Dimplex in the commercial environment

Dimplex in the commercial environment
October 2009
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www.dimplex.co.uk
Dimplex in the
commercial
environment
Where people work,
Dimplex works
“Wherever you go across
the country, you’ll find
Dimplex. In shops,
supermarkets, offices,
airports – in fact almost
anywhere from hotels
to hospitals, schools to
surgeries, warehouses
to waiting rooms.”
2
introduction
contents
The Future
Case studies
4-5
6-7
air curtains
Features and benefits
8-9
Commercial air curtains – CAB range 10-11
Commercial air curtains – DAB range 12-13
Industrial air curtains – IAB range
14
Architectural air curtains – ARC range
15
Over door heaters – AC range
16
Recessed ceiling heater – the AC3CN
17
commercial fan heating
Features and benefits
18-19
Compact commercial fan heaters –
the PFH range
20
Portable & installed commercial fan
heaters – the CFP and CFS ranges
21
Industrial fan heaters – the CFH range 22-23
radiant heating
Features and benefits
24-25
Radiant Quartzray heaters – the QXD range 26
Radiant ceramic heaters – the CXD range 27
Outdoor patio heaters – the OPH range
28
Compact outdoor heaters – the CPH range 29
other heaters
Fan convector heaters – the WF range
30
Flameproof convector heaters –
the FXPH range
31
Air warmers – the HAW range
31
water heating
Unvented cylinders – the SCx range 32-33
solar thermal
System components
34-35
heat pumps
Features and benefits
36-37
The range
38
Applications
39
contents
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where people work, Dimplex works
A Greener Future
With the need to reduce carbon emissions hitting the headlines almost
buildings, combined with the knowledge that over 40% of the carbon
on a daily basis, it’s good to know that at Dimplex finding solutions to
emissions in the EU come from the building stock, means it’s important
this problem is at the heart of our products, present and the future.
to ensure both buildings and the services within, the heating, air
Legislation in the form of the European Performance of Buildings
conditioning and ventilation systems are designed and installed to give
Directive (EPBD) which seeks to reduce carbon emissions from
energy efficient performance.
Building Regulations
In the UK building regulations set out the minimum standards
However, these regulations are not the only factor affecting
and in particular, when it comes to heating in the commercial
businesses today. Other recent government initiatives include the
sector, it’s Part L2, which covers new build and refurbishment.
introduction of the Energy Performance Certificate which is to be
Part L sets challenging targets for the fabric of the building
issued to buildings when sold, leased or rented and highlights
and the equipment used and importantly, requires a holistic
the structure’s carbon performance, and, for public buildings,
approach with the whole building looked at as part of the
there is a requirement for a Display Energy Certificate that
compliance process, rather than just the building services
must be prominently positioned for all to see. In addition many
once the structure is in existence. It’s this change of approach,
commercial organisations are now pressing ahead by requesting
coupled with a number of proposed updates which shows the
BREAAM ratings that show best practice as a method of gaining an
emphasis is squarely on a process that leads to a zero carbon
advantage in the commercial sector too.
goal in 2019 for all commercial buildings.
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applications
Products & Solutions for today and
where simplified local controls placed close to
in the Dimplex range, you can be sure there
tomorrow
the user for frequent adjustment over output is
is a Dimplex commercial cylinder available for
At Dimplex, we are acutely aware of the need
required, through to large installations where
many types of commercial applications too.
to create products that are not only good to
a central control system can be timed and
look at, easy to operate and economic to
placed under lock and key and the heating
Renewable Solutions
run, but also help minimise energy wastage.
needs can be predicted, thereby keeping a
An increasingly important component of
For example, our range of air curtains
better check on energy use.
realising the goal of reduced CO² is the
combine powerful fan performance to create
The Dimplex range doesn’t just reflect
need to continue to develop and implement
a barrier between internal and external
the need to heat the air within a building
new technologies. With building regulations
areas thereby lowering heat losses, whilst
space, there are many applications where this
looking for at least 10% contribution from
sophisticated controls reflect door usage
method is inappropriate due to the building
low or zero carbon technologies, Dimplex
patterns through the doors – intelligently
structure or the activities carried out within.
has a comprehensive range of ground, air
regulating output accordingly.
It’s in these environments that radiant heaters
and water source heat pumps and with
However, the onus for improving the
which transmit energy as short-wave infra-red
grants available to encourage the take-up of
efficiency of products extends beyond the
are ideal and are highlighted as appropriate
these new technologies, the future is definitely
working environment into the way we live.
heaters within the building regulations too.
bright.
The Energy Using Products Directive (EuP)
An example would be the use of one of the
In addition, the Dimplex solar thermal
further encourages good product design,
Dimplex radiant heaters to create a smaller
heating systems can also be considered for
the use of recyclable materials in production
zone of heat within a larger building space.
commercial installations where the cost of
and the need to eradicate product features
Here, the heaters heat the subject without
heating can be further reduced by either
that needlessly consume energy – like the
energy wasted to the surrounding air and
complementing other systems or used
stand-by switch on TVs and other electrical
can be further enhanced by fitting a PIR
separately.
equipment. Our designs always consider
activity sensor to give a very effective yet
appropriate levels of control which preserve
efficient solution.
It’s this wide range of products and
technologies now offered by Dimplex that not
only brings choice but also, when combined
simplicity of operation, yet maintain close
control to reflect usage patterns and guard
Water Heating
together to reflect usage and activity, provides
against wasted energy use. Our commercial
Energy efficiency is not limited to space heating
an effective solution to rising energy costs
and industrial fan heater ranges, for example,
and air movement, a significant impact can be
whilst adhering to regulations to preserve
cover a wide range of potential applications
made by selecting the right water heaters too.
our planet.
from small workshops to large warehouses
With a wide range of water cylinders available
applications
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tried and
tested
solutions
With 60 years’ experience, Dimplex has
provided heating, air movement and hot
water solutions for commercial installations,
large and small, across the country. And as
you would expect from the market leader we
are experienced in working with architects,
developers, contractors and builders to
provide solutions to suit each installation.
Here is a brief overview of a few installations
we have completed.
Giraffe
Giraffe
Giraffe is a funky restaurant chain offering everything from breakfast to late-night
cocktails, so the atmosphere requires high levels of hygiene as well as needing
to continually feel fresh. In the Milton Keynes restaurant, Giraffe selected a
CAB15E air curtain to keep out draughts and pollutants, and to match the fun
interior design, the unit was bespoke powder coated to a fawn colour.
Somerfield
For Somerfield, Britain’s fifth-largest supermarket chain,
the high volume of fresh food it sells means that control
over the internal environment is essential. For a store
refurbishment and extension in Wareham, Dorset,
surface-mounted CAB15E air curtains with energy saving
thermostatic control were specified for an effective curtain
of air between the interior of the shop and the external
environment.
Somerfield
Extra MSA Services Ltd
Extra MSA Services Ltd uses the CAB air curtain range at a
number of its service areas to keep out the noise, pollution,
dust and cold draughts of the motorway.
The automatic doorways at these sites are open for much
of the day, but the services benefit from the flexibility of the
modular air curtains, using both 1m and 1.5m long units fitted
in pairs, to cover doorways ranging in size up to 3m wide.
Extra MSA Services Ltd
The Outlet
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case studies
The Outlet
Jaeger, Pilot, Julian Graves and Regatta are among the
well known brand names at Belfast’s The Outlet designer
shopping centre that have chosen Dimplex CAB and
DAB air curtains to provide an invisible barrier of air to
keep either warm or cold air in when doors are frequently
opened.
The shopping centre attracts high footfall from a wide
catchment and many of the stores needed assistance to
improve indoor air quality, minimise draughts and dust and
maintain a warm welcome within the store.­
Dune Shoe Shop
For a trendy Dune shoe shop in South Molton Street, London, time
and flexibility in fitting a new air curtain were of the essence, as the
installation was during the busy Christmas shopping season, so it
had to be installed overnight to allow for normal trading the next day.
Dimplex was specified for the air curtains as no other manufacturer’s
product offers the dual flexibility option of recessed or surface
mounting from one single model. The retail designer had specified
the doorway width and a Dimplex CAB15ER unit was selected to
give the best coverage of the entrance.
Dune Shoe Shop
Healthy Living Centre
Heralded locally as a flagship demonstration of how green technologies can be
used to the benefit of a whole community, the new £8m Healthy Living Centre
in Staveley, Derbyshire has installed Dimplex ARC architectural air curtains as
part of an extensive list of energy saving measures. These bespoke air curtains
were the ideal choice for this project as they provide a rare combination of
designer looks and energy saving performance that complements the renewable
technologies employed whilst being colour matched to the building too.
Healthy Living Centre
Falmouth Business Park
When Priority Sites, a joint venture between Royal Bank of Scotland
and English Partnerships, wanted to install renewable energy into
six units at its new Falmouth Business Park, it chose Dimplex heat
pumps to help them achieve this. The development has a number of
environmentally-friendly initiatives as well as the ground source heat
pumps, including harvesting rainwater for use as waste water. As
a result, the Business Park has achieved a ‘very good’ rating from
BREEAM, the most widely used environmental assessment method of
commercial buildings.
Falmouth Business Park
Travelodge Hotel
A new 53 bedroom Travelodge in Devizes, Wiltshire was fitted with
Dimplex air source heat pumps to help meet Building Regulations
and Merton Rule criteria. The new £2.6million Travelodge had
three Dimplex LA 28 AS air source heat pumps installed to pre-heat
domestic hot water for the hotel. The freestanding units have a flow
temperature up to 55 degrees Celsius and are designed for outdoor
installation with a powder-coated metal casing to withstand the
British climate, making them ideal for specification where internal
space is limited.
Travelodge Hotel
Fire Case Studies
Although not featured in this brochure, for selected leisure environments, a Dimplex fire could be an ideal focal point.
British Airways
Dimplex SP9 Optiflame® fires
were selected by the British
Airways global lounge design
team to create focal points in
Terminal 5’s ‘galleries’ complex
which houses the exclusive
Concorde, First Class and
Business Class lounges.
British Airways Terminal 5
Slug & Lettuce
Customers within selected bars of
national pub chain Slug & Lettuce
now enjoy the benefits of Dimplex
SP4 wall mounted electric fires.
Award winning design company
Plumtree Mee, specialize in
Slug & Lettuce
commercial environments, were
asked to introduce warmer colours and upgrade the ambience of
the bar environment. The SP fires were fitted to selected feature
walls to help bring extra ‘life’ to the interiors.
case studies
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air curtains
How do they work?
