In winter or mid-season, when the weather gets a bit chilly, we often need more warmth. That’s when a mobile heating unit comes in very handy to temporarily meet your demands. For instance to heat up a construction site avoiding the works to be delayed, for events in party tents, etc.
Broken heating, in de middle of a building or renovation project? From now on you’ll never have to miss warmth or hot water.
We do not only offer mobile heating solutions, we also have quality products for specific situations: heating curtains, entrances, offices and the separation of thermal zones.
Mainly used to heat up terraces during events, receptions or just for a dinner amongst friends when the weather gets a bit chilly.
We offer two types of infrared panels: from 1,1kW and 2,2 kW.
These units are mainly used in combination with mobile heating units or when a central heating is available. The advantage of these units is that they are easy to install.
The units in our range have a capacity of 50 to 300 kW and can be modulated according to your water consumption.
Often used for events, to heat up or protect buildings or construction sites from the cold. Our range consists of wired units from 25 to 200 kW with a wide variety of installation options.
In some situations we advise a heating unit with direct combustion. We offer a wireless modulated unit on gas from 13,2 to 30,2 kW. On request, we can also supply a heat cannon with direct combustion on fuel oil.
Although our heating units are mainly used to replace an existing heating system or while the client is waiting for his final heating system to be installed, they can also be used in combination with our hydraulic radiators to heat up a building, a construction site, etc.
Our electrical heating units are installed on a barrow and have a capacity of 3 to 40 kw. Our heating units on gas or oil are installed on a trailer and come in three types: 70 kW, 150 kW and 300 kW. Our heating units on gas or oil in containers have a capacity from 150 kW to 2000 kW.
These units can be used to heat up a construction site, during a drying cycle or to get screed to the right temperature as well as to supply hot water for your bathroom.