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Re-Verber-Ray Tube Heater Parts

Detroit Radiant Products Company offers the most extensive line of low-intensity infrared radiant tube heaters available. From our award-winning, engineered vacuum systems to our patented, two-stage line of heaters, you’ll find a product that ideally suits your needs. Re-Verber-Ray® low-intensity heaters are a little- to no-maintenance, cost-effective and energy-efficient solution for heating a wide variety of areas.

 

Charts

RE-VERBER-RAY LD SERIES TUBE HEATER (Manufactured 12/12 to 2014)

Reference the Installation Manual for additional parts. Download

Common Components

Part Description Original 
Part Number

Replacement 
Part Number

Fan TP-55A TP-55A
Pressure Switches See Below See Below
Circuit Board1 TP-851 TP-851
Wire Harness TP-852 TP-852
Ignition Device TP-50 TP-50A
Relay (Note: This factory installed option is not on all units.) TP-825 TP-825
40-50MBH Burner TP-1070 TP-1070
Natural Gas Valve TP-840 TP-840A
Propane Gas Valve TP-841 TP-841A
Flame Rod TP-222 TP-222
Indicator Lights TP-828 TP-828
Thermal Fuse TP-1033 TP-1033
Transformer TP-826 TP-826
16″ Burner Tube TP-202 TP-202
Combustion Chamber3 TP-1088 TP-1088
Radiant Tubes TP-1082 TP-1082
10 ft. Reflector Section TP-20C TP-20C
Baffle2 TP-1086 and TP-1083 TP-1086 and TP-1083
     

 

1 Cross Reference Number (on unit): Micro 60-24.

2 A complete baffle section requires one (1) TP-1086 and two (2) TP-1083.

3 Version 12/12 heaters will not mate with 3 inch field tube from any previous version. Consult the factory for additional information.

Pressure Switches

BTU/H Range (x1000) 40 50

Switch 14

Part Number TP-264F TP-264F
X-Ref., IS220- -35051F5132 -35051F5132
Normal Setting Open Open
P. S. Tube Set TP-AK3 TP-AK3

Switch 24

Part Number TP-1060F TP-1060F
X-Ref., IS221-               -13062F5128 -13062F5128
Normal Setting Closed Closed
P. S. Tube Set TP-AK5 TP-AK5
       

4 Pressure switch #1 is electrically first in series, and pressure switch #2 is electrically second in series.