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Dimplex FXL Fan storage heaters

Dimplex FXL fan storage heaters stores heat in the brick overnight but uses a fan blower unit to draw air through the core brick and discharge this as warm air to heat the room.

The fan storage heater is specifically designed to allow more of the heat to be controlled by the operation of the fan. This means the level of comfort can be controlled as required. It is this feature of improved controllability that makes this the ideal product for commercial users and for living areas within the home. In addition to the room thermostat control on the heater, a timer can be added if required.

Again for increased flexibility if the fan has been running for long periods and the heat in the core has been depleted, an integral boost heating element is normally fitted to supplement the heat output. It is these features that make the Dimplex fxl fan storage heater the 'Rolls Royce' of storage heaters. Traditionally however installers have been unwilling to consider fan storage heaters because of the extra cost for these features and benefits.

Hot air circulation in room

The Dimplex FXL fan storage heater provides greater heat circulation and overall warmth throughout the whole room compared to a combination convector storage heater. The fan changes the way hot air is distributed. When air is heated it rises towards the ceiling to create a triangle of heat throughout the whole room. In the end there is more hot air being pushed back further into the room with less cold spots. Having a more even spread of heat can be preferential in larger living rooms to heat many people.