About electric heating-the type of electric heater and its working principle
How does electric heating work?
The working principle of an electric heater is to generate electric current and convert it into heat. However, there are many different types of heaters, and they all work a little differently. For example, the working principle of a radiant electric heater is to use infrared rays to directly heat objects in the room (similar to sitting in front of a stove or standing under the sun), while a convection electric heater works by sucking in cold air and heating it up. Push outward into the room. Depending on your needs and budget, one style may be better than another, so it’s important to do research and ask any questions you might have.
There are many reasons why homeowners choose electric heating over gas heating, but some of the most common reasons include: lower upfront costs than gas stoves, quiet operation, zero gas emissions, and low maintenance costs.
If you don't want a huge, bulky unit to take up valuable floor space, an electric fireplace may do the trick for your home or business. We have electric fireplaces in both horizontal and vertical configurations, so you can choose the product that suits your specific needs. There are several types available, and they work slightly differently. For example, the working principle of an electric radiant wall heater is similar to that of the sun. It directly heats objects and air in the room. On the other hand, the working principle of the electric countercurrent heater is to use a blower to suck in air from the top and heat it, and then push it out from the bottom of the unit. This allows warm air to rise and circulate throughout the room.
Small split type with heat pump
A small split and heat pump provides excellent efficiency and versatility. With the ability to heat up to 8 rooms or "zones", a small split system with a heat pump can be used throughout the year, thanks to its heating and cooling capabilities. The best part? You can set the temperature for each room or area to meet the comfort level of each family member.
Hot and cold air conditioning unit
If you want an easy-to-install heating solution that you can use all year round, then hot/cold air conditioning may meet your needs. Suitable for smaller spaces, such as apartments, studios and bedrooms, there are multiple configurations of hot/cold air conditioning units, including windows, PTAC and through-wall units. Our hot/cold units range from 5000 to 25000 BTU, can heat and cool the space, the size can reach 900 square feet.
Floor radiant heat
Floor radiant heat provides the ultimate luxury of heated floors. Because the heat rises, floor radiant heat is not only heating your floor, it is also an effective way to heat other parts of your home. Radiant floor heating pads are installed under your home’s ceramic tile, stone, engineered wood, marble or laminate floor, available in various sizes and voltages to meet your special needs. These mats can be installed in your home and connected to a thermostat to run. Please note that floor radiant heat pads can only be installed by qualified professionals.
Extra large 6K2415BW 6 feet 1125/1500 watt electric skirting board heater skirting board heater
floor heaters provide high-efficiency heating on a per-room basis, which means that the homeowner can individually control the temperature of each room or "zone". Floor heaters use a convection heating system, which means they draw in cold air from the bottom and exhaust hot air from the top. Since skirting board heaters are usually installed under windows to naturally let cold air into the room through the glass, their convection heating systems are very efficient. Another benefit of floor heaters is that they are relatively quiet. These heaters can be installed in your entire home for efficient and comfortable electric heating, making everyone happy.
Whether you are interested in heating commercial garages, workshops or warehouses, electric garage heaters are a great way to easily heat your space. Our electric garage heater works by sucking in air from the top, heating it, and then pushing the hot air out of the front. Due to their size and power, we even have options that are very suitable for commercial use. We carry 2 kilowatts all the way, up to 20 kilowatts.
Popular electric heater
Compared with most gas heaters, it has lower initial cost, quiet operation and technological innovation. It is easy to understand why electric heating is so attractive. When choosing an electric heater, it is important to consider all your choices and determine the best type according to your specific needs. Whether you are heating a small room or heating the entire home, it will affect your purchase. It is important to find a solution that meets your needs and budget.