Benefits of a natural gas infrared heating system

Designed for large spaces, the natural gas infrared heating system instantly creates a sense of warmth thanks to radiation. Suspended from the ceiling, the high-intensity infrared heating unit is perfect for open spaces with high ceilings; the low-intensity unit transfers heat directly to people and objects without wasting energy on heating the surrounding air. Ideal for keeping your occupants comfortable in ventilated spaces. Warmer, faster, more economical. The natural gas infrared heater is by far the most effective solution for your company, combining the rapid heating of natural gas with an efficient method of heat transmission: radiation.

Reduce your energy costs

Cheaper than fuel-oil - Lower your energy bill by installing a natural gas infrared heating system. Not only is natural gas more powerful than fuel-oil, it also costs less.

Consume less, spend less - Realize substantial gains in energy efficiency with a natural gas infrared heating system, which is more efficient than a unit heater because it heats matter, not the surrounding air.

Chart comparing annual energy costs3 equivalent to 12,755 m3 (100% heating) which represents energy consumption for a small garage, a gas station or a small warehouse.

Choose performance

Choose a powerful and efficient technology known for the intensity of its heat. There are several options for infrared heating systems, including low and high-intensity units, ideal for heating large spaces: railway stations and bus terminals, warehouses, garages, gymnasiums, sports arenas and production sites.

See Data Sheet - Low-intensity (PDF)
See Data Sheet (PDF) - Infrared high-intensity

Choose the reliability of Énergir's network

By opting for natural gas, you are choosing Énergir’s reliable and secure distribution network! One of the most modern in North America, it meets the Canadian gas industry’s strictest standards and is monitored day and night, 365 days a year.

1. According to the prices in effect from July 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022. Based on Énergir rates approved by the Régie de l’énergie; takes into account base electric consumption and rack price of oil with 2% sulfur including, in particular, transport, distribution and CATS.