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Infrared Heating from the Ground Up
October 10th, 2018
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location:
Elks Hall
2549 Elliott
Troy, Michigan 48083
United States
Reinhard Hurt, CMS @ rsesdetroit@yahoo.com or 313-350-3031
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Event Details: Come and learn about the difference between High and Low Intensity Infrared Heaters; and the principles of how each operates so you can correctly specify and install new units and troubleshoot problem jobs.  Learn how reflector and tube fiinish affect efficiency; when to use forced versus induced draft systems, and much more.
Chapter Event: Greater Detroit
Speaker: Joseph A. Wortman from Detroit Radiant Products Company, manufactureres of Re-Verber-Ray.
 
 
 
 
 
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