Advanced Infrared Heating Technology
Solaronics high and low intensity infrared tube heaters and ceramic heaters convert a high rate of their input to infrared output. Input energy not converted into infrared is released as convected heat. Depending on the application requirements, our gas infrared heaters can be installed using direct or indirect venting. Unlike unit heaters, that allow heat to rapidly rise to the ceiling, Solaronics tube heaters direct their infrared heat towards the floor, where heat is invariably desired.
The difference between high and low intensity heaters is based on the operation. For example, a high intensity heater’s energy is emitted at a higher amplitude and temperature than a low intensity heater. High intensity heaters are also ventless. Low intensity heaters operate at a lower temperature and may be installed with or without vent depending on the application. Both high and low infrared heaters work well in commercial and industrial applications. Low-intensity heaters may be used in residential garages. Contact us to learn more about which gas infrared heater is better suited for your application.
Solaronics' gas infrared heater lineup offers more than six decades of engineering experience and customer feedback to deliver the most efficient infrared tube heaters in the industry. With the customer service provided by our staff, while working side-by-side with our dedicated distribution network throughout the country, Solaronics offers a truly unique opportunity that sets us apart from our competition. Our design-build services offered for your application are also simply unmatched.