17 Dec 2012
As the New Year approaches and the weather grows colder, you might find your business or warehouse has a need for a fan-forced heater in a drafty or chilly area. These easy to install and economical heaters are wonderful items for garages, workshops, lower levels and other areas where winter affects working conditions.
Fan-forced heaters operate by using a spinning motion to circulate heated air. Designed to swirl warmth across the entire room and heat it throughout its perimeter, fan-forced heaters provide even and comfortable relief from the cold by eliminating colder areas.
How does a fan-forced heater work? Simply put, a built-in ventilator blows air over heated metal coils. Depending on the brand and model, the hot air current can usually be adjusted to heat an entire room or just part of it – like the area where you sit. Models sold in the last few years are among the most efficient, fastest and most friendly to the environment that have ever been manufactured. Some fan-forced heaters are oscillating. This action further expands the heating area. Bahrns.com offers well-designed, safe, quiet, easy-to-use and energy conserving fan-forced heaters.
When choosing a fan-forced heater, you may want to look for built-in features like fan delay switches and electronic display thermostats. Many heaters can be placed in workshops, offices, waiting rooms, basements, atriums and almost any area where you need to warm a room quickly and reliably. The heater’s fan pushes the warm out air quickly, providing employees and customers with much-needed heat from the floor to the ceiling evenly – and almost instantly.