There are some cases where having a powerful heat source is a good things. For example, if you want to heat up the inside of your home then having a gas heater, a fire place or an incinerator is great idea since these heaters produce a lot of heat and can keep a place tasty for a long amount of time. However, these heaters can be dangerously hot up close and touching them may even result in a burn.

In some cases you need a steady heat source that’s not too damaging at close proximity and can provide a controlled amount of heat, which is often accompanied by light as well. One case where tube heaters are the better source of heating is when it comes to rearing baby animals. Baby animals and baby birds in particular require a cosy temperature to stay healthy and the best way to provide them the gentle warmth they require is by putting them under a tube heater set at the right temperature. Many hatcheries and nurseries have these heaters installed for this reason.

Another application for tube heaters is in indoor plant rearing facilities. Certain plants require more artificial light and heat energy when they’re being grown in a place where the natural climate doesn’t suit them. The use of tube heaters in these places is almost a given for these plants to get the optimal heat they need.

Tube heaters aren’t just used in nurturing life, as is the case in the above examples, they’re also the best heat source for things that need to be dried out. Wet car paint is dried using tube heaters, for instance. Anywhere you need controlled heating, tube heating is the way to go.