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NEW ELECTRIC BLOWER HEATER DESIGNED TO MINIMISE FIRE RISK

10-08-2016
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Designed to Australian standards and built by Active Air Rentals, the construction of this new EBH emphasises safety and quality components.

EBH models made with inferior cheap components and poor design after long periods of continued operation can fail due to parts breaking down or burning out which also poses huge safety risks.

Active Air Rentals’ new Australian design and built EBH addresses these concerns, looking out for the Aussie consumer.

“We were tired of hearing about cheap components failing in current EBH models. These inferior parts aren’t able to handle the heat produced when these units are operating and would often burn out, causing the EBH to fail and posing a potential fire risk,” explains Brad Sweeny, Director of Active Air Rentals.

With increasing frustration about reliability and safety concerns arising from some of the inferior EBH models that are currently in the market, Active Air Rentals tasked themselves with designing a more reliable and safer model built in Australian to Australian safety standards using well-established components.

Active Air Rentals heavily invest in product innovation and research with over $3 million spent in the last financial year. Their in-house engineering team had the confidence they could design and build a safer product for their customers, one they could be confident would operate without components burning out.

The new 21kW EBH developed by Active Air Rentals includes safety features setting itself apart from inferior models in the market.

It features a 5-minute timer that ensures the fan cools the unit down for 5 minutes once the unit is switched off, indicator lights to provide simple fault finding when something is not running correctly, and the use of high-quality switch gear that can handle higher temperature overload.

"With the safety enhancements we've made to our EBH's, we stand behind our product with 100% confidence, knowing our customer have a quality heating solution designed and built in-house using well-established components and that we have vigorously tested" Brad says.

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