A catalytic heater is a form of heater which relies on chemical reactions to break down molecules and produce heat. Catalytic heaters can be used wherever heat is required, producing heat at a lower, controlled rate than unconstrained combustion. Examples of smaller and larger heaters are gas-powered soldering irons and space-heating stoves.
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