What’s the benefit?
• Doors can remain open
Air curtains work by separating two different
temperature zones with an invisible curtain of
air. They provide a fast moving air stream to
block air movement through the door whilst
allowing the door to remain open.
By creating an ‘invisible door’ using the fast
moving airstream people can pass easily from
area to area without doors hindering progress.
• Prevents heated or cooled air escaping
An effective air curtain separates two zones
allowing different temperatures to be
maintained without doors hindering access.
Heat or cold
Pollution
• Reduces draughts and discomfort
Comfort levels for staff, customers and visitors
close to the doorway are increased by air
curtains reducing draughts through frequently
opening doorways.
Air curtain
Bad smell
Air
outside
Air
inside
Insects
Air
stream
Placing an air curtain above or to the side
of the entrance covering the full door width
maximises performance by stopping heated air
escaping in winter, or cooled air escaping
in summertime. This barrier effect can help
reduce energy costs by up to a third.†
Positioning the air curtain too far from the
entrance compromises performance with air
leaking around the airstream.
• Energy saving
Costs of running heating and air conditioning
systems can be reduced by up to a third with air
curtains as they help to seal the building from
the environment, making the building more
energy efficient. Auto ‘door sensing’ controls
give further savings over running costs.
• Reduced ingress of insects and pollutants
Cold air
Insects, pollens and other airborne pollutants
can be minimised with air curtains as they block
much of these from entering the building.
Wind
External
pressure
Warm air
Internal
pressure
Cold Storage
Room / Chiller
†
dependant on installation.
Where extractor units are used within the
building, ventilation should also be provided to
equalise pressure differences for maximum air
curtain effectiveness.
By retaining the cooled air within a cold
storage room, an air curtain dramatically
reduces waste energy and gives unhindered
access from area to area. With no doors
or curtains to reduce visibility, user safety
is improved for those moving around the
building.
The range
Over door
heaters
Provides multidirectional powerful
heating above the
entrance to shops
and small doorways.
These units operate
up to 2.3m from the
floor.
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3.0m
CAB Range
Offers a curtain of
air across entrances
up to 3m from the
floor. Recess mounted
versions available.
air curtain introduction
3.75m
ARC Range
4.0m
DAB Range
Designed for prestigious
entrances where style and
finish are paramount.
Horizontal and vertical
models are available in a
range of appealing finishes.
Engineered for high output
performance over doors up
to 4m. These air curtains
can also be supplied for
recess installations.
6.0m
IAB Range
Powerful industrial air curtains for
large doors up to 6m high.
Energy Saving Air Curtains
Lower Energy Bills
Significant reductions in HVAC running costs
for a given premises can be realised with a
correctly installed air curtain.
£ thousands
less HVAC running costs
Energy Savings with Dimplex Air Curtains
50%
De-rated Installation Mode
For installations where a lower electrical input is desired, Dimplex air curtains can be permanently modified
at installation to consume up to 50% less energy for reduced running cost.
50%
Interlocked Installation Mode
By connecting the Dimplex air curtain to A/C plant or a heating system, up to 50% reduction in air curtain
running costs can be realised as the air curtain modifies output dependent on heating or air conditioning mode.
97%
Interlocked and De-rated Installation Mode
Where a lower electrical input power is desired and appropriate, and the Dimplex air curtain can be connected
to the heating or air conditioning system, then up to 97% of air curtain running cost can be recouped.
less running cost
less running cost
less running cost
£hundreds
Auto Door Sensor Mode
Save hundreds of pounds every year by fitting an inexpensive magnetic door sensor to the pre-programmed
Dimplex control system. As the doors open and close, the air curtain optimises output accordingly.
£hundreds
Passive Infra-Red Sensor Mode
Save hundreds of pounds every year by using a PIR passive sensor with the Dimplex control system. As the PIR
senses people movement, the Dimplex standard control system optimises output to match.
£hundreds
Thermostat Regulation Mode
No need for PWM systems that cost the earth. Thermostatic regulation fitted as standard** is the most cost
effective way to save energy. Switching heat in and out as conditions dictate without limiting performance.
less running cost
less running cost
less running cost
** Dependent on model
air curtain features
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commercial
air curtains
the CAB surface mounted range
A comprehensive range of electronically
controlled air curtains for surface mounted
installation up to a maximum 3m from the
floor.
With electric, water and ambient models
available, the range can be linked together as
one system over door widths of up to 10m and
controlled via one wall mounted controller.
Energy saving features
• Can save up to a third of heating/air con
running costs.
• Auto output control reduces energy use when
doors closed.
• Fully integrated links to BMS/BEMS systems
for centralised energy control.
• Tamper-proof thermostatic operation for
further control over running costs.†
Model CAB15W
Range features
• High output air stream for entrances up to
3m high.
Model CAB20E
• Modular design for simple product linking
over any door width.
†
dependent on model.
3m
Max. Mounting Height
Door Width
Voltage
Water
Ambient
3.0m 3.0m 3.0m
1m 1.5m
2m
1m 1.5m
surface mounted air curtains
2m
4.5/ 6.75/ 9.0/
9.0kW 13.5kW18.0kW
9.0kW 13.5kW18.0kW
CAB20A#
CAB15A
CAB10A
3.0m 3.0m 3.0m
1m
n/a
1.5m 2m
n/a
n/a
400V~ 3PN 230V~ 1PN 230V~ 1PN
13.5 20.0 27.0
Noise dB (A) **
(High/low Airflow)
54/50 55/51 56/52 53/49 54/50 55/51 54/50 55/51 56/52
Air Volume m3/h
1200 1800 2400
9
9
9
0.3
0.5
0.6
1100 1700 2200
8
Approvals
10
CAB15W
3.0m 3.0m 3.0m
Ambient &
Cold Store
Supply Rating (A)*
Max Air Flow m/s
Colour
customisation
available
CAB20W#
Water Heated
(at 82/71°C – LPHW)
CAB10W
Electrically
Heated
CAB20E#
Model
Heat Output
3m
Electric
CAB15E
heat and fan only settings.†
• Electronic fan over-run control when used
with compatible door sensors.
• ‘Easy-fix’ wall bracket provided for a quick
alternative to standard drop-rods.
• Wall mounted controls included as standard.
• Electric models can be modified for single
phase connection at reduced output.
Technical Specification
CAB10E
• Wide 40° air flow direction adjustment.
• Electronic control system with full heat, half
8
8
0.3
0.5
0.6
1200 1800 2400
9
9
9
BEAB
* Amps per phase
**Measured 3m from product, outside airstream
# Supplied as 2 x 1m units
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
commercial
air curtains
the CAB recess mounted range
With the same comprehensive specification
as their surface mounted cousins, the CAB
recessed models are perfect for suspended
or plasterboard ceiling installations with
controls included as standard.
With the popular 1m, 1.5m and 2m doors
catered for, there’s a CAB suited to almost all
door widths.
Energy saving features
• Can save up to a third of heating/air con
Model CAB15WR
running costs.
• Auto output control reduces energy use when
doors closed.
• Fully integrated links to BMS/BEMS systems
for centralised energy control.
• Tamper-proof thermostatic operation for
further control over running costs.†
Dedicated Electric Recessed
Range features
• High output air stream for entrances up to
3m high.
• Modular recess design suited to almost any
†
dependent on model.
3m
Model CAB10ER
Technical Specification
Max. Mounting Height
Door Width
Water
Colour
customisation
available
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
Ambient
1m 1.5m
2m
1m 1.5m
2m
CAB20AR#
CAB15AR
CAB10AR
CAB20WR#
CAB15WR
3.0m 3.0m 3.0m
Ambient &
Cold Store
3.0m 3.0m 3.0m
1m
1.5m 2m
Apperture Dimensions
Length x Depth (mm)
1106 x 1656 x 2281 x 1105 x 1655 x 2200 x 1105 x 1655 x 2200 x
620 620 620
605 605 605
605 605 605
Heat Output
4.5/ 6.75/ 9.0/
9.0kW 13.5kW18.0kW
9.0kW 13.5kW18.0kW
Voltage
Electric
3.0m 3.0m 3.0m
Water Heated
(at 82/71°C – LPHW)
CAB10WR
CAB20ER#
Model
Electrically
Heated
CAB15ER
CAB10ER
door width.
• Electronic control system with full heat, half
heat and fan only settings.†
• Electronic fan over-run control when used
with compatible door sensors.
• Separate wall controls able to control up to
ten units as a system.
• ‘Easy connect’ control system for fast
installation.
• Wall mounted controls included as standard.
• Electric models can be modified for single
phase connection at reduced output.
n/a
n/a
n/a
400V~ 3PN 230V~ 1PN 230V~ 1PN
Supply Rating (A)*
13.5 20.0 27.0
Noise dB (A) **
(High/low Airflow)
54/50 55/51 56/52 53/49 54/50 55/51 54/50 55/51 56/52
Air Volume m3/h
1200 1800 2400
Max Air Flow m/s
9
9
9
0.3
0.5
0.6
1100 1700 2200
8
Approvals
8
8
0.3
0.5
0.6
1200 1800 2400
9
9
9
BEAB
* Amps per phase
**Measured 3m from product, outside airstream
# Supplied as 2 x 1m units
recess mounted air curtains
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commercial
air curtains
the DAB surface mounted range
A high power range of air curtains designed
specifically for mounting up to 4m from the
floor using the same electronic controls and
exterior design as the smaller CAB series.
With wide airflow adjustment and easy bracket
mounting, the installation of either electric,
water or ambient models has never been easier.
Energy saving features
• Can save up to a third of heating/air con
running costs.
• Auto output control reduces energy use when
doors closed.
• Fully integrated links to BMS/BEMS systems
for centralised energy control.
• Tamper-proof thermostatic operation for
further control over running costs.†
2 x DAB15E
Range features
• High output air stream for entrances up to
4m high.
• Modular design for simple product linking
over any door width.
• Wide 40° air flow direction adjustment.
• Electronic control system with full heat, half
†
dependent on model.
4m
Max. Mounting Height
Door Width
Water
Voltage
Ambient
Colour
customisation
available
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surface mounted air curtains
4.0m 4.0m 4.0m
1m 1.5m
2m
4.0m 4.0m 4.0m
1m 1.5m
2m
6.0/ 9.0/ 12.0/
12.0kW18.0kW24.0kW
12.0kW18.0kW24.0kW
DAB20A#
DAB15A
Ambient &
Cold Store
DAB10A
DAB20W#
Heat Output
4m
Electric
Model
Water Heated
(at 82/71°C – LPHW)
DAB15W
alternative to standard drop-rods.
