Now with integrated room thermostat.
Kroll E Series Electric Heaters: Ideal for small to medium spaces. The smaller types are perfect auxiliary heaters in large rooms. They are designed for use in workshops, nurseries, showrooms, storage rooms, construction sites and containers. There, they provide comfortable heat and help with frost protection. Both, economic and efficient with their integrated powerful fans, the heat is concentrated to the ambient air. The electric heaters consume no oxygen and are absolutely odorless, thus being a considerable advantage when being used in poorly ventilated areas.
Key Product Features:
Universal use: The electric fan heaters are perfect for use in rather small rooms and in rooms of medium size. The smaller types are the ideal extra heaters in large rooms. They are designed for being operated in workshops, nurseries, shops, exhibition rooms, warehouses, site huts, or elsewhere on building sites. There, they provide comfortable heat in spring and in autumn, or, if there is a sudden onset of cold weather. They can be used as frost control, too.
Economical: The heat is dispensed efficiently to the ambient air by a powerful fan.
Comfort: The electric fan heaters do not use up any oxygen. They do not give off any unpleasant smell at all. Because of this, they can also be operated in rooms which have bad or even no means of ventilation. They are ready for use everywhere, and at once. Temperature can be adjusted and is controlled by a thermostat. In summer, they can be used for ventilating rooms as well.
Rugged and safe: All appliances are VDE-checked and thermally protected. Nothing can burn out. The enclosed heating elements have got a stainless jacket, the boxes consist of galvanized steel sheet and, in addition, they are stove-enamelled. They are stable and would not tilt over, if someone might bump against it.
Mobile: Thanks to their small dimensions the electric fan heaters can be taken everywhere. You will find a place for them even in very confined space, and they will not stand in the way
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