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Heat Harverster

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There are no particular design requirements for positioning the Heat Harvester™ but clearly, the highest positions of the underside of roof should be chosen for maximum effect. Spacing should be 8m – 10m depending on bay size.

No special fixings are required for the Heat Harvester™ nor indeed is any special engineering required. The Heat Harvester™ is suitable for both new and refurbished Projects, since no builders work is involved. The adjustable suspension arm can be used, so that the Heat Harvester™ can be aimed to push hot air from the highest spot in the building down to perhaps entrance door level, so as to create a‘warm air curtain’. If the suspended ceiling Model is selected, as shown overleaf, just a 600mm x 600mm ceiling tile is removed.

That’s all there is to it! The electrical connections are simple and it would be normal to run an electrical conduit to the connection point of the Heat Harvester™.

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