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Hazardous Area Air Warmers – Keep your Business Warm This Winter!

11 November 2014

EXHEAT Industrial manufactures electric heaters for hazardous and non-hazardous areas.  Our range of air warmers ensure that your business doesn’t suffer as a result of cold and icy weather. Whether you require frost protection or temperature maintenance for your enclosure, cabinet, room or store we have a solution for you. 

We provide fast track solutions to the industry’s wide and varied requirements for electrical heating systems with Next Day Delivery available on selected products.

All heaters manufactured by EXHEAT for use in Hazardous Areas are supplied fully certified to meet the latest requirements of the IECEx scheme, CSA, CU TR (formerly GOST) or the European ATEX Directive as appropriate. Next Day Delivery is available on selected products.

EXHEAT Industrial Secures Heater Contracts at Yamal LNG Plant

EXHEAT Industrial recently secured multiple contracts from Yamal LNG Plant to provide CU TR certified (formerly GOST-R) flameproof air heaters and immersion heaters. “To date we have supplied our HEF Hazardous Area self-regulating enclosure heaters for frost protection and anti-condensation applications as well as our FUH Flameproof fan assisted unit heaters for gas turbine sound enclosures and Flameproof space/air heaters for fire safety deluge packages. Ambient temperatures as low as -52°C have been recorded on the Yamal peninsula; EXHEAT Industrial heaters are certified down to -60°C making us the ideal partner for all contractors,” said Katrina Parrott, General Manager, EXHEAT Industrial.

Our range of air warmers includes Fan Heaters, Anti Condensation Heaters, Space Heaters, Liquid Filled Radiators and Convector Heaters. The heaters supplied to the Yamal LNG Plant are the HEF Hazardous Area heaters, FUH Flameproof Fan Heaters, Flameproof FWD-T and Hazardous Area FAW-C Space Heaters.

'HEF' Hazardous Area Anti Condensation & Space Heaters

The self-regulating properties of the HEF enclosure heaters eliminate the requirement for a thermostat. Coupled with the compact design, this makes the HEF ideal for anti condensation, frost protection and temperature control where the enclosure is located within Zone 1 and Zone 2 Hazardous Areas. Certified to ATEX Directive 94/9/EC IECEx requirements, they are suitable for use where the flammable atmosphere is Group IIA, IIB or IIC Gas. More information…

‘FUH' Flameproof Fan Heaters

The FUH range offers a compact high capacity air heating solution that is suitable for large premises. The flexible design allows for the 'FUH' to be supplied according to the capacity requirements and power supply of the client. More information…

Flameproof FWD-T

The FWD-T range with an easy to adjust external thermostat which is designed for heating small work or storage areas and similar applications, located in Zone 1 and 2 or Zone 21 and 22 Hazardous Areas where the flammable atmosphere is a IIA, IIB or IIC Gas Group. More information…

Hazardous Area FAW-C Space Heaters.

The FAW range offers a versatile lightweight air warming solution for small work and storage areas located in Zone 1 and Zone 2 Hazardous Areas. The range is suitable for use with 1 phase or 3 phase power supplies up to 440 volts. The range can also be configured for use with DC power supplies. More information…

Now is the time to check your existing system to ensure your business does not suffer as a result of the winter weather! Should you require any further information or a quotation, then please do not hesitate to contact us on or +44 (0) 1953 886210.

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