One of the most important aspects to consider when you are renting a heater is the type of heater you want to choose, electric or oil-fired. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, so choose the one that’s right for your needs. In addition, think about the size of the space you will need to heat, and the number of people who will be in the room. Make sure that the unit is large enough to provide adequate heat. If you are choosing an oil-fired heater, you also need to make sure you have a way to vent the fumes from the room.
Features of heaters
The heaters will generally have caster and wheels so you can move them from one location to another with ease. They also tend to have simple to use controls so you can set the temperature and ensure consistency with the amount of heat it puts out. Those that require fuel will have a fuel tank attached to them. Keep in mind that different manufacturing companies may have models with differing features and options.
How heaters work
Different types of heaters work slightly differently. You can find oil-fired heaters, as well as electric heaters available. The oil-fired heaters need to have fuel to be able to work, while the electric heaters only need to have an outlet. The electric versions are very popular because they are easy to use, and they do not have fumes with which you may have to contend. For those who are in areas where electricity is not available, the oil heaters are the best choice unless you have a portable generator.
Whether you need to keep people or equipment warm in a small location, a portable rented heater can do the trick nicely. These units are capable of moving from one area to another easily thanks to their size and maneuverability. They also happen to be a good solution for many different environments and needs. For example, if there is a power outage at your place of business, but there is still work you need to finish, a heater can help keep you warm while you are there.
- Tempco Electric Heater Corp.
- Thermal Fluid Systems
- Industrial Heater Corp.