Heat Up this Halloween: Match Your Work Site to the Perfect Heater
Now that the clocks have gone back and winter is closing in, it’s time to plan for those long, cold days at work. Whether you work in the smallest office or a big open construction site, we’ve got ways to keep you toasty over the winter months. Here is a quick look at some of the strengths of our most popular heaters.
Big Open Sites
For those well-ventilated commercial and industrial sites our fan assisted, propane space heaters are perfect for giving you plenty of heat. With 150,000 and 250,000 BTU options available, these heaters pack a real punch. We also stock propane gas cylinders which are available to buy – just ask for more details.
Sometimes when you’ve got a social function outdoors a big propane heater just won’t do. For those occasions our solution is a patio heater, with its gas bottle housed safely inside the body of the heater so there’s no hoses or trip hazards lying about. Each patio heater can heat an area of up to 20m2 and the hood reflects the heat down. There’s absolutely no mains connection required, the heater is powered by propane gas.
Low Ventilation and Drying
When you’re stuck somewhere with low ventilation you can still keep warm and dry out damp areas or plaster. Infrared heaters, for example, are great at directional heating and give instant radiant heat as soon as they’re turned on. We have fixed and swivel head options available in both 110V and 240V. A ceramic radiant heater is an alternative way of heating specific objects or areas rather than the air and is also ideal for use indoors.
For the little office rooms we’ve got convector heaters or oil-filled radiators, both are easy to move around and don’t take up much space.The convector heater is a trusty staple of offices everywhere, while the oil-filled radiator is an alternative that lets out no fumes, odours or humidity.
Just last week we’ve added more dustbin heaters to our stock. Dustbin heaters are great for heating warehouses or small factories, they’re powered by propane so there’s no mains connection required. They can even be used to dry out buildings.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]