Building site heating: Building dryers and varnish dryers
Sensible use of shortwave heating systems on building sites
Infrared heaters for construction sites: Drying varnish and buildings with cost-efficient infrared technology
BURDA shortwave infrared technology is perfectly suited for drying and warming building materials. Since infrared heaters provide continuous and instant heat, any kind of drying on building sites can be accomplished rapidly. Builders, site managers, architects and other stakeholders in the building sector rely on the efficient and cost-saving infrared dryers by BURDA PerfectClime.
Contact us for a free consultation about our models for varnish drying, building drying and surface heating. We offer convincing solutions for efficient, energy-saving and flexible heating on building sites.
Infrared heater TERM2000 CVH for varnish and building drying
The compact building drier sends infrared rays directly to the varnished surface to be dried. As a result of the surface warming up, varnish is dried quickly and thoroughly. The same applies to paint. For timeous paint and varnish drying a heater or heater system can be used on extensive surfaces. The heater can simply be plugged into a common 230 Volt household socket. The infrared drier for varnish and paint is immediately ready for operation and speeds up drying processes while saving electricity.
Building drying with infrared shortwave technology
Whether plastering walls, wallpapering or laying floor screed – our innovative heater systems offer uncomplicated solutions for building drying. The infrared heaters are easy to handle and can be mounted on a tripod or fixed to a wall or ceiling for longer use, such as a building project during winter.
Incidentally, our powerful infrared driers not only dry material but also create pleasant temperatures for the builders on site.
Varnish drying, building drying or area heating with BURDA infrared technologies constitute an environmentally sensible heating solution for commercial and private building sites–and are thus more than convincing from an economic point of view as well.