Warm air units
Direct and decentralised
SchwankAir warm air units are directly-fired gas warm air units that have repeatedly proven themselves for industrial space heating applications over the course of a nummber of years, thanks to their efficient burner technology. They are particularly used in buildings with low ceilings, narrow spaces and in buildings with high requirements for ventilation. If the basic heating of spaces is paramount, recirculation units with quiet axial fans would be the logical choice. In case of air exchange, warm air units with radial fans and duct systems are used for uniform distribution.
If heating is the primary concern in a hall, warm air units with quiet axial fans are best suited. For air renewal, on the other hand, warm air heaters with radial fans and duct systems for uniform distribution are the first choice. The Schwank engineers design each system individually. Especially in complex halls with office facilities, several floors or separate hall sections, the combination of classical Schwank infrared systems and Schwank warm air units can be advantageous.
Our Schwank warm air units
Warm air units are suitable for halls with low ceiling heights in industry and commerce. Schwank offers direct-fired gas fired…
Schwank warm air units have a top seasonal energy efficiency. Due to a 2-stage operation, a highly efficient condensing technology…
Benefits of the warm air units
Added value of the efficient SchwankAir warm air units
Benefits of Schwank warm air units
- Compact design
- Built-in exhaust gas and combustion air fans
- Atmospheric multi-gas burner, encapsulated on the combustion side towards the installation room with combustion air intake from outside
- Use as simple ambient air unit, as ducted unit for the fresh air supply or as central roof system
At a glance
Since 1st January 2018, the ErP Directive has applied to space heating systems for buildings such as luminous (plaque) and tube heaters. SCHWANK manufactures the most efficient heating systems that achieve excellent values in this category. Learn more about the requirements of the new Ecodesign Directive below.