concealed heating

concealed heating

A system (such as a panel heating system) that employs heating elements which are concealed from view or are blended into the architectural features of a room.
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The Delichef Electric Kettle holds up to a liter of water and has a concealed heating element in a stainless steel body.
The concealed heating element is never in contact with water, so there's no mineral build-up.
* A concealed heating element prevents items from damage if they fall through the basket, and food from being burnt onto the element and causing a bad smell.
The other side of the space also had a low ceiling over the congregation, with the upper wall holding large, variously-tilted cedar panels that concealed heating and ventilation equipment.
A concealed heating element under a stainless-steel dome on the base of the kettle boils water faster and uses less energy than stovetop kettles.
A concealed heating element reduces the risk of lightweight plastic items melting and prevents limescale build-up.
To one side is the large dining room with its front-facing bay window, easily big enough for a table seating 24, also with a wooden floor, window seat with concealed heating.
There is a concealed heating element in the base which automatically switches off when the ideal temperature has been reached.
In the rear-element convection oven, often touted as the "true" convection oven, a concealed heating element surrounding the fan--outside the oven cavity--warms the air, then blows it back inside.
More often than not they feature pluses like cool-touch walls, anti-calc filters, stay-cool bottoms, keep-warm cycles and concealed heating elements.