• Wall mounted controls included as standard.
• Electric models can be modified for single
phase connection at reduced output.†
Electrically
Heated
DAB10W
multiple units as a system.
• ‘Easy-fix’ wall bracket provided for a quick
DAB20E#
with compatible door sensors.
• Separate wall controls able to control
Technical Specification
DAB15E
• Electronic fan over-run control when used
Model DAB10E
DAB10E
heat and fan only settings.
†
4.0m 4.0m 4.0m
1m
n/a
1.5m 2m
n/a
n/a
400V~ 3PN 230V~ 1PN 230V~ 1PN
Supply Rating (A)*
18.9 27.5 37.8
Noise dB (A) **
(High/low Airflow)
58/52 59/53 60/54 57/51 58/53 59/55 58/52 59/53 60/54
Air Volume m3/h
3000 4000 6000
Max Air Flow m/s
13.5 13.5 13.5
1.5
2.3
3.0
2500 3500 5000
13
Approvals
13
13
1.5
2.3
3.0
3000 4000 6000
13.5 13.5 13.5
BEAB
* Amps per phase
**Measured 3m from product, outside airstream
# Supplied as 2 x 1m units
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
commercial
air curtains
the DAB recess mounted range
Based on the DAB air curtains, these
models allow recess mounting within
plaster or suspended ceilings and can be
linked together as a system when desired.
Whether it’s the full 4m mounting height that’s
required, or use over entrances with high
external wind pressure, these models are sure to
be up to the job.
Energy saving features
Model DAB15WR
• Can save up to a third of heating/air con
running costs.
• Auto output control reduces energy use when
doors closed.
• Fully integrated links to BMS/BEMS systems
for centralised energy control.
• Tamper-proof thermostatic operation for
further control over running costs.†
Range features
• High output air stream for entrances up to
†
dependent on model.
4m
Model DAB10ER
Technical Specification
Max. Mounting Height
Door Width
Water
Colour
customisation
available
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
Ambient
1m 1.5m
2m
1m 1.5m
2m
DAB20AR#
DAB15AR
DAB10AR
DAB20WR#
DAB15WR
4.0m 4.0m 4.0m
Ambient &
Cold Store
4.0m 4.0m 4.0m
1m
1.5m 2m
Apperture Dimensions
Length x Depth (mm)
1105 x 1655 x 2200 x 1105 x 1655 x 2200 x 1105 x 1655 x 2200 x
605 605 605
605 605 605
605 605 605
Heat Output
6.0/ 9.0/ 12.0/
12.0kW18.0kW24.0kW
12.0kW18.0kW24.0kW
Voltage
Electric
4.0m 4.0m 4.0m
Water Heated
(at 82/71°C – LPHW)
DAB10WR
DAB20ER#
Model
Electrically
Heated
DAB15ER
DAB10ER
4m high.
• Modular recess design suited to almost any
door width.
• Electronic control system with full heat, half
heat and fan only settings.†
• Electronic fan over-run control when used
with compatible door sensors.
• Separate wall controls able to control
multiple units as a system.
• ‘Easy connect’ control system for fast
installation.
• Wall mounted controls included as standard.
• Electric models can be modified for single
phase connection at reduced output.†
n/a
n/a
n/a
400V~ 3PN 230V~ 1PN 230V~ 1PN
Supply Rating (A)*
18.9 27.5 37.8
Noise dB (A) **
(High/low Airflow)
58/52 59/53 60/54 57/51 58/53 59/55 58/52 59/53 60/54
Air Volume m3/h
3000 4000 6000
Max Air Flow m/s
13.5 13.5 13.5
1.5
2.3
3.0
2500 3500 5000
13
Approvals
13
13
1.5
2.3
3.0
3000 4000 6000
13.5 13.5 13.5
BEAB
* Amps per phase
**Measured 3m from product, outside airstream
# Supplied as 2 x 1m units
recess mounted air curtains
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industrial air
curtains
the IAB range
A range of air curtains designed for
industrial applications and areas where the
highest performance is required to protect
the open door.
With highly durable components offering long
life and maintenance free operation, these units
can be specified with confidence and troublefree long service in mind.
Often found in large warehouses, factories and
distribution centres, these super high power air
curtains can cut running costs of a busy facility
considerably, whilst improving the working
environment too.
Both 1m and 1.5m units are available in either
LPHW, electric or ambient versions, and can be
linked together as a complete air curtain system.
2 x IAB15W
Energy saving features
• Can save up to a third of heating/air con
running costs.
• Auto output control reduces energy use when
doors closed.
• Fully integrated links to BMS/BEMS systems
for centralised energy control.
• Tamper-proof thermostatic operation for
further control over running costs.
#
Range features
Model IAB10W
• Super high output airstream for the largest
doors.
• Adjustable air outlet vanes.
• Electronic control system with full heat and
fan speed control.#
• Electronic over-run control when used with
a compatible door sensor.
• High power centrifugal blowers for large
air movement.
• Wall controls included as standard.
• ‘Easy connect’ control system gives single
point control over multiple units.
#
Dependent on model
6m
6m
Electric
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Water
industrial air curtains
Ambient
Technical Specification
Model
Max. Mounting Height
Door Width
Heat Output
Voltage
Electrically
Heated
IAB10E IAB15E
Water Heated
(at 82/71°C – LPHW)
Ambient &
Cold Store
IAB10W IAB15W IAB10A IAB15A
6.0m
6.0m
6.0m
6.0m
6.0m
6.0m
1m
1.5m
1m
1.5m
1m
1.5m
27kW
41kW
n/a
n/a
12/24kW 18/36kW
400V~ 3PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
Supply Rating (A)*
41.0
61.0
6.0
9.0
6.0
9.0
Noise dB (A) **
(High/low Airflow)
70/62
73/63
70/62
73/63
70/62
73/63
Air Volume m3/h
4500
6900
4500
6900
4500
6900
Max Air Flow m/s
18
18
18
18
18
18
* Amps per phase
** Measured 3m from product, outside airstream
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
architectural
air curtains
the ARC range
Designed to be at home in the most
prestigious corporate entrances and
reception areas, the new Dimplex ARC range
of architectural air curtains suits the most
exacting requirements of modern design.
Offered for installation above the door or either
side as vertical units, they can be supplied to
bespoke requirements and all can be finished to
a high standard in either brushed stainless steel,
mirror polished stainless steel or coloured to
customer preference.
As with all Dimplex air curtains, multiple units can
also be linked together as a system and operated
from the controller supplied as standard.
Model ARC20E
Energy saving features
• Can save up to a third of heating/air con
running costs.
• Auto output control reduces energy use when
doors closed.
• Fully integrated links to BMS/BEMS systems
for centralised energy control.
• Tamper-proof thermostatic operation for
further control over running costs.
#
Range features
• Choice of mirror polished stainless steel or
brushed stainless steel finish to suit modern
building design.
• Horizontal or vertical models.
• Electronic control system with full heat and
fan speed control.#
• Electronic over-run control when used with
a compatible door sensor.
• Full (BMS) Building Management System
Interface.
• Adjustable output to suit conditions.
• Wall controls included as standard.
• Wide entrances can be catered for.
• Electric models can be modified for single
phase connection at reduced output.#
#
Dependent on model
3.75m
ARC10
ARC15
ARC20
Mounting Height
3.75m
3.75m
3.75m
1m
1.5m
2m
6/12kW
9/18kW
12/24kW
Voltage - Electric
400V~ 3PN
400V~ 3PN
400V~ 3PN
Voltage - LPHW & Ambient
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
Max Air Velocity
12m/s
12m/s
12m/s
Air Volume m3/h
3000
4000
6000
Air Volume m /h (LPHW)
2500
3500
5000
LPHW Flow/Return Temps
82º/71ºC
82º/71ºC
82º/71ºC
110 x 1120mm
110 x 1520mm
110 x 2040mm
3m
3m
3m
Door Width Coverage
Heat Output
3
Supply Air Grille Dims (DxW)
3m
Colour
customisation
available
Vertical mounted coverage
As these products are bespoke, please ring us on 01489 773336 and we can
arrange for your local Dimplex commercial sales manager to contact you.
architectural air curtains
15
over door
heaters
the AC surface mounted range
Dimplex AC over door heaters provide
multi-directional, powerful and effective
heating above the entrance to shops, offices
and almost any small doorway.
When fitted above an open door, the warm air
flow encourages trade by allowing doors and
entrances to remain ‘open for business’ in many
commercial applications.
The AC over door heaters are also ideal for
any situation where a high-level fan heater is
required, and offer increased convenience with
the remote control AC3RN version.
Model AC3N
Energy saving features
• Twin heat settings and fan only mode help
match output to changing heating demands,
keeping a check on energy use.
Range features
• Provides a ‘Warm Welcome’ above single
and double doorways.
• Integral control over full heat, half heat and
fan only settings.
• Adjustable air flow direction.
• Can be used as a high level fan heater.
• Infra-red remote control model available
(AC3RN).
• Model AC3N, AC3RN and AC45N designed
2.3m
for single doorways.
• Model AC6N designed for double doorways.
• Colour white.
✓
Model AC6N
Technical Specification
Model
AC3N
AC3RN
AC45N
AC6N
Max Recommended Mounting Height
2.3m
2.3m
2.3m
2.3m
1.5/3.0kW
1.5/3.0kW
2.25/4.5kW
3.0/6.0kW
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
13A
13A
19A
26A
Noise dB (A)*
50.5
50.5
52.0
57.0
Air Volume m /h
212
212
248
446
Max Air Speed m/s**
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.5
Heat Output
Voltage
Current (A)
3
2.3m
Approvals
BEAB
* Effective airflow with cover fitted.
**Measured 3m from the product, outside the airstream.
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over door heaters
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
recessed
ceiling
heater
the AC recessed
The Dimplex AC3CN is designed to provide
subtle heating where wall space is limited
and fast response is needed.
This model can be fitted as a ceiling heater or
close to a door, and offers up to six different
installation options.
Supplied complete with recess grille and wall
controller.
Model AC3CN in situ
Energy saving features
• Twin heat settings and fan only mode help
match output to changing heating demands,
keeping a check on energy use.
Product features
• Standard double gang wall controller.
• Full heat, half heat and fan only modes.
• Egg crate grille with frame as standard.
