The easy installation of FOXIS heating rods (or FOXIS “E” – electric version) provides heating of the space under the pew. The purpose of this heating is to transfer the heat quickly to people so that the temperature in the upper space of the church didn’t affect the monuments. The heater does not emit the heat onto the floor (as happens in competitive systems), but it heats directly the air.
All is made to measure according to particular church pews. The most common is the electric version, when there is an electric switched socket installed in the pew and the electric heater is plugged straight into it. Based on previous experience, a suitable electric power input is approx. 360-400 W. The system was developed in collaboration with the University of Technology. The technical report and temperature measurement results are included in the manuals at this website.