Translation of convector in Spanish:


estufa de convección, n.

Pronunciation /kənˈvɛktər/ /kənˈvɛktə/


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    estufa de convección feminine
    calentador de convección masculine
    • The units will come with gas-fired central heating and gas convector fires.
    • I bend down to switch on the little convector / heater/blower
    • The council had provided the single mum, who has lived in the house for more than seven years, with a convector heater.
    • The steam travels through pipes to radiators or convectors, which give off heat and warm the room.
    • This usually means the use of a convector fire or glass fronted roomheater, which needs to be sized to meet the particular heat requirements of the room.
    • Had Advanced Diver ‘Sparky ‘Wilson not converted the boat radio into a primitive convector heater, I'm not at all sure we would have made it.’
    • Attention is drawn also to a non-working convector heater.
    • The systems are safeguarded from boiling by ensuring an automatic heat dump to additional heating devices, e.g. fin-tube convectors.
    • This configuration draws air into the occupied space across tempering fin-tube convectors, creating a comfortable temperature-controlled natural ventilation.
    • The bleed valve is located at the top end of the radiator and at one end of the baseboard convector.
    • Cooling is provided using ground water that pre-cools and dehumidifies the incoming air, and then runs through high-level cooling convectors in the offices for additional effect.
    • They act as a ‘hot box’ so that if the electrical and mechanical systems fail, they will act as passive solar convectors, pulling cool air from levels below ground.
    • I rang them up and within an hour I was supplied with two portable convector heaters on loan.
    • A basic steel-panelled convector radiator costs about £100 and a boiler £700 - £1,200.
    • A hydronic valence convector system provides radiant cooling and heating of the offices using significantly less energy than fan coil units would.