The easy installation of the FOXIS heating rods (or FOXIS “E” – electric version) provides heating of the space under the pew. The purpose of this heating is to quickly transfer heat to people so that the temperature in the upper space of the church and the monuments are not affected. The heater does not radiate heat onto the floor – as competitive systems – from which the air is heated first, but they heat directly the air.
All is made to measure for church pews. The most common is the electric version, when an electric switched socket is installed in the pew and the electric heater is plugged straight into it. The practice shows a suitable electric power input of approx. 360-400 W per running metre of pew. The system was developed in collaboration with the University of Technology. The technical report and the church temperature measurement result are in the manuals at this website.