Indirect fired heaters work much like a furnace with a chimney and operate with propane, natural gas or fuel sources.
In these systems, the flame is contained in a burn chamber, which heats a “heat exchanger.” The cooler air then passes over and around the heat exchanger, thus heating the air. Usually these heaters are installed outside with heated air ducted to the indoors.
Indirect fired heaters are often used in tightly sealed and occupied work spaces. This is a good option for businesses undergoing heater repair who are in need of a temporary heating system, as indirect systems use ducting to provide safe and clean air.
Benefits of Indirect Fired Heater Rental
There are many reasons to choose an indirect fired heater.
- Clean & Dry Air. The air circulated never comes in direct contact with the flame, and the systems are usually kept outside
- Safe. Indirect heaters do not release carbon dioxide into a space, making them safe to use in tightly occupied spaces.
- Controlled Temperatures. Most heaters come with a built-in thermostat to make temperature control simple.
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Everything from Installation to Fuel Supply
Priority Rental can help with everything to fulfill your heating needs.
- Installation and removal of heaters
- Propane supply partners
- Diesel fuel
- Fuel container rentals
Rent a Diesel Storage Tank
Tired of fueling up every 8-10 hours? Rent a 500-gallon TransCube to extend the burn time on your temporary diesel heater rental.
Connect two diesel-powered heaters and refuel equipment simultaneously to maximize the life of your diesel heater for easy on-site fueling and auxiliary supply.
TransCube storage tanks are double-walled to provide weather-proof containment. Each tank offers four-way forklift pockets to easily maneuver diesel storage on the job.
Keep your job-site running on schedule with bulk diesel storage on-site.
Take a look at our available units below or learn more about construction heat.