Factory Direct Re-Verber-Ray Replacement Parts
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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.
RE-VERBER-RAY HL SERIES TUBE HEATER (Manufactured 05/04/95 to 09/95)
Contact the factory for additional parts.
|Part Description|| Original |
|Pressure Switches||See Below||See Below|
|Wire Harness (Glo-Bar and Flame Rod Only)||TP-214 and TP-222A||TP-214 and TP-222A|
|Relay (Note: This factory installed option is not on all units)||HLRB||TP-825|
|Natural Gas Valve||TP-840||TP-840A|
|Propane Gas Valve||TP-841||TP-841A|
|Flame Rod (whole kit=TP-FRK)3||N/A||Add TP-FRK|
|16″ Burner Tube||TP-202||TP-380|
|Combustion Chamber4, 50-125MBH (Aluminized Steel)||TP-26A||TP-26A|
|Combustion Chamber4, 150-200MBH (Titanium Coated Steel)||TP-26B||TP-26B|
|Combustion Chamber4, 75-150MBH (Stainless Steel)||TP-26E||TP-26E|
|10 ft. Reflector Section||TP-20C||TP-20C|
1 Cross Reference Number (on unit): Mark 17X-24.
2 Circuit board replacement requires the rewiring of the flame rod into remote sense. Consult the factory for assistance.
3 TP-FRK includes the gasket (TP-221), flame rod (TP-222), and flame rod wire (TP-222A).
4 Refers to the first 10′ section of tubing downstream of burner.
|BTU/H Range (x1000)||50-100||125-150||175||200|
|Switch 15||Part Number||TP-264B||TP-264D||TP-264D||TP-264C|
|P. S. Tube Set||TP-AK3||TP-AK3||TP-AK3||TP-AK3|
|Switch 25||Part Number||TP-260F||TP-260F||TP-260G||TP-260G|
|P. S. Tube Set||TP-AK4||TP-AK4||TP-AK4||TP-AK4|
5 Pressure switch #1 is electrically first in the series, and pressure switch #2 is electrically second in the series.