Floor standing cabinet heating systems come in various specifications, so choosing the right solution for your premises can be complicated.
Floor standing gas or oil cabinet heaters are ideal for warehouses, factories, showrooms and many other applications. They work via warm air heating and they can immediately provide heat due to their very short heating up periods.
A range of floor standing cabinet heaters are available
Cabinet heaters are available in gas or oil, vertical or horizontal, internal, external and room sealed options, and may come with atmospheric or forced air burners. There are multiple options available which is fantastic if you have decided a cabinet heater is right for you as you have plenty of options to choose from, however, it is important that you select the best heating type for your specific application and requirements as some may be more suitable than others. At Heritage Heating and Cooling, we recognise this, as such we only install the most reliable brand names– like Powrmatic and Benson, Ambi Rad & Combat – giving you confidence that you’re choosing a system that ranks among the cream of the crop. We will also assess your application, building type and specific requirements, ensuring only the most efficient and cost-effective cabinet heater is suggested to you.
The cabinet heaters that we stock are constructed from top quality materials for a longer lifespan, and come with various capabilities, including augmentations like:
- Multiple outputs
- Natural gas, LPG, oil or bio fuel compatibility
- In-built controllers for setting time and temperatures
- A 2-year warranty on all parts
- 5 or 10-year time related warranties on heat exchangers
Benson oil and gas cabinet heaters are famous for coming with a highly efficient four-pass heat exchanger; an innovation that provides a cost-effective heating service. They are also equipped with systems such as SmartCom: a fantastic time and temperature control solution that also brings added password protection with it, so your heating levels can be depended upon to be consistent. Depending on the heater model you choose, you’ll also be able to benefit from vertical, horizontal or downflow models, levels of efficiency that exceed the UK part L2B Building Regulations, and more.