Gas Infrared Emitter

Embedded Combustion emitter uses a process where combustion of the gas/air premix initiates 1/8" within the emitter's outer face, while in the presence of thousands of +/-5 micron dia. refractory fibers per square inch. The company reports it is capable of providing up to three times the infrared output per unit of fuel gas input normally found in sintered or knitted metal fiber infrared emitters. Also, it does not produce NOX or CO emissions.

Marsden Inc.
(856) 663-2227