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Air heaters have a variety of different types such as the air source heater and the convection heater. Air source heaters work by extracting the heat from the air outside, this heat is then used to heat water within systems of the house. Convection heaters use convection currents to spread heat around a room and are designed to optimise this process. The design allows air to flow up through the bottom of the heater to the filaments that heat the air. Once it is heated, the air is forced up as it is contained on all sides by the outer shell of the heater. As the hot air rises, more air is pulled in to the bottom by the convection current.