What Makes The SunFire Heater Right For Your Business?
The SunFire 150 model can provide an efficient heat source to help keep your employees warm and productive. While this heating system can benefit numerous businesses, it is most commonly used for the following applications:
- Building construction
- Sporting events
- Ranching and agriculture
- Automotive and truck repair
- Any outdoor machinery repair
- And emergency heating
Of course, that doesn’t mean you have to use your Radiant Heater for those applications. Your business can still utilize this system in other ways. Let’s dive into some of those top benefits.
One of the biggest benefits of SunFire Radiant Heaters is the fact that they are completely portable heating systems. Unlike other heaters manufactured by Clean Burn, the Radiant Heater design includes rubber flat free wheels. Those wheels are installed with high-quality ball bearing rims to help you navigate any kind of terrain. The design also includes a welded steel frame with a collapsible handle, which helps make transportation even easier.
So, if another area of your business needs immediate heat, you can quickly navigate your SF 150 model to that location. Talk about an easy fix to a common problem!
Highly Durable Design
Like other Clean Burn furnaces, SunFire Radiant Heaters are designed almost entirely with highly durable steel. With thick, heavy-duty steel all throughout the design, you can rest assured knowing the system is highly durable. In fact, the welded steel of the fuel tank is so strong, it can withstand the load of a pickup truck without so much as a dent. These heaters are built to last, so you can heat your business efficiently for many years to come.
Better Fuel Choice
Many similar torpedo-style heating units on the market are designed to run on kerosene. However, the SunFire Heater is specifically designed to run on diesel fuel and other #2 fuel oils. While it may not seem like there’s a significant difference between kerosene and diesel fuel, we assure you these fuels vary greatly. As Hunker reports, there are just a handful of reasons why diesel is the better fuel choice:
- Higher energy output - Kerosene is a lighter diesel oil that contains slightly less energy than other #2 fuels.
- More cost savings - While it can vary by geographic region and other factors, kerosene is typically more expensive than diesel fuel.
- Durability - Diesel fuel is more durable and is less likely to inflict damage on the heating system.
Your fuel choice is always an important consideration to weigh when selecting a heating system for your business.
Safe Emission Levels
If the health and well-being of your employees is a top priority for you, you’re in luck! The SF 150 model is not only incredibly efficient, but it is also very safe for your workforce. This industrial grade heater emits up to 1 parts per million of carbon monoxide. These ultra-low emissions far exceed the OSHA standard of 50 parts per million for an eight hour period.
To top it all off, this heating system is designed to be odorless and smokeless, so your employees clearly don’t need to be concerned about how this heater will impact the surrounding air quality.
Improve Your Business With A SunFire Heater Today
If you think the SF 150 heater is right for your business, there’s no better place to turn than Interstate Energy. We are the only authorized Clean Burn distributor in Colorado and eastern Wyoming. Our Clean Burn technicians would be thrilled to schedule a free demo of the heating system to show you exactly how it works and how it can benefit your business operations.
Contact Interstate Energy today to learn more about our SunFire Radiant Heaters.