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Industrial Infrared Panel Heaters

Gas Fired Industrial Infrared Panel Heaters

Gas-fired infrared heaters are indirectly fired and have a radiating surface between the combustion and intended load.

Low intensity infrared, a flame is ignited within an exchanger, heating it to temperatures of up to 1350°F and emitting infrared energy. This energy is directed through reflectors to the floor level and absorbed by people and objects in its path. The burner/combustion end produces more heat than the exhaust end, but our well-designed units minimize this temperature difference.

Gas-fired, high-intensity heaters are direct-fired, passing an air/gas mixture through a porous, refractory material, which ignites evenly across the surface.

This surface is heated to temperatures of 1350°F or above, emitting a large concentration of infrared energy that can be directed anywhere you need heat. High-intensity infrared heaters typically operate unvented, so your space will need proper ventilation to dissipate combustion gasses that are released.


Gas Fired Medium Wave Industrial Infrared Panel Heaters are medium wave, fast heat up and cool down panel type heater which is powered by natural gas.

The gas air mixture is fed into the heater housing from back and generates medium wavelength energy on the low mass ceramic matrix of the heater.

While these industrial infrared panel heaters do not offer the same level of control as their electric counterparts, they are still extremely efficient - both from an energy transfer and cost perspective.


Emitter Temperature925°C (1700°F) / Peak wavelength 2.2 microns
Maximum Energy Density55, 000 BTU/square foot input
Gas Pressure2 PSI minimum
Power Modulation4:1 turn down ratio
Fast Heat Up And Cool DownHeat up: 3 seconds / Cool down: 1 second
High Energy DensityLess space required. Suitable for high temperature applications such as curing PTFE on fiberglass
Fast ResponseSuitable for web applications such as paper and textile
Face Up, Face Down Or Vertical OrientationSuitable for multiple processes
Multiple Zone OptionsBetter uniformity of heat on the product
Energy EfficientRecaptured heat from products of combustion can be used to enhance drying