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Keep your commercial space comfortable and safe with a high-quality commercial heater. Create a more enjoyable workspace for employees and protect equipment and materials from damage due to extreme temperatures.

What is a Commercial Heater?

A commercial heater is a heating system designed for use in commercial or industrial settings. They can be used to heat up a room to make the room more comfortable or to maintain a specific temperature for specific processes or equipment. 

Commercial heating equipment is usually larger and more powerful than residential heaters and can be used for larger spaces and higher heating demands.


Types of Commercial Heaters

Choose from various types of commercial heating systems at Air Power Flow, such as:

Forced Air Heaters

Using a fan, forced air heaters distribute warm air throughout a space. They can be powered by electricity, natural gas, propane, or diesel fuel.

Radiant Heaters

These heaters emit infrared radiation to heat objects and surfaces directly, rather than heating the air. They’re often used in warehouses, garages, and outdoor spaces.

Unit Heaters

These self-contained heating units are usually mounted on walls or ceilings. They’re often used in commercial and industrial buildings, such as warehouses, workshops, and factories.


Boilers are used to heat water or produce steam that’s circulated through a building via pipes to provide heating.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps transfer hot or cool air from one place to another. They’re often used in commercial buildings for their energy efficiency.

Infrared Tube Heaters

These heaters use infrared radiation to heat objects and surfaces directly. They’re often used in large open spaces such as warehouses, hangars, and manufacturing facilities.

Find a Suitable Commercial Heater

Are you looking to install a commercial heater or have maintenance or repairs done on existing equipment? Choose from a variety of sizes, capacities, and fuel types to suit your specific application and requirements at Air Power Flow. Our HVAC-trained team can provide expert advice and maintenance should you need it.

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