The company alpha luft & service gmbh is situated in the county of Brandenburg, Germany. We specialise in gas and oil fired air heating systems. We manufacture stationary and mobile air heating units and provide the appropriate training, maintenance and service.

 

With more than 50 years’ experience, we  specialize in highly customized systems. All of our customers look for individual solutions – stationary or mobile.

No matter if extreme frost or high humidity, we manufacture the system that meets your circumstances.

OUR UNITS ARE MADE FOR:

  • mining industry
  • oil & gasexploitation
  • logistic & exhibition halls
  • grain drying
  • churches
  • event pavillions
  • green houses
  • etc…

We create systems with a heat output of 10 kW to 1250 kW. Our customers meet severe working conditions on site. All technology and equipment must be able to resist extreme frost, storm or high humidity while operating reliably at full capacity. Our AHC heating container is designed and constructed for reliable operation in remote areas with extreme weather conditions. It is engineered for efficient performance at ambient temperatures between -45°C and +45°C.

Furthermore, we maintain systems made by the German brand Heylo® and deal with the original spare parts.

I look forward to be challenged by your circumstances!

Kind regards,

Michael Apelt
Director & owner
m.apelt@alphaluft.de
+ 49 (0) 170 93 66 307

 

 

 

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The continuous developement of our Hot Air Heating Systems is confinanced by the European Regional Developement Fund Brandenburg.

Made to face severe conditions


One of our AHC 900 (900 kW) Heating Containers at a Russian gasexploitation rig.

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Hot Air Heating Systems

  • flexible and efficiant heating for large areas
Catalogue and Gross Price List 2013

Mobile Air Heating Container AHC 400 – 1250

  • made to face severe condititions
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Since 2009, 70 AHC heating containers have been put into operation. They run mainly in Siberia and work reliably since start up. Some of them faced ambient temperatures down to -65°C without any trouble.