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Infrared Tube Heater Components

Understanding each part and its significance  

Each part of the infrared heating system plays an important role in the overall operation. From the burner box to the vent cap and everything in between, learn more about each component and its importance. With each infrared tube heater, standard accessories are available to help the infrared tube heater distribute heat more evenly or redirect the heat to certain areas below the heater. 

Major Infrared Components

Burner Tube with Gasket

Burner with Tube Gasket

Burner box contains electrical components and functions as the brain of the infrared heater

Burner Heat Exchanger Tube

Burner Tube

Provided in 10 foot lengths, always the first tube after the burner 

Infrared Tubing

Infrared Tubing

Hot rolled, heat treated aluminized or double-coated porcelain; supplied in 10 foot lengths

Infrared Reflector


Offered in aluminum or stainless steel, allows radiant heat to reflect down and heat the space

Reflector Hanger with Clamp Package

Tube and Reflector Hanger with Clamp Package

Reflector hanger closest to the burner, positioned no more than 4" away from the burner

Reflector Hanger

Tube and Reflector Hanger

Remaining reflector hangers spaced appropriately to support the infrared heater

 Reflector Support Strap

Reflector Support Strap & Wire Form

Reflector support stabilizes reflector from underneath the tube, minimizing vibration

Reflector End Cap

Reflector End Cap

Reflector end cap provides the finishing touch on the infrared system

Infrared Vent Cap

Vent Cap

Attach vent cap at flue and air inlet with vent adapter, when required

Infrared Vent Adapter

Vent Adapter

Vent adapter connects radiant tubing to the vent stack

Infrared Tube Coupling

Coupling Assembly with Lock

Coupling allows multiple tubes to attach together tightly and securely

Infrared Turbulator


Turbulator installed in the last section of minimum heat exchanger; reduces heat loss