Gone are the days when they were flammable heaters need for comfort.
Now much easier to keep the heat in the house, using modern heating appliances.
However, their range is so great that it is difficult at first glance to determine which unit is suitable for a particular application.
There are many types of heaters, eachof which has its own characteristics (power, mode of operation, the number of modes). All models have their advantages and disadvantages. However, they are quite capable to replace traditional fireplaces or gas burners.
This domestic heating appliances consisting ofMultiple heating elements and, in fact, a fan. There are both stationary and portable models. These units warm air evenly distributed in small rooms, so often used in ordinary homes.
- A relatively small price,
- Rapid heating of premises.
- Burning oxygen,
- The noise during operation.
Infrared (IR) heaters
These units are used for spot heatingseparate zones as the environmental objects (walls, furniture, floor), and not on the air. This makes it possible to compensate for the loss of heat in certain areas (eg near windows).
- Work without noise,
- Do not dry the air,
- Align the temperature between floor and ceiling,
- Efficiently distribute heat.
Cons difficult to call.
The infrared emitter can not be covered by anything during operation. Otherwise, it may overheat.
These units quickly transfer heatwith air. They are used for heating small spaces. convector service life depends on the material from which made heating element: metal or ceramic.
- High speed space warming (with built-in fan)
- affordable price,
- Durable ceramic heating elements.
Of the minuses can be called oxygen combustion for devices with an open helix.
This domestic heating appliances, working onthe principle of heat transfer. They are ideal for a long operation without interruption. The housing unit is filled with a special liquid (oil), which contains the heating elements. Characteristics of these devices depends on the radiator capacity and design features.
- Does not burn oxygen,
- Evenly distribute heat,
- Do not overheat,
- Work without noise.
- A lot of weight,
- Slow heating room.
What should be guided in choosing heater
When choosing the type of heater should beIt takes into account not only their own preferences, but also the conditions under which the unit will operate. An important role is played by the size of the room, the presence of a thermal insulation, number of windows, as well as the time of year. No need to rely solely on ratings and prices.
If the heater is the sole source of heat in the room, the necessary capacity of the device can be calculated by formula 1 kW of energy per 10 square meters.
For example, when the heater is requiredset in a small room, it is ideal convector, which is able to constantly maintain the desired temperature. To warm the surface of any object, wall or floor, it is better to use an infrared emitter. If you need a unit that can be left unattended, you should give preference to the oil cooler, or any device with a thermostat.