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The winter mornings are unappealing at the best of times, but when you have to go to work in a cold industrial environment, many of us will look to pull the covers over our heads in the hope that summer magically appears. Whilst your local team of heating specialists cannot achieve this, they can make your property warmer by providing you with space saving industrial heaters.

One particular firm who are based within the East Midlands but provide a nationwide competitive and honest heating service, helping industrial units across the length and breadth of the country to be kept warm from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week. These heating specialists are able to achieve this not only by providing a wide array of industrial gas space heaters, but they also have the skills and qualifications to install all types of heating options, in accordance with the standards set out by OFTEC.

Some of the industrial gas heaters that their highly qualified and skilled team are able to install include:


When space is at a premium, a suspended heating system which won’t take up any floor space is a must. The suspended heating system which is best for your property will depend on the minimal space you do have available and what you want from your heating system, as there are various models available including: “compact”, for when space is especially tight, “standard and duct furnaces” and “heating/cooling systems”, which can be utilised during the summer months too.

Whilst all three of these models have their individual benefits, they also have certain elements in common, such as all three are available in either natural gas or LPG, they all promise to provide your industrial building with adequate heat throughout the winter, without costing your business a small fortune in gas bills, and they’ve all be designed with durability, versatility and energy efficiency in mind.

Floor Standing:

If your current industrial property has an area which cannot be utilised for any work purposes, why not make the most out of it by installing one of the reasonably sized floor standing heaters, such as a “cabinet heater” which these particular heating specialists can supply and install.

The cabinet heater, like the suspended heaters is available in either natural gas or LPG, and again has been designed to provide heat over a long range, is durable and versatile, whilst also being easy to install meaning the installation team cause minimum disruption to your working day.

If you’d like more information surrounding oure industrial heaters , or if you’d like a quote for a particular heating model, whether suspended or floor standing, please contact your local team of industrial gas heater specialists today.


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