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Infrared heat waves are long electromagnetic waves located very near the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum which can give off a large amount of heat that is easily absorbed by many surfaces when directed using a reflective shield. Read More…

Radiant Gas Heaters Radiant gas heaters use electromagnetic radiation, or invisible infrared light, generated from a gas flame to heat objects, materials or spaces.
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Pompton Lakes, NJ  |  800-616-2601

Solar Products is a company that manufactures electric infrared heaters, furnaces and quartz products for the OEM market. We offer various models of infrared heaters—metal/glass/koramic face heaters, opaque fused quartz face heaters, quartz composite face heaters, specialty heaters, quartz tubes.

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Hawthorne, NJ  |  833-683-6379

IR Thermal Systems has been the leader in offering a complete range of electrical and gas powered heating systems that do not merely conform to the highest standards, but define those standards today. Our unique approach of carefully assessing each individual customer’s needs and custom tailoring the equipment to satisfy those requirements has resulted in a long list of satisfied customers and a history of steady growth for the company.

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IR Thermal Systems, LLC $$$

Buffalo, NY  |  800-828-7450

Roberts-Gordon sells and installs infrared heating products including infrared heaters and gas infrared heaters. Roberts-Gordon introduced the first vacuum-assisted, low-intensity, gas-fired infrared heater system. Providing "Quality in Any Language™" since 1963, so call us today!

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Roberts-Gordon, LLC $$$

Alpharetta, GA  |  800-241-0412

Since 1947, we have been known for our process heating and control products. But, did you know that we also make custom and standard radiant infrared heater elements, infrared panels and replacement panel reflectors? CLEPCO offers infrared quartz radiant elements 24-72" in length (12" increments).

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Produced by a natural gas flame, the infrared waves in radiant heaters give off radiant heat which is then absorbed by objects and surfaces without needing a medium or air molecules for transportation. Therefore, infrared heat can penetrate materials and gases more easily than typical convection heaters, and more efficiently than UV lamps which require light waves to effectively heat an object. Gas heaters use the heat energy from a gas flame and convert it into infrared electromagnetic radiation through filaments, tubes, or ceramic heat exchangers combined with a series of reflectors to direct the resulting heat.

The heating element is contained within a radiating tube typically made from glass, ceramic or metal. Due to this, gas heaters are sometimes referred to as tube heaters. Some radiant gas heaters may combine fans and air movement to redistribute heated air molecules and spread heat around a room faster, and other models may include a temperature detector, cooling options to allow for cryogenic use, weatherproof capabilities such as corrosion resistance materials etc.

Unlike other methods of heating, infrared light causes an immediate source of heat and removes the existence of a lag between turning the heater on and feeling its effects. It is especially useful in processes such as outdoor heating due to its ability to heat objects and surfaces rather than simply air molecules. Due to their high level of energy efficiency, infrared heaters are considered a "green" or environmentally sustainable method of creating heat. Using radiant gas heating in the place of regular forced air heaters in heating, drying and curing applications has a large number of benefits, both environmentally and economically.

Common uses for radiant gas heating include: room or space heaters, industrial uses such as plastic welding, curing, and drying of coatings or in glass processing. Further advantages to using infrared heaters include: the overall heat of the element being lower in infrared heaters results in a decreased risk of fire or burning. Furthermore, as infrared heaters do not rely on air molecules to transport heat and instead actually heat the object, or the air, heating patterns are more uniform throughout the space being heated, again using less energy and saving money.

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