Old principles. New thinking.
Jet Focus control.
In focused mode, warm air is powerfully accelerated from the rear aperture, where it’s channelled into a long-range jet of heat. Building on the principles of fluidics, first discovered in the 1960s, this powerful jet is deflected by a second jet, striking it at precisely the right angle. This guides the airflow over a wider angle, evenly heating a room.
Positive temperature coefficient ceramic plates.
Using a similar technology to cooling channels on jet engines, ceramic plates within the loop amplifier heat the airflow, whilst siphoning off a small amount of cool air. This cool air is circulated between the plates and the thermoplastic, creating a buffer to keep the surfaces of the fan heater cool to touch.