Ceramic fan heater TDS 10 M
Quick, effective and draught-free warmth without burning dust
The small ceramic fan heater is not only the ideal heating solution for allergy-sufferers to be used in living and work spaces. For, generally speaking, electric heaters are excellently suited for use in closed interior spaces, as they neither consume oxygen nor produce any combustion gases. The ceramic fan heater TDS 10 M still outweighs this commonly known advantage of electric heaters, for it is equipped with a PTC ceramic heating element instead of heating wires.
Advantages of PTC as compared to heating wires: longer lifetime, less sensitive technology, shorter heat-up times, process-related overheating protection – and no burning of dust during heating, which additionally makes this ceramic heater suitable for allergy sufferers.
Thanks to the smoothly running fan and the large heater battery surface, you can benefit from a pleasantly homogeneous, draught-free hot air current – which is, moreover, usually produced in a more silent way. As an additional plus in safety, the integrated ceramic heating element also increases the fan heater’s stability.
With its two heating levels that can be set separately, the TDS 10 M can be variably switched to 1 kW or 2 kW heating operation and, in combination with its powerful axial fan, provides pleasant warmth in cold rooms.
Faster air heating – more uniform room temperature
Trotec’s fan heaters with PTC ceramic heating elements (A) not only differ from conventional heating coil technology (B) in terms of their shorter heat-up times. There are also process-related differences in the response behaviour of the heating elements.
Although both devices maintain the preselected target temperature (orange) by means of thermostat control using a two-position controller, the respective temperature adaptation takes place significantly more slowly and with greater deviations from the desired target temperature in case of devices with heating coils. The reason for this is the different conductivity behaviour of the heating elements:
if current flows through the heating coils, the coils will always have the same temperature once they have heated up. For controlling the desired room temperature, the power supply is first interrupted, making the coil cool down, and then re-activated by the thermostat so that the coil heats up again completely before it is switched off again when the set target temperature is reached.
This “on/off process” causes significantly greater temperature fluctuations than with ceramic heating elements, for the material of the latter provides an integrated temperature self-regulation. The hotter PTCs get, the higher is their electrical resistivity, resulting in less current flowing through the heating element and in a reduced heating capacity, and thus in significantly lower temperature fluctuations and less switch-on and switch-off processes in thermostat-controlled operation.
For this reason, ceramic fan heaters are able to create more even room temperatures for temperature-sensitive manufacturing processes as well as a pleasant working climate.
All Trotec ceramic fan heaters of the TDS-M series by direct comparison:
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A few practical benefits:
- Ceramic PTC heater battery instead of conventional filaments
- Multi-stage temperature control with two heating levels
- Overheating protection
- Fan motor with thermal protection
- Non-condensing warmth without oxygen consumption – ideal for heating interior spaces
- Stable, robust and silent
- Easy transport and operation
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Heat requirement calculation
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|Level 1 [kW]||1|
|Level 2 [kW]||2|
|Level 3 [kW]|
|Level 4 [kW]|
|Level Max. [kcal]||1,720|
|Air flow rate|
|Level Max. [m³/h]||100|
|Min. temperature [°C]||-15|
|Max. temperature [°C]||30|
|Number of fan stages||1|
|Mains connection||220 - 240 V, 50 Hz|
|Nominal current consumption [A]||8.69|
|Recommended fusing [A]||10|
|Power input [kW]||2|
|Connection plug||CEE 7/7|
|Provided by the customer|
|Cable length [m]||1.35|
|Functions and features|
|Auto restart function|
|Distance 1 m [dB(A)]||52|
|Overheating protection [°C]||121|
|Length (packaging excluded) [mm]||130|
|Width (packaging excluded) [mm]||165|
|Height (packaging excluded) [mm]||225|
|(packaging excluded) [kg]||1.54|
|Equipment, features and functions|