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What Is A Modulating Tube Heater?

Introduction This month’s Great Lakes Radiant spotlight is the MP Series. Though the MP Series might look like any other low-intensity gas-fired tube heater, it’s what’s on the inside that really makes the difference! Performance Modes This Modulating Plus low-intensity gas-fired tube heater has multiple performance modes to choose from. The Comfort Mode allows the […]

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How Do Radiant Heaters Look?

Introduction Detroit Radiant Products manufactures a wide selection of infrared tube heaters for a variety of applications. The first terms that come to mind when thinking of industrial heating equipment may not be “modern and sleek” or “aesthetically appealing.” But that’s what is so pleasently surprising about Detroit Radiant’s lineup. Great Lakes Radiant and Industrials […]

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Lunch & Learn

The quest for knowledge in 2019 knows no bounds, especially with information readily available at our fingertips via the internet. Still, there’s something to be said for an in-person learning experience. A classroom setting fosters a direct connection with the material and creates a space where questions can be asked, and answered, immediately. Great Lakes […]

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Infrared Radiant Heat vs. Forced Air

There are many things to consider when choosing the right heater to install in a commercial or industrial facility. At Great Lakes Radiant, part of our value added services as your commercial and industrial HVAC experts, includes helping customers make the right choice for their needs. While we sell both Detroit Radiant Products Re-Verber-Air gas-fired […]

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FAQs on AHRI Standard 1330

Radiant Efficiency data has been a missing value in the proper measurement of gas-fired infrared heaters. For far too long the certification and performance values of infrared heaters have been measured by their Thermal Efficiency, a value once derived from the Boiler Industry. With the leadership of the Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), […]

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