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Six temporary heating myths that cost your plant money

Six temporary heating myths that cost your plant money

With fall comes relief from summer’s brutal heat — and the need to plan for cold weather issues

Cold temperatures can affect worker safety and productivity, production capacity and rates, product quality and mix, production schedules and a company’s ability to seize market opportunities.

Temporary heating solutions can give manufacturers increased control over seasonal variability, especially when capital expenditure budgets have been eliminated. At times, however, preconceived notions about temporary heating equipment may prevent plant personnel from utilizing technologies that can help them realize financial gains and competitive advantages.

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Six temporary heating myths that cost your plant money

This article looks at six common views about temporary industrial heating systems and answers them with real-world examples