Fan heaters

Fan heaters use wire or ceramic heating elements to generate heat which is then distributed by means of an integrated fan. They can heat a chosen area or larger space, depending on the fan heater in each case. Stadler Form’s fan heaters have tilt and overheat protection for improved safety. Enjoy the warm air on cold days without having to worry, thanks to a fan heater from Stadler Form.

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The Problem

Cold feet

Our hands and feet are often the first parts of our body to feel the cold. Especially in the transitional period but also in rooms with little or no heating such as offices, attics, storerooms or hobby rooms, it often gets cold, making it impossible to focus on the job at hand or even ending up with us catching a cold.

The Cause

Rooms with little heating

During the cold months of the year, offices are often found to be cold. The same goes for basements, hobby rooms or rooms that are not used very often. That’s because they are not usually heated all year round and have little heating as they are rarely permanently in use.

Transitional period

In the transitional period (autumn/spring), it’s often not time to put the central heating on yet or it’s already been switched off – but we’re freezing. Those are the times when we have to make our homes cosy and warm ourselves – and the best way to do that is with a fan heater from Stadler Form.etails on availability, style, or even provide a review.

The Solution

Mobile heating

If the central heating isn’t enough, a fan heater can produce the boost of heat that you need. For instance, an employee who is freezing in an open-plan office can use this separate source of heat to keep his feet warm without disturbing his colleagues. Or it can provide a bit of extra warmth at the changing table so that your baby doesn’t get cold during changing.

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Tips for purchasing a fan heater

There is a fan heater to suit every need. To make sure that you choose the right one for you, it’s a good idea to work out exactly what you need before you start. Our most important tip: always pay attention to safety and only buy devices with overheat and tilt protection.