REMKO WPS SERIES Ceiling heating systems
|Variant||EDV-Nr.||Area of application|
|WPS 2000||1640200||ca. 6x4 m|
|WPS 3000||410100||ca. 6x4 m|
REMKO WPS SERIES
The "heating island principle"
REMKO ceiling heating systems create new dimensions in the heating of production lines, warehouses, sports halls, sports stands, sales rooms, exhibition halls, etc. In accordance with the "heating island principle," REMKO ceiling-mounted heating systems can be used to heat areas such as workplaces, cash till areas, individual components, materials, audience seats, sales areas, and so on.
Ceiling heating systems generate soft waves of heating in accordance with the principle of solar heating. Not the air is heated, but rather only the radiated surface. There are only slight temperature differences between the floor and the hall ceiling. The cosy heating of the floor area prevents cold feet and increases motivation.
Ceiling heating systems for mounting directly above the useful or working area
The installation above the working area should ideally be at a suspended height of 3.20 m, using a suspension bracket. Integrated installation into a false ceiling is also possible, as is mounting under a cable duct. An additional advantage of the REMKO ceiling heating systems are their universal application possibilities. When large useful or working areas are heated, it is possible to install several heating systems in series in a modular manner. The time-consuming and expensive installation of an exhaust gas plant is not necessary. REMKO ceiling heating systems are maintenance-free.
Temperature data based on a room temperature of 12°C (WPS 3000)
|Variant||WPS 2000||WPS 3000|
|Power supply||230/1~/50 V/Ph/Hz||230/1~/50 V/Ph/Hz|
|Total power input||2,20 kW||2,40 kW|
|Electr. nominal current consumption||9,80 A||10,90 A|
|Dimensions h/w/d||80/300/2000 mm||80/300/2000 mm|
|Weight||22,00 kg||22,00 kg|
|Mounting height, min.||2,50 m||2,50 m|
|Operational range (Surface)||6x4 m²||6x4 m²|
Accessories / Spare parts
Heat requirement chart for heating systems
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.