Founded in 1991 our company has developed the experience required to create valuable equipment solutions.  We serve in-demand markets and industries in partnership with a worldwide group of equipment manufacturers. We deliver solutions designed and engineered to perform.


#8, 26004 Township Road 544

Sturgeon County, AB, T8T 0B6​

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Portable Heating Equipment

Built for the Canadian Market.

DRYAIR was founded in 1994 to research and develop potential hydronic heating and cooling applications. The initial product launch, in 1997, was in the agricultural industry with the introduction of an innovative grain drying system. Further innovation has led to a DRYAIR family of portable, hydronic heating systems that provide affordable and reliable climate control solutions to a variety of industries.


DryAir products are designed and made in Canada. 



Green Thaw Systems

Mobile glycol heating trailers designed for ground thawing, concrete curing, and air heating. 


  • Optional 110% fluid containment 

  • CSA Approved design

  • Pateneted Fuel, Air and Glycol heating system

Innovation by Design.

Patented pre heating system makes operation in even the most extreme conditions possible utilizing our glycol, air and fuel preheating system.


  • Pre-heated combustion air to burner module utilizing a glycol to air heat exchanger

  • Fuel line heating ensures proper atomoization and combustion of diesel fuel

  • Electric Glycol heater lets you pull the unit from the yard - pre heat for 20 mintes - fire up and walk away - no need to pull unit into the shop for a warmup / cold starting and adding additional strain on components. 


Glycol flow reversal system keeps curing and thawing even: