Commercial Boilers, Heating & Hot Water
Commercial Warm Air Heaters
Commercial warm air heaters have a number of factory and warehouse applications among others. They are a solution to heat even large spaces by pulling cold air in and using a heat exchanger to warm it before distributing it into the building to increase the temperature.
Our team of experienced HVAC professionals can install commercial over door heaters and warm air heaters across Yorkshire, or provide maintenance services to ensure your existing heater is functioning to its full potential.
These systems come in a variety of styles and take different fuels depending on your needs. You can use LPG, propane, electric, biofuels, gas, and oil to fuel the system. They’re a versatile way to heat a space.
Hot air is created using forced convection and circulates throughout the building. Instead of commercial boilers and “wet” central heating systems, you can use systems such as a warm air heater. In some situations, they may help you to save up to 30% on the fuel bill, too.
Commercial Air Curtain Design
Commercial door air curtains are a popular solution. They are designed to project a jet of hot air downwards whenever a door is opened. This serves to create a “curtain” of warm air. It prevents hot or cold air from transferring and leaving warm premises.
A commercial air curtain or over door heaters can be an excellent solution for businesses where the doors are regularly opening, such as a supermarket, retail shop or office entrance.
Where Commercial Warm Air Heaters May Be Used
Commercial warm air heaters are commonly used in the following types of buildings:
- Storage units
- Commercial office space
- Retail stores
If you’re not sure whether a warm air heater is the best solution for your business, our team can provide a consultation to discuss the potential heating solutions. Robinsons Facilities Services are experts in a variety of heating solutions and our experienced team can advise you on the most sensible method for your own business before installing anywhere in Yorkshire.
Suspended or Floor-Mounted Industrial Air Heaters?
A lot of the commercial over door heaters are suspended above the doors, but there are also cabinet heaters, which are installed on the floor.
This has pros and cons. They can provide a lot of warm air distributed from all angles around a large space such as a warehouse, but they do also take up floor space that could be put to use.
The floor-mounted models tend to come with vents and nozzles which give you the option to direct the air. Depending on the model, you may need to connect them to ductwork, another area our expert team can advise you on before you make the final decision.
Benefits of Warm Air Heaters
Of course, there are multiple solutions to heat the space in your Yorkshire business. There are a number of benefits to using commercial warm air heaters, especially in large areas:
- You can heat large spaces quickly and evenly.
- They’re efficient as they recycle the air in the building.
- The systems can be used with a variety of fuels.
- They come in a variety of styles and shapes to suit your needs.
If you would like to learn more about commercial warm air heaters or any of our other services, please get in touch with us today. The expert Robinsons Facilities Services team would be happy to discuss your specific needs and provide a tailored solution for your business.
Robinsons Facilities Services are experts in a variety of heating solutions and work with businesses across Yorkshire and the North of England. Contact us today for all planned, reactive maintenance or emergency call out. Call 01423 226578 or get in touch to see how Robinsons Facilities Services can help.
Commercial Warm Air Heaters FAQs
As well as being relatively efficient, some of these systems have filtration systems within to remove bacteria, pollen, and more from the air. They are good options for large buildings.
They are very energy efficient compared to some other heating options, offering a significant saving on some forms of heating, especially when you opt for a modern design.
There are pros and cons to all systems, but warm air heaters are known for reaching larger spaces than radiators, plus with less need for plumbing there is less chance of breakdown.