Powrmatic have brought out their new ErP 2021 compliant LX range of gas fired unit heaters which come with fully modulating burner technology with reduced NOx levels, whilst maintaining the construction, dimensions and build quality of its LNVx predecessor.

Same quality /Reduced NOx.• ErP 2021 Ready

  • Efficient modulating burner
  • Reduced NOx technology
  • British built
  • Space saving ‘off floor’ installation
  • Durable and compact design
  • Stealth RAL 7015 as standard
  • Easy control options and accessories available

Powrmatic’s new LX range of gas fired heaters are a development of the very successful and well established LNVx range that was brought in by Powrmatic a few years ago, which was at that time to replace the NVx range. The LNVx range became very familiar to installers and end users, comfortably meeting current NOx criteria, as well as the minimum seasonal efficiencies stipulated under ERP standards which came into force during 2021.

Features

The new LX heater has multi in-shot burners matched to each tube assembly and manifold to a common gas valve and ignition system, and itself complete with flame monitoring plus safety controls. It can be supplied ready to use for natural gas (G20) and if required LPG (G31), either option is available at time of order by customer.

Optimised Range & Heat Exchanger Options

The LX Range has been optimised to enable heating systems and environment designers to match outputs and airflow characteristics with a wide variety of different buildings or applications. The 4-pass tubular assembly is manufactured from aluminised steel formed, swaged and expanded without recourse to stress-inducing welding. A variety of graded stainless steel options are available.

Simple, Flexible & Economical Control

The new Powrmatic controller has been optimised and designed for ease of use, also to maximise performance of your heating system. It can control individual heaters using the MC200 controller options or multiple heaters using the MC300 controller, allowing for the flexibility of variable time and temperature control, as well as optimised start / stop prediction. The new controller can monitor heating systems constantly, monitoring previous performance and determining the optimum time to turn on the heating to raise the building temperature to the required set point temperature.

Information for this article has been sourced from Powrmatic, for further information on Powrmatic products and more, visit their website: www.powrmatic.co.uk
For new sales & installation quotations for Powrmatic gas fired appliances and products please contact Chillaire Limited, a supplier and installer of Powrmatic systems by emailing us at: sales@chillaire.co.uk or you can call us:

Local Office Phone Numbers:

  • Coventry : 024 7624 9440
  • Nuneaton : 024 7632 0300
  • Rugby : 01788 669164
  • Warwick : 01926 825681
  • Leicester : 0116 252 5094
  • Northampton : 01604 269540
  • Kettering : 01536 384046
  • Milton Keynes : 01908 483585
  • Redditch : 01527 531275
  • Tamworth : 01827 842224
  • Derby : 01332 561729

You can visit our website www.chillaire.co.uk for full details for all types of products and appliances such as air conditioning systems, VRF & VRV heat pump systems, chillers, gas heating boilers, gas fired heaters, air to air source heat pump systems and heat recovery ventilation systems.

Powrmatic / Combat / Winterwarm – Gas Fired Warm Air Heating

Why Gas Fired Warm Air Heating for Commercial or Industrial Environments?

Gas fired warm air heating is a cost effective way of heating large spaces such warehouses or distributions centres or showrooms or similar.
The latest gas fired heaters manufactured by Combat / Winterwarm or Powrmatic are modern energy efficient and highly reliable and ideal for commercial / industrial premises and work by forcing warm air around the building. These heaters are most often used in commercial properties and public spaces such as retail outlets, sports halls, distribution centres, warehouse storage facilities, production areas and sports halls and are known to improve energy efficiency when compared to other systems. Additional installation costs are easily absorbed by long-term savings.

Why Use Warm Air Heating Systems?

Warm air heating works by pulling cold air from the building and pushing it across a heat exchanger. The cold air is heated via the fan and re-distributed back into the environment until an ambient temperature is achieved. There are a wide variety of fuels to choose from, such as natural gas, LPG, oil, and biofuels, to operate the system. By combining warm air heating with a sophisticated control system, businesses can easily manage the temperature without overheating or getting too cold.
Warm air heating systems can include roof suspended and floor standing cabinet units, making them an extremely versatile choice for industrial and commercial premises.

Powrmatic and Winterwarm have a unique range of gas fired heater range:

Powrmatic recently introduced its new LNVX energy efficient heater range.

