Infrared Heaters

Infrared (or radiant) heaters can work well during the early phases of construction when no electrical power is available or in open or loosely enclosed structures. Fueled by propane or natural gas, INFRA-Series heaters warm people or objects, not the air, even in drafty areas. Typical spot heating applications are in smaller areas such as hi-rise apartments or condominiums. These units can be connected into the smaller natural gas line typically used for a stove or fireplace.
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Radiant Heater for Construction

Equipment Features:

  • Thermostatically controlled
  • Portable, heavy duty frame
  • Lightweight – under 50 lbs
  • Equipped with tip over switch
  • Safety approval, cWHus – Warnock Hersey ANSI Z83.7 2000 CSA 2.14 2000

INFRASeries Application Photos

INFRA-Series Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS INFRA-N INFRA-P
INFRA-N/P INFRA-N/P
BTU/HR 100,000 100,000
FUEL SUPPLY NATURAL GAS
10 PSI
PROPANE
10 PSI
MINIMUM SUPPLY
PRESSURE
7″ W.C. 11″ W.C.
FUEL CONSUMPTION 100 CFH 1.1 GPH
DIMENSIONS
LxWxH (IN)
16x16x35 16x16x35
WEIGHT
(LBS)
47 47