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Smith’s Environmental Products introduce three new Fan Coil Units

Smith’s Environmental Products have extended their BIM portfolio with the addition of three new Fan Coil units, the Aegean SFC235H, Aegean SFC260H and the Aegean SVFC500H.


Certified and approved by BSRIA, the Aegean range of fan coil units are suitable for all kinds of commercial applications, from restaurants and hotels to office developments. They can rapidly heat and cool large areas with much greater efficiency than other similar heating and cooling systems.

Aegean is available in 2 horizontal sizes at 235mm and 260mm, and one vertical size at 500m.

The new range includes:

EC Motor (BMS compatible for easy integration) Low sound levelsFully attenuated discharge planumPositive fall drain tray Fully comply with Part L of the Building Regulations (2010)

Formed in 1991, Smith’s Environmental Products has grown to become the leading supplier of domestic and light commercial fan-assisted hydronic heat emitters. Designed and made in the UK, Smith’s is a UK market leader with significant market share in the UK as well as the North American and European markets.

View Smith's full range of BIM objects here

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