Heating for all types of warehouses, high or low, big or small.

Gas-fired unit air heaters are perfectly suitable to heat warehouses. These warehouses usually have high volumes and the target temperatures can be relatively low to ensure the lowest possible investment.

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Heating of a warehouse by warm air

Air heating in warehouses is a very common solution. To achieve the highest sustainable solution the logical choice could be to use Winterwarm HR condensing air heaters.

When the heat source is hot water (boiler , heat pump or any other hot water source) the right choice is the Winterwarm WWH-series. This is also available as a WWH-LT unit for low water temperatures.

When the warehouse is very small or there is no other source available you could choose a Winterwarm EH electrical heater.

Larger warehouses often opt for gas-fired or water based solutions as the price of electricity can be too expensive.


Extra considerations are required when heating a warehouse

1. High racks in the warehouse can restrict the positioning of the heaters.

2. Warm air rises naturally between the racks creaitng higher temperatures in teh roof space.

3. Acces doors and vehicle docking shelters can lead to exra heat loss.

The solution to overcome these obstacles is the application of WCU destrification units as well as ACM air curtains.

The advantages of additional recirculation in a warehouse:

  • WCU units can be placed between the racks in the warehouse
  • The warm air will be forced to the floor level by the WCU
  • ACM air curtains can prevent heat losses when opening overhead access doors
  • Energy consumption is reduced¬†


Suitable products

Air curtains

Next to the various types of air heaters Winterwarm as also an air curtain in the program for installation at large access doors, loading docks or other seperation doors.

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Air circulation units

Application of destratification fans or (ceiling)fans ensures a good heat distribution and optimises the use of the heated air because the heat loss through the roof is reduced.

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