heatinjector

269 Thunder Ridge Drive 30101 Acworth, GA
Phone: (770) 529-5640

Accessories


Heat Management Options

Air Shell

The Air Shell is an accessory that is used when the treatment area has only one entrance, typical in apartments and hotels.  The Air Shell creates an airtight “shell” around the control panel and keeps the motors from being exposed to the heat by drawing in fresh air for combustion from outide the heat treatment area. 

Once the Air Shell is installed, a 12” flexible duct is connected to to draw fresh air from the nearest window so the dedicated combustion blower can draw in the required fresh air for an optimal air to fuel ratio. 


The gas line which is connected to the Gas Manifold outside the structure can pass through the same flexible duct and connect to the Heat Injector inside the Air Shell.




Doorway Air Barrier

The Doorway Air Barrier is used when there is more than one entrance to the treatment area.  With the Heat Injector installed in the doorway to the heated environment, the Doorway Air Barrier fills in the space on the sides and above the Heat Injector with the controls exposed to the cooler air outside.  The Air Barrier was designed to fit in a standard 7ft door.  


The Doorway Air Barrier allows the intake and discharge in the same environment to create a recirculated airflow within the treatment area.   With the Heat Injector in the doorway, the pressurization mode can be easily activated once the air intake is in excess of about 125ºF.  The Pressurization Process puts a slightly positive pressure on the heated area causing the heat to be pushed out all the crack and crevices, where bed bugs might find harborage.



Air Distribution

DD Series

CC Series

DC Series

Y Series

(Direct Discharge)

Used to connected distribution ducts directly to the Heat Injector System.



  • Singe Discharge Point


  • Two Discharge Points 


  • Three Discharge Points 


(Cinch Connector)

Used to connect two runs of ducting together or could be used to condence a single run of duct to a shorter length. Ducts come in 25ft lengths. 


  • CC-12  Used for 12" duct
  • CC-16  Used for 16" duct


(Duct Concentrator)

Used when heat needs to be focused directly on an object. 


  • DC-90 

Approximately 90" long designed to penetrate heat deep into couches or baseboards.

(Wye Splitters)

Used to branch off 1 duct to form multiple discharge points.

  • ​Y-1616 

​​16" Duct > Two 16" Ducts

  • Y-1612 

16" Duct > Two 12" Ducts

  • Y-1212

12" Duct > Two 12" Ducts

  • Y3-1612 

16" Duct > Three 12" Ducts

Fuel Supply

Gas Connection Manifolds


  • Dual Tank Manifold

Used when connecting two fuel tanks, with the option to add more, to the Heat Injector System. The Dual Tank Manifold is installed with a fuel gauge to view the active gas pressure fed to the Heat Injector and determine the fuel level,  and two 6ft. hose whips installed with our leakproof quick disconnects, and a shut-off valve to stop the fuel supply after before the Heat Injector. 


  • Single Tank Mainfold

The single tank manifold is only used as an add-a-tank feature to the dual tank manifold. Using our leak-proof quick disconnect ends we are able to daisy-chain the single tank manifold to the back half of the dual tank manifold that is already equipped with a fuel gauge and shut-off valve.


  • Inline Quick Disconnect Gauge

The Inline Quick Disconnect gauge is installed directly onto the Heat Injector. It allows for the operator to be at the machine while visually observing the fuel pressure as the Heat Injector is running. The Inline QD Gauge also if fitted with a shut-off valve and leak-proof quick disconnect fittings.

Regulators


The Gas Regulator is adjusted to a pressure less that 5 PSI (factrory set to 4.5 PSI).  There is a rubber inlet hose with a hand tightened POL fitting that is attached to the propane tank.  We recommend one regulator per tank to prevent the tanks from auto leveling with one another.  No tools are required to install or remove tanks during a heat treatment.


Hoses


The Heat Injector is capable of running up to 500ft from the fuel source with a 1/2" hose.

For shorter lengths, 100ft or less, a 3/8" hose would be recommended. All of our hoses are fitted with a leak-proof quick disconnect fitting on both ends to prevent any gas leakage and to ensure the hose is always charged and ready to go.  A purging valve is supplied in the Owners Kit to initially charge the hoe with propane.

Tanks


Since the Heat Injector is so fuel efficient, we suggest two 40lb propane tanks.  The are easy to move (about 65# filled) and they would be sufficient for most jobs.  The dual tank manifold allows the tanks to be changed out individually during the heat treatment.


The Heat Injector can be operated from any size tank 20# or greater.   

Gas Connection Manifolds


  • Dual Tank Manifold

Used when connecting two fuel tanks, with the option to add more, to the Heat Injector System. The Dual Tank Manifold is installed with a fuel gauge to view the activa gas pressure fed to the Heat Injector and determine the fuel level,  and two 6ft. hose whips installed with our leak proof quick disconnects, and a shut-off valve to stop the fuel supply after before the Heat Injector. 


  • Single Tank Mainfold

The single tank manifold is only used as a add-a-tank feature to the dual tank manifold. Using our leak proof quick disconnect ends we are able to daisy-chain the single tank manifold to the back half of the dual tank manifold that is already equipped with a fuel gauge and shut-off valve.


  • Inline Quick Disconnect Gauge

The Inline Quick Disconnect gauge is installed directly onto the Heat Injector. It allows for the operator to be at machine while visually observing the fuel pressure as the Heat Injector is running. The Inline QD Gauge also if fitted with a shut-off valve and leak proof quick disconnect fittings.