Heat exchange: air-to-air instead of water-to-air.
Thus, direct air heating without intermediate fluids like water.
No freeze, thanks to the complete absence of water. Plant: modular and not centralised.
What are the advantages?
Heating speed: Warm air heaters do not utilise intermediate fluids (like water). The start on time is thus really short, since all the thermal inertia typical of traditional water systems are eliminated.
No limestone: All problems deriving from the presence of intermediate fluids are completely eliminated. Indeed, warm air heaters avoid any trouble connected to the presence of limestone.
Flexibility and ease of installation: The modular plant can be easily modified and reinforced, according to customer’s future needs. Moreover, the simplicity of the plant warrantees an extremely easy and quick installation.
Simplicity and low maintenance costs: Only one single connection to the gas pipeline and one to the electrical network, and a normal check up at the beginning of the season, insure simplicity and low running costs.
Easy integration The wall hanging gas fired heaters are also ideal for the integration or reinforcing of already existing heating plants.
Wide application range Industrial environments of any dimension, artisan laboratories, sport centres, churches, agricultural activities, greenhouses, zootechnics, car workshops, public places, joineries, are all ideal for warm hair heaters.
Plant’s autonomy Every single warm air heater is an independent and autonomous heating unit, which both generates and spreads heat within the environment. Each unit can work independently from the others installed, allowing to regulate autonomously the temperature of any zone, for the time required. This permits to adapt consumption to the real seasonal and environmental needs.
Low running costs All the above mentioned pluses lead to extremely low running costs. The seasonal cost of energy is strongly lower than the one for other heating systems, which in the long run is of course better appreciated by the end user.