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WINTER CLIMATE CONTROL MASTER


FROM THE HIRE SUPPLY COMPANY DEHUMIDIFIERS


3 Active carbon filter absorbing unpleasant odour


3 Quiet and simple operation 3 Electronic control panel 3 Compact plastic casing 3 Light, easy to transport


3 Tank full indicator 3 Roto-molded body, easy inspection, easy cleaning


3 On board humidity setting 3 20L/24h – 52L/24h


DIESEL DIRECT HEATERS


3 Stainless steel combustion chamber 3 Housing remains cool to the touch 3 Durable external painted finish 3 Strong and lasting construction 3 Thermally protected motor 3 Safety photocell cut off 3 Electronic flame control 3 Easy maintenance 3 Standard oil tank 3 Easy to move


3 10kW – 111kW PROPANE GAS HEATERS


3 Motor with thermal protection 3 Standard Equipment: LPG pressure reducer with security valve


3 Propane gas hose 1.5mtr 3 Over heat thermostat 3 Variable heat 3 Dual Voltage


3 16kW – 103kW DIESEL IN-DIRECT OIL HEATERS


3 Electronic flame control with photocell 3 Stainless steel combustion chamber 3 Housing remains cool to the touch 3 Oil tank with level indicator 3 Optional room thermostat 3 Strong and long lasting 3 Overheat thermostat 3 Heat exchanger 3 Trolley included 3 High air flow


3 20kW – 150kW ELECTRIC FAN HEATERS


3 Fast and efficient distribution of heat 3 On board thermostsat with provision for remote thermostsat


3 Shock proof components 3 External surface remains cold 3 Robust constuction of thick sheet metal


3 Easily moved 3 3kW – 40kW


DIESEL INFRARED HEATERS


3 Professional oil burner 3 Electronic flame control 3 Safety photocell cut off 3 Oil level indicator 3 Robust construction 3 Easy maintenance 3 Multidirectional


3 Post-ventilation 3 Ceramic fibre combustion chamber


3 Can be connected to an additional room thermostat


3 Radiant heating 3 17kW – 43kW


QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR HIRE AND RESALE


Nationwide: 0845 309 0707 • London: 0208 830 8333 CALL HSC TODAY TO DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS WINTER


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