• Suitable for 300 x 600mm and
Model AC3CN
600 x 600mm ceiling installations.
• Suitable for plasterboard or suspended
ceilings.
• Drop-rod or bracket mountings.
• Can be installed into a shallow 300mm
aperture without egg crate grille if desired.
Technical Specification
Model
AC3CN
Max Recommended Mounting Height
2.3m
Heat Output
1.5/3.0kW
Voltage
2.3m
✓
230V~ 1PN
Current (A)
13A
Noise dB (A)*
52.0
Air Volume m3/h
175
Max Air Speed m/s**
3.2
Approvals
BEAB
* Measured at 3m from the product, outside airstream.
**Effective airflow with cover and grille fitted.
2.3m
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
recessed ceiling heater
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commercial
fan heating
What’s the benefit?
How do they work?
• Economical building heating
One of the most simple to install methods of
heating a building, air flow can be directed
wherever needed whenever needed.
• Fast response heat
Where other systems require pre-heating,
fan heaters provide heat to quickly address a
short fall or boost the temperatures.
Heating elements
Air
inlet
grille
Directional
outlet grille
• Flexible heating
Commercial fan heaters are as adept at
providing a temporary heat source as they are
when permanently installed.
Fan-motor
Fan heaters work by forcing air across an element or heater battery to heat the
ambient air in a given space. The more air that passes across the heating element
the more quickly the temperatures will rise in that area.
Blow
Air stratification
The inclination
allows recovery
of the
accumulated
heat at the top
The velocity and distance the air is
moved also affects the heaters ability to
heat. The faster the airflow moves, the
less time it has to be warmed by the
elements giving rise to greater areas
being heated to lower temperatures.
As heat rises, so heated air naturally
heads for the ceilings giving a
stratification of warmer air at the ceiling
down to cooler air at ground level. For
this reason, it is always recommended
to install de-stratification fans to help
keep warmer, heated air at ground
levels where it will be experienced most.
Where de-stratification fans are not
available, the positioning of fan
heaters at a higher mounting level
blowing down can help to offset the
effects of rising warm air by throwing
this air back toward ground level.
Performance chart
18
commercial fan introduction
Compact commercial fan heaters
200m3/h
Portable commercial fan heater
400m3/h
Wall mounted commercial fan heater (CFS30)
400m3/h
Wall mounted commercial fan heaters
750m3/h
High power wall mounted commercial
fan heaters
900m3/h
4.5m
8m
10m
Features
• Suitable for small rooms to larger industrial
environments.
The range
There are four types of fan heater in the our commercial range, providing
a heating solution for most applications.
• Wide range of models with outputs from
3kW – 12kW.
• Fan heating systems with up to 120kW
available.
• Choice of portable or wall mounted models.
• Single heater controls or electronic system
control options.
• Multi-directional wall brackets and rugged
handles included.*
• Heavy duty construction for reliable long service.
• Long life, durable components used throughout.
* dependent on model.
Positioning
Incorrect positioning
7
Compact commercial fan heaters
Portable commercial fan heater
Providing cost effective localised
heating, this range is perfect where an
occasional heating boost is needed.
Models with and without wall controls
are available.
Designed for commercial
environments where high visibility and
rugged construction is a must.
Wall mounted commercial fan
heaters
High power wall mounted
commercial fan heaters
With rugged construction and high
quality components, these heaters
come as standard with wall mounted
controls giving a cost effective
heating solution.
Offering electronic system control,
these heaters are operated from
one additional controller with
programmable digital thermostat and
timer functions across the range.
Incorrect positioning
7
Correct positioning
3
The direction of the fan heaters when more
than one are used also affects efficiency.
By directing air flows so they do not clash,
as shown, a more even temperature will be
achieved across the whole building area.
commercial fan features
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compact
commercial
fan heater
the PFH range
Perfect for use in garages, workshops,
offices, store rooms or almost any small
commercial situation.
These heaters are designed to provide
unobtrusive heating with automatic thermostatic
control and multi-adjustable mounting bracket
all included as standard. With performance
tuned for maximum heating effect, these heaters
are sure to provide an effective and economical
heating solution.
The PFH30 model provides 3kW heating output
with built-in thermostatic control in a stylish
housing that will blend in with its surroundings,
whilst the remote control PFH30R adds a wall
controller over all heater functions and room
temperature levels as standard.
Model PFH30
Energy saving features
• Thermostatic control fitted to all models
giving the optimum balance between heat
requirements and low running cost.
• Fan only mode provides air circulation for
summer use.
Range features
• New ‘stylish’ heater design with low noise
performance.
• Multi directional wall bracket giving 40°
vertical and 120° horizontal adjustment.
• Single screw angle adjustment.
• Remote control supplied as standard with
PFH30R model offering thermostat and full
heater control.
• Grey finish
✓
Models PFH30 (left) and PFH30R (right)
Technical Specification
Model
PFH30
PFH30R
Heat Output
3.0kW
3.0kW
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
Airflow m3/h
200
200
Noise dB (A)**
24
24
Max Air Temp °C*
58
58
5°C – 35°C
5°C – 35°C
Voltage
Thermostat
Approvals
BEAB
* Measured at 0.5m
**Measured at 1m
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garage fan heaters
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
portable
& installed
commercial
fan heaters
the CFP and CFS ranges
A range of robust portable wall mounted
fan heaters suited for general purpose
commercial and light industrial use. These
models provide fast, flexible heating
wherever and whenever it is needed.
The CFP30 portable model is perfect
for occasional heating needs with sturdy
construction, 3kW output and thermostatic
control.
The CFS models are designed to offer economic
heating for small to medium sized commercial
environments. Sold complete with wall controller,
they offer an all-in-one solution for many
commercial and light industrial premises.
Model CFS30
Energy saving features
• Thermostatic control for optimum comfort
levels with low running costs.*
* dependent on model.
CFP range features
• Rugged styling with ‘chunky’ go anywhere
appearance.
• Integral controls.
• Fan only, half heat, full heat and
thermostat.
• Durable floor stand and handle.
• Yellow and black finish.
Model CFP30
Technical Specification
CFS range features
• Heavy duty corrosion resistant case.
• Multi-directional wall bracket.
• Wall controller with fan only, half and full
heat selection (double gang size) included.
• White case with black grilles.
CFS30
CFS60
2.3m
400m3/h
750m3/h
✓
Model
CFP30
CFS30*
CFS60*
Heat Output
3.0kW
3.0kW
6.0kW
Voltage
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
400V~ 3PN
Noise dB (A)**
37
37
50
3
Airflow (m /h)
400
400
750
Throw (m)
4.5
4.5
8
Air Off Temp °C #
35
35
45
* Controller included
** Measured 1m from unit outside airstream
# Calculated at 21°C return air temperature
commercial fan heaters
21
industrial
fan heaters
the CFH range
High power electronic fan heaters that
offer a full heating system to larger
industrial environments. These heaters use
centrifugal blowers for faster airflow and
heavy duty elements for effective heating,
in the most challenging environments.
An additional controller allows control of up to
10 heaters with accurate digital programming
control built-in, and is connected via simple
PC network cable.
Model CFH90
Energy saving features
• Digital central control system gives close time
and temperature control for optimised energy
use.
• High airflow fan units condition the air
quickly for economic use.
Range features
• High power range for larger installations.
• Powerful airflow for maximum air circulation.
• Simple low voltage connection system using
standard PC network cable.
• Multi-directional wall mounting brackets.
• Electronic control with 7 day timer and
multiple programming features.*
• Independent fan and heat level control.
• Full electronic room thermostat for accurate
control.*
• Full function system control over up to 10
heaters.*
• Electronic ‘power on’ self check.
Model CFH120
Technical Specification
* requires CFCH controller.
Model
CFH60
CFH90
CFH120
Heat Output
6.0kW
9.0kW
12.0kW
400V~ 3PN
230V~ 1PN
400V~ 3PN
230V~ 1PN
400V~ 3PN
230V~ 1PN
Noise dB (A)#
60
60
60
Airflow m3/h
900
900
900
10m
10m
10m
40
55
65
Voltage
6kW
900m3/h
9kW
900m /h
12kW
3
Throw
Air Off Temp °C ##
900m3/h
#
##
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industrial fan heaters
Measured 3m from product, outside airstream
Calculated at 21ºC return air temperature
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
Centrally controlled building heating
Electrical supply
PC Network Cable (CAT5)
Multiple heater control
Electrical supply
PC Network Cable (CAT5)
Designed for exclusive use with the Dimplex
CFH range of industrial fan heaters.
The CFCH control system* provides central
control over multiple fan heaters connected via
the simple electronic control bus system fitted
to all CFH range heaters. With building heating
requirements up to 120kW, this control system
has a number of key features for convenient
automatic operation in larger buildings.
* required for all CFH heating systems.
Model CFCH
CFCH features
• Multiple heater control
Using standard PC network cable allows
control over 10 heaters as one.
• Fan & heat selection
Independent control with graphical display.
• Electronic room thermostat
Ambient & target temperature display with 1°C
adjustment steps.
• 7 day programming
Up to 32 individual time programmes available.
• Run back timer
Up to 5 hour delay can be set.
• Low voltage control
Control signals operate at low voltage over
(CAT5) PC network cable.
Focussed heating with single point control
Focussed heating with single point control
Electrical supply
PC Network Cable (CAT5)
Electrical supply
PC Network Cable (CAT5)
CFCH controller
23
radiant
heating
How does radiant heating work?
What’s the benefit?
• Heats like the sun
Radiant heat passes through the air and heats
solid objects making it highly efficient wherever
it’s installed.
In contrast to fan based heating, radiant
heaters use the oldest form of heating known
to man. Just as the sun’s rays heat the earth,
so our radiant heaters use this same method
of heating objects (the earth, people, buildings
etc) rather than the air between them for
effective performance.
• Instant heat
No need for expensive pre-heating, these
heaters give heat instantly, cutting the cost of
heating intermittently used buildings.
• Low running costs
Because only the intended occupants are
heated, not the air around them, you only
pay for the heat you really need, rather than a
whole building or area.
These radiant heaters transmit infra-red
energy which is converted into heat when it is
absorbed by objects which in turn then begins
to warm the surrounding areas as surface
temperatures rise.
• Silent running
With no moving parts, the Dimplex heaters are
silent when operating, making them perfect
where noise would otherwise be a problem.
