Fitting a heater to a crane operators cab can make the crane operators work a lot more comfortable in the winter and in cold weather. A Propex propane (LPG) thermostatically controlled, automatic, blown air space heater can easily keep the cab at the optimum temperature. This cab furnace will help reduce fatigue and help boost productivity and of course help keep the operator healthy. Our heaters are very compact and are normally easy to position in the cab as well as the seperate thermostat which can be fitted at arms length from the operator, making it easy for him/her to adjust to their personal preference.
The HS2000 is a dependable and efficient space heater, ideal for crane cabs.
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Safety is always our priority at Propex. The external exhaust vent means that no dangerous gases are ever pumped into the cab. Just hot air. Sophisticated automatic safety sensors will also make sure that the heater is working flawlessly and in the unlikely event of an issue, the heater will shut down.
Economical & Efficient
Propex LPG heaters offer tremendous savings when compared to other cab heaters. The highly tuned, energy-efficient design means that our heaters offer thrifty performance from inexpensive propane bottles. Cost-efficient these heaters are proven to cut costs dramatically compared to other designs and help you save on running costs. The reliable performance also helps with reducing costly maintenance or breakdowns.
Propex heaters are precision engineered, manufactured to exacting standards and laboratory tested. They are rugged, tough, durable and dependable heating systems, which means they are suitable for normal vehicle usage as well as demanding marine applications. This makes them ideal for use on construction sites as well as for grueling manufacturing applications.
One short-tempered, and particularly angry Canadian crane operator, beat his Propex heater with a club hammer and threw it from his cab. The poor heater’s crime? It had stopped working after he had draped his soaking wet jacket over it, flooding the electronics. The heater, still mangled but once dry, started working again!