Winterwarm has the XR range with stainless steel heat exchangers.

The Combat Compact range is ideal for smaller buildings that may require less heating, particularly when space is at a minimum. Alternatively, for improved energy efficiency, you may want to consider the Combat ECO Condensing Unit Heaters, which are one of the smallest condensing heaters on the market at present.

Why Combat Heating Solutions?

Combat have been manufacturing heating products for over 40 years and have an extensive knowledge of the commercial and industrial heating sector providing help to find solutions. Combat have a wide range of heating appliances for most applications.

Radiant Heating

What is Radiant Heating?

Radiant heating is a cost-effective, reliable method of heating small to very large indoor areas that require a more even spread of heat. The best way to simply describe how infrared radiant heaters work is to compare it to the most reliable known heater – the Sun. The heat energy from the Sun radiates through space and our atmosphere, striking the Earth’s surface and heating it. It is this warmed surface that then heats the air and raises the air temperature.
Due to the versatility of radiant heaters, they are utilised for large spaces such as factory and warehouse heating.

Why Radiant Heaters?

Radiant heating, unlike fan assisted warm air heaters, does not heat the air. It first heats the people and the objects around it, including the floor, which in turn act as secondary heaters, raising the air temperature. The main benefit of radiant heating is the reduced loss of heated air in areas with opening doors and windows.

Unlike warm air heaters which use excessive energy to heat the building’s atmosphere, once a door has been opened, objects heated by radiant heating will continue to stay warm. For industrial and commercial buildings such as distribution centres or warehouses that often have large doors open to cater for deliveries, radiant heating is the most cost-effective solution for maintaining suitable working temperatures.

Combat Energy Saving Accessories

Combat Heating Solutions understands the importance of energy efficiency in the workplace. Reliable heating systems that can be automatically controlled while reducing energy consumption, is essential for most business owners and landlords. Industrial heating systems work in some of the toughest conditions and are required to adapt quickly to changing circumstances.
That’s why to provide energy saving Combat controls and destratification fans complement their new industrial heater range. Combat energy-saving destratification fans improve the efficiency of the heater by keeping valuable warm air down at working level, thus reducing heat loss through the roof structure. The Energy Efficient NRG Controller maximises fuel efficiency through self-learning optimisation, which could save you money on your energy bills.

Call Chillaire Limited today to assist you with your commercial or industrial heating environment or application requirement. From initial site survey, design, supply, installation, warranty and future planned maintenance with 24 hour service.

Local Chillaire Industrial / Commercial Heating Centres: Rugby: 01788 669164 / Leamington Spa & Warwick: 01926 825681 / Stratford upon Avon: 01789 273289 / Banbury: 01295 207682 / Redditch: 01527 531275 and Leicester: 0116 202 5094

Other Local Offices:

We have offices throughout central England:

Email Address: sales@chillaire.co.uk / service@chillaire.co.uk Website: www.chillaire.co.uk

Winter Warm Gas Fired Heating

Winterwarm have been provide heating solutions for industrial and commercial environments & applications. Warm air heating systems are both cost effective and comfortable, providing a pleasant working environment at reasonable cost. Whether you are heating a factory, warehouse, workshop, showroom or just about any other building, there is a heating solution from Chillaire Limited using Winterwarm gas fired heating appliances that will meet your needs.

Winterwarm Gas Fired Appliances for Applications such as:

  • Workshops
  • Showrooms
  • Warehouse
  • Production Area
  • Storage Area
  • Sports Halls
  • Gymnasiums
  • Factories
  • & Many more…….

Principles of Winterwarm Heating Systems:

Indirect heating systems differ significantly from other forms of heating (e.g. electric heating, underfloor heating, direct-fired, etc.)  in that heat is transferred the space via a heat exchanger within the unit or by radiant tubes. These heating systems tolerate a wide range of working environments (e.g. high levels of solvents or dust) as the combustion is completely self-contained and can be located remotely if required. The range of heating systems includes: 

Gas-fired heaters (natural gas or LPG): available as suspended unit heaters, radiant tubes or floor-mounted cabinets

Oil-fired heaters: available as floor-mounted cabinet heaters

Fan coil units: using hot water from conventional boilers, biomass boilers or heat recovery systems

