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Cabinet Heaters (5 Styles Available)

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Cabinet Heaters (5 Styles Available)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a cabinet heater?

A cabinet heater is a type of heating equipment with a metal cabinet, which contains the heating element. Most cabinet unit heaters come with air intake grilles below and outlets for dispersing heated air above.

What are the benefits of having a cabinet heater?

A cabinet heater can provide widespread supplemental heat, and it’s cheaper to run than central heating. Because most cabinet heaters are designed to be large, they can cover wider areas than other supplemental heating solutions.

How does a cabinet unit heater work?

Electric cabinet unit heaters use electricity to convert resistance to heat. Some cabinet heaters transfer heat via convection—they take in the cold ambient air through their intake grills, pass it over their heating elements, and push the heated air through the outlets. Others use fans to blow out the heated air toward a room. Cabinet heaters typically raise the temperature inside the units to prevent moisture from building up inside the units.

Where can cabinet heaters be used?

Depending on the model and size, cabinet heaters are ideal for residential and commercial use. The cabinet unit heaters here on Engineer Warehouse are built for commercial applications, like schools, entryways, offices, and stores.

Cabinet Heaters

Central heating systems can be extremely efficient and useful in various facilities. However, there is always the possibility that there will be some rooms or spaces that won’t be covered sufficiently by the central heating system. This can happen when there are extensions and additions built after the heating system is installed. Fortunately, cabinet heaters can be useful in these cases.

Typically, cabinet heaters are ideal for heating up larger spaces, as opposed to other types of heaters that are more suitable for smaller spaces. This is because cabinet heaters tend to be larger, and can thus take up more space in a smaller area. Additionally, cabinet heaters can produce more warm air in less time, so they can cover large areas more quickly.

In some cases, wall heaters and other kinds of heaters are preferable to cabinet heaters. However, cabinet heaters are typically easier and less complicated to install.

Engineer Warehouse offers a variety of cabinet heaters that can meet a variety of needs and requirements in a variety of facilities. Check out the catalog and buy yours today!



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