Outdoor Heating Uses

  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Patios & balconies
  • Stations
  • Food stalls
  • Stadiums
  • Amusement parks
  • Golf Driving Range
  • Event venues


  • Extend the Outdoor Season
  • Extend your restaurant or pub areas
  • Attract and keep your customers
  • Get happier in nature
  • Stylish and aesthetic centerpiece for your entertainment area
  • Safe to Operate
  • An affordable Luxury
  • Profitable and good ROI
  • Heaters take up zero floor space



The infrared waves that are emitted work right away to heat up surrounding objects. These waves are absorbed by the human body and make you feel warmer with direct contact. It is possible to keep a patio area pretty warm with the use of one or more patio heaters.

  • Two Models: 10kW/3.2m and 30kW/5.2m.
  • Stainless Steel Housing and reflector.
  • Direct spark igniting system.
  • 220V or 110V to 24V transformer.
  • Low noise combustion fan.
  • Visible flame glass.
  • Combination stabilized gas valve with 100% safety shut-off.
  • Heat-treated aluminum radiating tube.
  • Wind resistant up to 12 mph.
  • Enhance efficiency of baffles.
  • Stainless steel hanger.
  • Power and operation indicator.
  • Easy maintainance of buckle design.
  • Decorative grill.

Patio heaters are selected based on two major factors:

  • Infrared heating comfort: consider heater installation height, outside temperature and wind speed
  • Infrared heating coverage: The heating coverage is proximately two times width of the height of heater and 1.2 times length of the heater.
  • Safe placement: minimum clearance to combustibles to be complied with, according to each manufacturer.
  • Safe Surroundings: Never place anything above or below your patio heater or check the manufacturer’s recommended inches of clearance, which varies according to the number of BTUs the heater radiates.
  • Fuel Safety: Patio heaters that use natural gas offer a more cost-effective alternative to heaters that use propane tanks. However, it is essential that you have the heater connected to the natural gas line by a professional. 
  • Weather Protection: There is nothing more dangerous to a patio heater than wind. You can protect your patio heater from the wind by placing it in a location that has less exposure. Chain installation is prohibited in windy conditions.



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