Heaters product range - commercial climate control solutions by Dantherm Group
Dantherm VA-M40MKII – tent heater
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Tent heaters

The warm air heater VA-M40 MKII is a mobile 38kW unit primarily developed to provide heating in temporary or transportable buildings or tents.

Master BV 400 – indirect oil fired air heater
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Indirect oil fired air heaters with 2 stage Master burner

Master indirect oil heaters with a separate burner generate a large volume of 100% clean, dry and warm air.

Master F 60 indirect oil fired heater
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Fixed indirect oil fired air heaters

Delivered ready to use, installation is simple, quick and economical.

Dantherm VA-M15MKII – tent heater
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Tent heaters

The VA-M15 MKII warm air heater is a transportable 17.9kW unit primarily developed to heat tents and temporary buildings.

Master RS 40 – electric fan air heaters
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Electric fan air heaters – ductable

Ideal for temporary or emergency heating as they are easy to use and fully portable.

Dantherm FH 40 – tent heater
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Tent heaters

These tent heaters are based on the indirect fired (clean air) principle to avoid introducing combustion or fumes into occupied spaces.

Master Hall 1500 – infrared electric heater
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Infrared electric heaters

This Master short wave infrared heater provides instant heat with no fumes, odours or humidity.

Master Hall 3000 – infrared electric heater
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Infrared electric heaters

This short wave infrared heater is 100% efficient with variable heat settings, low noise and no oxygen consumption.

Master CF 75 – direct gas fired air heater
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Fixed direct gas fired air heaters

Designed for indoor and outdoor, the CF 75 is easy to install and the availability of cheap fuel allows to cut down on heating costs.

Master DC 61 – infrared oil fired heaters
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Infrared oil fired heaters – hybrid

The DC 61 delivers heat fast and exactly to the place where it is required without any air movement.

Master XL 61 – infrared oil fired heater
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Infrared oil fired heaters with Master burner

Highly efficient and easy to use the XL 61 heats up a room or working space quickly at a low energy cost.

Heylo electric heater DE 20 SH
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Portable electric heater for high temperatures

Special electric heater for high temperatures. For disinfestation of buildings, pest control, tempering of plastics or for generating process heat of over 120°C in industry.

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Why choose commercial heaters?

Warm air is not just a requirement throughout spaces in cold environments. Commercial and industrial heating can be an asset for a wide variety of applications all year round. Whether it's drying wet paint or plaster on construction sites, keeping equipment at the optimal temperature in warehouses, or warming occupants in tents, commercial heating is key across many sectors.

To best suit the massive variety of scenarios that benefit from space heaters, we offer a range of different heating units, each of which delivers warm air in a way that suits their intended environment.

  • Oil heaters use combustibles directly or indirectly to generate vast heat output
  • Commercial fan heaters use electricity to efficiently deliver a stream of warm air
  • Electric heaters offer precise temperature control
  • Infrared heaters use fuels or electricity to generate radiant heat energy

To further suit their numerous use cases, many of these heaters come in two form factors – fixed and portable.

  • For more permanent fixtures, a fixed solution will permanently reside in a single location free-standing, wall-mounted or fixed to the ceiling
  • In environments where the heating needs are constantly in flux, portable heaters can be positioned when and where they are needed

All different types of commercial heating solutions vary not only in how they work and where they are best suited, but also in the roles they perform. Because of this, there is no single most cost-effective heater to use, as the economy of a system depends on many factors, including:

  • What setting a heater is used in
  • Size of the space a heater must warm
  • Climate and weather conditions a system has to work against
  • Role of the unit in use
  • Where a device is positioned
  • The cost of fuel or electricity at the time

While an infrared heater may be very cost-effective to run, for example, it may not be able to heat everyone in a room. Conversely, while an oil fired heater is exceptionally good at heating entire spaces, using it to spot dry paint on a single surface may be an uneconomical use of the device.

To realise the best returns and greatest efficiency, it is important to carefully choose the right type of industrial heater.

Oil heaters are ideally suited to construction sites. This is because these space heaters use combustibles that are often already available on-site to deliver a vast amount of warm air inside or out, depending on whether a direct or indirect system is used.

Electric fan heaters can help heat enclosed spaces, such as rooms and small shops. This technology is highly portable and easy to set up, requiring only an electrical connection to produce consistent streams of clean, fume-free warm air.

Electric heaters can aid with pest control as these devices allow professionals to gradually increase heat output and neutralise bugs without damaging furnishings within buildings and other commercial spaces.

Infrared heaters are incredibly efficient machines and are ideally suited to spaces such as garages and warehouses. This is because the heating elements within these units provide radiant heat without moving the air, as well as light.

Our Master brand is also leading the way in eco-friendly BioFuel heaters, harnessing the 100% renewable power of BioFuel HVO 100 to make our heating systems cleaner, greener and better for the planet.