Benefits of Winterwarm Heating Systems:

Winterwarm is a leading provider of heating solutions which have various characteristics that benefit customers:

  • Fully programmable controls: This is particularly beneficial in cases of intermittent use or when heat demand is erratic (e.g. community halls).  Unlike underfloor heating for example, the heating can be effective for relatively short periods of time.
  • Wide range of outputs: This allows heat output to be closely matched to overall requirements and allows comprehensive “zoning” options to help minimise fuel costs.
  • Sealed combustion systems: This avoids introducing products of combustion into the space and is very tolerant of pollutants within the atmosphere unlike direct-fired heating systems.
  • Natural gas, LPG or oil-fired. Generally considered more cost-effective than electric heating.

Recent Winterwarm model XR gas fired heater installation in Derby by Chillaire Limited complete with mains gas pipe and mains electrical power supply installation plus controller wiring and set up:

Call Chillaire Limited today to assist you with your commercial or industrial heating environment or application requirement. From initial site survey, design, supply, installation, warranty and future planned maintenance with 24 hour service.

We have offices throughout central England:

Email Address: sales@chillaire.co.uk / service@chillaire.co.uk

Air Source Heat Pumps (ASHP)

The summer is nearly over and the requirement for air conditioning tends to traditionally fade away as people’s perception of air conditioning systems is that it’s for the summer season and for cooling only. However, this perception is slowly changing as people are starting to realise the benefit of Air Source Heat Pump systems (ASHP).

Heat Pump Air Conditioning Systems can provide comfort all year round providing cooling in summer and heating in winter. Using heat pump air conditioning split systems for individual offices or retail units can provide cooling in summer and heating in winter at much more cost effectively in most cases compared to traditional gas fired heating, such as boilers or electrical heating.

For large commercial applications such as multi-office complexes, sports gyms or hotels the VRV or VRF heat pump air conditioning system would provide ideal cooling in summer and heating in winter at very good running costs and initial installation may work out cheaper as well compared to traditional heating systems that would be considered at the time.

Air source heat pumps are a renewable energy technology that take warmth from the air outside (even when it’s freezing) and use it to heat internal space such as offices or retail units, air source heat pumps are suitable for a wider range of properties.

How does the Air Conditioning Heat Pump System work?

Air source heat pumps use the same type of technology that keeps your fridge cold, but in reverse. A liquid refrigerant that has a very low boiling point is pumped on a loop between two heat exchangers. This refrigerant takes on heat energy from the outside ambient air temperature and turns into a gas as it warms up. This gas is then compressed back into a liquid, which increases its temperature further. The warm refrigerant then goes through a heat exchanger, which transfers the warmth to a separate body of air circulating around a room or water for circulating round the central heating system. During the final stage the liquid refrigerant goes through an expansion valve reducing the pressure and temperature and the cycle repeats.

Coefficient of Performance or COP is why heat pumps are a useful technology: if you put 1kWh of energy into a system you will get more than 1kWh of heat energy out. Typically a heat pump has a maximum CoP of 2 or 3, meaning for 1kWh of electricity you will get 2 or 3 kWh’s of heat, in some cases it can be even more.

Variable refrigerant flow (VRF), also known as variable refrigerant volume (VRV), is an HVAC technology invented by Daikin Industries. The alternative system supplied by other manufacturers is the Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) system.

These VRV / VRF refrigerant heat pump air conditioning systems can supply cooling and heating in large quantities using single or multiple condensing units (which may be located outdoors or indoors, water or air cooled) and is circulate the cooling and heating within a building to multiple indoor units in multiple areas / offices. VRV or VRF systems, unlike conventional chiller or LPHW -based systems, allow for varying degrees of cooling or heating in only certain areas, reducing energy consumption.

VRV & VRFs are typically installed with an air conditioner inverter which adds a DC inverter to the compressor in order to support variable motor speed and thus variable refrigerant volume or variable refrigerant flow rather than simply perform on/off operation. By operating at varying speeds, VRV & VRF units work only at the needed rate allowing for substantial energy savings at load conditions.

Heat recovery VRV & VRF technology allows individual indoor units to heat or cool as required, while the compressor load benefits from the internal heat recovery. Energy savings of up to 55% are predicted over comparable unitary equipment. This also results in greater control of the building’s interior temperature by the building’s occupants.

