There are essentially two options for heating warehouses – radiant heating and warm air heating but which is best?
Warm air heater work by warming the air in and around the environment, which in turn warms the people working in that space. The warmed air is pumped out into the working space through a fan, which is effective but can be perceived as noisy in large open spaces.
Radiant heating is normally found in the form of infrared and is typically seen suspended from the ceiling but can also be wall mounted. Infrared heaters emit heat waves onto the objects and people below them, making them an efficient and cost effective heat source for larger industrial areas.
1. INSTANT HEAT Short-wave infrared heats objects instantly with a specific wave-length of light. Radiant heating of this type removes the need for a wasteful and lengthy warm up time. Perfect for industrial, warehouse or workshop heating solutions, where targeted instant and direct heating is essential.
2. LESS ENERGY WASTE Short-wave infrared heat cuts through elements like airflow to directly heat objects and by specifically targeting people and objects within its range. By not heating larger spaces as a whole energy efficiency levels increase. Significant energy savings can be achieved using infrared heat.
3. EASY TO INSTALL Shadow industrial and warehouse heaters are exceptionally easy to install to a variety of warehouse structures, walls, ceilings or structural beams. With fuss free remote-control options available, this infrared heating range has an efficient and effective heating solution for almost all industrial spaces.