- Pew heaters provide the most economic means of heating in a church
- Pew heaters heat people directly rather than heating the surrounding air
- Pew heaters are silent and draught-free with virtually no warm up period required
- The under-pew location and dark brown finish makes pew heaters visually unobtrusive
- All-steel construction ensures many years of trouble free service
- External guards not required
Range & Prices
The prices shown are list prices and perfectly safe to use for budget purposes. Contact your electrical wholesaler for final prices.
|Model||KW||Width (mm)||List Price|
Pew heaters are the most unobtrusive means of heating a church
Optional Mounting Brackets
|PHF||Floor Bracket (pair)||£32.00|
|PHB||Suspension Bracket (pair)||£38.00|
PHF optional floor brackets
PHB optional suspension brackets
|Electrical Connction:||20mm cable entry knockouts at either end
Terminal block on left hand side
|Heating Element:||Stainless steel tubular heating element with aluminium fins
Element mounted on nylon bushings eliminating expansion noises
|Installation:||Mounted onto back board of pew (under seat)
Two rows of mounting holes 25mm apart
Or floor mounted using PHF floor-mounting brackets
Or suspended from the underside of the seat using PHB suspension brackets
Switching each pew individually keeps running costs to an absolute minimum. Only occupied pews are heated
Pew heaters have a robust steel casing meaning they can withstand accidentally knocks
Weights and Dimensions
|Model||Width (mm)||Depth (mm)||Height (mm)||Weight (kg)|
|PHF (pair)||Floor brackets – assembled height: 204mm||0.5|
|PHB (pair)||Suspension brackets – assembled height: 290mm||0.8|
BN Thermic engineers can assist you selecting the right pew heaters for your church
Pew heaters are designed to provide direct heating to pew occupants. The greater the percentage of the pew length that is heated, the more effective the system will be.
Pew heaters are generally mounted to the pew’s back board immediately below the seat. Where a backboard is not available, the heaters can be floor mounted using PHF floor brackets or fixed to the underside of the pew seat using PHB suspension brackets.
Use the following table to select the best combination of PH pew heaters for a pew. This will ensure maximum coverage of the space between seat supports. Or click here for our quick 3 step guide to measuring pews.
|Model||Space between Seat Supports|
|PH30||600mm to 750mm|
|PH45||751mm to 1000mm|
|PH65||1000mm to 1500mm|
Where the space between seat supports exceeds 1500mm, a multiple of heaters should be used.