VRV & VRF systems come in two system formats, two pipe and three pipe systems. In a heat pump two pipe system all of the zones must either be all in cooling or all in heating. Heat Recovery (HR) systems have the ability to simultaneously heat certain zones while cooling others; this is usually done through a three pipe design, with the exception of some brands, whose systems are able to do this with a two pipe system using a branch circuit (BC) controller to the individual indoor evaporator zones. In this case the heat extracted from zones requiring cooling is put to use in the zones requiring heating. This is made possible because the heating unit is functioning as a condenser, providing sub-cooled liquid back into the line that is being used for cooling. While the heat recovery system has a greater initial cost, it allows for better zoned thermal control of a building and overall greater efficiencies.

In heat recovery VRV & VRF systems, some of the indoor units may be in cooling mode while others are in heating mode, reducing energy consumption. If the coefficient of performance in cooling mode of a system is 3, and the coefficient of performance in heating mode is 4, then heat recovery performance can reach more than 7. While it is unlikely that this balance of cooling and heating demand will happen often throughout the year, energy efficiency can be greatly improved when the scenario occurs.

VRV & VRF systems may be air or water cooled. If air cooled, VRV & VRF condensing units are exposed to outside air and may be outdoors, and condensing units are the size of large refrigerators, since they need to contain a large condenser (heat exchanger) to transfer heat to the surrounding air, because air doesn’t have a high heat capacity. If water cooled, the condensing units are placed indoors and are much smaller and cooled, using water, possibly by a cooling tower.

Chillaire Limited can design, supply and install air source heat pump air conditioning systems for individual areas, offices or retails units using wall mounted, ceiling mounted our ducted indoor fan coil units.
We also supply Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV or Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems for large buildings or multi office / area or complex to provide cooling and heating to individual areas at the same time with energy saving costs.

Call Chillaire Limited today to assist you with your Air Source Heat Pump Split System or VRV or VRF Air Source Heat Pump multi system. From initial site survey, design, supply, installation, warranty and future planned maintenance with 24 hour service.

We have offices throughout central England:

Nuaire XBOXER Hybrid

After some interesting design challenges, the mechanical ventilation experts, Nuaire, have now launched their new XBOXER Hybrid range. They provide a natural system with fans for mixing warm air when it’s cold and for higher flow rates in hotter weather.

Mixed­-mode or hybrid ventilation is a popular solution for schools. It introduces air both naturally and mechanically for better airflow.

Developing the Nuaire Hybrid unit

Before development began, Nuaire carried out survey to find out more about their customer’s hybrid ventilation requirements. Based on the feedback they received, design started back in January 2017. A typical approach was used with supply, extract, intake and exhaust working as two pathways inside the unit. It had side-access controls and an internal damper to recirculate warm classroom air and to manage air from outside to reduce draughts.

Initial testing showed that performance was affected because the controls were in the air path. Moving the controls so they could be accessed from the bottom improved performance and made installation into classrooms easier.

Originally, built-in mounting brackets were used, but this was changed to a separate mounting bracket. A simple two-stage installation was now possible, with reduced external fixings and rivets. Since the bracket was hidden at the top of the unit after installation, the units also blended more easily into a classroom environment.

Unexpected Test Results

Nuaire used a leading Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) accredited test laboratory to evaluate their new design. The XBOXER Hybrid was treated as a mechanical unit for testing and the results weren’t as expected.

With the damper fully open, the unit acted as a natural ventilation unit as anticipated. The pressure difference across the fan drew fresh air in from outside and CO2-laden air was displaced to leave through the exhaust path.

However, in recirculation mode, even with the damper opened slightly, the intake side of the fan began to draw air in from both the intake and exhaust paths, so air couldn’t leave.

This meant that the recirculation path needed to be separated from the discharge path, so in late 2018 the team started a new design.

Revised unit design

In the revised Nuaire design the recirculation path is separated from the exhaust path when the unit is in recirculation mode. Testing of the new XBOXER Hybrid approach confirmed that excessive negative pressure was avoided by isolating the exhaust and supply paths, and the final design was agreed.

