Archive for July, 2011

Industrial Heating Solutions for Factories

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

An efficient working environment greatly depends on the climate which your employees are working in. Heating is one way to adapt and alter the environment to enhance the level of comfort your personnel are in while they are working. As specialists, the team at Heaters Wholesale Ltd have years of experience in the heating industry, and consequently we can offer expert guidance and counselling on the various types of industrial heating solutions currently available for factories.

There are two main categories of heating; these are warm air heating units and radiant heating systems. Both are completely different, so dependent on your requirement will determine if you should choose one over the other. This is where we come in at Heaters Wholesale Ltd. With our expertise and industry based knowledge we can offer you a general guide which outlines the features, uses and functions of both of these heating units.

Warm Air Heating Systems

This is a free blowing heating unit, which has the additional benefit of offering various installation methods. If space is an expensive attribute which you do not wish to separate with – then this unit comes with the option of being wall mounted or suspended from the ceiling. The louvers are used to direct the warm air towards the ground, so that it heats up the air quickly and efficiently.

Radiant Heating Units

Considered the best form of heating, is radiant heating. The most widely used method of describing this form of heating is to compare it to the way in which the sun heats up the earth.

Radiant heating works in a very similar way, in that it exudes heat across a room to warm the occupants and objects, rather than the air itself. As experts, we would recommend radiant heating for well ventilated areas of open space – specifically that of a large industrial building or facility.

At Heaters Wholesale Ltd we always strive to offer our customers impartial and informative advice, so that they are able to make the right decision based on accurate information sourced from ourselves. If you would like our assistance on choosing industrial heating, then you need to contact us today on 0208 694 9515.

Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by Heaters Wholesale Ltd. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of Heaters Wholesale Ltd, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.

Upgrade or Repair Your Current Industrial Heating System

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

As winter fast approaches, many businesses will be looking to ensure their heating systems are in full working order. This is because a heating system which isn’t working to its full capacity or has stopped working altogether can have serious consequences on the environment within your work place; along with costing your business money due to ineffective heating. However, our team here at Heaters Wholesale understand that it isn’t always viable for factories to upgrade their industrial heating, which is why alongside supplying and installing new heaters, we also offer an unbeatable repair service.

Repair:

Whilst some companies may advise you that your heating is in urgent need of major repairs, here at Heaters Wholesale we won’t. Instead our team are committed to offering our customers honest and professional advice.

Before we carry out any repair work on your heating, as a respectable plumber Southampton would when visiting your home, we’ll inspect the appliance to find the direct cause of the fault. Once we’ve found this, we’ll discuss the solutions with you and provide you with all the facts. Unfortunately, there are some cases where it isn’t possible to repair the system and in these instances you may require an upgrade.

Upgrading:

If your current heating system is a couple of years old and no-longer working to its optimum capability, it may be time to upgrade to a newer appliance which you’ll be able to find through us and despite the misconceptions, a new heating system doesn’t have to see your business spending a small fortune upfront.

Should you be looking to upgrade your heating system, as long as you’ve been trading within the UK for the last twelve months and you’re classed as a SME, it could be possible for you to purchase a newer appliance via the Government’s Enhanced Capital Allowance scheme.

For more information surrounding this scheme or if you’d like to arrange for one of our team to pay your site a visit to inspect your current industrial heating system, don’t hesitate to contact us via our online enquiry form or call us on one of the numbers at the top of our website.

Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by Heaters Wholesale. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of Heaters Wholesale, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.

The Thermodynamics Of Radiant Heating

Friday, July 15th, 2011

Radiant heating is a common heating system which is used throughout factories, industrial buildings and commercial warehouses where heat is needed to warm the occupants of the building. Yet the thermodynamics of how it works is often overlooked or disregarded as unimportant. Here at Heaters Wholesale, our experience in the heating industry has meant that we appreciate how all heating units work, giving us a firm understanding of how radiant heating systems will perform and the most suitable environments to implement them within.

By discovering how a radiant heating system works, you can identify if the system will meet your requirements or not.

The Science

When heat is transferred by radiation, the heated waves of energy will travel from one object to another through the atmosphere. This means that when the heated energy comes into contact with an object (human or material), it will heat it up, making the object itself act as a secondary heater to gradually raise the temperature of the room.

Locations which Radiant Heating is Suitable For

Due to the method the radiant heating system uses, it is very useful for buildings which have large open spaces and a lot of natural ventilation. Typically, this type of heating unit is seen in factories, warehouses and industrial building environments, where the shop doors are opened on a regular basis.

The vast amount of natural ventilation which these buildings are subjected to means that the occupants and machinery are often left exposed. The radiant heating system works by heating the object, therefore the occupant and machinery will remain warm regardless of whether the doors are open or not.

If you are interested in radiant heating for your premises, then please feel free to contact the team at Heaters Wholesale. We are always happy to help, and our expertise enables us to offer invaluable advice to those who seek it. Contact us today on 0208 694 9515.

Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by Heaters Wholesale. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of Heaters Wholesale, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.

Enhanced Capital Allowances for Factory Heating Solutions

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Many factories throughout the UK haven’t upgraded their heating systems for a number of years, as they’re worried about the additional costs which aren’t feasible at this current time. If your factory falls into this category, then you could significantly benefit from the Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme, which will enable you to buy high quality factory heating solutions from us here at Heaters Wholesale. (more…)