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Heating

Heating Solution Cheat Sheet

  • Portable electric heaters

    Portable electric heaters

    These heaters are used for small and large areas alike. The higher BTU will heat larger areas such as warehouses, factories, enclosed areas and construction sites, and the lower BTUs will heat workshops or offices for localized temporary heat. Heaters can be tilted to a specific angle to direct heat where it is needed. The tip over switch shuts heater off automatically if it is tipped over for operational safety. Most models have a carry handle to move the heater from site to site, and some models have a control knob to adjust the temperature and fan.

  • Heating blankets for drums, barrels, totes and pipes

    Heating blankets for drums, barrels, totes and pipes

    These are wrap-around heating solutions with temperature fixed or adjustable thermostats that you can program so that your materials are never underheated or overheated. Heating Blankets are flexible enough to suit most drums, barrels, totes, and pipes in facilities or at industrial sites. These heating solutions wrap around containers securely, holding on to drums, barrels, totes, and pipes even in rough handling conditions. Heating Blankets start warming your temperature-sensitive materials within minutes, distributing heat evenly. Heating Blankets have a low daily operational cost since it makes use of energy very efficiently. They're safe and are cool to touch on the exterior.

  • Kerosene, propane, and natural gas heaters

    Kerosene, propane, and natural gas heaters

    These heaters use fossil fuels to provide heating to homes, institutions, and industrial sites. When buying a kerosene, propane, and natural gas heater, be sure to check your state and local codes to determine if the device is approved for home use. Some types of fuel-based heaters can pose health risks due to the production of carbon monoxide, a gaseous compound that can be deadly when inhaled in large amounts. Consult the manual to make sure you're getting the safest models for your needs.

  • Unit electric heaters

    Unit electric heaters

    These can be used for industrial and commercial areas and buildings to generate even air flow with little noise or turbulence. Units can be suspended vertically or horizontally, for space limitations, and the hinged control box can be accessed for service without dismounting the whole unit. Features like the spiral fin steel element allow side draw through airflow and include individually adjustable louvers for directional control of air flow. Other units can be used in concealed areas for commercial buildings, concession stands, schools, large lobbies, and more.

  • Unit gas heaters

    Unit gas heaters

    These heaters come in different designs and sizes with variable capacities for heating areas of different sizes. They can be mounted on ceilings or shelves, giving you the freedom to position them where they can be most effective. Like other gas-fired heaters, unit gas heaters burn fossil fuels and transfer heat to the air using tubular heat exchangers. The warm air is then blown into the target space for greater efficiency and an even distribution.

  • Unit Steam & Hot Water

    Unit Steam & Hot Water

    Steam and hot water units can counter heat loss from commercial or industrial buildings, and compact units can be used to heat smaller spaces such as garages or workrooms. Units can be mounted horizontally or vertically to accommodate space limitations. The top/bottom inlet/outlet piping installs quickly to deliver heat or steam where and when it’s needed.

  • Wall electric heaters

    Wall electric heaters

    These are used to provide heat to a room with the use of either radiation or convection. This is perfect for both home and office use. Wall electric heaters are easily installed and can be serviced with an equal amount of ease. This makes maintaining the unit a snap, leaving you with no hassles and more time to enjoy the heat.

  • Infrared gas heaters

    Infrared gas heaters

    These are a highly effective and holistic way of heating large areas. As the name suggests, this type of heating solution is powered by fossil fuels and emits infrared rays as a result. The main difference of an infrared gas heater from an electric one is its energy source. Using propane and natural gas, this type of heater warms a steel tube that produces infrared light. As a result of the pipe being heated, air around it is also warmed. This makes infrared gas heaters not only sources of radiant heat, they also distribute warmer air through convection.

  • Infrared electric heaters

    Infrared electric heaters

    These are are energy-efficient, they don't produce harmful by-products, they're quiet, and they can be positioned just about anywhere. They make use of radiation instead of convection, which means heat reaches you directly and is not lost in the air. Infrared electric heaters use infrared light bulbs, or elements and reflectors to focus an optimum amount of infrared light in a given area to produce heat. The primary recipients of heat are solid objects such as your body and surfaces like tiles.

  • Patio heaters

    Patio heaters

    Use either fossil fuels or electricity to emit infrared rays over a given space. Infrared travel by the process of radiation, which doesn't require heat to pass through air. All you have to do is turn on the heater and it's like having gentle sunlight shining on your skin. The infrared rays do not need air to travel so you don't have to worry about breezes blowing the heat away. The warmth will always go directly to you and other objects within the heater's range, making sure none of the energy that it took to create heat is wasted.

  • Baseboard electric and hydronic heaters

    Baseboard electric and hydronic heaters

    Use copper tubing and aluminum fins and convection to produce warmth and are usually placed near windows to compensate for heat escaping through the glass. The heat produced is controlled by a thermostat which either directs the baseboard heater via a remote line or from within the unit itself.

  • Radiant ceiling panels

    Radiant ceiling panels

    These are a heating solution that can be used for homes and offices to warm objects and occupants in a safe and energy-efficient way. Radiant ceiling panels can be dropped easily with T-bar mounted ceilings or can be surface-mounted with the aid of optional frames. With the right position, a radiant ceiling panel heater can make a freezing room warm in just several minutes.

  • Ceiling electric heater

    Ceiling electric heater

    This is quiet, energy-efficient and conveniently situated right over your head where it won't clutter up your work or living space. This device works by forcing electricity through high-resistance wires. Ceiling electric heaters usually have fans that force the heat down on a room, giving you a great heating solution for offices and other workplaces.

  • Floor electric heaters

    Floor electric heaters

    Floor electric heaters are beneath the surface to generate even heating. Floor mats can be customized to fit any space, and the self-adhesive strips make these easy to install. Kickspace/drop in heaters are discreet enough to install into under storage or cabinetry to generate even heat in limited space area such as hotel bathrooms, gyms, spas, community kitchens, commercial booths, and more.

  • Hazardous location heaters

    Hazardous location heaters

    These are crafted specifically to provide industrial heating along with maximum durability. They can be made of various materials to be able to withstand accidents involving explosions due to the presence of flammable gases, vapors, powdered metals, or dust. Heat is usually provided by hazardous location heaters through the process of convection. That is, air is sucked in from the bottom of the heater, allowed to come in contact with heating coils or heat exchangers and elements, then released up front to provide warmth to an area.