Infrared heating kits sets

Infrared heating kits for equestrian use, stable heating, yard heating and our 'horse solarium' and horse drying set. We've put together a range of infrared heating kits to help you set up your heating system as quickly as possible.
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£ 2,000.00
6.6kW Equestrian 2-Stall 'Premium' IP65 Heating Kit

IP65 rated infrared heating kit, ideal for stable heating and saves you 10% over the standard item prices.


Horse Solarium / Dryer Kit 3x1.3kW

The Horse Solarium / Dryer Kit comprises three S-Dance IP54 1.3kW infrared heaters (with mounting brackets), and Victory dimmer switches, giving fully independent control of the temperature of each heater.


6.0kW Equestrian 2-Stall 'Starter' IP55 Heating Kit (Standard Gold)

Equestrian 2-Stall 'Starter' IP55 Heating Kit


4.5kW Horse Solarium / Dryer Kit 3 x1.5kW

4.5kW Horse Solarium/Dryer Kit 3 x1.5kW

£595.27 £691.11

Infrared heating kits sets

These equestrian horse stable heating kits all use IP55 or higher rated infrared heaters and controller, which means they can be installed either indoors or outdoors without you having to worry about the heaters getting wet. Being waterproof, these kits can also be installed outside, which makes them useful to create a heated outdoor grooming area, or for general heating in part of your yard, or in a wash room, tack drying room, or anywhere else that you need an effective heat source.

The "horse solarium" and horse drying sets utilise a softer glow lamp that is more comfortable for your horse when wet, or if the system is for therapeutic use. 

As a rough quide, we recommend a minimum of two 1.2kW heating elements per horse stable stall, mounted laterally on either side of the stall and angled towards the centre of the stall. For further information, please refer to our FAQ page: Guide to Equestrian Heating. If you have a specific requirement that isn't covered, please do not hesitate to contact us.


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