Warm Air Heating

Why Warm Air Heaters? 

Warm Air Heating is a modern replacement for traditional water heating systems within commercial premises. Warm Air Heaters force air around the building. They are used specifically in commercial properties and public spaces to improve efficiency. This means that the additional installation cost can save money in the long run.

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How Does Warm Air Heating Work?

Warm Air Heating works by pulling cold air from the building and pushing the air across the heat exchanger. The cold air is heated via the fan and re-distributed back into the environment until an ambient temperature is achieved. There is a wide variety of fuels to choose from such as Natural Gas, LPG, Oil and Biofuels.
They are available in a range of systems including suspended and floor standing. This makes them an extremely versatile choice for industrial and commercial premises. The Combat Compact range is ideal for buildings that require less heating. This applies particularly when space is at a minimum, allowing the user to utilise the small amount of space available.

Comparatively, for energy efficiency, you may want to consider the Combat ECO Condensing Unit Heaters. These heaters are the smallest condensing heaters on the market at present.

Also Available from Combat is a variety of energy efficient accessories such as the NRG controller. The NRG Controller which is self-optimising, meaning that your premises will be warm when required. Another thing to consider is the energy saving de-stratification fans. These fans prevent heat loss through the roof, by redirecting the warm air back down to working level where required.

Why Combat HVAC?

Our extensive knowledge of the commercial & industrial heating sector helps us find solutions to suit your requirements. Our Warm Air Heating Specialists and Sales Managers are on hand to answer any questions you may have. Should you decide to work with us, we can carry out a site visit to recommend the perfect HVAC System to suit your needs. 

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