• Low capital cost
Because the energy is only turned into heat
as it comes into contact with solid objects,
this heating technology can be used either
indoors where building insulation would
normally be a problem, or outdoors where
localised people heating is desired. In this
instance the heat provided is highly efficient
as very little is lost into the atmosphere,
unlike other methods of heating.
By only heating chosen areas, capital costs can
be reduced with fewer heaters when compared
with other systems sized to heat whole buildings.
The range
There are four types of radiant heaters in the Dimplex range.
Ruby sleeved
halogen element
Gold finish
halogen element
Infra-red element
Ceramic
Designed to offer a warm
red glow, these short wave
length elements operate
at 2,200°C to provide a
directional zone of heat.
These gold coated elements
work at similar temperatures
to the ruby sleeved elements
but also boast a gold
finish that improves energy
transmission by up to 15%.
These medium wave length
infra-red elements operate
at 1000ºC and provide an
ideal combination of fast
heat output and effective
performance.
These ceramic encased aluminium
elements operate over a longer
wavelength at up to 700°C to
provide a softer heat without the
glow experienced with the ruby
and gold element types.
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radiant introduction
Throw
QXD Spread & Throw Charts
QXD1500 QXD3000QXD4500
A
Height
B
B
C
D
Throw Spread
C
D
2.1m
2.5m
2.5m
2.5m
3.4m
3.7m
3.0m
4.5m
5.2m
Throw Spread
C
D
4.2m
Throw Spread
C
D
4.0m
5.0m
4.5m
5.0m
5.0m
3.5m
5.7m
5.7m
6.0m
6.1m
4.0m
6.4m
6.2m
7.1m
6.9m
8.2m
7.8m
4.5m
A All figures are for 450 mounting angle (for 300 mounting angle increase throw by 1.75 x)
95 W/m2
70 W/m2
120 W/m2
Mounting angle is the angle between the wall and
the rear panel of the heater.
CXD Spread & Throw Charts
CXD2000H
Height
B
Applications
Inactive (churches/meeting rooms) QXD1500
Light work (workshops/desk working/despatch areas)
Heavy work (factories/loading bays/open air construction)
QXD1500
3m
6m
Throw
C
Spread
D
Throw
C
Spread
D
1.8m
1.8m
1.3m
1.6m
1.1m
2.0m
2.0m
1.4m
1.8m
1.3m
2.3m
2.2m
1.6m
1.9m
1.4m
2.5m
2.4m
1.8m
2.1m
1.6m
2.7m
2.5m
1.9m
2.3m
1.7m
A All figures are for 450 mounting angle
65 W/m2
50 W/m2
80 W/m2
2m
Performance tips
CXD2000V
• Heaters should be mounted either side of
QXD1500
the heated area for optimum comfort and
coverage.
8m
(see positioning guide below)
• Heaters mounted outside must be rated at
least to IPX4 rating.
QXD1500
QXD3
Optional passive infra-red
detector switch
• Compatible with Quartz heating up to 3kW output.
• Automatically switches the heater on or off, depending on whether the
D3000
area below the heater is occupied.
• Time delay adjustment.
15m if required.
• Full 180° coverage over
QXD1500
• Size of detection area can be reduced.
• IP54 rated.
• Model DX4130.
6m
4m
3m
QXD3000
QXD3000
Positioning
3m
8m
QXD1500
6m
2m
QXD1500
7
QXD1500
3
8m
Correct
Incorrect
QXD1500
QXD3
QXD1500
D3000
6m
3m
2m
QXD1500
6m
4m
3m
QXD1500
QXD3000
QXD3000
8m
8m
Heaters installed from both sides ensure even heating as illustrated above
QXD3
D3000
radiant features
25
radiant
Quartzray ®
heaters
the QXD range
The QXD range features the ruby red
halogen lamp, giving a warm glow, and
can be selected in 1.5kW, 3kW and 4.5kW
outputs.
A universal mounting bracket gives a wide
range of adjustment and the heaters can be
used with the Dimplex DX4130 PIR switch for
automatic operation.
Energy saving features
Model QXD3000
• Energy efficient heaters that waste no heat
directly into the air, but heat people or
objects.
• Allows people to be heated cost effectively in
large hard to heat buildings.
• Optional PIR switch saves energy by
switching heat off when not needed.
Range features
• Ruby sleeved lamp provides a warm red
glow.
• Universal mounting bracket.
• Instant heat – avoiding the need for expensive
pre-heating of intermittently used buildings.
• Silent operation.
• Matt black finish.
Optional passive infra-red
detector switch
• Compatible with Quartz heating up to 3kW
output.
• Automatically switches the heater on or off,
depending on whether the area below the
heater is occupied.
• Time delay adjustment.
• Full 180° coverage over 15m if required.
• Size of detection area can be reduced.
• IP54 rated.
• Model DX4130.
See page 25 for photograph.
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Quartzray heaters
®
QXD range
Technical Specification
Model
QXD1500
QXD3000
QXD4500
Recommended Height*
2.5m
3.5m
4.0m
Minimum Installed Height
2.1m
2.5m
3.0m
Loading
1.5kW
3.0kW
4.5kW
Voltage
230V~ 1PN
Heat Type
Infra-red shortwave radiant
Lamps
Halogen filled quartz Halogen filled quartz Halogen filled quartz
linear (Ruby) x 1
linear (Ruby) x 2
linear (Ruby) x 3
Construction Steel case with aluminium reflector
Electrical ConnectionType c MCB with 5-10 x tripping coefficient
Accessories – Lamp Guards
QX9310
QX9311
QX9312
Accessories – Product Guards**
DXG15
DXG18
DXG17
* Calculated at medium intensity (95W/m2)
** Available from Norfolk Industries 01603 667 957
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
radiant
ceramic
heaters
the CXD range
Ceramic radiant heaters provide all the
benefits of radiant heating without the
light output associated with other types of
infra-red heaters.
Using long wave infra-red technology, they can
be installed inside or outside for the ultimate in
flexibility and come with fitted guards as standard.
All the Dimplex ceramic radiant heaters can also
be operated via the Dimplex DX4130 PIR switch
for automatic operation.
There is a choice of two models, the CXD2000V
with stacked elements for focussed heat, or the
CXD2000H with elements side by side for a
wider dispersion of heat.
Model CXD2000V
Energy saving features
• Provides heat to a zone or localised area,
saving energy compared with equivalent air
heaters.
• Auto heater control with Dimplex DX4130
PIR sensor (see page 25 for more details).
Model CXD2000V
Range features
Model CXD2000H
Technical Specification
• Robust ceramic elements for efficient radiant
heating.
• Can be mounted inside or outside.
• No visible light output.
• Fitted guard included.
• Adjustable mounting bracket.
• Silent operation.
• Matt black finish with white elements.
Model
2.0m
Minimum Installed Height
1.8m
Loading
2.0kW
Voltage
Heat Type
Lamps
Construction
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
CXD2000V / CXD2000H
Recommended Height
230V~ 1PN
Long wave length infra-red
Ceramic encased aluminium x 2
Steel case with aluminium reflector
ceramic heaters
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outdoor
patio
heaters
the OPH range
With a high quality aluminium case and
a choice of outputs, these new patio
heaters provide long lasting performance
with an attractive modern design, perfect
for outdoor dining areas or heating for
smokers!
With running costs as low as 13p kWh* and
an optional mounting kit for fixed hanging
installation or pole/mast mounting, they are
truly flexible.
Energy saving features
• Energy efficient heaters that heat people
without heating the air around them for a
cost effective solution.
• Low energy user giving substantially reduced
emissions compared to gas heaters.
• Optional passive infra-red switch – model
DX4130 (see page 25 for more details).
Model OPH20
Range features
• High quality aluminium case finished in
two-tone silver.
• 1.3kW Quartz Infra-red model.
• 2.0kW Quartz halogen model with “gold”
lamp for extended performance.
• Designed and rated for permanent external
installations.
• Instant heat – avoiding the need for
expensive pre-heating.
• Costs as little as 13p per hour* to run.
• ‘In-situ’ lamp replacement for minimum
downtime (OPH13).
• Fitted guard included.
• Optional mounting kit for hanging or pole/
mast mounting (OPHMK1).
* dependent on tariff and based on autumn 2008 prices.
Model OPH13
Technical Specification
Model
Heat Output
Supply
Construction
Element
Colour
Approvals
OPH13
2.0kW
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
Aluminium
Aluminium
Infra-red
Halogen
Silver
Silver
CE, IP24
CE, IP24
Min mounting height 1.8m
1.8m
Rec mounting height
2.0 – 2.3m
2.0 – 2.3m
1.7m
2.0
3.0m
3.5
Heat throw at 2m
mounting height*
Heat spread at 2m
mounting height*
*Heater mounting angle 45° giving 160W/m2 output
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outdoor heaters
OPH20
1.3kW
compact
outdoor
heaters
the CPH range
Offering slimline dimensions and quick
installation via a single adjustable fixing
point, the new CPH outdoor heaters
are perfect in a range of different
outdoor settings, having extended IPX5
water protection rating for dependable
performance whatever the weather.
There are two models in the range, a 1kW
and 1.5kW and both feature the class
leading halogen heating element for powerful
performance.
Energy saving features
• Energy efficient heaters that heat people
without heating the air around them for a
cost effective solution.
• Low energy user giving substantially reduced
emissions compared to gas heaters.
• Optional passive infra-red switch – model
DX4130 (see page 25 for more details).
Model CPH15
Range features
• Two-tone black and stainless steel finish.
• 1kW and 1.5kW models available.
• Quartz halogen technology with “gold”
lamps for extended performance.
• IPX5 extended water protection for all
weather use.
• Quick installation with single mounting point.
• Fitted guard included.
• Designed for permanent external installation.
• Costs as little as 10p per hour to run.*
• Instant heat – avoiding the need for
expensive pre-heating.
* dependent on tariff and based on autumn 2008 prices.
Model CPH10
Technical Specification
Model
CPH10
Heat Output
1.0kW
1.5kW
230 – 240V~ 1PN
230 – 240V~ 1PN
Supply
Construction
CPH15
Steel
Steel
Halogen
Halogen
Black and stainless steel
Black and stainless steel
CE, IPX5
CE, IPX5
Min mounting height 1.8m
1.8m
Recommended height
2.0m
2.0m
Element
Colour
Approvals/Ratings
Please see pages 40– 43
for dimensional details
outdoor heaters
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fan
convector
heaters
the WF range
With up to 3kW of heating available, these
WF fan convectors provide a low noise,
rapid response heating solution for
commercial installations such as shops,
offices, waiting rooms and restaurants.
