Heaters product range - commercial climate control solutions by Dantherm Group
Master BV 471 – indirect oil fired air heaters
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Indirect fuel fired air heaters with separate Riello burner

Indirect air flow heaters AIR-BUS have a wide heat exchanger in stainless steel pipes, separate Riello burner and air recycling kit.

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 B 180 – direct oil fired heater
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Direct oil fired air heaters – high pressure

Direct oil heaters are highly efficient devices that provide large volumes of instant heat where it is required.

Heylo electric heater DE 20 SH-U
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Portable electric heater

Special electric heater for generating high process temperatures up to 100°C in recirculation mode. With precise electronic temperature control.

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.

Master B100 – direct oil fired heater
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Direct oil fired heaters – low pressure

Master direct heaters are known for their efficiency, robustness, ease of use and operational safety.

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.

Master BLP 33 M – direct gas fired air heater
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Direct gas fired air heaters – mechanic

Master gas heaters generate large volumes of instant heat. They are very cost effective, robust and efficient.

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.

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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.

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