Equipment and products used for HVAC heating systems.
HVAC - Heating Categories

Air Heaters (378 suppliers)

Air heaters are devices used to heat air.  They include forced air products as well as all types of radiant and space heaters.

Boilers (industrial) (594 suppliers)

Industrial boilers are closed vessels that use a fuel source or electricity to heat water or generate steam for industrial heating and humidification applications.

Burners (271 suppliers)

Burners are heating devices that use air supplied specifically for the combustion of a fuel gas.

Central Heating Systems (139 suppliers)

Central heating systems provide heat from a single point to multiple rooms, typically with a furnace or boiler and vents, pipes, or radiators.

Duct Heaters (98 suppliers)

Duct heaters are used to heat moving gas streams.

Fireplaces (128 suppliers)

Fireplaces and stoves are architectural elements or functional structures that are designed to contain a fire for heating or decorative purposes. They use wood, gas, electricity or oil as the fuel source.

Flue and Chimney Systems (82 suppliers)

Flue systems and chimney systems are designed to evacuate combustion exhaust from furnaces, boilers, and other fuel-burning devices.

Furnaces (industrial) (447 suppliers)

Industrial furnaces are built of several kinds of high temperature (refractory) materials to hold the process material and hold in the heat without breaking down during the several months that they usually run. 

Heat Exchangers (1,395 suppliers)

Heat exchangers are commonly used in a wide variety of industrial, chemical, and electronics processes to transfer energy and provide required heating or cooling.

Heat Pipes (58 suppliers)

Heat pipes are self-contained heat pumps that can transport heat at high rates over fairly substantial distances with no external pumping power.

Heat Pumps (287 suppliers)

Heat pumps are reverse cycle air conditioners. They use a compression cycle system to supply heat or remove heat from a temperature-controlled space.

Heating Furnaces (210 suppliers)

Heating furnaces convert gas, oil, electricity or other fuels into heat for distribution within a structure. They are the central heating devices within HVAC systems.

Humidifiers (industrial) (171 suppliers)

Industrial humidifiers add moisture to warm, circulated air in order to protect furnishings and reduce static electricity.

Hydronic Radiators (33 suppliers)

Hydronic radiators are heating devices which transfer heat from the media within to surrounding room air via convection. Hot water and steam are the most common radiator media types. Radiators typically consist of a sealed hollow metal container.

Induction Heaters (106 suppliers)

Induction heaters use an electrical source to drive alternating current (AC) through a coil to heat metal objects.

Radiant Heater Elements (112 suppliers)

Radiant heater elements are used with radiant flat panel and radiant reflective heaters.

Radiant Heaters (239 suppliers)

Radiant heaters use a reflective shield to direct radiant heat onto a heated surface.

Refrigerant Recovery Machines (23 suppliers)

Refrigerant recovery machines are used to remove refrigerants from cooling equipment according to EPA standards. Technicians use these devices before maintaining or repairing air conditioners, freezers or refrigerators. The refrigerant is recovered into a tank for subsequent recycling or reuse.

Solar Water Heaters (194 suppliers)

Solar water heaters concentrate the sun’s thermal energy to heat water for industrial, commercial, and residential use. There are two main types of products: active and passive.

Water Heaters (407 suppliers)

Water heaters are gas, oil or electric-fired devices used to heat water for residential and commercial use.
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