With the AC1100 Ground Heater you can keep winter’s icy grip from freezing you out of construction jobs. The unit comes with 1,100 feet of heat transfer hose and can push 126,000 BTUs per hour using propylene glycol fluid heated to 180 degrees Fahrenheit. The hoses can be placed in any configuration and thaw up to 1,650 square feet of frozen ground at a rate of one foot deep per day. They can also heat up to 2,200 square feet of ground to prepare for concrete placement, prevent frost penetration or cure concrete. Digital temperature controls adjust the heat output to match the desired concrete curing rates. The AC1100 can also be used as a temporary heat source for buildings and heat up to 6,000 square feet of workspace with the addition of a Vulcan air heater.
Turn up the heat on winter
December 11, 2002