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convector heaterConvector Heating, 1957

The heating element in a convector is concealed in a streamlined cabinet open at top and bottom. Warm air, heated by hot water flowing through the element, passes out the cabinet top. This is turn draws cold air into the convector through the cabinet bottom.

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