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Tubular heaters are used to heat smaller areas such as cupboards, loft green houses, garages and sheds. These heaters are small and different to all other heaters that we provide on the CNM Online website. The benefit of the tubular heater is that they can be interlinked while more heat is needed in surrounding areas. These heating systems can even be used in small animal enclosures where heat is required.
In the UK tube heaters have been used for many years as they can be installed virtually anywhere. The most popular locations to install the tube heaters is in greenhouses, garages, cloakrooms, offices, workshops, lofts, conservatories, spare rooms, sheds, toilets and animal enclosures. They are used within such a large array of items due to their versatility.
Benefits of Tubular Heaters
The versatile tubular heaters come fitted with brackets as they can be wall or floor mounted. These heaters are used to help reduce dampness and mold in small spaces and can supplement exiting domestic or commercial heating systems, offering an economical source of additional heat and frost protection for water pipes or as window de-misters to prevent condensation.
Tubular heaters are also waterproof, lightweight which allows them to be virtually installed anywhere in the home or in outside buildings.
Tubular heater applications
Tubular heaters have many uses and application but the main advantage of using a tubular heater is that they keep producing heat constantly and at a very stead controlled level, and in most cases this costs the same as the price of a light bulb would cost to run.
Tubular heaters have also been used within snooker tables slate to reduce the friction on the table which speeds the snooker balls up.