At Bromic Heating, we understand that every venue is unique in design. This requires flexible mounting options to ensure the correct balance between form vs. function is achieved.
Currently in the market the standard installation for outdoor gas heaters is wall mounted. Wall mounting is a suitable option when you have the appropriate ceiling clearances and wall location that will allow you to project heat to your desired area. However, often we have found our customers saying that seating layouts and outdoor areas are designed to be open and unobtrusive resulting in less available walls to mount gas heaters. So, what is the solution when gas is the right choice for your project?
Understanding your mounting option and minimum clearances are critical. At Bromic our in-house engineering team have beautifully designed & engineered a variety of gas mounting solutions to suit almost any outdoor environment, design and style.
Gas Mounting Solutions
Minimum Mounting Clearances for Gas Heaters*
^ Note: Heat Deflectors and ceiling poles are sold separately. Please contact Bromic Heating design service specialists for tailored solutions and information for your specific project here.
*Minimum clearance are in specific reference to Bromic’s Platinum Smart-heat Gas range
When considering any of these mounting options Bromic always advise on appropriate clearances required to get the best out of your heaters. Some other clearances you should consider are;
- Side of heater to side wall: 3’ min.
- Wall mounted heaters – 8’ min. in between each heater (on center)
- 15’ min. when heaters are directly facing each other
- 3’ min. from TVs, lights, ceiling fans & other combustibles
Being a genuine Bromic part, our mounting solutions have been designed to work together with our heaters to provide a solid, stable & aesthetically pleasing installation solution for your projects. Learn how others have used our mounting solutions to enhance their outdoor spaces.
If you are interested in discussing any of your projects with our heating specialists, they will be more than happy to help with any questions you may have. Get in touch with our heating specialists via linkedIn, contact us online or send an email to email@example.com
- On February 6, 2018