HANNOVER MESSE 2019,
01 - 05 April
Schwank luminous heaters with their outstanding reputation are ideal for space heating of industrial buildings, warehouses, sport arenas, football stadiums, churches and diverse outdoor applications. The infrared energy is radiated by the ceramic tiles where flames are established at the numerous passages in the tile emitting temperatures of up to 950° C. Infrared waves penetrate the air nearly loss-free and only turn into warmth - once making contact with persons and surfaces. Schwank's product range includes the world's most energy efficient infrared radiant luminous heaters.
- Industrial units
- Logistics buildings
- Sport facilities
- Show rooms
The Advantages of Schwank Luminous Heaters:
- High energy-efficiency: 30% - 50% energy savings vs. conventional systems
- Even distribution and comfortable warmth
- High Return on Investment (ROI)
- Very short warming-up times
- No hot air cushion below the ceiling
- Possibility of differentiated temperatures within the same room
- No dust swirls or draughts
- Quality, durability and comfort
- Easy installation
- Made in Germany
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