Warm air heating works by pulling cold air from the building and pushing it across a heat exchanger warmed up by either gas, oil, electricity or hot water. The cold air is heated and the fan will re-distributed back into the space to be heated.
Suspended radiant tube heaters work by having two-third radiant, one-third air temperature and controlled by a black body sensor.
One of the key advantages of radiant heating systems is that it produces a still atmosphere, which can be controlled in temperature zones. Unoccupied or lower temperature zones can be switched off, much like switching off lights where it is not required. Radiant overhead panels are mostly used in higher roof type, industrial production manufacturing, assembly plants, garage workshops, warehousing facilities, sports centres or for localised spot heating applications.
Manual or automatic operation is available, using energy-saving controllers with remote black-radiant sensors. Quick heat up and recovery is enhanced with additional fuel savings, whilst excellent spot heated environmental comfort is guaranteed.
Electric infrared energy travels in straight lines from the heat source. This energy is directed into specific patterns by optically-designed reflectors. Infrared, like light, travels outward from the heat source and diffuses over a distance.
Quartz heating works similar to the sun, travelling in parallel lines, even able to pass through the vacuum of space. This is why quartz heating is not affected by wind and able to directly heat people and objects. Quartz heaters are suitable for outdoor heating as well as indoor heating and due to their heat intensity, are also highly effective for space heating.