- CH ceramic heaters provide virtually instant comfort heat to people without the need to heat the surrounding air
- Common applications include community halls, workshops, zoos and kennels
- Ceramic heaters can be used as a total heating solution or as a means of spot heating a specific target area
Range & Prices
The prices shown are list prices and perfectly safe to use for budget purposes. Contact your electrical wholesaler for final prices.
CH-1500 ceramic heater 1.5kW
CH-3000 ceramic heater 3kW
A 3kW ceramic heater provides localised heating for visitors to a London craft centre
|Finish:||Ivory epoxy polyester powder coating|
|Heat Emitter:||Ceramic Plaque|
Electro anodised aluminium press-formed parabolic reflector
Plated steel safety guard
|Mounting:||Steel wall bracket providing ‘up and down’ adjustment with extension piece providing ‘side to side’ adjustment|
|Electrical connections:||1m long high temperature cable fitted to all heaters|
Spot the Iguana!
CH-1500 ceramic heater providing warmth in a fisherman’s cafe
Selecting CH ceramic heaters
CH ceramic heaters provide virtually instant direct heat to a target area. The target area can be an entire building or a smaller area within an otherwise unheated building.
We do not recommend using ceramic heaters as a total heating solution where the ceiling height exceeds 4m
As a guide to selection please follow the following example:
Use ceramic heaters to heat a well- insulated community hall
10m long by 5m wide x 3.5m high.
Step One: Determine the total kW required
This is achieved by multiplying the square meters of floor area by the relevant Watts per square meter figure (see table one)
Floor area = 10m x 5m = 50 square meters
Select a figure of 200W per square meter from table 1 and multiply by the floor area
50 square meters x 200W per square meters = 10,000W (10kW) minimum kW output required
Ceramic heater keeping a flower seller warm at a London station
Step Two: Select heater outputs and mounting heights
Where possible use a smaller number of 3kW heaters rather than a greater number of 1.5kW heaters. In this example the ceiling height is 3.5m allowing us to select 3kW heaters mounted at the recommended height of 3m whilst observing the required clearance above the heater. The minimum number of heaters required is 4 (4 x 3kW = 12kW).
We would therefore select 4 x CH-3000 3kW ceramic heaters which should be wall mounted at 3m above floor level and evenly distributed.
|Model||kW||Wall Mounting Height (m)||Minimum clearances (m)|
|Minimum||Recommended||Maximum||Above Heater||In Front of Heater|
Instructions and specification sheets are available for BN Thermic’s entire range of products, including BLC Pew Heaters.