Energy-saving hall heaters for every requirement

From the smallest projects to highly complex plant sites – every plant concept begins with questions. Specifically about previous consumption data and far beyond the actual heating process. Our analyses give you maximum transparency and provide the basis on which we implement exactly the heating solution that best meets your requirements.

Heat must pay off for you

KÜBLER’s infrared heaters work quickly and efficiently. So that your processes run reliably and without interruption – and you can guarantee your employees a pleasant and productive working atmosphere.

Because ultimately, it’s not how much you heat that counts – it’s the amount of energy that actually reaches the area of use. Put an end to waste. Targeted heating with our modern infrared systems will save you up to 70 % of your energy costs!

Today, with over 30 years of experience, we can supply hall heating systems that consume up to 70 % less energy than conventional heating systems. For you and your employees, this means a well-tempered working environment without dust turbulence and without drafts – environmentally friendly and at significantly lower costs.

Economical, digital, green - we are working on the future of heating technology for you

There are hall heaters and there are KÜBLER hall heaters. What makes them different? Perhaps this: Our unbroken pursuit of ever new ways to save energy for over 30 years. It is reflected in outstanding innovations. Most clearly, however, in our heating systems. Networking different efficiency technologies maximizes your savings while providing flexibility in how you use your buildings. That’s what makes our solutions so special.

Heat is quickly where it is needed: with the people

In hall buildings with their typically high ceilings, precious energy is often literally burned up. This is because it often does not reach the place where it is needed.

With our gas-powered infrared heaters, the familiar challenges of heating halls are a thing of the past – because infrared works in a similar way to the sun. Their rays do not heat the air, but people, machines, room frames – in short: directly the areas where the heat is really needed. There are no drafts, no dust swirls, and no energy losses due to rising hot air. So with infrared, heating is not general, but targeted. And this almost as if at the push of a button. Individually suitable for every heating zone, for every temperature requirement and at any time.

Climate-friendly energy sourcewith a future - gas

Is gas still up to date as an energy source? The topics of the environment and sustainability are increasingly coming into focus – which is why it seems to make sense at first glance to also rely on alternative energy sources for heating halls. But this needs to be carefully considered. After all, what is considered good and right in multi-story buildings is often significantly less efficient, not functional enough and simply too expensive in hall buildings.

For a hall heating system that needs to work quickly and flexibly, gas will remain the golden standard in the long term. Especially since this environmentally friendly fossil fuel, which already has the lowest carbon emissions, is becoming increasingly green thanks to a steady rise in renewable energy sources (such as hydrogen). On the road to climate neutrality in 2050 in the heating sector, gas is therefore seen as the technology of the future.

You determine consumption with your driving style

Today, an intelligent control cockpit prevents energy waste. The keyword is “thermal management”. Digital intelligence regulates each individual heating zone according to current demand, ensures the shortest switch-on time depending on the outside temperature, and makes it possible to respond quickly and flexibly to changing requirements.

Modern control technology makes your plant operation transparent in real-time monitoring and permanently analyzes consumption. And it provides you with important documentation – for your controlling or for your audits, e.g. in accordance with DIN EN ISO 50001. Other smart tools can, for example, detect wide-open hall doors or shading by a hall crane and react automatically to save valuable energy. After all, it’s like driving a car: the way you drive determines how much energy you consume. Various modules are available for this purpose, with which you can expand your control system. Again, entirely according to your needs. You decide which ones you want to use.

Efficiency networked - the digital hall heating system

How do you meet the challenges of the future in industrial and commercial halls? One of the most economical and pragmatic answers to this question comes from our R&D department: digital hall heating. This name stands for our holistic view of heat supply in hall buildings. A concept that creates networks and digitalizes heating processes. Digital hall heating can link heating systems with your manufacturing processes, interlink energy flows in halls and office spaces, integrate intelligent services and thus harness entirely new synergy effects and savings potential. Economical, affordable and available.

Using residual heat - getting even more out

Waste heat contains valuable energy. The smart thing to do is to use it wisely. With our hybrid system, the residual energy contained in the exhaust air of hall heaters, as well as that of compressors and other production machines, can be easily recovered and used to process hot water or hot air. The bottom line is up to 15% extra energy – at virtually no additional cost. The hot water can be used to heat adjacent office rooms, or it can be used in sanitary facilities or as service water. By the way: Our residual heat utilization module can also be easily integrated into existing infrared heating systems.