Cambridge Standardizes Vertical Space Heaters

After several years of offering its S-Series heater in custom vertical configurations to meet specific customer needs, Cambridge Engineering has standardized the vertical design in three different sizes, along with vertical mounting stands to make installation easier. The S-Series is an HTHV (high temperature heating and ventilation) direct gas-fired space heater that is 40 percent to 70 percent more energy efficient than all other types of indirect and direct gas-fired systems used to heat large commercial and industrial buildings.

“Customers like having the options of both vertical and horizontal units because it gives them the flexibility to place the units in the locations that make the most sense for their facility,” said Randy Niederer, Marketing Director at Cambridge. “With more options for installation, you won’t have to take up valuable interior storage or production space. This makes it ideal for retrofits as well as new facilities.”

Installation choices now include horizontal thru-wall, rooftop, and under roof; and vertical outdoor and indoor. The S-Series is easy to install and start-up because it is compact, lightweight, pre-piped and pre-wired. The vertical stands also come standard now, and make installation faster for contractors.

The new standard vertical heaters are available on three models: S-1850, S-2200, and S-3200. Heating capacities are, respectively: 1.8, 2.2, and 3.2 MBtuh.

The Cambridge S-Series has long been a popular choice for specifying engineers and contractors due to its reliability and high-efficiency, as well as its ability to provide better comfort through de-stratification. It also provides indoor air quality by using 100 percent outside air instead of recirculating stale air.

Cambridge HTHV technology exceeds the Department of Energy’s 90% High-Efficiency gas-fired technology standards, and was the subject of a DOE study that illustrated the superior efficiency of HTHV versus unit heaters.

Common applications for the S-Series include warehouses, distribution centers, manufacturing and assembly plants, indoor sports facilities, automobile dealership service bays, car washes, aircraft hangars, boat storage, waste-water treatment facilities and other commercial and industrial facilities.

Cambridge Engineering has published more than 400 building studies that illustrate the energy savings that occur when replacing other heating sources with Cambridge HTHV technology. Several dozen studies are available online at

Cambridge is an active member of the DOE’s Better Buildings Alliance, an initiative of manufacturers and businesses dedicated to reducing energy consumption in commercial spaces by a minimum of 20 percent by the year 2020.

About Cambridge Engineering, Inc:
Established in 1963, Cambridge Engineering, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of HTHV (high temperature heating and ventilation) direct gas-fired space heaters and makeup air units that save energy, reduce operating costs and safely improve indoor air quality for commercial and industrial facilities. More than two billion square feet of buildings are safely and efficiently heated with Cambridge space heaters. Cambridge supports building owners and facility managers in North America with factory trained sales representatives and service technicians. Cambridge was named the 2016 Manufacturer of the Year by the Missouri Association of Manufacturers, and as a 2016 Top Workplace by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. For more information, visit or call 800-899-1989.

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