SchwankAir warm air heaters are directly-fired gas warm air heaters that have repeatedly proven themselves for industrial space heating applications over the course of a number of years, thanks to their efficient burner technology. These heating units are particularly used for large space heating in buildings with low ceilings, narrow spaces and in buildings with high requirements for ventilation.
If just the basic heating in a hall is the main priority, then warm air heaters with quiet axial fans are best suited. For air renewal, on the other hand, warm air heaters with radial fans and duct systems creating a uniform distribution are the best choice.
Schwank engineers design each system of heating units individually. This is done to provide the most efficient system in each environment. For instance, in complex halls with office facilities, several floors or separate hall sections, a combination of classical Schwank infrared systems and Schwank warm air heaters can be an excellent option.
Schwank will offer its customers an extensive on-site analysis of their premises and undertake a comparison of the eligible heating technologies. This enables us to create building studies and a comparison of operating and energy costs, illustrating the efficiency of different types of heating system appropriate for any given application.
Our Schwank warm air heaters
Schwank warm air units have a top seasonal energy efficiency. The Schwank HR is a condensing unit air heater with…
The XR+ range is a gas fired warm air heater from Schwank with a unique patented heat exchanger. The compact…
The EH Series is an electric warm air heater that can quickly heat industrial or commercial buildings, as an all-electric…
Schwank’s TR series warm air heater is an indirect gas-fired unit air heater that is ideal for industrial applications. The…
Benefits of the warm air heaters
Added value of the efficient SchwankAir warm air heaters
Benefits of Schwank warm air heating units for large space heating applications:
- 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
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Experience interesting details about the different warm air heaters.
Schwank presents the TR series: an indirect gas-fired unit air heater that is ideal for industrial applications.
Warm air units from Schwank are ideal for providing efficient heating solutions for low ceilinged halls in industry and commerce. The Schwank HR high performance heater is energy efficient, durable and fully ErP compliant. Find out full details here.
Of course the XR is provided with innovating technology as standard.
The Schwank EH Series electric warm air heater can be used where no gas is available or as additional heating. Find all details here.
Our customers expect energy-saving, innovative and reliable solutions which are supported by a professional and well attuned customer service…
Destratification fans which provide an effective recirculation of the warm air in a room.
More than two million units sold in over 40 countries worldwide speak for themselves.
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Energy Efficiency is Vital for Reaching Net Zero
A post on the EURACTIV website has included a statement by Paula Pinho from the European Commission’s Energy Directorate, which read as follows: “We believe that, first and foremost, we need to continue to apply the energy efficiency first principle, ensuring that really we make the most out of our limited resources.”