With the 2021 polar vortex front and center in the news this month, businesses may be wondering about the impact of this winter’s weather on the health, comfort, and safety of their employees.
Depending on the type of space, commercial organizations have several heating options to make sure both their people and products are protected.
At Priority Rental, we offer a variety of reliable temporary heating rentals for your space. Before deciding what kind of heating equipment you will need, learn more about our popular industrial heating solutions.
Industrial Electric Space Heater Rental
When you’re looking for a safe and efficient way to heat a specific enclosed space, commercial heating rental can be an excellent solution. Portable space heaters are available in multiple sizes from small units that are perfect for individual office spaces to large, industrial electric heaters that can heat a much more spacious area.
Hospitals, laboratories, food processing plants, and computer rooms that have low tolerances for major shifts in temperature and humidity can benefit from commercial space heater rental. The units allow you to smoothly continue your daily operations on a particularly cold weather day without investing in a massive overhaul of your entire HVAC system. This solution also allows you to provide needed heat to only your priority areas while saving energy in those spaces that don’t require as much warmth.
Electric heaters generate no combustion by-products, which makes them safe and clean to use in enclosed spaces. Commercial space heaters often come with variable settings to help conserve energy and do not add to relative humidity levels, which can be important in spaces with sensitive equipment.
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Commercial Indirect Fired Heater Rental
If you’re looking for a way to heat tightly sealed spaces where many employees work, you may consider an indirect fired industrial heater rental. These systems are installed outdoors as they typically use propane or diesel. Once the fuel is burned and generates heat, air passes over a heat exchanger and is moved through ducts to the indoor space.
Indirect fired heaters are frequently used as a temporary heating solution when the main HVAC system needs to be repaired or replaced during the winter. The outdoor installation and duct system deliver safe, dry air to enclosed spaces, and most indirect fired heaters utilize a built-in thermostat for accurate temperature control.
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Commercial Direct Fired Heater Rental
Similar to indirect fired heaters, direct-fired heaters use propane, natural gas, or diesel fuel to generate heat. However, these units push the air through the actual flame to create a direct and hotter heat.
Although direct fired heaters are more efficient because they can convert all of the fuel to heat, they need to be operated outdoors or in a large, well-ventilated area. Construction sites, industrial areas, and warehouses, which are not densely populated yet still need heat, may benefit from a direct fired heater rental.
Direct fired heaters are usually convenient to move so that heat can be generated in most-needed areas. They are designed with safety features and a built-in thermostat, allowing you to focus on the work at hand.
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Temporary Heater Rental for Industrial Buildings
For more information about commercial heater rental, contact Priority Rental. We can help you provide heating for commercial buildings, including applications in hospitals, warehouses, schools, offices, or retail. Call our team today.