Heating the working place in workshop

Often, in order to save, people choose working areas in the workshop, where it is necessary to make the operating air temperature. For such tasks we developed infrared heaters “Y” series.


It is not reasonable to warm up the whole space, but it’s impossible to work without heating in winter. Heat guns are not effective because:

  • dust rises;
  • warm air disperses throughout the room, as a result the temperature rises a couple of degrees and the fuel consumption is high.


Only infrared radiant heaters can provide the directional heat, which will be focused in a specific area. Time of warming up the area is also important. After turning on, the work zone should warm up from 15 to 30 minutes. In the BILUX model range, we have developed special heaters of the “Y” series, which can solve the problems posed.


To solve the project, we used BILUX Y6000 heaters. They allow raising the temperature on the floor from +5°C to +17°C in 15 minutes. In the zone, which is located far from the heater, the temperature rises by only 2 degrees. Tasks solved completely.

We recommend ordering the implementation of Bilux from our specialists

We have been implementing Bilux for 12 years, we have made a lot of mistakes and know what to do in difficult cases. If an inexperienced installer is involved in the installation, we cannot guarantee that the heater will operate at maximum efficiency.
During installation, the installers take into account the height of the ceilings, wall thickness and location of the windows, and ensure fire and electrical safety.

Do not install heaters yourself

Example. The workshop employees bought three of the most powerful ceiling heaters and installed them themselves at a height of 3 meters at the edges and in the middle of the room. It was still cold in the workshop.
When a specialist is involved in the implementation, he makes a heat calculation and selects the power and number of heaters, chooses the right places for installation.
In the workshop, it was necessary to hang five low-power heaters around the perimeter.
The specialist checks the heat losses and, if necessary, advises thermal insulation. In the workshop, it was necessary to insulate the floor.
The specialist takes into account the height of the ceilings and the proportions of the room. In the workshop, it was necessary to hang the heaters half a meter lower.