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Dimplex FX20VE 2kW Downflow Wall Fan Heater with Pull Cord and Electronic Timer in White IP22

Model No. FX20 by: Dimplex
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This fan heater ideal for bathroom is part of the Dimplex FX down-flow features with pull cord switch, a popular choice for heating bathrooms, en-suites, and kitchens.

It has a 2kW powerful output, ensuring a fast warm-up. It has a visual ON/OFF indicator, full safety protection, and it is very easy to install.

It is suitable mainly for domestic use, not commercial or industrial applications. 

Dimplex FX20VE is a wall-mounted fan designed to forcibly blow the heated air down into the heating space to effectively circulate and rapidly heat the area for a 30-minute period.
It has a pull-cord activation with auto switch off (after 30 minutes) or deactivation by the pull cord if you need to turn the fan OFF sooner. 

Dimplex FX20VE Wall Fan Heater - Features

  • It has an adjustable output at the time of installation (1kW or 2kW).
  • It has a factory-set 30mins runback for ease of use and energy saving. 
  • Pull cord: it has a pull cord operation for turning ON or OFF
  • It complies with Lot 20 of the ERP Directive. 

Dimplex 2kW Wall Fan Heater Downflow - Specs

  • Colour/Finish/Material: White
  • Controls: Pull cord operation
  • Heat Output: 2kW
  • Heat Selection: Off / 1.0kW / 2.0kW
  • Heat source: Electricity
  • Easy to install
  • Insulation: Two upper keyhole slots are provided together with a third fixing hole to secure the heater to the wall.
    2kW or 1kW heat output is selectable upon installation.
    Identical footprint to current FX20 models, meaning that retro-fitting an IPX4 model is incredibly
  • IP Rating: IP22 rating
  • Location of Heat Output Grille: at the bottom.
  • Dimensions: Depth 120mm, Height 260mm, Width 243mm
  • Recommended Mounting Height: 1.8mm
  • Heat Selection: Off / 1.0kW / 2.0kW
  • Weight: 1.09kg
  • Recommended Mounting Height: 1.8m
  • Heat source: Electricity
  • Cable Exit Point: Middle, Top
  • Cable Length: Supplied by Installer
  • Construction: Double-insulated plastic case. Moulded in flame retardant self extinguishing grade nylon.
  • Electric supply: ~230-240V
  • Neon Indicator: Yes
  • Element type: 2kW stitched type with thermal fuse protection
  • Neon Indicator: Yes
  • Safety Cut Out: Manually resettable thermal overload cut out and thermal fuselink
  • Suitable for which room/s: Bathrooms, En-suites
  • Approvals: CE Mark, BEAB
  • Location of Heat Output: Grille at the bottom.

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