Trench Heating and Cooling
Our trench heating units have applications in both commercial and domestic buildings. They can be installed beneath floor-to-ceiling windows reducing glazing losses and enhancing comfort. When fitted at the perimeter of a building, close to the glazing, the warm air rises over the window and reduces cold down draughts and the likelihood of condensation.
We know that not one size fits all so we offer flexible solutions wherever possible, and will go the extra mile to meet the needs of our customer’s design requirements.
Architectural grilles and edging strips are available in a variety of colours and finishes, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for in our literature….just ask.
Trench heating is used in a variety of applications including offices, reception areas, hotels, restaurants, and residential properties.
Trench cooling units are available for cooling only applications and as 4 pipe variants for cooling/heating depending on the season.
Installed beneath floor-to-ceiling windows to unobtrusively eliminate draughts and enhance comfort and suitable for installation in screeded or suspended floors.
Installed beneath floor-to-ceiling windows to unobtrusively eliminate draughts and enhance comfort and suitable for installation in screeded or suspended floors
Installed beneath floor-to-ceiling windows to unobtrusively enhance comfort and suitable for installation in screeded or suspended floors.
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SPC, a British manufacturer of heating and cooling coils, fan convectors, trench heaters, radiant panels and heat pipes, has supplied Stainless Steel trench heaters to a new office development in Weston Street, London SE1. Designed by Stirling Prize winners AHMM Architects, the office is part of a mixed-use development that also includes a number of…Read more
SPC have supplied their Metropolitan powered trench heaters to a prestigious office space in the heart of London. Occupying a peaceful area of Midtown, 8 Salisbury Square offers over 155,000 sq ft of office space close to the vibrant area of Fleet Street. Boasting 10 floors, 6 of which incorporate outside terrace space, the building…Read more
Trench heaters that complement any architectural design…. The project: One of Yorkshire’s most prestigious 5 star hotels has undergone an impressive £15 million development project. The work includes a new 140 seater Pavilion restaurant, additional spa treatment and guest bedrooms and remodelling of existing bedrooms. Much of the hotel is a Grade II listed…Read more
SPC, a British manufacturer of heating and cooling coils, fan convectors, trench heaters, radiant panels and heat pipes, have supplied Metropolitan trench heaters to the National Memorial Arboretum centre. Based in Staffordshire on the edge of the National Forest, it covers 150 acres of ground and contains 300 memorial pieces, 30,000 trees and an exhibition…Read more
British manufacturer SPC, have launched their new Metropolitan high output natural and powered trench heaters to market. Manufactured in their Leicester based factory, the trench heaters are typically used in large glazed areas to reduce glazing losses and are the perfect way to enhance comfort. They are suitable for installation in screed or suspended floors…Read more
SPC, a British manufacturer of heating and cooling coils, fan convectors, trench heaters, radiant panels and heat pipes, have supplied SPC Metropolitan trench heaters to a plush residential building in London. Originally called Archway Tower and built in 1963 as an office block, the property has undergone major works including a full external re-clad and…Read more
British manufacturers SPC, have supplied their Metropolitan natural trench heaters to an office building within the Midland Goods Shed development in Kings Cross, London. Built in 1850 and located in the heart of the city, the Midland Goods Shed started life as a temporary passenger terminal while King’s Cross station was being built. Since then,…Read more