Over door heatersHSDonline offer only the best brands of air curtains with thousands of customers satisfied each winter. Whether for commercial heating needs in door entrances such as in libraries or offices, or where your looking for a space saving heater, this select range are affordable to run, simple to install and can provide you with a comforting heat for years to come.
Air Curtain Heaters Over door heaters or Air Curtains are often seen in the entrances of commercial premises to provide heat as you enter the room as well as heating the room in general. They also minimise the amount of cool air leaving the room and therefore cutting energy costs down. Air curtains vary in power with larger units able to cover a larger space and are ideal for larger entrance areas. They are often supplied with a remote control as due to the high installation (above doors etc), a remote control provides a easy way to switch between settings. The vertical or Horizontal Over door heater have a motion sensor, making the product ideal for areas of low traffic as it will only switch on when activity is nearby (such as a door opening) Mylek Air Curtain: The Mylek Air Curtain offers the user multiple heat settings and a fan only setting – ensuring it can still be used during the summer to provide a cooling effect. Provided with a remote control, our most popular overdoor heater with the flexibility and price to suit both domestic and commercial needs. The unit is also fitted with a timer. Dimplex Air Curtains: One of the most popular brands of heating products, the Dimplex range of Air Curtains provide a wide ranging selection with different heat outputs, all that can be controlled by one remote for ease of use across large premises. As they are more expensive than the Mylek and Levante Air Curtains, the Dimplex range generally come with larger warranty periods and some units have a thermostat control to ensure heat omitted is kept at a minimum. Recessed Air Curtains: These units are designed for where a heater can be fitted into a void as a space saving measure or where aesthetics of a room are pivotal, such as front of house in a restaurant.