Their built-in thermostatic temperature
control keeps energy use in check too.
Energy saving features
• WFC- Accurate thermostatic control.
• WFE- Automatic heat selection reduces
energy use whilst maintaining optimum
performance, comfort & economy.
Model WFC3NB
Range features
• Powerful 3kW maximum output.
• Choice of 1kW, 2kW or 3kW output
settings (WFC only).
• Automatic heat selection (WFE only).
• Frost protection setting.
• Fine mesh filter for incoming air to reduce
dust particles in the indoor environment.
• Programmable dual mode electronic
timer (WFE only).
Air Inlet
Model WFC3NB
Control
Model
WFC3NB
WFC3NS
WFC3TNB
WFE3TNS
Heat Output
(kW)
3.0/2.0/1.0
3.0/2.0/1.0
3.0/2.0/1.0
3.0/2.0/1.0
Voltage
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
79.2
79.2
Airflow (m3/h)
Colour
Auto Heat
Selection
Air Outlet
ancillary heaters
79.2
Black with wooden
end panels
Silver with black
end panels
4
4
4
4
4 5 + 2 day
4 5 + 2 day
Manual Heat
Selection
4
4
Variable
Thermstat
4
4
Programmable
Dual Mode
Timer
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79.2
Black with wooden Silver with black
end panels
end panels
flameproof
convector
heaters
the FXPH range
An ATEX certified range of flameproof heaters
providing the ideal solution for safe heating
in Zone 1 and Zone 2 areas exposed to
explosion hazards.
Applications may include: oil and gas installations/
chemical works/petrochemical plants/aircraft
hangers/fuel servicing areas.
Range features
• Approved to ATEX Directive 94/9/EC for
use in hazardous zones 1 and 2.
• II 2 G EEx d IIB T2 Protection.
• Steel tube with steel fins for maximum heat
transfer.
• Terminal box welded to steel tube.
• Two supports for horizontal wall mounting.
• Removable heating element.
• Single or double tier models.
• Accessory guards available.
Model FXPH1 (top) FXPH2 (below)
Model
Type
FXPH1/42/750 FXPH1/60/1000 FXPH2/42/1500 FXPH2/60/2000
Single Tier
Dual Tier
Single Tier
Dual Tier
0.75kW
1.0kW
1.5kW
2.0kW
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
230V~ 1PN
T2
T2
T2
T2
IP44
IP44
IP44
IP44
Heat Output
Voltage
Temp Rating
IP Rating
* Please note: This heater is NOT suitable for use in zone O.
air
warmers
the HAW range
Air warmers are extremely robust heaters
designed for a wide variety of industrial
applications.
Built to last in arduous surroundings, the Dimplex
air warmer will often be found in industrial
locations requiring a long lasting, heavy duty
heating that can be operated via separate controls.
Model HAW1000N
Model
Heat Output
Voltage
Electrical Connection
Range features
• Large number of fins give large heating surface.
• Strong, robust and very reliable.
• Now comes complete with guard.
Guard
HAW1000N
1.0kW
230V~ 1PN
20mm cable entry
4
Please see pages 40– 43 for dimensional details
ancillary heaters
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SCxn
cylinders
The Dimplex range of cylinders provides a
solution whatever the hot water demand.
The unvented cylinders provide mains
pressure hot water meaning that you can
supply numerous outlets without the need
for header tanks or pumps which frees up
valuable space.
Energy saving features
• 60mm CFC free foam injected insulation
with a low GWP of 1 and ODP of 0.
• Water inlet diffuser that prevents cold and
hot water mixing meaning more hot water
can be drawn off.
Range features
SCxni standard range
• Mains pressure hot water.
• Duplex steel inner cylinder with 25 years guarantee.
• Tough plastic leather grain external coating.
• No anode required which therefore reduces the
service requirements.
• Long life, low maintenance hot water supply.
• No cold water storage tank required, freeing up
valuable space.
• Manufactured in the UK.
Standard Cylinders
• Two ranges available either for direct electric
heating or with a coil for indirect heating.
• Cylinder sizes range from 80 to 305 litres,
external diameter 574mm.
• Internal expansion for quick and easy
installation and simplifying plant room design.
Solar Cylinders
SCxnsi solar range
• Design optimised for use with the Dimplex
solar thermal package.
• Large coil surface area positioned at the bottom
of the cylinder to efficiently transfer as much
heat as possible from the solar thermal system.
• Large dedicated solar volume to increase the
amount of solar energy transferred.
• Two ranges available, either with one coil for
solar and direct electric heating or with two
coils for solar and indirect heating.
Slimline Cylinders
• Where space is tight the slimline cylinders
offer the same features of the standard and
solar range but with a reduced external
diameter of 456mm for the standard range
and 501mm for the solar range.
• Standard slimline cylinders available in sizes
from 80 to 215 litres and solar slimline
cylinders available in sizes of 175 to 215 litres.
• External expansion to maximise the amount of
water stored.
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cylinders
SCxni slimline range
SCxn
commercial
cylinders
Dimplex has the answer for your large
unvented water cylinders up to 4000 litres.
Possible applications include:
• Student accommodation
• Schools and colleges
• Sheltered housing
• Sports clubs
• Spas and swimming pools
Image is computer
generated for illustrative
purposes only. Actual
cylinder appearance and
connections will vary.
5 ways of heating water:
Solar
For solar installations
that require cylinders
larger than 305L, the
commercial range
of cylinders can be
designed to supply all
the necessary hot water.
Having the correct size
cylinder means that
the system is able to
optimise the amount of
solar energy captured.
Other Renewables
Our bespoke
cylinders can be
designed to integrate
a number of heat
sources into one
central store. For
example, you may
want to integrate a
wood burning stove,
solar thermal and
heat pumps into one
central store.
Heat Pumps
require a coil with a
large surface area to
ensure heat can be
transferred effectively.
The commercial range
of cylinders allows
you to choose the
coil size to match the
application.
Gas
A good option for
large applications if
gas is available on
site. The coil size can
be varied to match
the specification of
the boiler company.
Direct Electric
A range of options for
single or three phase
electricity supplies with
simple installation.
Ideal for raising
the temperature for
pasteurisation, or as
an emergency backup
supply in the event of
the main heat source
failing or for sites where
another heat source is
not practical.
1 2 3 4 5
Range features
Totally bespoke specification, with every aspect
able to be customised:
• Coil size and number - available in sizes from
14kW up to 140kW allowing integration of
numerous different technologies.
• Number and rating of immersion heaters
from 3kW to 12kW.
• Specification and rating of temperature and
pressure gauges.
• Location of threaded fittings.
• The full range of safety equipment, specified
by our designers to ensure that your cylinder
is safe and conforms to current legislation
including.
- Size of pressure reducing valves.
- Size of expansion vessels.
- Size of temperature and pressure
release valves.
- Size of tundishes
Contact the Dimplex renewable design team to
discuss your exact requirements on 0845 600
5111. Simply let us know the specification of
the cylinder required and our experts will design
the cylinder to ensure years of safe and efficient
operation.
Cylinder size
Model Cylinder size
SCC450
450 litre Stainless Steel
SCC605
605 litre Stainless Steel
SCC810
810 litre Stainless Steel
SCC965
965 litre Stainless Steel
SCC1125
1125 litre Stainless Steel
SCC1380
1380 litre Stainless Steel
Immersion heaters
kW Rating Phase
Connection
3
1
1¾" BSP
3
1
2¼” BSP
3
3
1¾” BSP
2¼” BSP
4
1
6
1
1¾” BSP
6
1
2¼” BSP
2¼” BSP
SCC1775
1775 litre Stainless Steel
SCC1875
1875 litre Stainless Steel
6
3
SCC2155
2155 litre Stainless Steel
9
3
1¾” BSP
SCC3000
3000 litre Stainless Steel
9
3
2¼” BSP
SCC4000
4000 litre Stainless Steel
12
3
2¼” BSP
Threaded fittings
/8" 3
½”
¾”
1”
1¼”
1½” 1¾”
2”
Threaded fitting
4
4
4
Threaded fittings (dish end off centre)
4
4
4
4
4
Threaded fittings (inner wrapper)
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
commercial cylinders
2¼”
4
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solar
thermal
Solar energy is available in
abundance all around us. Every
year the sun provides 8000 times
more energy than we consume
globally.
Solar water heating systems
harness solar radiation to
efficiently and effectively heat
water stored in a cylinder, ready
for use whenever you need it.
One system, many applications
Solar systems comprise three key elements
which are highly versatile enabling them to be
used for a variety of applications from small
apartments to large commercial installations.
Collector
1
Roof mounted or free
standing, the collector
captures solar radiation
from the sun and passes
it on to a working heat
transfer fluid.
Heat transfer
system
2
The pump station,
controlled by the
control unit, moves the
captured solar energy
from the collector
to the water storage
cylinder.
Extending the array
The roof mounting kits can easily be extended to make an array of up to
10 panels. After deciding what roof mounting kit you will need, simply add
extension kits to the first panel to make the array the correct size. If more
panels are still required you can add more arrays in parallel to the first array
and still use just one pump and controller.
Storage cylinder
3
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Energy from the
heat transfer fluid is
transferred to the stored
water via a coil heat
exchanger. The cylinder
has a supplementary
heat source to provide
back up for times when
insufficient solar energy
is available.
solar thermal
First panel
Add up to 9 extension kits to make the array
the correct size for your project
Manifold bar
The manifold bar allows the collectors in an array to be connected in
parallel, meaning that there is less pressure loss across the array. If the
collectors were connected in series the heat transfer fluid would have to pass
through all the collectors requiring a much larger pump.
The Dimplex packages are split into first and
second fix kits making it possible to order the
roof kits first for installation when the roof is
going on, and then order the second fix kits
later for installation when the building is being
plumbed.
1st Fix Kit
(flexible hoses not shown)
Roof mounting options
•
•
•
On roof mounting for plain tile, corrugated tile or slate roofs.
Integrated roof mounting for tile or slate roofs with optional flashing kits to cover visible
on-roof pipe work.
Free standing mounting kits for flat roofs or
ground level mounting.
Heat transfer system
The heat transfer system consists of a number of
components that are interchangeable meaning
that the system can be designed to meet each
projects individual requirements.
•
Pump station – Two models available which
allow the flow rates to range from 1 to 40
litres/min with up to 7m head to overcome
pumping losses.
•
Control unit – 3 models available with over
40 hydraulic schematics pre-programmed.
