Guardian - Forced Air Heaters
The direct-fired L.B. White Guardian is designed to protect poultry growers’ investments when the weather turns cold. Guardian poultry complex heaters and pullet house heaters provide consistent, dependable heat that helps control poultry building temperature. Guardian heaters can be used in all poultry production environments and phases including breeding, laying, and meat-bird production.L.B. White is the pioneer in direct spark heaters. Years of perfecting every aspect of our design has led to our reputation for reliability, durability and serviceability.
Key Features of L.B. White Guardian Forced Air Chicken and Poultry Heaters
- 250,000 and 325,000 Btu/h
- Propane and natural gas configurations
- Spark, hot surface or pilot light ignition types
- Variable or fixed rate heat output
- Advanced Service Saver (a built-in electronic diagnostic feature)
- Solid case construction
- Indoor or outdoor installation
Guardian forced air heaters integrate with all major poultry house control systems, including:
- BIG DUTCHMAN - VIPER
- and more
Advanced Service Saver and Guardian Forced Air Chicken and Poultry Heaters
Guardian poultry heaters for chickens, turkeys, and ducks also include a unique, built-in Advanced Service Saver diagnostic feature that simplifies troubleshooting and helps keep your heater running when you need it the most. The ignition control module in Guardian heaters is self-diagnostic. If a problem exists, a red LED light on the module will flash a specific pattern depending upon the problem that is diagnosed. If the light flashes, the flash pattern will be followed by a pause and then a repeat of the flash pattern until the problem is corrected. Flash patterns are provided in the heater service guide.
Certifications of Guardian Chicken and Poultry Heaters
L.B. White Guardian heaters that help producers control poultry house climates are available in CSA U.S. and Canada certified models, as well as CE Type certified and other international configurations and certifications.