• 80 years of experience
  • ISO 9001-2008 certified
  • Innovative
  • Delivery from stock
  • Direct advice

Winterwarm UK Ltd.
Unit H3, Taylor Business Park
Warrington Road
Risley, Warrington
Cheshire WA3 6BL
T: +44 1925 765799 

Commercial register no. 2231586
VAT no. 483566217

Heating Solutions: efficient products for modern buildings

Winterwarm has been provided heating solutions for industrial and commercial markets for over 75 years. Warm air heating systems are both cost effective and comfortable, providing a pleasant working environment at reasonable cost. Whether you are heating a factory, warehouse, workshop, showroom or just about any other building, there is a heating solution from Winterwarm that will meet your needs.

Principles of Winterwarm Heating Systems

Indirect heating systems differ significantly from other forms of heating (e.g. electric heating, underfloor heating, direct-fired, etc.)  in that heat is transferred the space via a heat exchanger within the unit or by radiant tubes. These heating systems tolerate a wide range of working environments (e.g. high levels of solvents or dust) as the combustion is completely self-contained and can be located remotely if required. The range of heating systems includes: 

  • Gas-fired heaters (natural gas or LPG): available as suspended unit heaters, radiant tubes or floor-mounted cabinets
  • Oil-fired heaters: available as floor-mounted cabinet heaters
  • Fan coil units: using hot water from conventional boilers, biomass boilers or heat recovery systems

Benefits of Winterwarm Heating Systems

Winterwarm is a leading provider of heating solutions which have various characteristics that benefit customers:

  • Fully programmable controls: This is particularly beneficial in cases of intermittent use or when heat demand is erratic (e.g. community halls).  Unlike underfloor heating for example, the heating can be effective for relatively short periods of time.
  • Wide range of outputs: This allows heat output to be closely matched to overall requirements and allows comprehensive “zoning” options to help minimise fuel costs.
  • Sealed combustion systems: This avoids introducing products of combustion into the space and is very tolerant of pollutants within the atmosphere unlike direct-fired heating systems.
  • Natural gas, LPG or oil-fired. Generally considered more cost-effective than electric heating.

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