How Does Warm Air Heating Work?
Warm Air Heating is Simplicity in Action
Warm Air Heating is the process of turning cool air into warm air.
Warm Air appliances do this by actively passing the cool air through a heat exchanger, then blowing it into rooms through vents in the floor, walls or ceiling.
The heated metal plates within the exchanger heat the cooler air as it passes across, turning it into hot air. Once the air has been warmed it is distributed throughout the property via air ducts fitted within the wall cavities.
Similar to conventional central heating, this process continues until the user selected temperature on the room thermostat is reached.
Assuming your property is fitted with the appropriate ducting, Warm Air Heating systems can be quick and easy to update.
There is minimal disruption and the work is confined to the heating compartment area. Usually there are no floor boards to lift or pipework to run that would be associated with a wet system installation.
Properties that were not built with Warm Air Heating in mind are not usually suitable as retrofitting for Warm Air Heating can be expensive and disruptive for the homeowner.
Up-flow Air Handler?
Some of the benefits of an Up-flow Air Handler:
Down-flow Air Handler?
Understanding your choices can help you choose a Warm Air Heating system that best fits your home. Contact RW Thomas Heating Services today to discuss your requirements.
Johnson & Starley's Electronic Filtration System
The CleanFlow electronic filtration option provides your Warm Air Heating with the added benefit of filtered interior air throughout the home. With the heating running at every pass the air will be filtered and 95% of airborne pollutants down to 1 micron can be removed. Particles such as pollen, house dust and cigarette smoke will be eliminated.
CleanFlow is available as an option for WarmCair, Economaire & Aquair series appliances.