Ducted heat for temporary commercial spaces
Electric, fan-forced portable heaters provide reliable heat to temporary commercial spaces, such as shelters, even spaces or even construction sites, keeping occupants comfortable throughout the coldest months of the year. With their unique ductable design, spaces can easily be temperature controlled without permanently installed heaters. These heaters are located outside of the space, freeing up valuable floor space and eliminating extra noise inside the space.
Uncomplicated to use and easy to move, the simple cord and (typically) plug design means you can take the heater with you from location to location, giving you the flexibility of delivering Clean, Dry Air with No Emissions exactly where you need it, when you need it.
Portable electric heaters can fill nearly every heating application gap, while their durable design makes them a reliable heat source for years of trouble-free operation.
Today’s heaters run on efficient electric heat, using technology such as high-efficiency blowers and remote thermostats to automatically maintain the comfort temperature. They can also be placed outside and draw clean outside and duct clean, dry heat throughout the building.
- Clean Heat: No Emissions
- Produces No Moisture
- Safe Alternative to Propane & Paraffin Systems
- Built-In Accurate Thermostat Control (most Models)
- Proudly Made in USA
Benefits of Temporary Electric Heat
Temporary heaters range in size from small, portable heaters that produce about 10,000 British thermal units (Btus) of heat to large heaters capable of heating large commercial spaces, with energy outputs up to 68,500 Btus. Temporary electric heaters allow construction materials such as floor finishes, drywall, plaster, and paint to dry and cure even during cold weather.
Temporary construction heat can also keep your workers warm and productive. In some regions, codes or safety regulations require that workers have a supplementary heat source when work area temperatures drop below a certain level.
Temporary heat also offers a solution when facilities need to erect temporary structures. During the 2020 pandemic response, for instance, electric temporary heaters were used to heat a range of facilities, from outdoor drive-through testing sites to tented overflow facilities fully ducted to meet air-quality requirements.
“I’m sold on King heaters. I always use them and have never experienced a problem. This is one of those products that has been so reliable I’m simply not going to switch to something I’m unsure about.”
– Dave E. – February 2013