Radiant-tube heating

Combat, radiant heating, space heating, Roberts Gordon

Combat’s multi-burner radiant-tube heating system is available in a wide variety of zoning options. They include herringbone, flag and T configurations. Multiple burners per pump reduce installation costs and the number of building penetrations. The system uses Blackheat burners.

An installation can be fuelled by natural gas or LPG, with inputs ranging from 15 to 50 kW.

U-tube designs can have overall heater lengths from 3.8 to 8.4 m. Linear designs can range from 6.7 to 15.8 m. Double-linear designs can be from 13.5 to 25.7 m.

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