convection heating

convection heating

Heating which results from the movement of air (or any other gas or liquid), carrying heat from the hotter to the cooler spaces.
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The Blodgett SHO-E Convection Oven has been Energy Star[R] qualified to provide operators the highest levels of convection heating efficiency within their kitchens.
The system uses infra-red rays to heat objects in a room as opposed to standard convection heating which circulates warm air.
Contract notice: Resolution integral health consortium to bid for a framework agreement with one supplier per lot for the supply of thermal blankets with forced air convection heating units assignment center for integral health consortium.
Since infrared heat radiates directly from the heater's disc, the HDR 155 does not rely on warming the surrounding air like convection heating, so it produces quick, intense heat.
Because the insulating characteristics of the boundary film of air--which adheres to surfaces of products--gravity convection heating is extremely slow and inefficient for high-speed production.
Thermal curing relies on infrared ovens, convection ovens or hybrid ovens that combine infrared and convection heating.
Its patented convection heating dynamics reportedly transfer heat more effectively, and the fully enclosed and insulated blancher chamber with hydrostatic water seal eliminates evaporation -- the primary cause of lost efficiency in steam blanchers.
By contrast, in convection heating the air is warmed and tends to rise to the highest point in a building.
Its in-house design team has come up with a compact blower system for the driver cabs and a convection heating system for the carriage interiors.
Interestingly enough, the features mentioned least often by those prospective repurchasers are convection heating, combination toaster/oven-breadmaker and the ability to make jam or butter.