Clean, dry heat is delivered from electric heaters. Not to say that gas fired heaters are bad (they aren’t, as long as they are indirect fired).
With DRYCO’s emphasis on moisture control, it would make sense that we stock a full line of indirect fired and electric heat.
An in-line heater is the perfect solution if, for example, you’re also renting a dehumidifier. When using a dehumidifier for drying a project, heated climate control may be one of your primary concerns in delivering a high quality project. Let’s say that you’re project is at the end of summer and you have concerns about overnight temperatures dipping below a certain temperature.
Maybe you have limited entry points but need both dehumidification and heating. An in-line heater is the answer. Here’s how…
DRYCO specializes in providing indirect fired heaters during emergency situations. As a temporary climate control company, heat is certainly one of the components of delivering a total climate control solution. Nearly all of the heat offered by DRYCO is indirect fired. Why indirect?
Quite simply, indirect fired heaters do NOT add moisture to the space/building. This allows for emergency heating and drying without the addition of moisture. Yes, we can supply open flame heaters if moisture and/or fumes are not a major concern.