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  • Range of indirect fired gas heaters available
  • Safe efficiency heating
  • Competitive hire rates
  • Quick and friendly service
  • 24/7 365 service back up
  • Depots nationwide
  • From 26kw to 65kw in capacity
  • 230volt and 110volt options available
  • Manufactured in Europe
  • Full range of accessories and ducting

Indirect fired Gas heaters – These reliable and efficient heaters, are best for places where there is limited ventilation, as they can deliver high volumes of clean, dry, fume free heat safely and economically. Indirect fired heaters are ideal for marquees, exhibition halls, workshops, warehouses, construction sites, industrial environments, in fact virtually anywhere you need to keep warm.

The range starts with the IDRG30 which is a portable unit that can be used internally within warehouses or large halls. This unit is fuelled by 47kg bottles of Propane gas and requires a single phase 240 volt or 110 volt supply. The IG60 and IG65 unit can be positioned outside of the area requiring to be heated with the hot air ducted in via flexible ducting, or alternatively they can be positioned within the heated area with the fumes and exhaust ducted outside via a flexible flue. These units have high pressure circulation fans to provide fast heating. Both models are fuelled from 47kg bottles of propane gas and require a single phase, 230 volt or 110 volt power supply.

A free site survey by an Andrews heating specialist will help you work out exactly what model and set-up is right for your location and application.

For health and safety reasons, it is essential that you choose and operate the right type of heater for your location and application. We will be pleased to advise you on the safest and most appropriate heater(s) to use. Propane cylinders must be used and stored in accordance with the highly flammable liquids and liquefied petroleum gases regulation 1972, which we will be pleased to explain.

If you have any doubt call us on 0800 211 611 for help and advice or more details.