The Val 6 MPX
MPX is the reflection of 35 years of technological advancement. Combining two worlds, infrared and convectional heating system, the MPX with its compact size can still be used for commercial grade applications as well as applications requiring limited space.
Heat from air and radiant energy resulting in the highest efficiency heater, the MPX. MPX equips a larger radiation disk and improves combustion efficiency by 13% and is able to provide more heat further away compared to the Daystar.
KBE5S’ state of the art combustion chamber enables virtually 100% fuel to energy conversion. This translates to clean, odorless, smokeless operation and, more importantly, fuel savings.
Impervious to nature’s elements (wind, rain, and snow), the KBE5S is able to transfer infrared heat directly to the object without any loss of heat or air movement. Safety features include a tip over sensor and an overvoltage detector.
If you could keep any environment comfortably warm and toasty all winter while paying significantly less in heating costs than you did the previous winter, would you do it?
Of course you would–and with recent advances in infrared heat technology making it possible for radiant heat to penetrate objects more effectively, you won't want to miss taking advantage of the new, natural gas-fueled VAL 6 GN5 and propane-powered VAL 6 GP5/GN5 heaters from A-1 Infrared this winter.
According to A-1 Infrared owner Bill Guditus, “These heaters are so efficient and clean burning that we are using the exhaust as part of the heat output. It's such a revolutionary concept that adds virtually no moisture to the workplace environment.”
The new GN5/GP5 heaters connect to an external tank for extended run times and use around one-third of the fuel consumed by conventional heaters. Costing less than $3500, these natural gas/propane gas radiant heaters utilize professionally designed chambers that create an environment inductive to a nearly perfect air/fuel combination. Additionally, sun-like heat emitted by VAL 6 GP5/GN5 radiant heaters radiate widely and reach absorption temperatures of around 1000 to 1400 degrees.
“We are selling VAL 6 GP5/GN5 heaters to businesses up and down the Northeast,” says Guditus. “With oil costs racing upwards again, natural gas and propane heaters are making more and more sense for the coming winter. Depending on your usage, they could pay for themselves in a season.”
Infrared Heat vs Forced Air Convection Heat
In contrast, forced air convection heat wastes energy by rising immediately upon making contact with air. Consequently, this type of heat is much less economical and less effective at warming objects, enclosed areas, people and animals. Alternately, the VAL 6 GP5/GN5 emits radiant heating supported by infrared technology so that heat remains slightly above ground level and available for objects to absorb and retain.
Notorious for causing unpleasant odors, loud noise levels, and irritating human and animal airways with dust and smoke, convection forced air heaters also emit carbon monoxide that could exceed air quality guidelines. VAL 6 GP5/GN5 radiant heaters not only reduce energy costs but also produce negligible amounts of combustion by-products while giving you excellent directional control of instant heat, a quieter operation and a noticeably cleaner burn.
“The technology directs heat where you need it,” says Bill Guditus. “You’re heating surfaces, not the air. Each heater can save you thousands of dollars over a single heating season”.
Uses for the VAL 6 GP5/GN5 Heaters
These state-of-the-art radiant heaters can be used just about anywhere with the exception of residential buildings. In addition to agricultural/livestock buildings and outdoor camping/recreational areas, drywall/masonry contractors, plumbers, painters and road maintenance crews can also benefit from VAL 6 GP5/GN5 heaters.
Visit www.val6heat.com for more details or contact A-1 Infrared Technologies at 631-325-5555.