To learn more about our full range of commercial heaters, where they are optimally suited,
as well as which one is most appropriate to your scenario, speak with our experts today.

Heaters: Frequently Asked Questions

What types of heaters do you supply?

As well as being a vital source of warmth for workers in cold environments, heaters can be used to keep produce at the optimal temperature, speed up drying and defrost critical equipment.

To accommodate these various use cases, we design, manufacture and supply a wide range of market-leading fixed and portable heaters, including:

  • Fuel-fired direct and indirect heaters

  • Tent heaters

  • Electric fan air heaters

  • Infrared heaters

How do electric heaters work?

Electric heaters rely on nothing more than the power from an outlet to produce warm air. To do this, these types of solutions draw electricity from the mains and pass them through a resistor, which in turn creates heat.

What are the benefits of using a gas heater?

When warm air is a necessity, but connection to a mains outlet is impractical, gas-fired heaters are a viable solution for controlling temperatures outside or in well-ventilated interiors. This is because:

  • Operation is cost-effective, as gas is typically more affordable than oil

  • Units are efficient, as they can have their heat output adjusted

  • Maintenance is quick, thanks to their straightforward design

  • Systems are highly portable, as canisters can be detached when needed

Can any of your heaters be used inside?

Yes. Our electric heaters and infrared solutions do not burn any fossil fuels, creating a stream of clean heat, making them perfectly suitable for use indoors.

Indirect gas-fired and oil-fired heaters can also be used indoors. While these systems utilise combustibles to produce their warmth, they house the flame in a combustion chamber, ensuring nothing but fume-free heat is generated.

Direct-fired heaters can also be used inside, so long as the space has sufficient ventilation when people are present, preventing the byproducts of combustion from building up over time.

How do I determine what heaters I need for my space?

No two facilities will require the same heating solution. To select the appropriate size and type of heater, it is crucial to consider a variety of factors, such as:

  • Target temperatures

  • The outdoor climate

  • Size of the spaces

  • The role a heater must perform

It is for this reason we take a consultative approach, and work closely with you to understand your specific needs, so we only recommend equipment that meets your requirements.

What safety precautions should I take when using a heater?

Through decades of experience, our lineup of heaters has been specially engineered to include features such as safety valves and overheat thermostats for safe and simple operation.

It is also important to carry out the necessary precautions before, during and after use to prioritise people’s safety. This includes:

  • Reading the manual included before use

  • Placing the unit away from people and flammable materials

  • Routinely checking for damage inside and out

  • Unrolling extension cables, if used

  • Conducting electrical checks periodically, in line with safety standards

Our team of experts can provide additional information on how to operate your heater as safely and responsibly as possible.

Can I buy your heaters online?

For all of our commercial heaters, VAT-registered companies can get a quote very quickly by pressing 'I want to buy' and inserting their enquiry and contact details.

However, you cannot carry out the entire purchasing process on our website. This is because due to the solution you wish to purchase and your area of residence, you may or may not need to buy through a local Dantherm Group representative. We will facilitate this when you use the 'I want to buy' button for the heater of your choice.

Can I bulk buy heaters for a large project?

Yes, we can fulfil bulk orders across our range of heaters for large, bespoke projects. Get in contact with our experts or go direct to your local Dantherm Group representative to discuss the exact needs of your project and how we can meet your requirements.

Can I speak to someone for technical advice to buy the right heaters?

At Dantherm Group, we pride ourselves on ensuring all solutions we supply are tailored to your precise needs. Our decades of experience and total control over the design and manufacture of our range of heaters means we can provide you with bespoke, technical advice to ensure you receive the most efficient, effective and sustainable solution.

Reach out to our experts for a free, specialist consultation about your specifications so we can advise you on the most suitable unit.

What is your delivery time for heaters?

This depends. For some standard heaters, as well as their accessories and consumables, we offer day-to-day delivery. Larger or more complex orders will likely have a longer lead time.

For detailed information on when you can expect to receive the solutions you are interested in, please reach out to your local Dantherm Group representative.

Do you sell heaters to private individuals?

No. Dantherm Group heaters included on this website are sold only to industry professionals either directly or via our extensive network of suppliers.

Do you provide support, servicing and parts for these heaters?

Yes. We have dedicated offices, suppliers and servicing partners based across Europe to provide timely, ongoing support across our entire range of heaters. You can get in touch through our contact form and we will make sure your enquiry is handled by the office or service partner best suited to your needs.

We also have an extensive network of spare parts dealers throughout Europe, who are geared to provide you with a complete stock of spare parts for your solution. We are committed to catering to your needs and getting you the required parts as quickly and easily as possible.

How can I become a supplier to sell your heaters?

If you would like to become a supplier of Dantherm Group heaters, please refer to our Supplier Code of Conduct.

Get in touch with our team via email or over the phone if you have an enquiry, and we will get back to you at our earliest convenience.

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