We are the UKs leading provider of gas fired warm air heating systems and ventilation. We supply our heating systems to a wealth of industrial and commercial building sectors.
Our gas fired warm air heating are designed, manufactured and installed by our qualified professionals. We can design bespoke direct gas fired warm air heaters, systems and a range of air induction systems.
Our range of gas fired unit heaters come from a variety of manufacturers. Our UESA series offer an energy efficient condensing gas fired unit. The UDSA model is an advanced heat exchanger produced from titanium stabilised aluminised steel.
We also supply the UDSB gas fired unit heater featuring a successful V3 UDSB range and equipped with variable speed direct drive centrifugal fans. We also offer, LCSA, a compact gas fired suspended warm air heater with a tubular heat exchanger.
EnviroPak offer a new generation of gas fired air heaters to provide both heating and ventilation options.
Our range of outdoor units includes the EuroPak 2000. This unit is an automatic gas fired heater manufactured for large commercial and industrial use where a combination of ventilation and heating is required.
The RPV 2000 model is of a similar design and the RPVE 2000 outdoor units can be wall mounted due to its lightweight design.
Our free standing cabinet warm air heaters include a gas and oil fired option. Combined with advanced design technology and heat exchange techniques, these units are cost effective as well as being aesthetically pleasing.
Free standing cabinet warm air heaters also include PV cabinets for vertical gas fired heaters. They are the ideal solution for a range of industrial and commercial applications.
Indirect gas fired heating coils include the Reznor T2000D and RPV2000D selection of gas fired air heaters produced for inclusion as the heater sections in heating.
Indirect gas fired heating coils are designed for inclusion in air handling units and provide a gas fired heat exchanger section for integration in ductwork systems.
Our collection of heat recovery applications includes the cross plate heat exchangers. They are an innovative generation of recuperative plate heat exchanger. Heat recovery units are designed for integration into air handling systems and as part of a air distribution set-up.
Rotary heat exchangers are an energy efficient option that recovers up to 80 percent in typical HVAC applications.