In environments that require a high heating capacity, the tangential fan models are preferred over the fanless models. The air that is cooled and descending on the window surface and inside the room, goes though the battery with the help of the fan to be heated and then releasing hot air into the environment to provide heating. Thanks to the high-efficiency low-rpm fans that are used in convectors, the operation takes places with minimal noise. The floor-mounted convectors with forced convection can be both used as a primary heating system and a secondary heating system. With the addition of fans, higher heating capacities are made possible. The construction, similar to the fanless products, is composed of an aluminum casing, heating battery and in addition to a linear culvert, a tangential fan. The fan keeps on heating the environment even when it is not operational. The tangential fans in use operate in quiet noise levels. Available in 2 settings as standard, these fans can also be made available in 3 settings and with very high speeds. The single and double-rotor tangential fans are used depending on the length of the convector.