Heating equipment are HVAC systems that are used for heating processes. Our heating equipment consist of convection heaters, forced air heaters, and heating cables and insulations. The convection heaters operate on air convection currents that circulate through the body of the electrical or heating appliance. The heaters thus heat the air up, and warm air fills up the area. Forced air heaters are heating equipment that use air as the heat transfer medium. They consist and rely on ductwork and vents in order that distribution of air is exclusive of the heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems. Heating cables and insulation are used for protecting pipes from freezing as well as to maintain the optimal temperature of process piping and containers. The metal sheath of the heat cable gives it the needed heat resistance. Infrared and radiant heaters are also equipment that work on the principles of HVAC systems.
HVAC heating systems work on principles of heating and ventilating. The pipe heating cables prevent frozen water pipes to minus 50 Degree F. They are highly user-friendly, hence can be simply wrapped on, insulated and plugged in. They are engineered for use on metal and rigid plastic pipes.