4460

5016

7575

10100

12693

15218

Heat outputs tested in accordance with BS 4856 Part 1. Flow Rate: 340 ltr/h (75 gal/h).

Flow Rate Correction Factors: 455 ltr/h (100 gal/h) multiply output by 1.06. 227 ltr/h (50 gal/h) multiply output by 0.96. 113 ltr/h (25 gal/h) multiply output by 0.85.

Sound Levels

Approximate Hydraulic Resistance Litres/h

mm wg

kPa

Fan Speed

Sound Pressures at 2.5m (dBA)

455

1771

17.4

Normal

21.9

340

1161

11.4

Medium

30.6

227

561

5.5

Boost

39.7

113

201

2.0

Weight, Water Content and Motor Power

Sound levels tested in accordance with EN 23741.

Air Flow Air Flow (m3/h)

Air Flow (ft3/h)

Motor Power (W)

Water Content (l)

Unpacked Weight (kg)

Normal

Medium

Boost

Normal

Medium

Boost

125

0.51

14.5

164

216

316

5789

7625

11155

SLIM-LINE RC Controls Units are supplied with an electronic infra-red remote control system with the following features:

l l

Unit control panel electronic tamper proof lock. Displayed temperature calibration system.

l

Automatic room temperature control. Fan only option for ambient air circulation. l Three fan speeds. l Unit mounted controls and display. l

SLIM-LINE RC Water Connections Water connections (15mm compression) are on the left-hand side and the system pipework may be brought in from underneath or the rear.

SLIM-LINE RC Electrical Data All SLIM-LINE RC fan convectors require an electrical supply of 220-240V – 50Hz fused at 3A.


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SLIM-LINE Technical Infor mation

SLIM-LINE RC Dimensions and Fixings

Case fixing screw positions and water connections

Height

Dimensions (mm) Width

Depth

795

361

170

l

Maximum ceiling height is 3.5m.

l

Minimum installation height is 150mm to the underside of the unit.

45


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