Nuaire HVAC Product launch

Nuaire has now launched three new units in the XBOXER Hybrid range

Two singlue use units for use in master/secondary configuration and a double unit

  • XB-H130M (Single Unit)
  • XB-H130S (Single Unit)
  • XB-H260 (Double Unit)

These units will be available with building management system (BMS) integration controls including room air quality sensors with a traffic light display and a simple control switch which is designed to be student tamper-proof.

Contact Us to Enquire About the New Hybrid Xboxer

For more information about hybrid ventilation systems, please contact us at 16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 6FG   Telephone: 024 7624 9440 or email sales@chillaire.co.uk.


For other areas please see our local addresses below:

North UK & Leicestershire Office: 3rd Floor, St George’s House, 6 St George’s Way, Leicester   LE1 1QZ Tel: 0116 202 5094 or email sales@chillaire.co.uk

North Warwickshire Office: Unit 1 Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire   CV11 6RT Tel: 024 7632 0300 or email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Northamptonshire Office: Moulton Park Business Centre, Redhouse Road, Moulton Park, Northampton, Northamptonshire   NN3 6AQ Tel: 01604 269540 or email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Chillaire Limited supplied and installed Samsung wall split air conditioning systems into a village hall in the village of Dunchurch set in between Rugby and Daventry.

Samsung heat pump air conditioning at Dunchurch Village Hall near Rugby

Chillaire Limited supplied and installed five Samsung wall heat pump air conditioning systems into a village hall in Dunchurch to provide cooling in summer and heating in winter. The indoor units were interlinked to operate off a single controller with each wall fan coil unit operating off its own internal temperature sensor to provide a more balanced control throughout the hall.

The mode setting for all five systems can only be set in the same mode, this will stop anyone setting the systems so that they are cooling and heating at the same time and working / fighting against each other.

Samsung have a very good range of equipment from air conditioning split type systems to air conditioning multi systems and air conditioning VRF systems all are heat pump reverse cycle systems.

Fan coil unit options are available as wall, floor, ceiling, ceiling concealed, cassette and ducted.

If you are interested in details regarding Samsung Heat Pump Air Conditioning systems range and would be interested in a free no obligation quotation, please call us at our Coventry office:
16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 6FG on 024 7624 9440 or email us at sales@chillaire.co.uk and for more details you can visit our website – www.chillaire.co.uk

Warwickshire Office: Unit 1 Veasey Close, Attleborough Fields Industrial Estate, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 6RT. Telelhone: 024 7632 0300 or email us at sales@chillaire.co.uk and for more details you can visit our website – www.chillaire.co.uk

You can also call us on our local Rugby phone number: 01788 669164

Leamington & Warwick: 01926 825681

Warwickshire Area: 01789 279289

Coventry & West Midlands Area: 024 7624 9440

Leicester & Leicestershire Area: 0116 202 9054

Northamptonshire: Northampton 01604 269540 or Kettering: 01536 386046

Powrmatic NVX Warm Air Suspended Gas Unit Heater installed by Chillaire Limited at our customer premises in March Industrial Estate, Daventry.

Chillaire Limited conducted the site survey, carried out the heat loss assessment and selected the Powrmatic NVX heater.

Chillaire heating engineers carried out the entire installation from hanging the heater off the roof beams, installing the mains gas pipe, installing the mains electrical power supply, installing the Powrmatic MV200 control unit and installing the flue complete with dektite seal.

Chillaire Limited are an approved supplier / installer of Powrmatic products and have been supplying and installing them for over 20 years and recommend them very highly to new and existing customers.

Powrmatic have now brought out their new LNVX model gas fired heater, it is ErP compliant and benefits from a redesign throughout its entire construction, performance and aesthetics.

It has easy access control panel and has been designed with engineers in mind. The hinged control panel allows easy access to the burner compartment during installation and servicing. The new ‘Plug & Play’ control panel allows for quick and trouble free wiring connections.

Reduced NOx, the advanced LNVx is ergonomically designed with low NOx levels which provides efficient and cost effective heating solutions for any industrial and commercial properties whilst built with heating engineers in mind.

The new Powrmatic LNVX heater is more economical to run compared to the conventional range still offered by Powrmatic, such as the NVX range which is still though a superb heater.

