An Introduction to Indirect Fired Heaters
Indirect fired heaters are heaters that rely on propane, diesel, or natural gas to heat air. They use this fuel to ignite a flame underneath a steel exchanger, through which they blow air at high speeds. The air heats up quickly as it passes through the exchanger, which is an extremely efficient way to heat air. This produces high volumes of heated air that doesn’t come into contact with ignited fuel directly, which means no fumes or odors.
Our indirect fired heaters can heat air to temperatures well above 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and distribute that air over 150 feet. (By comparison, electric heaters, which heat air by passing it over an electric coil, can only achieve temperatures of up to 100 degrees.)
Our Campo brand indirect fired heaters produce a powerful blast of air. We install the heaters outside your facility and run ducting to deliver the heat to your target area.
The Campo Line of Indirect Heaters
Preferred Climate Solutions carries Campo Blaze heaters, which are known for their high level of performance and efficiency. Heaters are evaluated in terms of the amount of heat they produce, as measured in British Thermal Units or BTUs, and by the speed at which they distribute air, as measured in cubic feet per minute or CFM. All of our Camp Blaze heaters excel at both heating and distributing air. Those heaters include: