Roberts Gordon has been a leader in the radiant heating business for over 50 years. Infrared heating product line includes everything from a compact, plug-and-play residential infrared heater to a fully-engineered and designed radiant tube heating systems. With such a wide range of styles to choose from, there is an infrared heater suited to heat for your building. Flexible design layout options allow for full heat coverage for each application.
Infrared heaters provide a quiet, clean and comfortable draft-free environment. Heaters are energy efficient and easy to install. Let us help you select the right infrared tube heater for your application - contact us or find your local representative to purchase.
Infrared heaters heat similar to the rays of the sun, warming the surface of the earth. As the sun shines on the earth, infrared rays are absorbed by objects and people. With people and objects retaining the absorbed heat, additional heat is released back into the space through radiation. With infrared operating and the constant cycle of heated people and objects, ambient temperature is maintained with minimal heat loss.
Burner with Tube Gasket
Burner box contains electrical components and functions as the brain of the infrared heater
Provided in 10 foot lengths, always the first tube after the burner
Hot rolled, heat treated aluminized or double-coated porcelain; supplied in 10 foot lengths
Offered in aluminum or stainless steel, allows radiant heat to reflect down and heat the space
Tube and Reflector Hanger with Clamp Package
Reflector hanger closest to the burner, positioned no more than 4" away from the burner
Tube and Reflector Hanger
Remaining reflector hangers spaced appropriately to support the infrared heater
Reflector Support Strap & Wire Form
Reflector support stabilizes reflector from underneath the tube, minimizing vibration
Reflector End Cap
Reflector end cap provides the finishing touch on the infrared system
Attach vent cap at flue and air inlet with vent adapter, when required
Vent adapter connects radiant tubing to the vent stack
Coupling Assembly with Lock
Coupling allows multiple tubes to attached together tightly and securely
Turbulator installed in the last section of minimum heat exchanger; reduces heat loss