The company says the radiator enclosures reduce fuel consumption by precisely controlling heat flow. Warm air is directed to the comfort zone of the room or area, and ceiling airflow is substantially reduced, the manufacturer states. The enclosure directs cold air back to the radiator for rewarming in a channel pattern that provides maximum comfort and heating economy, says the company. The design saves fuel by preventing heat from being absorbed by outside walls, says the manufacturer. The powder-coated enclosures are custom manufactured in six standard colors and three grille styles. Available features include square, round, or mitered corners; insulated tops; levelers for uneven floors; a wall-mount adapter; cutouts for pipes and valves; and humidifier pans.
Arsco Manufacturing Co., 8330 E. Kemper Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45241; 513-385-0555 or 800-543-7040; email@example.com; www.arscomfg.com.