A Guide to Office Heaters
A fan heater works by passing air over a heating element. Fan heaters heat up a room very quickly but they can be quite noisy. They are therefore useful for use in short spells under a desk in the office or at home.
Halogen heaters heat up and cool down quickly. Halogen heaters work in much the same way as a halogen lightbulb, producing a reaction between the tungsten filament and the halogen gas. They are also slim profile which saves much needed space in your home or office.
Oil Filled Radiator Heaters
Oil filled radiator heaters work by a heating element at the base of the metal columns, heating up the oil within the columns by convection. Radiators or oil filled heaters reach and sustain high temperatures making them suitable for heating larger areas such as workshops and open office spaces.
Hopefully your modern office is centrally heated, but for those occasions when the central heating breaks down or when you just need an extra blast of heat on a cold day, Paperstone offers a range of ceramic, electric, fan and convector heaters for the office.
All types of electric heater should be PAT tested annually to ensure they are safe for use.
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