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Warehouse Heater Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial warehouse heater manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source warehouse heater manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These warehouse heater companies can design, engineer and manufacture warehouse heaters to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these warehouse heater manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of warehouse gas heaters, industrial infrared heaters, gas unit heaters.

  • Leavenworth, KS 913-651-4420

    Heatron is a global designer and manufacturer of custom heating element components for OEM applications such as medical devices, lab equipment, semiconductor processing, thermal management, and LED lighting design and assembly. Products include flexible heating elements, thick film heating elements on ceramic or metal, cartridge heating elements, LED modules and specialty and custom heater and LED module designs.

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  • St. Louis, MO 800-394-6589

    Heatrex specializes in the manufacture of electric heat products including infrared heaters, electric infrared heaters, portable heaters, cluster, immersion and circulation heaters, switchgear space heaters as well as flexible bolt heaters.

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  • Wood Dale, IL 888-268-6396

    TEMPCO Electric Heater Corporation provides leading energy efficient infrared heating solutions. TEMPCO offers a complete range of gas fired low and high intensity infrared heaters for industrial, commercial, sports facilities, hospitality, agricultural and residential applications throughout Canada, the USA and beyond. For more information, call us today or visit our website!

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  • Flushing, MI 810-686-7221

    Do you need to cure paint, paper, plastics, textiles, tubing, wire, cable, etc.? Our Heat Division can design the medium-wavelength infrared heaters, rapid-heat medium-wavelength quartz infrared heaters, or robust long-wavelength ceramic infrared heaters and systems specific to your needs. Our heat consultants have been helping our customers put the pieces together for over 45 years. Contact us today and tell us what we can do for you!

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  • Salem, MA 800-808-4328

    For 49 years, we have custom designed, engineered and manufactured etched-foil-element infrared heaters and other products. Our infrared heaters are for processing applications—textile, semiconductor, scientific, plastics, printing, medical, graphics, food equipment and appliance industries.

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Warehouse Heaters

Warehouse heaters are heavy-duty infrared or electric infrared heaters used to provide heat for large open spaces such as warehouses in order to maintain a comfortable working environment, or a suitable storage temperature. In large buildings where complete insulation is impractical and convectional or forced air heating methods are inefficient, infrared heating is an energy saving and cost-effective solution.

Due to the high energy efficiency of infrared heating, warehouse infrared heaters can be considered an environmentally sustainable method of heating. Infrared heat is a result of long electromagnetic waves located near the visible section of the electromagnetic spectrum which radiate energy. An electric infrared heater consists of an element or filament – composed out of a material such as tungsten – that gives off heat. A radiant gas heater uses the heat from a flame produced by propane or a natural gas to create infrared energy. The radiant heat waves produced from the element or gas-flame are then reflected off a polished surface in the direction in which heat is desired. Infrared energy is absorbed by objects, surfaces and people as heat, and does not require air molecules for the transportation of heat energy. Minimal energy is lost due to convection or conduction because it is not a required part of infrared wave movement. Radiant waves are able to penetrate materials more quickly and more effectively than convection heat methods or UV lamps, making infrared heating a far more efficient process for large areas such as warehouses, garages and sheds.


Warehouses are often used for manufacturing processes and industrial purposes, as well as storage of goods, and agriculturally for livestock and greenhouse activities. In locations where the climate changes dramatically during the winter months, or for temperature-sensitive processes, drastic changes in temperature could cause costly damages and result in malfunctions of equipment.  Achieving and maintaining a suitable interior temperature could prevent some of this damage and save costly repairs and replacements. If a warehouse is used for factory and industrial purposes, it is essential to keep the interior temperature comfortable for the people working inside the warehouse. Warehouses are typically large areas and therefore the process of heating the space may require more than one heater to be effective. Heaters are generally ceiling or wall mounted as to the desired output and location of heat. In less common cases, warehouse heaters can be portable, usually on a wheel system, allowing for ease of movement along the warehouse floor. Typical safety features includes thermostat control and a switch-off capability at high temperatures.

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