What is a convection heater?

Convection gas furnaces also referred to as convector gas furnaces or simply convectors, are non-fan forced gas furnaces that utilize natural convection to supply the heated air back into your conditioned space, and this feature makes the Heating in addition to A/C system much quieter compared to regular fan heaters, since it doesn’t use a fan to blow air, the convection gas furnaces provide a fantastic solution to lessening the circulation of pollen and dust, improving the indoor air pollen levels and, in turn, the quality of living.

Tapping into a natural phenomenon referred to as convection, the air inside the convector is heated, making it less dense than your cool ambient air, enabling it to rise because of buoyancy; While the heated air rises, your surrounding cooler air is pulled into your convector, establishing a constant flow! If you put your convector under a window, the rising heated air will block the downdraft of cold air, forming a heated air curtain, and each convection gas furnace comprises more than one components that function together to effectively supply heated air into your home: the over-temperature limit and element.

The element transforms electrical energy into heat by passing an electric current through a specially designed resistance wire. The elements used in convection Heating in addition to A/C systems include a metal sheath made of a spiral wound resistance wire covered in an insulating powder, on the other hand, over-temperature limits are devices designed to sense temperatures and are situated on or near the element to halt the flow of electricity to your element in case an abnormally tepid condition happens. In convection oil furnaces, the over-temperature limit unit is respectfully activated when an air discharge opening or inlet is blocked by furniture or drapery, causing heat to build up.

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