Is your screed not drying as quickly as desired? You have already installed a building dryer, but you want to speed up the drying process even further? In that case, it may be advisable to rent a hot air blower. If the air temperature in the room is higher, the moisture will evaporate more quickly, resulting in a faster drying process. Moreover, your subcontractors will appreciate being able to work in a pleasant climate during the cold winter months!
Do you need a hot air blower? At Buildingdryers.be you can rent a temporary heater for building sites, industrial halls and party tents. Gas heaters or gas hot air blowers are often used to overcome temporary capacity shortages, power outages, or for heating during colder periods. Hot air blowers with large air circulation allow you to quickly reach and maintain the desired indoor climate.
Do you have a large space that needs to be heated up quickly or are you working on a building site and could you well use a little extra heat? This problem can be quickly solved: with heaters from Buildingdryers.be you will have your space heated up in no time! An electric or gas hot air blower is also advisable to prevent your pipes in the garage from freezing up during the cold winter months. Do you want a heater that produces minimal noise? Then an electric hot air blower may be ideal for you.
An oil fired heater has a greater capacity and more power than an electric hot air blower. In the case of a direct fired heater, exhaust gases are released into the room to be heated. The combustion gases released by the air heater contain a fraction of hydrogen, but if you have also installed building dryers in your building, they will use the extra hydrogen in the drying process. A direct fired heater should therefore preferably be rented in combination with building dryers. Furthermore, it is best to use a heater that is fitted with a thermostat.
An indirect heater is installed outside the space to be heated. The smoke and the combustion products are therefore discharged to the atmosphere. This makes indirect fired oil heaters eminently suitable for heating up larger projects, workplaces, industrial halls, or tents. Diesel heaters are also used to heat up areas with limited ventilation facilities. Indirect fuel heaters produce clean, dry and warm air: the flue gases are discharged to the atmosphere. Heating your building site, industrial hall or party tent is done with Buildingdryers.be!