• 80 years of experience
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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

Warm Air Heating: an efficient product for modern buildings

Winterwarm has been producing warm air heating systems for over 75 years.  Warm air heating is 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, warm air heating can provide an effective solution.

Principles of Warm Air Heating

Warm air heating differs significantly from radiant heating (e.g. hot water radiators or gas-fired radiant tubes) in that heat is transferred to the air within the space via a heat exchanger within the unit. The heat is then distributed within the space primarily by the heaters themselves or with the additional use of de-stratification fans.  The resulting warm air flow throughout the space is both comfortable and unobtrusive contributing to a pleasant working environment. The range of warm air heating systems includes:

  • Free-blowing unit heaters: suspended or wall-mounted for flexibility of positioning within the space.
  • Ducted unit heaters: providing a means of distributing heat through ductwork to numerous points within the space.
  • Rooftop heaters: particularly suitable for applications where space within the building is at a premium and/or a high level of ventilation air is required.

Benefits of Winterwarm Warm Air Heating

Winterwarm is a leader in gas warm air heating systems which offer specific benefits to users:

  • Excellent air flow:  This minimises “hot spots” associated with radiant heating systems,
  • Wide range of outputs and heat distribution options:  This allows maximum flexibility of positioning to optimise heat distribution
  • Modulating control is standard on all heaters.  This helps ensure minimum gas usage and noise levels, helping to optimise the working environment.

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