Electric Recessed Ceiling Heater

Electric Recessed Ceiling Heater

From: £240.00

Recessed ceiling heaters are designed for installation into either a standard suspended grid or plasterboard ceiling, wherever there is sufficient space above to accommodate them. They can be installed as the main or supplementary heating in shops, reception areas and offices.  Locating the units in positions of greatest heat loss gives an easy solution to uneven heating of open plan areas.

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FEATURES

  • Remote switching unit for heat selection and fan only
  • Loadings at 3kW and 4.5kW
  • Front mounted intake ensuring recirculation of room air only
  • Models for suspended T bar ceiling systems, standard plasterboard ceilings and surface mounting
  • Minimum height for ease of installation in smaller ceiling voids
  • Light grey textured powder coated finish front cover (RAL7035)
  • Front cover can be modified for non standard tiles
  • Easy access to connections for quick installation
  • Over temperature safety cut-out with power off reset

PRODUCT DATA SHEET

Cat No. Output:
kW
VoltsLength(mm)Width(mm)Depth(mm)
Weight(kg)
RCHS-3210Modular Ceiling3.02305905702108.0
RCHS-4200Modular Ceiling4.52305905702108.0
RCHB-3210Surface Mounting3.02306204202109.0
RCHB-4200Surface Mounting4.52306204202109.0
RCHR-3210Plasterboard Ceiling3.02305904052108.5
RCHR-4200Plasterboard Ceiling4.52305904052108.5

Recessed Ceiling heater

INSTALLATION

The minimal height of the unit allows it to be fitted within a ceiling void of 250mm. The maximum recommended mounting height is 3m.

Connection should be made to a suitably fused power supply via the remote switch unit or a 2 pole switched connection unit having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles. Access to the connector block is gained by opening the side cover plate (1 screw), connection is then made using cables with 4 cores and earth, with at least one being rated to take the full load current.

All electrical connections should be made by a suitably qualified person in accordance with the latest edition of the IEE Requirements for Electrical Installation (BS 7671:2008).

RCH diagram