Bonaire Ducted Heaters

If you are looking for ducted gas heating in your home, then you can’t go past Bonaire.

The range of Bonaire heaters is quite comprehensive and was developed to so there are models to accommodate most applications.

If you want the details of all our ducted heaters you could download the current brochure.

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How Does Ducted Gas Heating Work? 

Ducted gas heating is a whole of home solution that allows you to heat the whole house using just one system. The heating unit is usually installed in the roof space or outside the home.

The heating unit is connected to a network of ducts and outlets. The outlets are placed in your home in either the ceiling or the floor. The air from the outlets circulates throughout your home then passes through a return air grille and back through the heater to be warmed again. Your controller lets you set both the temperature and the rooms that you want to heat if you have zone motors connected.


Which Star Rating Should I Choose?

All ducted gas heaters are supplied with an Energy Star rating label. These labels provide details of the amount of gas each unit will consume over a normal winter. It’s an indicative guide that outlines the running cost of the heater in terms of annual energy usage. The more efficient the heater the higher the star rating. The higher the star rating the more money you can potentially save on running costs. On average an increase of one star means energy savings of approximately 10 percent.

*The running cost data used to determine these results is based on Australian Standard AS4556-2011. This standard determines a house heat load of 0.2 Mega joules per hour per cubic meter of living area heated over 600 hours of operation. Savings are specifically based as a comparison with a three star ducted gas heater. Calculations for gas usage are based on the Average House Floor Area (with 2400mm ceiling) for new homes as published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics from a study commissioned by Commsec in 2013. The calculations were specifically based on the Annual Energy Consumption in accordance with the AGA Star ratings for Ducted Gas systems and using a gas cost of 1.6 cents per MJ/HR. Savings should be seen as a guide only as actual heating performance and therefore savings, may vary due to a number of factors including home construction and size, gas costs, heater usage, and zoning.