Powrmatic new energy efficient LNVX heater range now available for installations into warehouses, factories, distribution centres, workshops, garages, halls, sports halls, gyms and many more applications / environments.

Call the Coventry gas heating centre – Chillaire Limited 16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 FG / Tel: 024 7624 9440 or Email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Freephone; 0800 092 9898 / www.chillaire.co.uk

Air Conditioning Heat Pump & Gas Heating solutions and installations in Coventry, Hinckley, Leamington Spa, Rugby, Solihull, Daventry, Crick, Warwick, Stratford upon Avon, Redditch, Alcester, Bromsgrove, Leicester, Coalville, Loughborough, Derby, Nottingham, Kettering, Lutterworth, Northampton, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Banbury, Brackley, Corby, Wellingborough, Tamworth, Birmingham, Cannock, Stafford, Stoke on Trent, Walsall, Worcester, Kidderminster, Telford, Stourbridge, Evesham, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, East Midlands, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire

Chillaire Limited supplied and installed new CD3 precision air conditioning close control systems at the Art Gallery & Museum in Rugby, Warwickshire.

The CD3 air conditioning range can provide simultaneous cooling, heating and humidification or dehumidification processes to achieve the required conditions for a close control environment.

The indoor air handling unit is well constructed and can be floor or wall mounted, it comes with a Carel microprocessor controller and controls (see below). The CD3 air conditioning air handling unit comes with top supply air discharge grille with front return air grille, however you have an option to have a top plenum box with a front supply air discharge grille, which does raise the height of the air handling by 430mm, however gives you the option to have front supply air grille with bottom front return air grille.

Marstair TEV air conditioning condensing units provide the DX cooling for the CD3 air conditioning system, and they operate on R407c gas and can be floor or wall mounted.

The CD3 air conditioning range has been around for over 20 years, the CD3 air handling unit is well constructed and has a good level of controls equipment and is ideal for small low load calibration labs, metrology rooms or CNC machine rooms.

Both the CD3 range indoor and outdoor air conditioning units are made from fabricated sheet metal making both the indoor and unit’s very robust and long lasting.

World Rugby Hall of Fame and Rugby Art Gallery and Museum at Little Elborow Street, Rugby, CV21 3BZ

For details regarding the CD3 Air Conditioning systems range call us at our Coventry office at 16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 6FG on 024 7624 9440 or email us at sales@chillaire.co.uk and for more details you can visit our website – www.chillaire.co.uk

You can also call us on our local Rugby phone number: 01788 669164

Leamington & Warwick: 01926 825681

Warwickshire Area: 01789 279289

Coventry & West Midlands Area: 024 7624 9440

Leicester & Leicestershire Area: 0116 202 9054

Northamptonshire: Northampton 01604 269540 or Kettering: 01536 386046

Powrmatic LNVx ErP Warm Air Suspended Gas Unit Heater is ErP compliant and benefits from a redesign throughout its entire construction, performance and aesthetics including the new RAL 7015 colour scheme.

It has easy access control panel and has been designed with engineers in mind. The hinged control panel allows easy access to the burner compartment during installation and servicing. The new ‘Plug & Play’ control panel allows for quick and trouble free wiring connections.

Reduced NOx, the advanced LNVx is ergonomically designed with low NOx levels which provides efficient and cost effective heating solutions for any industrial and commercial properties whilst built with heating engineers in mind.

The new Powrmatic LNVX heater is more economical to run compared to the conventional range still offered by Powrmatic, such as the NVX range which is still though a superb heater.

Powrmatic new energy efficient LNVX heater range now available for installations into warehouses, factories, distribution centres, workshops, garages, halls, sports halls, gyms and many more applications / environments.

Call the Coventry gas heating centre – Chillaire Limited 16 Lythalls Lane, Holbrooks, Coventry, CV6 FG / Tel: 024 7624 9440 or Email: sales@chillaire.co.uk

Freephone; 0800 092 9898 / www.chillaire.co.uk

Air Conditioning Heat Pump & Gas Heating solutions and installations in Coventry, Hinckley, Leamington Spa, Rugby, Solihull, Daventry, Crick, Warwick, Stratford upon Avon, Redditch, Alcester, Bromsgrove, Leicester, Coalville, Loughborough, Derby, Nottingham, Kettering, Lutterworth, Northampton, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Banbury, Brackley, Corby, Wellingborough, Tamworth, Birmingham, Cannock, Stafford, Stoke on Trent, Walsall, Worcester, Kidderminster, Telford, Stourbridge, Evesham, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, West Midlands, East Midlands, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire

Combat Warm Air Heaters

Warm air heating is designed to replace traditional gas water-heating systems within commercial & industrial premises and works by forcing warm air around the building. These heaters are used in commercial properties and public spaces such as retail outlets and sports halls and are known to improve energy efficiency when compared to other systems.

