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April 21, 2017 • By Dennis Beaver
Chances are that if you heard someone say “Bromic” you would think that it was a disease, as in “I had a really bad case of Bromic.” In fact, that’s precisely what Hanford readers Nick and Nanci Groenenberg wound up with, as you will see, dealt with in a completely inexcusable manner by one of Australia’s premier manufacturers of outdoor heating, The Bromic Group.
Their story begins three years ago in early February when the couple attended The World Ag Expo in Tulare. This international trade fair includes exhibits in a series of canvass pavilions–which are very large tents.
While strolling through one of these chilly pavilions, the couple suddenly felt a great deal heat coming from one exhibit. The source of the heat was the Bromic Tungsten Portable Infra-Red Radiant heater.
As infra-red heats people and objects, but not air, these types of heaters are commonly used for restaurant outdoor patio applications. Most on the market are mushroom shaped, not energy efficient and only have about a three foot radius of effective heating…click here to read more