Andrews Sykes Launches New Indirect Oil-Fired Heater in Time for Christmas Event Season

(PRWEB UK) 7 December 2011

Andrews Sykes, the nationwide heater hire specialist, has launched a new indirect oil-fired heater, the ID35. The new unit has been introduced in response to customer demand for a compact, easily portable device that mirrors the features of the company’s popular but larger ID60. The new product is aimed at the events industry as it is most suitable for small events in marquees or other intimate venues - particularly when extra heat is required over the Christmas or winter period.

Unlike the ID60, Andrews Sykes' new ID35 has an integral fuel tank within the machine, which is of particular appeal to event organisers as there is less equipment to house. In addition, the unit can be supplied with flexible ducting and a diffuser, meaning that the heater itself can be stored outside so that it doesn’t detract from the venue's carefully devised theme or decor. If the unit is used in conjunction with a flue adapter, it will deliver large volumes of safe, dry, fume free heat for up to 15 hours and requires no maintenance.

Specifications:

●        Typical heated area: 600 m3
●        Air Flow (max): 1,450 m3/h
●        Weight: 58 kg (85 kg fuelled)
●        Dimensions (L x W x H): 1250 x 490 x 690 mm
●        Maxmimum duct length: 16 metres
●        Duct diameter size: 300 mm
●        Fuel type: Gas Oil

Paul LaRoche, Area Sales Manager, Andrews Sykes said: “We are often asked for larger, higher capacity units so it is quite unusual to bring in a new niche product at the smaller end of our range. However, many clients are looking to hire the most economical and energy efficient units possible and for smaller venues, the ID35 will certainly fit the bill.”

Andrews Sykes has developed a heating calculator to help organisations get an estimate of the type of heating unit they require.

For more information on the ID35 visit http://www.andrews-sykes.com.

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