Convector Heaters

A convection heater operates by air convection currents circulating through the body of the appliance and across its heating element. This heats up the air, causing it to increase in volume and become buoyant and rise.

The heater utilizes radiant heat, and, by virtue of draft construction, supplements its power by drawing cold air through the facing, heating it and forcing it into the room through the vent at the top. This not only forces the circulation that provides an even warmth in every section of the room, but enables the heater to operate at all times with a perfectly cool exterior. Positive circulation provides an even warmth throughout the room, and guarantees a clean, humid, healthy air circulation.

Because of rising warm air from convector heaters, warm air may accumulate at the ceiling of the room. Usually, convector heaters are often paired with ceiling fans, especially in rooms with tall ceilings. In the winter, setting a fan to turn clockwise will allow for more air circulation and will keep heat from rising completely, making the room feel warmer and allowing one to turn down the thermostat.

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