Producing 700,000 Btuh of heat, the Safe-Heat IDF-700 indirect-fired temporary heater can operate on diesel, natural gas, or propane fuel for maximum convenience. According to the manufacturer, the unique recirculation design of the temporary heater offers users the ability to pull return air, increasing its efficiency.
PexUniverse.com, an online seller of plumbing and heating supplies, has announced the addition of new electric radiant heating product lines, including electric pipe heating cables, electric radiant floor heating cables, and electric radiant floor heating mats.
This article takes a look at three special projects that involved hydronic heating and how each contractor solved his client’s problem by choosing the proper design and equipment for each job — and how these jobs may give other HVAC contractors some insight into how they can sell wet heat to their own clients.
Watts Radiant is showing FlexPlate™, a new type of under floor heating plate. The primary material in the plate is a specially processed natural graphite, giving FlexPlate unique heat conduction properties.
Canadian thermoplastic parts manufacturer Plastech Inc. wanted solar technology to eliminate the $6,000 (CAD) annual natural gas energy costs of heating its shipping area, but without the expense of altering its ivory color building’s aesthetic exteriors or painting it a darker, more absorptive color.
There are several types of radiant heating systems available, including hydronic, electric, and infrared. The products described here illustrate all these types of radiant heating, including the components and accessories that are commonly associated with these systems.