Demand radiant heating system

  • US RE37,636 E1
  • Filed: 10/10/1996
  • Issued: 04/09/2002
  • Est. Priority Date: 06/15/1993
  • Status: Expired due to Term
First Claim
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1. A demand radiant heating system comprising:

  • an elongated radiant heating tube having an inlet end and an exhaust end;

    a burner tube connected to said inlet end of said radiant heating tube;

    a housing defining an air tight compartment connected to said burner tube, a blower for continually forcing air into said air tight compartment;

    a burner at least partially disposed in said burner tube, said burner having an inlet end to receive air and fuel, means for mixing air and fuel, and an exit end for emitting the air/fuel mixture for combustion closely adjacent thereto; and

    single fuel means disposed in said air tight compartment and operatively connected to said inlet end of said burner for providing regulation of fuel to said burner at a plurality of predetermined pressures for demand heating, whereby fuel and air is mixed and burned by said burner to heat said radiant heating tube and exhaust gases exit said exhaust end; and

    temperature means connected to said fuel means for triggering said predetermined pressures at a plurality of temperature settings.

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