Drugasar was set up in 1975 to sell and maintain DRU heaters throughout the UK. The name was an acronym for DRU, gas and air, and its offices were established in Manchester, where the company still is today.
Since its original introduction to the UK in 1951, Drugasar has supplied heaters to over 5000 churches and associated buildings, as well as thousands more schools, MOD properties, local government offices and other commercial premises.
Some more unusual applications have included lighthouses, zoos, racecourses, buses, trains and even a butterfly farm!
DRU fires can be found in Windsor Castle, the Sandringham Estate, Charterhouse School, Coalbrookdale Church in Ironbridge and the famous Jamaica Inn in Cornwall.
DRU is approved according to the latest ISO 9002 quality accreditation regulations. In addition, all DRU products are CE approved and subject to annual inspection by BSI.