Frequently Asked Questions
What is a downflow heater?
Where are downflow fan heaters placed?
What is the difference between an upflow heater and a downflow heater?
Can I install a downflow heater myself?
How do I clean a downflow heater?
During winter or colder months, drafts coming into indoor spaces can be wholly uncomfortable. After all, indoor spaces should ideally offer a warm reprieve from the cold outdoors. However, exterior openings such as doors and windows can sometimes let in cold drafts even when they’re closed. To combat this, you can install downflow heaters in strategic spots to ensure consistent comfort throughout the day. This also helps facilities prevent heat loss.
Of course, that’s not all that downflow heaters can do. Because they’re installed on ceilings or at least higher up on the wall, they can help save valuable floor space. Thus, they can allow facilities to fit more furniture and equipment into their space. This is especially ideal for smaller spaces, such as retail stores and offices.
Engineer Warehouse offers a variety of downflow heaters, as well as downflow heater diffusers that can help improve the direction of heated air. Find them in the catalog below!