Cambridge Engineering | Energy Efficient Gas Space Heaters

By: Cambridge Engineering  09-12-2011
Keywords: Heating Systems, Boat Storage, Space Heaters

Cambridge Space Heating Systems are designed to meet a building's heat and air load requirements. Our unique Blow-Thru design, with 160°F maximum temperature rise and discharge temperature, delivers more usable heat and thermal comfort with minimal temperature variation throughout the heated space. Genuine Cambridge Space Heaters are 40% to 70% more energy efficient than all other types of indirect and direct gas-fired systems used to heat large commercial and industrial buildings.


  • 200 to 3,400 MBH
  • Up to 14,400 CFM
  • Natural Gas, LP Gas or Propane Air Burners


  • Warehouses
  • Distribution Centers
  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Indoor Sports Facilities
  • Boat Storage Buildings
  • Auto Dealership Service Bays
  • Aircraft Hangars/Service Areas
  • Wastewater and Sewage Treatment Facilities

Keywords: Boat Storage, Heating Systems, Indoor Sports, Space Heater, Space Heaters

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