Cooler manufactures ceramic tile heater, but says it’s not for heating, it’s for drying article Coolers for drying have been on the market for decades, but a recent spate of tests suggests ceramic tile tiles could have some of the benefits of conventional tiles but at a much lower price.
The heaters are now being tested by Cooler’s Australian unit, but Cooler was also testing its ceramic tile tile heat units in New Zealand.
The thermal properties of the ceramic tiles are “really quite good,” Cooler CEO Rob Hill said, but there’s “a bit of a learning curve”.
“So the more you test them the more comfortable you are to the idea that you can do it and the less likely you are you’re going to do something completely wrong,” he said.
“It’s very much like a trial run.
We’ve just got to get some really good samples.”
Cooler’s ceramic tile heating technology is based on an internal combustion engine, which produces heat through the exhaust.
The company tested its ceramic tiles in New South Wales and Queensland and found the heaters worked well.
“We think the heat generation is the same,” Hill said.
The Australian company also tested its thermal tiles in Queensland.
The testing revealed that the heat in the thermal tiles was “very consistent” with the heat produced by an electric car.
“When you get a bit more heat out of the thermal tile, it does go a bit higher,” Hill told the ABC.
Coolers’ ceramic tile thermal heating units are being tested in New England, Washington, Maryland and New Mexico.”
But you’re not using much heat and the thermal effect is really good.”
Coolers’ ceramic tile thermal heating units are being tested in New England, Washington, Maryland and New Mexico.
A Cooler spokeswoman said its testing in Australia was “well under way” and that the ceramic tile units are currently “not on sale”.
“We’ve had some really positive results, with some very positive reviews,” she said.
Cooler will begin testing the ceramic heaters in New New England in late November.