With the developing technology, many businesses today prefer different heating systems. Each enterprise or industrial facility has its own heating needs and the supply of heating systems suitable for these needs is provided. Industrial enterprises come in many different types. Sometimes these businesses, which are fairgrounds with acres of indoor space, can sometimes be the small warehouse of a cafe. There are many factors such as the width and height of the area to be heated, whether it is full of goods and many other factors in the selection of industrial heating systems. For this reason, many different industrial heating systems can be preferred. These heating systems are used not only in industrial enterprises but also in many other places with the same heating needs. Examples include fairs, mosques, factories, sports complexes, cafes, cinemas, theaters and lecture halls. In all these areas, according to the characteristics of the area, industrial heating systems will be applied according to the architecture of the facility, insulation status, production made in the facility, etc. should be selected and designed by taking into account such factors.

What are Industrial Heating Systems?
Industrial heating is the name given to all products used for heating areas such as factories where industrial production is carried out. Industrial heating systems consist of products that will operate with low energy at high efficiency for optimum performance. Industrial heating consists of many different types of products to provide solutions for different industrial areas.
Factory Heating Systems
Factory heating systems consist of heating devices used in production areas in factories. Factory heating systems are used for permanent and efficient solutions in large and difficult to heat production areas. Since factories have high ceilings and large areas, industrial heating systems are the only solution. With different types of factory heaters it is possible to heat even the most difficult to heat areas.

Underfloor Heating Systems
Underfloor heating systems are heating systems that provide heating in the environment by passing electric or water lines under the floor slab. Underfloor heating systems are generally district heating systems and can be integrated with other heating systems. Thanks to this feature, many industrial enterprises use underfloor heating systems to heat areas that are difficult to heat with other heating systems. Underfloor heating systems come in two basic types: cable and water. Cable underfloor heating systems are heating systems laid on the concrete surface on the floor. In this system, the floor is heated by using the heat of the electrically heated cables and this heat is spread from the surface to the entire area. Water underfloor heating systems are another underfloor heating system and in this system, installation pipes of various types and qualities are laid on the floor. The water, which is circulated in the laid pipes at a temperature of about 40-50 degrees, heats the entire floor and thus the area. It should be noted that, compared to many types of industrial heating, underfloor heating systems are the most cost-efficient system both in terms of installation and operating costs. In these systems, since the heat energy is constantly circulating in the area, heat loss is at a minimum level, which means maximum energy savings. Underfloor heating systems are used for heating small and narrow spaces, especially in environments where radiant heating systems are used. In addition, underfloor heating systems are also used in places where hot air generators are used but in some cases outside the area.

Open Flame Radiant Heater Systems
Radiant heaters are heating systems that have exactly the same operating principle as the sun. Radiant heating is the name given to the heating that takes place by reflecting the rays emitted from high-temperature surfaces onto another surface and absorbed by that surface. Radiant heating is a heating system that does not heat the air but the object to which it is directed. Radiant heating is a highly effective heating system, especially in large and difficult to heat areas. Because heating large areas is both a long and costly process. However, since radiant heating is a system that directly heats the objects in the environment without trying to heat the ambient air, it is a very effective method of heating people in areas such as large factories or fairs. There are many types of radiant heaters and although their contents and mechanisms are different, their working principles are the same. The first type, open flame radiant heating systems, are usually used in large exhibition spaces, factories, fairgrounds and lecture halls. These systems are usually used as ceramic coated radiant heaters. Ceramic coated radiant heaters are the most preferred radiant heaters due to their efficiency and stylish appearance. In these heaters, the gas at the back of the device is burned in front of the ceramic surface and the heat generated is directed to the environment thanks to the reflectors located there. In other words, heat energy is obtained by controlled open flame combustion and this heat energy is directed to the objects in the environment.
Maintenance and operating costs of ceramic coated radiant heaters are very low. Electricity consumption is at minimum level and efficiency is at maximum level in these heaters. Ceramic-coated radiant heaters, which have a caved appearance, do not contain any installation equipment. For this reason, ceramic-coated radiant heaters are highly portable, silent heating systems that can be produced in any size. Ceramic coated radiant heaters are the preferred heating systems especially in cafes and restaurants. Because it has a very elegant appearance compared to all other types of heaters. For this reason, it can adapt to the environment even in the most luxurious and quality venues and complement the elegance of the environment. In addition, in terms of energy efficiency in cafes and restaurants, ceramic or radiant heaters in general are quite prominent and preferred. However, sometimes, depending on the conditions of the café or restaurant, hot air generators or underfloor heating systems can also be advantageous choices.

Tubular Radiant Heater Systems
As we explained above, radiant heaters are highly efficient heating systems that come in many different types. Tubular radiant heaters, another type of radiant heaters, are divided into two types: L-type tubular radiant heaters and U-type tubular radiant heaters. Tubular radiant heaters consist of four main elements: burner, radiant pipe, reflector and vacuum fan. In tubular heaters, the gas burned by the burner at the head is sucked by the vacuum fan at the end of the radiant heater. In the meantime, the burned hot gas is moved through the pipe and transfers its heat to the pipe. In these heating systems, the external surface temperature of the radiant pipe can reach 300 °C. The radiation emitted from the radiant tube is directed to the environment through reflectors located on the tube. In this way, heating is provided by radiation and high efficiency can be achieved with low energy levels. Tubular radiant heaters are often used in tennis courts, animal farms, factories, hangars, greenhouses, workshops, cafes and restaurants, fairs, showrooms, gyms, warehouses and service stations.

Gas Fired Hot Air Generators Systems
Hot air generators are gas-fired heating systems powered by natural gas or LPG. These systems can consist of stand-alone devices or multiple devices connected to a common channel. Hot air generators are generally used as heating systems in factories, gymnasiums, mosques, hangars, warehouses, workshops and workshops. In hot air generators, devices called atmospheric burners are placed in the combustion chamber made of stainless steel. These burners are where natural gas and LPG are burned. The combusted gases are passed through aluminum heat exchangers, thus heating the heat exchangers. The air in the environment is taken into the device by means of the fan located behind the heated heat exchangers and is returned to the environment as heated. In this way, the hot air generator can be operated until the ambient temperature reaches the desired level and optimum temperature values can be achieved.

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