By eliminating vents or ducts, places where heat typically gets lost, virtually all the warm air gets delivered to the room—making for a solution that’s 99.9 percent efficient. In fact, the Rinnai Vent-Free Fan Convector is one of the most fuel-efficient heating products on the market today. FC824N is a flexible, easy to install vent free fan convector with 24K BTU natural gas from Rinnai is the perfect solution for rooms and spaces that are hard to heat. Input range 8,400 - 24,000 BTU/hr. Ideal supplemental heating solution for room additions, basements, and sunrooms (heating area varies by geographic region and location of.
Rinnai Vent-Free Convectors push heat to the farthest reaches of the room, evenly warming larger spaces. Each model is 99.9% efficient for hard-to-heat rooms, maximizing cost savings and comfort for your home (U.S. only).
Supplemental / Zone heating keeps influxes of cold air at bay by regulating the temperature for a more comfortable living environment.
Flexible Installation Options
With no vents and no ducts, units can be installed in almost any indoor room.
Take advantage of an easy-to-use, programmable control panel to set desired temperatures throughout the day.
The modulating gas valve and variable-speed blower only use the exact amount of gas needed to produce the heat required for the space, providing consistent warmth and efficient comfort.
Oxygen Depletion Sensor
Developed with safety foremost in mind, oxygen depletion sensors will automatically shut off the unit if inadequate oxygen levels are detected.
As an additional safety feature, units come with a push button electronic ignition instead of a pilot light.
Onboard self-diagnostics make maintenance easy.
Installation Of Vent Free Fan Convectors
Evenly Distributed Warm Air
With a convection fan, warm air is distributed throughout the space, providing comfort even in faraway corners.
Vent-free Fan Convectors
- Temperature output control maintains efficiency when heat isn’t needed.
- By eliminating vents or ducts, places where heat typically gets lost, virtually all the warm air gets delivered to the room.