HEATING OF INDUSTRIAL PREMISES General
Industrial buildings can generally be divided into three classes with regard to their heating:
1. Buildings that are thermally insulated and airtight. These buildings can be heated with a heating system.
2. Buildings without thermal insulation and/or measures against wind flowing through the outer walls. It is too expensive to heat these buildings totally; local heating or radiant heating at the working places represents a possible solution. An example of buildings of this kind is a warehouse.
3. Buildings where the waste hear from processes is so high that no further heating is needed. This is the case for instance in foundries.
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