electric wall heater

Electric Wall Heater vs. Cabinet Unit Heater

Warming up an area not connected to a central heating system usually involves using either a wall heater or a cabinet unit heater. Deciding between using a wall heater or a cabinet unit heater usually comes down to these three things:

  • Size of the space where the heater will be used
  • Amount of space in the room that can be dedicated to the heater
  • Limit on how much you want to spend

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How to size radiant ceiling panels

How to size Radiant Ceiling Panels

Radiant ceiling panels are available in virtually any width and in lengths compatible with perimeter planning modules or the materials-handling limitations of each particular project.  They are efficient and meet heating requirements for a typical building.  These panels have a lot of design freedom, space-saver, and economically affordable.  Learning the benefits and how these heaters work, can help understand how to size radiant ceiling panels to accommodate any heating need.

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How to Select an Infrared Heater

How to Select an Infrared Heater

Infrared heat confronts most flaws of other heaters that are noisy, creates dust circulation, and have upper end operating cost, especially in large structures.  Infrared heating is usually refused, because the inadequacy of good layout practice usually results in the outcome of unsatisfied heat distribution.  This piece is help some on how to select an infrared heater that fits anyone’s needs, along with how infrared works, the benefits, and what it may be used for.

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Extending Heater Life

Extending Heater Life

Repair bills can be expensive and nerve wracking!  Following these simple tips for extending heater life will save everyone from a major headache.  The tips are not only intended to keep the heater going, but they have an effect on the productivity of systems, reduce major maintenance costs, and result in lower energy costs.

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SCR Power Controls Advantages

Advantages of SCR Power Controls

Silicon Controlled Rectifier (SCR) power controls are great step of power control that have a minimal maintenance costs that if properly maintained could last for many years to come. The article posted by Industrial Heating (below) explains the advantages of SCR power controls  including precise control of the heating process, extended heater life, improved product quality at faster production speeds, and all while reducing the maintenance costs.

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