Solaronics infrared heaters have been used in all branches of the military to supply heat that’s used in aerospace design/testing, machine/equipment assembly, and other outbuildings. Infrared heaters directly heat the floor, aircraft and personnel, while forced air heaters attempt to simply heat the ample amounts of air. The result is that the warmed air rises to the ceiling, requiring the air heaters to provide additional warm air at the floor level to maintain desired temperatures. This cause fluctuations in inside temperatures and increased energy costs. This is why infrared heat is preferred over forced air heat.
Low Intensity Infrared Tube Heaters for Aerospace
Solaronics Suntube and True Dual infrared heaters are commonly used in aerospace applications. Heater ventilation is commonly performed by directly venting through a ceiling or sidewall, however, this could very on your facility. Our low intensity tube heaters are made of corrosion-resistant materials to withstand harsh environments.
High Intensity Infrared Ceramic Heaters for Aerospace
High intensity infrared heaters are also commonly used in aerospace applications. Ventilation of Solaronics high intensity infrared heaters may be accomplished through the building’s natural or mechanical ventilation system, however, this could vary on your facility. Our high intensity ceramic heaters are also made of corrosion-resistant materials to withstand harsh environments.
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