"The thing I like about the heater [VAL6] is that it's quiet and you don't have any fumes. You can leave it in an enclosed building, and can still work and carry on a conversation. You don’t have to be rubbing your eyes a half hour after you're in there because your eyes are burning."
"If I had any recommendation for somebody: don’t wait for cold weather to wish you had one [VAL6]!"
"It’s [VAL6] really helped us in controlling the temperature, and it does it in a short time. The heat up time is faster, and the heat is more distributed."
"It’s [VAL6] cut our heat-up time by almost half, and without the smell and the noise. That’s all productivity. You don’t have to advance plan that much."
"We were introduced to the VAL6 through friends of ours. So we went directly to getting two of those heaters, and they did a wonderful job. We could work down there, scooping out the melted snow, and haul it right out, and not have to worry about having dangerous fumes."
"The VAL6 cut down about four weeks of our construction time, because we were able to go ahead and melt the snow, and get the basement dried out, and go on with the rest of our construction."
"I burn #1 [diesel] in it [VAL6]. I can put it back in the corner of the [uninsulated] calving building, and it will heat up the calving area. So it will definitely keep the chill off. If I’ve got an enclosed building, it will definitely warm it up."
"In our calving operation, we use it [VAL6] extensively, during calving. I also use it in my shop, and I really appreciate the lack of fumes, because of the fact that I can have an enclosed shop, I can kick on, and I don’t have to worry about my eyes burning."
"We like it [VAL6] because it’s portable and quick to move around, and distributes a lot of heat in short order."
Finally, the 2014 VAL6 Vixen calendars are out! As voted by you, their adoring public, these Midwestern cuties grace each page with a different VAL6 heater. Call it a really fun brochure! Not only that: we're using the calendar to raise funds for breast cancer research. So, lend a hand! And make your 2014 a bit "hotter!"