Stationary hot air heaters are mainly used in industrial halls for permanent operation. They are installed on walls, ceilings or on the floor and can be adapted to the specific conditions of the location according to the modular principle.
Costly heating pipes don’t have to be laid since the oil or gas-powered heaters work without a carrier medium. The heat is released immediately to the ambient air. This saves energy and instantly ensures pleasant temperatures.
Hot air heaters can also be connected in addition to an existing hot water heating system. The heat can be targeted to where it is needed via air fins. Due to the simple installation of the devices, the required heating capacity can be adapted and expanded at any time to suit the requirements.
The air to be heated is taken directly from the outside. In case of corresponding outside conditions, this method guarantees clean, unused air. Fresh air is brought into the room from outside (only ventilation, no heating) during fresh-air operation in the summer.
According to the setting, more or less fresh air is suctioned in together with the room air. This method reduces heating costs because previously heated air from the heated room is used on the one hand and covers the necessary fresh-air requirement on the other.
The air is taken from the room being heated and blown into the same room again after heating. This method cases the lowest operating costs because only the previously heated room air is reheated and circulated.
The diagram allows you to quickly determine the necessary heating power requirements of the hot air heating system to be used. It is based on a rough heat demand estimate for factories and similar buildings.