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We have a great range of heaters that are more energy efficient, offering lower operating costs. These space heaters will allow you to reduce your commercial & domestic electric energy & fuel consumption so you can keep warm for less during cold periods.
Right now, homes and businesses need the best heaters that are energy efficient and cheap to run to keep properties warm and comfortable while energy and fuel costs soar. Commercial electric comsumption currently costs around £0.50 per kw/h, and domestic electric consumption is also seeing an incredible rise in price. As it stands, the operating cost of central heating radiators, air conditioning units, and electric fan heaters will put many people under pressure during a cold spell. Butane, kerosene, propane, and heating oil burning space heaters and now represent the most energy efficient and economical solutions for keeping warm, and preventing your energy bills from becoming too much of a burden. On average, diesel costs around £1.82 per litre and propane gas bottle refills cost around £3.84 per kg. Low wattage infrared heaters can also help you save money.
Infrared radiant heaters with high quality quartz short wave lamps offer reliable and effective heating. Models like the Mensa Imus have a unique construction, allowing it to perform as well as a typical 1500w heater, but using only 550w. This means reduced running costs and comfortable levels of heat. Due to its low power consumption, the Imus offers around a 94% saving in running costs compared to other models.
Diesel infrared heaters are easy to use, and you can feel the dry, clean, radiant heat instantly. They create a warm, cosy environment that benefits contractors, staff, customers, and stock. Powered by diesel or paraffin, these appliances are efficient and cost-effective concerning running over long periods.
Most of our catalogue should be used in wide open, well-ventilated indoor areas, like garages and warehouses. However, we also have an Airrex range that features a revolutionary patented oil burner and exhaust piping. The technology produces minimal emissions and is suitable for indoor use. An exhaust pipe to the outside is only necessary when the heater is used in fully enclosed premises and areas where people sleep.
Gas space heaters do not spread warmth through convection. They burn Propane or Butane gas that enters through an intake duct and is lit by pilot light. The flame warms up radiant tubing or refractory material. The objects and bodies then absorb the radiant heat in the area, which then re-radiate it evenly.
As liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) heaters produce radiant heat and do not spread warmth through convection, they are economical, efficient, and practical. Liquefied petroleum gas is a clean-burning fuel. While it is a fossil fuel and not entirely environmentally friendly, it does produce fewer carbon emissions than oil. However, burning LPG does produce Carbon Monoxide and moisture, so these direct heaters are unsuitable for indoor use or confined, poorly ventilated spaces.
Direct fired space heaters provide a cost-effective way of heating outdoor and well ventilated industrial areas with plenty of fresh air. The warm air that they circulate passes an open flame. This means they are 100% efficient, but the heat they produce contains fumes and moisture. Therefore, you must never use direct oil fired space heaters in enclosed, poorly ventilated spaces.
Indirect fired space heaters produce clean, fume-free & dry warm air, so they can be used for heating halls, marquees, galas, event tents, workshops, farmhouses, and a range of other indoors spaces safely. They are fuelled using diesel, heating oil, paraffin, or kerosene. You can place them outside the area you want to heat, ducting the heater air inside, or you can place the unit indoors and install a flue to exhaust the fumes outside.
You can usensome Master and Arcotherm indirect heaters with air inlet kits that allow you to feed the air that has already been heated back into the combustion chamber. Recycling the warm air from your space this way means the space heater uses less energy and fuel. With a recirculation adapter, you can save up to 60% on running costs, and you will have to fill fuel tanks up less frequently.
A cabinet heater is a floor-standing warm air heater. It is a large metal enclosure, featuring a stainless steel combustion chamber, heat exchanger and internal fan. These heaters offer large volumes of clean warm air, to heat large industrial spaces safely and effectively. They a require a flue to be set up through a roof or external wall, to vent exhaust fumes outside.
Waste oil heaters burn a wide range of oil-based fuels including heavier viscosity oils that aren't compatible with conventional heaters. You can use and recycle the waste oil to keep the space warm and comfortable throughout the cold winter months. You can fuel waste oil burners using engine oil, gearbox oil, vegetable oil, diesel oil, 35-sec heating oil, other types of used oil, and bio-fuels such as rapeseed oil.
Waste oil burners are an excellent option for heating large spaces using waste oil. It allows you to warm the room without enduring the cost of fuels, which can be important considering the changes to how you can use red diesel and rebated fuels. But, burning waste oil doesn't result in free heat. Regulation changes made in 2016 mean it is now illegal to burn waste oil in a small waste oil burner (SWOB) unless a permit is obtained under Schedule 13A of the Environmental Permitting Regulations 2010, which costs for the application and an annual fee.
The change followed an amendment to bring SWOBs within broader waste incineration legislation designed to reduce the emission of air pollutants. You can continue to use your multi-fuel burner without a permit if you use non-waste fuel.
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