Air-Force Base Gets Ready for Winter:

Air-Force Base Gets Ready for Winter:

When things start to get cold in aircraft hangers there is normally a lot of space to heat up! With winter on the way All Seasons Hire has been busy helping to prepare for cold snaps at one of the UK’s largest military air bases. Indirect Heating has been installed together with Portable fully bunded fuel tanks at several large warehouses and hangers. Andy Hamilton Commercial Director for All Seasons Hire stated “we have been working hard to install a significant number of portable indirect heating systems in MOD facilities. Normally thePortable Heating is installed in October ensuring that things are in place ready for any potential cold weather. The portable Indirect Heaters will stay on site throughout the winter, keeping men and machinery at the correct temperature”.
All Seasons Hire has a large hire fleet of Portable Indirect Diesel Oil Heaters and Portable Boilers. The Indirect Heaters range from 30kW to 200kW. For larger projects the Portable Boilers can be use; the boilers are containerised, or fully mobile. They are capable of delivering duty from 100kW to 550kW, however larger duty can be delivered by using multiple containerised units. Hot Water and Heating can be delivered via existing pipe-work; or for heating or drying only the Portable Boilers can be connected via flexible hoses to Air Handling Units; these AHU’s are available with individual Heating and Cooling duty ranging from 15kW to 300kW.
All Seasons Hire provides a wide range of Portable Air Conditioning, including Water Cooled Split Units, Portable Chillers with duty up 550kW, Air Handling Units and Evaporative Coolers. The Portable Heating range includes Electric 110v, 230v and three phaseHeaters, Direct Fired Gas Heaters, Indirect Gas and Oil Heaters and Portable Boilers. All Seasons Hire also has a wide range of Portable Dehumidifiers and Portable Building Dryers for Hire.
For more detail cal 08000 082 8001 or visit www.allseasonshire.com

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