•
Heat transfer fluid – Available separately in
pre-mixed 20 litre tubs.
•
Expansion vessel – Available in sizes from
12 to 80 litres.
2nd Fix Kit
Range of cylinders
Available with single coil and dual immersions
for direct electric systems or dual coils for use
with a secondary heat source (such as a boiler).
Available in sizes from 175 up to 4000 litres.
Accessories
A complete range of accessories is available to
make installation and maintenance quick and
easy including pre-insulated flexible hoses, vent
tiles, flow meters and heat transfer fluid testing
kits.
For more details on the products visit
www.dimplex.co.uk/solar
Solar thermal simulation
For large projects it is difficult to estimate how many solar panels you will
require to meet your hot water demand. There are numerous different
factors to take into account such as:
•
Complex hot water draw off patterns varying on different days of the
week at different times of the year.
•
Cylinders sized with different solar volumes and stored water volumes.
•
Collectors at different orientation.
•
Shading by other buildings and trees.
Using historic weather data for your location, we can run a computer
simulation which will allow us to optimise your system with the correct size
cylinder and number of panels. We will then be able to advise exactly the
performance you can expect from your system including the amount of
carbon emissions that the system will save.
For more information about computer simulation and details on our range
please ring 0845 600 5111 and speak to our renewables design team.
solar thermal
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heat pumps
What’s the benefit?
• High efficiency, low carbon heating and cooling.
• Up to 50% lower carbon emissions than gas
boilers, aiding Building Regulations compliance.
• Can contribute significantly towards renewable
energy planning requirements.
• Low maintenance and running costs.
• Heating and cooling from a single system.
• Able to provide complete system heating /
cooling or work in parallel with existing or
supplementary systems.
• Financial incentives available through
Government grants and Enhanced Capital
Allowances.
LA 40 TU air source heat pump
A heat pump heating system consists of 3 components: the heat source,
the heat pump itself and a heat distribution and storage system.
How do they work?
• Heat pumps are among the most efficient
heating, cooling and hot water systems
available today.
Heat pumps are able to produce more energy than they consume
by using the conventional refrigeration cycle to absorb heat from the
environment and raise it to a suitable level for heating.
1
Source
from Air or Ground 75%
3
• Approximately 75% of the energy needed for
4
“Coefficient of Performance” (CoP). This is
simply a ratio between the proportion of the
total energy supplied that can be extracted from
the environment and the amount supplied by
electricity to run the heat pump compressor.
• The higher the CoP, the more “free”
environmental energy the heat pump is using!
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heat pump introduction
100%
Condenser
6
• This means that for every 1kWh of electricity
• The heat pumps efficiency is know as its
5
Evaporator
heating comes from the environment.
used to power the heat pump compressor,
between 3 and 4 kWh of heating (or cooling)
energy is produced, giving the heat pump an
efficiency of 300-400% or higher.
Heat Pump
2
Source
National Grid 25%
1
75% of the energy is taken from the environment i.e the air or ground
and transferred to the heat pump.
2
25% of the energy is sourced from the national grid in the normal
way of supplying your electricity. This is used to operate the heat
pump but with very low consumption
3
The energy from the air or ground is transferred to the refrigerant
inside the heat pump’s evaporator. This causes the temperature of the
refrigerant to rise and change state from liquid to gas.
4
The refrigerant gas is then compressed, using an electrically driven
compressor, reducing its volume but causing its temperature to rise
significantly.
5
A heat exchanger (condenser) then extracts the heat energy from the
hot refrigerant to heat water for central heating, underfloor heating or
domestic hot water.
6
After giving up its heat energy the refrigerant turns back into a liquid
and is able to absorb energy from the environment, allowing the cycle
to begin again.
Ground
source heat
pumps
The ground as a heat source
Features
• Solar energy stored in the ground is extracted
via heat collectors buried beneath the earth.
• A mixture of water and anti-freeze is circulated
through the pipes, attracting heat energy and
transferring it to the heat pump.
• The temperatures below ground are consistent
meaning the heat pump operates with a high
Co-efficient of Performance all year round.
• Systems widely used for space heating, cooling,
water heating and swimming pools.
Air source
heat pumps
Features
• Air source heat pumps utilise the outside air
as their heat source and are able to extract
heating energy from the air at temperatures
as low as -25ºC.
• Compared with central Europe (where air
source heat pumps are already very popular),
the UK has a relatively mild winter climate.
• With average temperatures of round 5ºC,
seasonal Co-efficients of Performance
comparable with ground source heat pumps
are achievable without the additional cost of
ground loop systems needing to be installed.
Horizontal ground collectors
Vertical boreholes
If a large enough land area is available,
horizontal ground collectors provide an
effective method of extracting heat from
the ground. The pipework is buried at
a depth of approximately 1.25m and
spaced 0.75m apart. The land area
required is dependent on both the
capacity of the heat pump and heat
conductance of the soil type in which
the pipes are buried. As a space saving
alternative to horizontal collectors,
slinkies – consisting of coiled pipes
buried in a trench – can be used.
(see example above)
If land space is limited the ground
collectors can be installed vertically in a
borehole, drilled up to 100m deep in the
ground.
Multiple boreholes are commonly used in
large installations where very high levels
of heat extraction are required.
The air as a heat source
Approved
Installer Partners
Heat pumps are one of the most
efficient and economical heating
systems available provided
the individual components of
the system – the heat source,
the heat pump itself and the
connected heating system – are properly matched.
In order to ensure the highest levels of quality
and to provide peace of mind, Dimplex has an
established network of Approved Heat Pump
Installer Partners, all fully trained and experienced
in the installation, commissioning and after sales
support of Dimplex heat pump products.
Air source heat pumps for
outdoor installation
Air source heat pumps for indoor
installation
(see example above)
In some instances it may not be possible
or desirable for the heat pump to be
installed outside the building.
Indoor air source heat pumps are
designed to be installed in a building
plant room or basement (providing
access to an outside wall is available).
The heat pump is connected to the
outside via air ducts, while the opening
is protected by a rain guard.
Dimplex outdoor air source heat pumps
are constructed from robust, powdercoated metal casings to provide year
round protection against the elements.
The heat pump is connected to the
indoor heating system simply by laying
two heat insulated pipes and the
electric connection cables under the
ground.
Installing the heat pump externally frees
up internal space and means that the
heat source is easy to tap.
heat pump features
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product range
Water to water
heat pumps
Ground source heat pumps
three phase
single phase
Indoor air source
heat pumps
Outdoor air source
heat pumps
Dimplex has the largest range of heat pumps in the UK and the information below is just a preview of products relevant
for the commercial market. Full details can be found at www.dimplex.co.uk/renewables or ring 0845 600 5111 for a
copy of our comprehensive heat pump brochure.
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Range includes:
•Heating: 11-28kW
•Heating (high efficiency): 9-40kW
•Heating (medium temp): 9-26kW
•Heating (high temp): 22-26kW
•Heating and cooling:11-35kW
•20kW+ models fitted with twin compressors
•Energy optimised auto adaptive defrost cycle
•High CoP, even at low air temperatures
Range includes:
•Heating: 11-40kW
•Heating and cooling with waste heat recovery: 11-16kW
•Heating (high temp): 22-26kW
•20kW+ models fitted with twin compressors
•Energy optimised auto adaptive defrost cycle
•High CoP, even at low air temperatures
Range includes:
•Heating: 5-14kW
•Heating (high temp): 6-11kW
•Heating and cooling: 5-14kW
•Optional passive cooling accessories
•Complementary range of hot water calorifiers available
•Eligible for 50% grants under Low Carbon Buildings Programme Phase 2*
Range includes:
•Heating: 5-130kW
•Heating (high temp): 6-40kW
•Heating and cooling with waste recovery: 30-75kW
•Optional passive cooling accessories
•Complementary range of hot water calorifiers available
•Eligible for 50% grants under Low Carbon Buildings Programme Phase 2*
Range includes:
•Heating: 9-90kW
•Stainless steel heat exchangers fitted to 9-27kW units
•Optional passive cooling accessories
•Complementary range of hot water calorifiers available
heat pumps
*LCBP2(E) grants application to heating versions only, up to 300kW capacity
the natural
solution
Education
• On-going schools building programmes, such as Building Schools
for the Future, can benefit from heat pump systems that improve the
environmental footprint and reduce running and operational costs.
• 50% grant funding for Dimplex ground source heat pumps through
Low Carbon Building Programme Phase 2 (Extension).
• Able to meet Government target for 60% renewable energy in new
schools projects.
• Can be utilised to provide a valuable learning tool for students.
Retail/Commerce
• Heat pumps meet the increasing local authority requirements to
incorporate renewable energy within energy profile of new buildings
(Planning Policy Statement 22/“Merton Rule”).
• Significant CO² savings over fossil fuelled systems help towards building
regulations compliance.
• Many developers investing in “green” buildings with low energy costs in
the knowledge that they can attract premium rent/lease values.
• Ability to provide energy efficient heating and cooling from a single
system optimises capital investment.
Leisure/Residential
• Growing take up in the leisure/hotels sector to reduce energy
consumption and CO² emissions, particularly where mains gas is not
available.
• Typical uses include swimming pool heating, hot water production,
space heating and cooling.
• Reversible units with heat recovery ideal for utilising waste heat for
swimming pools or water heating.
• Multiple air source units commonly linked together to provide central
plant space/water heating for multi-occupancy dwellings such as care
homes.
Public/Community
• Dimplex heat pumps are already installed in a wide range of public and
community buildings, both new and refurbished, allowing them to benefit
from lower fuel bills and reduced CO² emissions.
• Typical installations include:
• Visitor centres • Community centres • Emergency services buildings
(fire stations, mountain rescue centres, lifeboat stations) • Libraries • Places
of worship • Village halls.
• Local government and not-for-profit organisations are able to benefit from
50% funding through Low Carbon Buildings Programme Phase 2 (Extension).
