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boilers, pumps & valves


temporary heating solutions


Heating and hot water are two of the most critical elements of a building’s operation and are instrumental in ensuring occupants’ health, wellbeing and comfort. Should these two services ever be compromised, it is vital to have a temporary solution in place to enable their supply to continue without causing significant disturbance. Steve Warne, national sales manager at temporary heating provider, Ideal Heat Solutions gives insight into the importance of temporary heating, explaining how it can be utilised to ensure a slight issue does not manifest into a big problem.


“a


boiler is a household essential, pretty much every building contains one,” begins steve Warne, national


sales manager at ideal heat solutions. “even though they are found in many domestic and commercial dwellings, something like temporary heat is not necessarily a concept people are aware of, until they need it or have been in a situation where they require a temporary solution.” boilers are essential to building operation.


For that reason, the industry is seeing an increasing interest in temporary plant solutions. the need for temporary heat is evident across many buildings of different natures; from educational to government sites, healthcare, hospitality and industrial. these solutions including temporary boilers provide a quick remedy if and when a boiler or plant room fails, ensuring that a building continues to operate whilst the measures are put in place to rectify the permanent source. Fixing a plant room can take a long period of time which many dwellings can ill-afford. With the likes of temporary


28 June 2021 | FaCtory&hanDlingsolutions


solutions to hand however, challenges are overcome and heat supply is guaranteed. Warne recognises temporary heat’s ability to


bridge this challenge. “in the event of plant room failure, it is damaging and expensive to go without heat even for 12 hours. Without a supply, hotels are at risk of losing a great


degree of money and occupant comfort in care homes is put in jeopardy.” “ideal heat provides a turnkey solution that minimises downtime and gets a building back up and operational,” continues Warne. “temporary heat is only good if it is immediate – at ideal heat we can deliver what is needed and pronto.”


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