There is no company that works harder to drive more value to its customers then Thermal Intelligence.Dave Bohne, Founder, NeuroStrategy
When a heater stops heating – time is of the essence. Every second that passes without heat can create massive project risks.
That’s why we created our SmartTalk technology.
Our heaters wirelessly submit error codes to you and your team that tell you what the problem is, where it is, and when it happened.
And this all happens the before there’s a problem – reducing risk.
While other heaters waste precious time, labor, and money waiting for your team to come and find out that there’s a problem…
Our heaters take initiative, and tell you.
Finally, you can have peace of mind when it comes to heat, so you can focus more on bigger and better things.
Because traditional heating solutions are so unreliable – you need to constantly monitor them.
That means having dedicated team members patrolling your heaters, ensuring they haven’t broken down yet again.
We solved this problem in two ways:
They wirelessly transmit an alert, and you get an instant notification, email, text, or call from our central dispatch that tells you and your team when & where there’s a problem, before it happens.
The tougher the terrain, the more important it is to know there’s a problem the instant it happens.
Because our SmartTalk technology alerts you as soon as an issue arises – that makes it the safest, most risk-free designed heater in the world.
No matter where your project site is, no matter how extreme the conditions – you can count on Thermal Intelligence heaters.
Remote Temperature Monitoring:
With an optional add-on, our heaters automatically regulate the internal temperature of the structure they’re heating. As temperatures can easily change 20 degrees C in a single day, this option allows your heaters to adjust dynamically – eliminating the risk of cold on the downside and saving fuel on the upside.
Tri-Color Safety Beacon:
We make it simple to know, at a glance, how our heaters are performing. Green means all is well. Yellow means the heater is still operational, but needs to be checked on. Red means the unit is down. Easy peasy, right?
And more – Reach out to discover how we meet safety standards with flying colors, and reduce risk in your work sites.
If you have always done it that way, it is probably wrong.Charles Kettering
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