Bromic Heaters

Bromic Heating’s range provides convenient heating solutions for your home and business. Our range of heaters set the industry benchmark for outdoor heating with stylish good looks and world-first innovation. This guide will take you through the questions you need to answer when deciding on a heating unit that will best suit your needs. The first question you must ask yourself before deciding on a heater is Gas or Electric? The factors that play a role in this decision include


Platinum Smart-Heat Gas

Platinum Gas Smart Heat
  • Wind resistance of up to 11mph
  • This unit can be wall or ceiling mounted
  • The units are available in the 500 series which can approximately heat 200 ft² and 300 series which can approximately heat 120 ft²
  • Units comes with the added benefit of being attached to a rotating bracket which allows for directional heating
  • Units can all be wired to a smart control system, and come with the added benefit of automatic re-ignition

Tungsten Smart-Heat Gas

Tunsten Gas Smart Heat
  • This unit can be wall or ceiling mounted
  • The units are available in the 500 series which can approximately heat 200 ft² and 300 series which can approximately heat 120 ft²
  • Units comes with the added benefit of being attached to a rotating bracket which allows for directional heating
  • Able to withstand winds of up to 7mph
  • Units can all be wired to a smart control system, and come with the added benefit of automatic re-ignition

Tungsten Smart-Heat Electric

Tunsten Electric Smart Heat
  • This unit can be wall or ceiling mounted, pole suspended or recessed
  • The unit provides efficient directional spot heating
  • The bracket on this unit allows for 60° of motion from top to bottom

FAQs

Do you have the required plumbing and wiring for the unit?

  • If you are unable to connect to inbuilt gas plumbing, then electric is the best option for you.
  • The gas units can be connected to either propane or natural gas.

Do you have the required clearances?

Our recommendations for gas units are as follows:

  • 3ft 6" clearance from the ceiling (1ft 2" with deflector)
  • The clearance from the floor is 8ft

Our recommendations for electric units are as follows:

  • 10" clearance from the ceiling
  • The clearance from the floor is 8ft

Once you figure out if gas or electric is the option for you, you can then decide between our Platinum Smart-Heat or Tungsten Smart-Heat options.

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