Hotsy Radiant & Indirect Heaters are portable and highly efficient
On the rare occasion when portable heat is needed in Southern CA, Hotsy has a line of highly efficient radiant and indirect space heaters…the Heat Series. Typical forced air heaters lose their heat because hot air rises, or the wind redirects the hot air stream. Radiant heat travels in straight lines and does not rise to the ceiling like hot air. These are the perfect way to heat work areas where you may already be cleaning with a pressure washer. Others include wash bays, garages, curing concrete, heating new construction, heating sewers for work crews – even warming animal pens.
HeatMizer Radiant Heaters
Hotsy’s HeatMizer innovation lies in the elimination of the refractory material cone that surrounds the conical combustion chamber, typically found on competitor’s heaters. Our heaters feature a metallic forced air insulation pocket between the combustion chamber and the external protection cone, which keeps the frame cool to the touch.
Available in two models, the 115 or 155 have a run time of 13 to 16 hours. These radiant heaters use kerosene, diesel or jet fuel and have a low noise level.
RedHot Cannon Indirect Heaters
Diesel indirect-fired portable heaters use an embedded burner with combustion air obtained from the main ventilation fan. A four pass heat exchange allows exhaust gases to increase heat exchange with the cooling air and obtain maximum thermal efficiency. Being indirect-fired, they can be operated indoors with ducting.
Approved for construction, the RedHot Cannon is available in three models, the 100, 200 or 300 with a run time of 13 to 14 hours. These radiant heaters use kerosene, diesel or jet fuel and have a low noise level. Optional accessories allow for ducting and external fuel tanks.
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