Welcome to CambridgeU, a web-based resource library for our manufacturer rep network!

Our primary goal is to provide resources to new or existing rep partners to grow your expertise on Cambridge, and provide you with the knowledge you need to help sell the Cambridge product lines. Our topics will include a brief history of Cambridge Engineering; overviews of the S-Series/M-Series/SA- Series product lines, tutorials on how to use our web-based tools such as TruBTU, Cal-Q-Heat & Heat Load Analysis, as well as guides on how to best utilize our service offerings. 


This landing page will be updated over Q3 and Q4 of 2017, and new videos will be added from then on as new technologies are added, so make sure to bookmark this page. We will send updates via email when new videos are added. Please feel free to provide feedback to your Regional Manager on how we can improve this experience for you, and what topics you'd like to see.


Cambridge Engineering provides the best heating system at the lowest total cost. Cambridge pioneered the development and application of direct gas-fired space heating technology. Cambridge Engineering is now recognized as the leading manufacturer of high performance, energy efficient industrial heating and ventilation systems with over 2.2 billion square feet heated in recent years. Using efficient and environmentally friendly HTHV heating technologies is a proven way to save energy, reduce air pollution and improve indoor air quality. Cambridge HTHV Space Heaters and makeup air units reduce operating cost and improve indoor air quality for a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications. State-of-the-art Cambridge infrared radiant technology provides energy efficient heat for focused spot heating. Our modern, efficient manufacturing facility includes state-of-the-art computer controlled manufacturing processes, in-house AGA(CSA) Certified Testing Laboratory and advanced R&D Capabilities.

Introduction to Cambridge & Plant Tour

 



When it comes to determining they types of Cambridge Engineering units needed to heat and ventilate a facility, the answer is not always easy. Your clients might have a small building with just basic heating needs. Or they might have a large facility that has mechanical exhaust and you need equipment that provides both exhaust replenishment and heating. Either way, knowing and understanding the features and benefits of each product can help you help your client determine which unit or combination of units is their best fit.


Which Heater Do I Need?

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S-Series Features & Benefits