• Match funding available through the Community Sustainable Energy
Programme (CSEP).
heat pumps
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dimensions and loadings
commercial air curtains
pages 10–13
the CAB and DAB surface mounted ranges
Wall fixing
Ceiling mounted
A
C
100mm (min)
B
Model
CAB10E
CAB15E
CAB20E CAB10W CAB15W CAB20W CAB10A
Loading kW 4.5/9.0 6.75/13.5 9.0/18.0
9.0
13.5
18.0
n/a
CAB15A CAB20A DAB10E DAB15E DAB20E DAB10W DAB15W DAB20W DAB10A DAB15A DAB20A
n/a
n/a
6.0/12.0 9.0/18.0 12.0/24.0
12
18
24
n/a
n/a
n/a
Width (A)
1065mm 1569mm 2130mm 1065mm 1569mm 2130mm 1065mm 1569mm 2130mm 1057mm 1557mm 2114mm 1057mm 1557mm 2114mm 1057mm 1557mm 2114mm
Height (B)
262mm 262mm 262mm 262mm 262mm 262mm 262mm 262mm 262mm 361mm 361mm 361mm 361mm 361mm 361mm 361mm 361mm 361mm
Depth (C)
321mm 321mm 321mm 321mm 321mm 321mm 321mm 321mm 321mm 391mm 391mm 391mm 391mm 391mm 391mm 391mm 391mm 391mm
Weight
20.5kg
29kg
41kg
18kg
24.5kg
36kg
15.5kg
21.5kg
31kg
26.5kg
35kg
53kg
25kg
32kg
50kg
21.5kg
27.5kg
43kg
the CAB and DAB recess mounted ranges
Electric CAB
Electric DAB/Water/Ambient – All models
B
B
B
C
Model
A
C
A
C
A
CAB10ER CAB15ER CAB20ER CAB10WR CAB15WR CAB20WR CAB10AR CAB15AR CAB20AR DAB10ER DAB15ER DAB20ER DAB10WR DAB15WR DAB20WR DAB10AR DAB15AR DAB20AR
Loading kW 4.5/9.0 6.75/13.5 9.0/18.0
9.0
13.5
18.0
n/a
n/a
n/a
6.0/12.0 9.0/18.0 12.0/24.0
12
18
24
n/a
n/a
n/a
Width (A)
1168mm 1718mm 2343mm 1168mm 1718mm 2268mm 1168mm 1718mm 2268mm 1168mm 1718mm 2268mm 1168mm 1718mm 2268mm 1168mm 1718mm 2268mm
Height (B)
276mm 276mm 276mm 370mm 370mm 370mm 370mm 370mm 370mm 470mm 470mm 470mm 470mm 470mm 470mm 470mm 470mm 470mm
Depth (C)
667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm 667mm
Weight
26kg
35kg
54.5kg
23kg
32.5kg
industrial air curtains
Model
46kg
20.5kg
29.5kg
41kg
31.5kg
IAB15E
IAB10W
IAB15W
IAB10A
IAB15A
Loading kW
12/24
18/36
27
41
n/a
n/a
Length (A)
1100mm
1600mm
1100mm
1600mm
1100mm
1600mm
Height (B)
700mm
700mm
700mm
700mm
700mm
700mm
Depth (C)
600mm
600mm
600mm
600mm
600mm
600mm
80kg
120kg
80kg
120kg
80kg
120kg
40
dimensions and loadings
63kg
30kg
40kg
60kg
26.5kg
35.5kg
53kg
page 14 the IAB range
IAB10E
Weight
43kg
A
B
C
architectural air curtains
page 15 the ARC range
Model
ARC10
ARC15
ARC20
Length (A)*
1100mm
1600mm
2100mm
Height (B)*
450mm
450mm
450mm
Depth (C)*
360mm
360mm
360mm
Weight**
55–65kg
82.5–95kg
110–130kg
*SAMPLE DIMENSIONS ONLY: As these products are
bespoke, please ring us on 01489 773336 and we
can arrange for your local Dimplex commercial
sales manager to contact you.
** dependent on final specification.
over door heaters
pages 16–17
the AC surface and recess mounted ranges
Model
AC3N
AC3RN
AC45N
AC6N
AC3CN
Loading 1.5/3.0kW
1.5/3.0kW
2.25/4.5kW
3.0/6.0kW
1.5/3.0kW
Width (A)
605mm
605mm
605mm
905mm
595mm
Height (B)
200mm
200mm
200mm
200mm
184mm
Depth (C)
135mm
135mm
135mm
135mm
295mm
5.1kg
5.3kg
5.2kg
7.2kg
8.7kg
Weight
334
compact commercial fan heater
Model
PFH30
PFH30R
Loading
3.0kW
3.0kW
Width (A)
230mm
230mm
Height (B)
378mm
378mm
Depth (C)
226mm
226mm
1.3kg
1.6kg
Weight
portable commercial fan heater
Model
page 20 the PFH range
C
334
A
C
40°
B
40°
B
page 21 the CFP range
CFP30
Loading
3.0kW
Width (A)
372mm
Height (B)
448mm
Depth (C)
347mm
Weight
7.6kg
commercial and industrial fan heaters
Model
CFS30
CFS/CFH60
CFH90
CFH120
Loading
3.0kW
6.0kW
9.0kW
12.0kW
Width (A)
306mm
386mm
386mm
386mm
Height (B)
262mm
360mm
360mm
360mm
Depth (C)
495mm
565mm
565mm
565mm
Max Depth (D)
530mm
630mm
630mm
630mm
7.6kg
13.5kg
14.5kg
14.5kg
Weight
A
pages 21–23
the CFS and CFH ranges
dimensions and loadings
41
radiant Quartzray ® heaters page 26 the QXD range
240
Model
QXD1500
QXD3000
QXD4500
Loading
1.5kW
3.0kW
4.5kW
Width (A)
440mm
440mm
440mm
Height (B)
256mm
380mm
506mm
Depth excl. bracket
70mm
70mm
70mm
Weight
3.7kg
4.3kg
5.8kg
radiant ceramic heaters
Model
140
B
Universal
Bracket
A
page 27 the CXD range
CXD2000V
CXD2000H
Loading
2.0kW
2.0kW
Width (A)
422mm
735mm
Height (B)
380mm
255mm
Depth excl. bracket
121mm
122mm
Weight
5.35kg
5.1kg
A
70
121
B
A
248
B
122
outdoor patio heaters
594
542
page 28 the OPH range
123
Model
OPH13
OPH20
Loading
1.3kW
2.0kW
Width
594mm
594mm
Height
159mm
159mm
Depth
144mm
144mm
Weight
3.7kg
3.7kg
OPH13 WITH TWO QUARTZ ELEMENTS
594
542
159.5
123
OPH20 WITH ONE HALOGEN ELEMENT
compact outdoor heaters
Model
CPH10
page 29 the CPH range
Loading
1.0kW
1.5kW
519mm
519mm
Height
87mm
87mm
Depth
90mm
90mm
Weight
2.4kg
2.4kg
dimensions and loadings
86.7
CPH15
Width
42
519.2
174
172.5
89.9
61
wall mounted fan convector heaters
page 30 the WF range
C
A
Model
WFC3NB/S
WFE3TNB/S
Width (A)
575mm
575mm
Height (B)
350mm
350mm
Depth (C)
120mm
120mm
6.6kg
6.6kg
Weight
flameproof convector heaters
Model
FXPH1/42/750
B
350mm min
page 31 the FXPH range
FXPH1/60/1000 FXPH2/42/1500 FXPH2/60/2000
Width (A)
1067mm
1524mm
1067mm
1524mm
Height (B)
246mm
246mm
246mm
246mm
Depth (C)
182mm
182mm
182mm
182mm
D
870mm
1327mm
870mm
1327mm
Weight
14.7kg
16.4kg
20.3kg
23.6kg
C
146mm
A
D
Centres
197mm
centres
B
143mm
9.5mm dia. holes
FXPH1 only has 1 element. Product featured is FXPH2
air warmers
A
page 31 the HAW range
HAW1000N
Width (A)
470mm
Height (B)
207mm
Depth (C)
115mm
Weight
C
20mm
cable
entry
B
Model
Terminal Cover
Casting Removed
5.5mm dia. holes
Guard for Air Warmer Dimensions
14kg
188mm
364mm
674mm
flameproof heater guard
Model
& FXPH60G 1649mm
Fixing centres FXPH42G 1192mm
FXPH42G
FXPH60G
FXPH1 models
FXPH2 models
Width
1170mm
1625mm
Height
380mm
380mm
Compatibility
Depth
215mm
215mm
Horizontal fixing centres
1192mm
1649mm
Vertical fixing centres
240mm
240mm
For details on our range of heat pumps please visit our
website www.dimplex.co.uk or ring 0845 600 5111 for a
copy of our comprehensive heat pump brochure.
240
380
75
215
240
mm
PH60G 1649
70mm & EX
EXPH42G 11
dimensions and loadings
43
25
After Sales Service
After sales service if required is absolutely no problem with
Dimplex – we have a network of appointed Service Engineers
spread throughout the country who are qualified and trained
to repair or service any of our appliances. Please visit
www.dimplex.co.uk/support for details.
Safety
Dimplex products are designed to comply with EN60335 the
British Standard covering the safety requirements of electric
heating appliances, and momentary contact with any part of the
heater should not cause injury. However, in order to be effective,
heaters or towel rails of any type do get hot especially (if applicable)
around the air outlet grille. Therefore if aged or infirm persons, or
young children, are likely to be left unsupervised in the vicinity of
a heater we advise that precautions should be taken. We
recommend that a guard is fitted around the heater, as is normal
with many types of heating appliance in similar circumstances, to
ensure contact with the heater is avoided and objects cannot be
inserted into the product.
CE Mark
Products carrying the CE mark comply with European
safety standards and the European Standard for electro-magnetic
compatibility.
Installation Guidance
This brochure is designed to assist you with your choice of Dimplex
products and it is not intended as an installation guide.
For safety, products should only be installed by a competent
person, in accordance with current regulations and the
manufacturers instructions. If you require further advice concerning
the installation of our products – especially where the installed
dimensions may be critical to your choice and the location of the
product – please consult your installer.
The Dimplex Range
Dimplex offers the widest range of electric space and water
heating products in the world – nearly 400 – to meet almost
any heating need. In addition to this publication, we have a
wide range of brochures for both domestic and commercial
applications. Please visit our website for more information.
Heating appliances should never be covered or positioned where
objects may fall onto them.
Specifications
Dimplex policy is one of continuous improvement; the company
therefore reserves the right to alter specifications without notice.
Although every care has been taken in the reproduction of product
finishes in this brochure, the colour photographs should be taken
only as a guide. The information contained in this brochure is
correct at the time of printing. You are advised to consult your
dealer before purchasing.
The guide
British Electrotechnical Approvals Board
BEAB Approved
The mark of the British Electrotechnical Approvals Board signifies
that the appliance bearing it has been produced to the stringent
safety requirements for domestic electrical appliances as laid down
in EN60335.
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