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Engineered Designed Systems - Vacuum Vented Radiant Heating Systems. "The Original Dry Tube System". The first and still the best non-condensing vacuum vented system. The Reflect-O-Ray® EDS3.5® system is custom engineered for each application.

Individual Burner Inputs of:
130,000 Btu/Hr - Natural Gas
(Part No's. 0800.NG or 0801.NG)
120,000 Btu/Hr - Propane Gas
(Part No's. 0800.LP or 0801.LP)
105,000 Btu/Hr - Natural & Propane Gas
(Part No's. 0900.NG & 0900.LP)
75,000 Btu/Hr - Natural & Propane Gas
(Part No's. 0875.NG & 0875.LP

Key Benefits

    This patented feature of the Reflect-O-Ray® Infrared Heater increases the efficiency of our infrared radiant tube systems. Our patented Low Mass radiant tubing heats up faster, allowing optimum radiant emitter output faster than any other radiant tube systems available.
    Combustion Research Corporation has always maintained that optimum efficiency is superior to maximum efficiency. This is important to the overall longevity of a radiant tube system. A radiant tube system that continuously produces condensate will increase thermal efficiency by as little as 2% -- however the effects of the extremely corrosive condensate will eventually destroy the radiant tubing. Prudent choices must be made. Disposal of this corrosive, acidic condensate into the community's drain system is not an environmentally sound choice. Heavy walled and glass lined radiant tubing will eventually fail, corrode, and require replacement -- the costs of replacement negate any savings that may have been realized. Combustion Research believes that systems that have "built in" maintenance is counter productive. An "Optimum" radiant tube system design incorporates the highest efficiency while maintaining low maintenance. This "Optimum" design gives the building owner the greatest overall cost savings. Reflect-O-Ray® have been engineered to deliver "optimum" results.
    Reflect-O-Ray® Infrared Heating systems are engineered so that combustion air filters are not required. When filters are not maintained, system failures can occur -- resulting in reduced system effectiveness and the increased potential for failure of the entire Infrared Heating system. The constant replacement cost of filters only adds to the maintenance expense. After all, customers investing in a Infrared radiant heating system for their facility are looking to cut expenses.

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