Warm air heaters work by pulling cold air from the building and pushing it across a heat exchanger. The cold air is heated across the heater exchanger via a fan and re-distributed back into the environment until the required temperature is achieved. The heaters can operate on a variety of fuels from natural gas, LPG, oil, and biofuels. By combining a warm air heater with a sophisticated control system, businesses can easily manage the temperature without overheating or getting too cold.

Warm air heating systems come in a range of options such as roof suspended and floor standing units, making them an extremely versatile choice for industrial and commercial premises. The Combat Compact range is ideal for smaller buildings that may require less heating, particularly when space is at a minimum. Alternatively, for improved energy efficiency, you may want to consider the Combat ECO Condensing Unit Heaters, which are the smallest condensing heaters on the market at present.

The Combat extensive knowledge of the commercial and industrial heating sector helps find solutions to suit most requirements.

Combat ELG and ELO Cabinet Warm Air Unit Heaters
Combat ELUA Suspended Warm Air Unit Heaters
Combat Elite Suspended Warm Air Unit Heaters
Combat ECO Condensing Warm Air Unit Heater

Combat Radiant Heating

Radiant heating is a cost-effective, reliable method of heating indoor areas that require a more even spread of heat, they are designed to provide localised heat. The best way to describe how infrared radiant heaters work is to compare one to the most reliable known heater – the Sun. The heat energy from the Sun radiates heat through space and our atmosphere, striking the Earth’s surface and heating it. It is this warmed surface that then heats the air and raises the air temperature. This one of the main reasons, radiant heating is a popular choice when considering garden centre or greenhouse heating. Due to the versatility of radiant heaters, they are also utilised for factory and warehouse heating.

Radiant heating, unlike warm air heating, doesn’t heat the air. It first heats the people and the objects around it, including the floor, which in turn acts as secondary heating, raising the air temperature. The main benefit of radiant heating is the reduced loss of heated air in areas with open doors and windows. Unlike warm air heaters which must use excessive energy to heat the building’s atmosphere once a door has been opened, objects heated by radiant heating will continue to stay warm. For industrial and commercial buildings such as distribution centres or warehouses that often have large doors open to cater for deliveries, radiant heating is the most cost-effective solution for maintaining suitable working temperatures.

Combat area one of the leading providers of infrared heaters, with extensive experience of implementing systems across a wide range of industries and environments. Models Available:

Combat CoRayVac
Complete Linear and U-Tubes
Combat NRG Controller

For gas fired heater requirements for new sales contact Chillaire Limited for a free survey and no obligation quotations. Contact our heating call centres at Coventry, West Midlands, Leicester, Leicestershire or Northampton, Northamptonshire.

Northampton Industrial Heating Centre: Chillaire Limited, Moulton Park Business Centre, Redhouse Road, Moulton Park, Northamptonshire, NN3 6AQ – Tel: 01604 269540 or email sales@chillaire.co.uk and you can visit our website for further details: www.chillaire.co.uk

Industrial & Commercial Heating Centre Serving: Rugby: 01788 669164 / Kettering: 01536 384046 / Daventry: 01295 207682 / Wellingborough: 01604 269540 / Rushden: 01604 269540

Coventry Industrial Heating Centre: Chillaire Limited, 16 Lythalls Lane, Coventry, West Midlands, CV6 6FG / Tel: 024 7624 9440 or email sales@chillaire.co.uk and you can visit our website for further details: www.chillaire.co.uk

Local Chillaire Industrial / Commercial Heating Centres: Rugby: 01788 669164 / Leamington Spa & Warwick: 01926 825681 / Stratford upon Avon: 01789 273289 / Banbury: 01295 207682 / Redditch: 01527 531275 and Leicester: 0116 202 5094

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