Workshop Heaters

As working environments are usually poorly heated from the lack of central heating systems, workshop heaters are becoming more and more in demand. They are larger than traditional heaters because they are intended to heat larger areas of space that are more at risk to low temperatures, though smaller models are still available for use in domestic environments.

A workshop heater is relatively simple to use, and can be powered by many different fuel sources, though which all have the ability to provide efficient heating in cold locations.

Electric Workshop Heaters

Electric workshop heaters vary in how much wattage they require, therefore can be used to power different sized workshops to ensure there is no lack of heat and no heat is wasted.  The electric workshop heater is a much more advanced and multipurpose appliance than those ran by different heat sources as they come with features designed to enhance their performance. Some models incorporate fan only settings, allowing a cool breeze and extra ventilation into the room if the temperature becomes too high, which is also ideal to prevent the heater from overheating.  Electric workshop heaters are easy to use, and are simply installed by plugging them into an electrical outlet.

Gas Workshop Heaters

Similarly convenient heating units are gas workshop heaters. They are most commonly heated by either natural gas or propane gas, though both produce copious amounts of heat with low fuel consumptions.

Essentially, the gas workshop heater is a large space heater, and operates with piezo ignition, whereby the gas is automatically ignited when a spring loaded hammer is pressed in order to produce heat instantly. They are also cylindrical in shape, so can be directed at specific areas.

Diesel Workshop Heaters

Diesel workshop heaters are frequently used in working environments as although the diesel heat source may be more expensive, it will last for a greater period of time, so may work out cheaper in the long run. They operate at fast heat up times, and quickly raise the temperature to a comfortable level when working at home or in a commercial setting.

Like gas types, the diesel workshop heater is fitted with a flue for to decrease the risk of inhaling harmful emissions, a safety feature imperative for all heaters.

Wood Burning Workshop Heaters

As has been highlighted, there are many similar workshop heaters. Wood burning ones, however, are generally for more fixed heating applications in the form of stoves. They can just about burn any wood waste, including wood scraps, shavings, and even sawdust.

Wood burning workshop heaters more suited to larger, industrial workshops as they produce a very fierce heat, so these units may also benefit from flue dampers to control the burn rate.

Workshop Heater Benefits

All types of workshop heaters are extremely robust and durable in order to cope in demanding working environments, one of the main advantages of using these heaters. They are also very safe appliances and often incorporate cut off features to prevent them from overheating.

Workshop Heaters For Sale

Workshop heaters for sale are usually intended for large commercial environments given their large heat outputs, though are equally ideal for domestic purposes, particularly for garages or sheds.