Cadet & Broan radiant heaters are the perfect add on for a cold bathroom in the winter, they use quiet fans with smart technology that heat up quickly and are energy efficient. They are meant to work in a bedroom, home office or entryway without taking up a lot of space
Are used primarily as a construction heater in the industry, they take a variety of fuels like gas, kerosene, oil, electric and propane, they are portable and come in a variety of BTU’s, and are relatively inexpensive. Other styles include salamander that are made by great brands like TPI, Mr. Heater, Master, Dayton and LB White.
Are highly efficient and can offer instant heat when turned on, while keeping a low profile. There are different styles of heaters like water based, electric and plug in style. Hydronic is the best since it’s more energy efficient with a lower cost to operate as the element inside continues to stay hot after the heater is turned off, creating less thermostat cycle times.
Are used in large buildings or areas that require a lot of heat, they range from 300,000 – 1,500,000 BTUS and are considered a mobile furnace. These units are typically setup outside and ducted into a building or can be setup inside using a flue.
Are small infrared or radiant ceiling mounted heaters used outdoors and indoors, they come in natural gas or propane and are prefect for garages, outdoor spaces like hotels and restaurants, as well as patios. They are started by an electric spark and can be linked together. They come in ceramic or glass style for different types of spaces.
With no need for a fan or exhaust, radiant heaters provide a safe, quiet heating alternative for many indoor and outdoor spaces. Electric units are ideal for spot-heating in workshops, garages and patios
Workshop heaters are the best for the garage or shop, electric units typically run on 110 or 220/240 volt and come in some high efficiency models. Units come in a variety of styles such as: ventless, ceramic, natural gas some of the most popular brands are: Modine, Mr. Heater, King Electric, Comfort glow to name a few.
They are highly versatile, safe, and efficient heaters for both indoor and outdoor use. These commercial tent heaters are direct fired and have an internal flame that make them 99.97% efficient. They can be used indoors as long as there is sufficient outside air flow into the building or tent they are heating and is the best way to keep a party tent warm in the winter. They also can be used outdoors as well and can be ducted indoors through a doorway or under a covered tent with a duct and diffuser.
These infrared radiant heaters are the best to heat large commercial spaces such as: warehouses, auto dealerships, aircraft hangars, farm buildings, garages, shops and open air business’s like car washes. Gas fired tube heaters are long straight or U shaped tubes that carry heat over a long distance, they come in 15, 20, 30, 40 and 50 foot lengths. They come in both propane and natural gas options and have electric spark.