Concept CO2 Heater

  • 230v operation
  • Easy to use
  • Small, Lightweight
  • Allows your CO2 cylinder to be used to it's full potential 
  • Easily connected to both regulator and CO2 cylinder
  • LED to show when in operation

Concept's ViCount and Vulcan oil based smoke generators use an inert gas such as CO2 as a carrier for the smoke fluid when it is passed through the heat exchanger.

The ViCount and Vulcan smoke generators are typically used for large scale exercises and Fire Training applications, where continuous, quality smoke output is required.

When Carbon Dioxide (CO2) passes through the cylinder valve, the gas naturally expands and during this process it becomes significantly cooler.  This can cause the moisture within the CO2 to freeze the regulator, which will restrict the flow of gas or potentially block the system.

Concept's CO2 heater eliminates this effect.

The  heater connects onto the cylinder outlet and the inlet of the regulator directly.

Want more information, advice or prices? email us: info@conceptsmoke.com

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Testimonials

East Sussex County Council

"I was very impressed with the smoke generators provided by Concept Engineering and feel they could be confidently recommended at our group meetings to other tunnel operators who may be contemplating an emergency exercise.

The reaction of the tunnel environmental control system visibility sensors to the smoke was excellent, not only did the fans cut in but the volume of smoke was such that it immediately tripped a high level alarm which additionally sends a signal in the form of a general alarm to the Sussex Police Headquarters.  Had the smoke been generated by a real incident the alarm would have alerted the Police to the problem in the tunnel probably before a call was made from a tunnel emergency phone." 

After Operation Orpheus - Dartford Tunnel