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Infrared heaters use electromagnetic radiation from invisible infrared light to heat objects, materials or spaces with the help of a reflective shield. Infrared heat waves are long electromagnetic waves located very near the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum which can give off a large amount of heat that is easily absorbed by many surfaces. Produced by a heating element, the infrared waves give off radiant heat that can heat objects and surfaces without needing a medium or air molecules for transportation.
Gas-Cat Heaters create a flameless reaction to produce infrared energy.
FS Series heaters generate electric medium wavelength infrared energy.
CB Series heaters generate electric long to medium wavelength infrared.
Infraround heaters use 360 degree exposure medium wavelength infrared.
T3/Quartz Heaters produce near infrared short wavelength energy.