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Space-Ray develops new site

May 1, 2008
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Site allows builders, contractors, and construction equipment dealers fast and simple access to company’s extensive line of radiant infrared heating systems.

Space-Ray has developed a new website,, that allows builders, contractors, and construction equipment dealers as well as selected industrial sectors, such as the steel industry, fast and simple access to its extensive line of radiant infrared heating systems.

The website details features and benefits, technical specifications and applications for the company's line of infrared gas tube heaters, ceramic heaters, stand-alone floor models, and the Cold Blocker™ series of heaters. Available in natural and propane gas, Space-Ray's heaters come in input sizes ranging from 26,000 to 250,000 Btuh. All heaters are CSA-design certified. Space-Ray's redesigned website provides a more user-friendly experience – especially for immediate customer service needs such as accessing installation and operating manuals and product specifications.

Other features of the new site include a streamlined navigation scheme, expanded content offerings, enhanced interactivity, and an updated user interface. The company also expanded its online content offerings with a frequently asked questions page about products, the company and parent company, Gas-Fired Products.

Users now have access to complete installation and operating instructions, product specifications and performance data for floor models as well as other lines of infrared heaters directly through the site. Contact information, troubleshooting guide, and technical support are all available.

Besides construction and steel mill heating applications, the site also offers information on Space-Ray products and applications for the Industrial/Commercial and Residential/Garage markets.

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