Industrial & Commercial Heating Uses

  • Factories
  • Warehouses
  • Airports
  • Railway Stations
  • Supermarkets
  • Offices,
  • Gymnasiums
  • Schools
  • Exhibition halls
  • Drying process such as food and painting.

Agricultural Heating Uses

  • Greenhouses
  • Poultry houses


  • Can disperse or direct heating.
  • Integrated design for easy installation.
  • Fully automatic operation, no need for personnel on duty.
  • Wide power range, from 100kW to 1400kW.
  • No need for complex water systems, low equipment failure rate.
  • Quickly addresses heating issues in large spaces, warehouses, etc.
  • Broad fuel adaptability, suitable for gas, oil, and other fuels.



A warm air generator is a stand-alone appliance serving to heat a given space and capable of operating on propane, natural gas or diesel.

Drum-type indirect-fired air heaters mainly consist of a combustion unit, a heat exchange unit, a fan unit, a filtration unit, and a control system. They can be installed indoors or outdoors (with the option to install a mixed adjustment device for fresh air and indoor return air). Equipped with a built-in centrifugal fan, the system delivers heated air to the desired area through the air supply system, achieving the purpose of heating.

                       Vertical Configuaration                                           Horizontal Configuration


  • Available in vertical or horizontal configurations, suitable for indoor or outdoor installation.
  • Combustion is proportionally controlled, with a thermal efficiency exceeding 90%, resulting in energy savings.
  • Multiple interlocking protection measures, including flameout protection, air pressure protection, overheat protection, and low gas pressure protection.
  • Large combustion chamber design, small combustion chamber volume, low NOx emissions.
  • Unique heat exchange tube design, increasing smoke disturbance, and achieving high heat exchange efficiency.

Here are the criteria to consider in selecting the units:

  • Vertical or horizontal units;
  • Indoor or outdoor applications
  • Fuel types, such as natural gas, propane, diesel and etc.
  • Max. static pressure of centrifugal blower(s)
  • Heating power
  • Air flow rate

To start with the installation, it’s best to begin with a pre-installation checklist (a list of items to check before installation). The following is a basic checklist, intended as an example:

  • Choose a suitable location for installing the heater.
  • Ensure that ventilation requirements can be met.
  • Examine any issues that may affect the installation of HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems.
  • Design and plan the correct fuel supply pipeline.
  • Design and plan the correct supply and return air ducts (if necessary).
  • Check the minimum distance from combustible materials in accordance with manufacturer recommendations and local regulations.
  • Ensure equipment is easily accessible for maintenance.
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