Convector heating systems used in indoor places provide maximum energy saving by providing balanced heat distribution in the environment.
Generally, heaters that meet the need for warming in closed spaces are devices that heat the ambient air with the principle of convection. The cold air in the channels at the bottom of the throttle rises through the air vents on the front lid through the heated wings of the resistor in the device, and the hot air emerges. In this way, the air makes natural heat circulation so that the environment is heated quickly. These devices, which produce a safe heat in this way, heat the place safely without overheating or releasing harmful heat.
As a working principle, convectors do not need any additional material to spread hot air. Although these mechanisms allow for rapid heating of the room, it also causes the flow of natural air, which limits the dust from the environment, to be ineffective. The cold resistance in the device also prevents the powder from burning, while the natural air flow causes the dust to flow in the area. Except for fan models, convectors work quietly.