Frequently Asked Questions
What is a fan-forced heater?
Which heats a room better: infrared or forced air fan heaters?
Why isn’t my heater’s fan working?
Why is my fan-forced heater blowing cold air even if its fan is running?
Are wall-mounted fan-forced heaters more efficient than ceiling-mounted models?
TPI 5100 Series Electric Fan Forced Unit Heater
During the cold season, it gets uncomfortable for employees to work because of the freezing temperatures. This fact rings especially true for those working in industrial and commercial areas, which are too spacious to heat. Luckily, Engineer Warehouse is a proud authorized distributor of TPI products, like the HVAC brand’s fan-forced heaters. These heaters include the 5100 Series Electric Fan-Forced Unit Heaters, which are perfect for indoor commercial and industrial heating.
This video highlights the main features of this series of heaters. It also goes to prove how these heaters are powerful enough to heat the spacious areas of industrial and commercial facilities.
Fan Forced Heaters
Fan forced heaters are some of the most reliable and commonly used heaters in industrial, commercial, and residential applications -- and for good reason. These heaters come with an internal fan and a heat source, like a metal heating element. The fan blows air over the heating element, and this is how these heaters spread heat. Because of the fan, the heat can be carried over a larger area.
Furthermore, fan forced heaters come with thermal limit switches. This prevents the device from overheating, and thus prevents damage and accidents. Some fan forced heater models also come with fan switches, which enables users to turn on the internal fan without activating the heat source. It is thus possible to have the heater double as a fan during warmer months. These heaters can thus stay functional all year round.
There is a whole laundry list of reasons why fan forced heaters are good choices. See the catalog below to choose the best model for your specific needs and requirements.