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Infrared Asphalt Heater P200 12 sq ft

SKU: HDE-P200
P200 Infrared Heater 12 sq ft
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Quick Overview: 
  • Heats asphalt to insure better repair bonding
  • Perfect for localized area or long cracks
  • 200,000 BTU Propane heater
  • Ceramic fiber infrared heating surface

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Due to supply chain difficulties, we no longer offer this product online. Check out our other Infrared Asphalt Patcher products for comparable replacements or call us for pricing and purchase +1(800) 689-2098

Overview

Using Infrared Asphalt Heating equipment is probably the most effective application in the repair of asphalt potholes and soft spots. When used properly this handy piece of equipment will substantially minimize the amount of time on the job and deliver excellent results.

This is because the high intensity heat from the Asphalt Heater penetrates and softens the existing pavement allowing it to be raked and easily removed. It also only heats the area being repaired and minimizes damage to surrounding pavement because you can simply set the heater directly on top of the damaged area.

If your repairing potholes or softened pavement without an Infrared Asphalt Heating Machine, then you're probably sawing the area, then removing chunks using a skid loader and risking damage to the good pavement surrounding the bad area not to mention hauling off what would otherwise be "Usable Material". While cutting a square and removing the old asphalt around the bad area is usually acceptable for small repairs, most professionals performing larger jobs might want to look into the Heating and Reclamation process. This is especially true for municipalities and universities who are on a budget and need to find ways to save money. Performing the infrared asphalt heating reclaiming method will save hundreds of dollars over time, allowing that money to be spent on other projects.

The absolute best way to properly repair a pot hole, is to heat the work area, allowing the heat to penetrate from the Infrared rays, rake and shovel out the damaged area and throw the old asphalt into an Asphalt Hot Box allowing it to mix with new asphalt.

Not only will this allow you to use less material, haul less material, and make you more money, it makes the job go faster and creates much better joints because of the etching that occurs that helps seal the joint seams of the pavement.

Repairing potholes and soft spots in asphalt with an Infrared Asphalt Heating system such as our our HDE200 system is just good business and will give you a professional edge over the company that does not use an asphalt heater.

Our Infrared Asphalt Heater is a "True Infrared" heater while some of our competitors only offer "Blue Flame" and you should be aware of these important differences.

Why is it important to use a real "Infrared Heating System"?

While blue flame is generally hotter than infrared, hotter is not better in this application.

Infrared is known for "Deep Heating" and this is extremely important. Blue Flame will heat the surface very quickly but it can take too long to deep-heat the base of the asphalt which will scorch the upper surface ruining the pavement for re-application and mixing with the new asphalt.

In addition to everything we have discussed so far, if you perform spec work or government contract work, it is very likely that you will be required to use an infrared asphalt heating system to meet their requirements and specifications.

Using an Infrared Asphalt Heating machine in conjunction with an asphalt hot box and recycler offers the best results, creating professional installations that last much longer.

Asphalt Sealcoating Direct offers four models of Asphalt Heaters, all are different sizes to meet your specific needs and budget.

Heating Time

The average time to heat asphalt is 10 minutes per 1" to 1-1/2" depth. However, there are several things that affect the heating time such as:

  • Weather conditions
  • Type of asphalt mix
  • Starting temperature of the asphalt
  • Surface color (darker surfaces absorb radiation faster)
  • Whether there is rubberized crack sealant present in the areas you are trying to heat

Features

  • Adjustable 5 - 50 PSI regulator for easy temperature adjustment

  • Powered by (2) 30 lb tanks (NO BATTARIES OR BLOWERS)

  • Venturi type gas mixing (No Blowers) with stainless steel hood to protect from wind with built in filter to prevent plugged orfices

  • Heater frame can easily switch between patching mode to a heating area of 8' x 18" for crack repair

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Specifications

General

Heater(s)

2 "High Intensity" Infrared Heaters

Fuel Input

200,000 BTU

Fuel

Propane

Fuel Consumption

2.2 US gal / hr (8.2 Liters / hr)

Hoses

3/8 LPG type III C.S.A. approved hoses with reusable fittings

Heater Surface

Ceramic Fiber

Wheels

3 x 4" Steel swivel caster wheels with greaseable high temp bearings and 2 x 4" Steel wheels with brakes

Unit Specifications

Net Weight

300 lbs

Heater Dimensions

4'L x 18"W (1.22m x 450mm)

Total Heating Area

48”L x 36”W (4’ x 3’)

Frame Dimensions

62”L x 44.5”W x 34.5”H

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General

Heater(s)

2 "High Intensity" Infrared Heaters

Fuel Input

200,000 BTU

Fuel

Propane

Fuel Consumption

2.2 US gal / hr (8.2 Liters / hr)

Hoses

3/8 LPG type III C.S.A. approved hoses with reusable fittings

Heater Surface

Ceramic Fiber

Wheels

3 x 4" Steel swivel caster wheels with greaseable high temp bearings and 2 x 4" Steel wheels with brakes

Unit Specifications

Net Weight

300 lbs

Heater Dimensions

4'L x 18"W (1.22m x 450mm)

Total Heating Area

48”L x 36”W (4’ x 3’)

Frame Dimensions

62”L x 44.5”W x 34.5”H

General

Heater(s)

4 "High Intensity" Infrared Heaters

Fuel Input

300,000 BTU

Fuel

Propane

Fuel Consumption

2.2 US gal / hr (8.2 Liters / hr)

Hoses

3/8 LPG type III C.S.A. approved hoses with reusable fittings

Heater Surface

Ceramic Fiber

Wheels

2 x 4" Steel swivel caster wheels and 2 x 4" Steel lockable caster wheels

Unit Specifications

Net Weight

450 lbs

Heater Dimensions

(3'L x 18"W) (.92m x 450mm)

Total Heating Area

36”L x 72”W (6’ x 3’)

Frame Dimensions

40”L x 76”W x 24”H

General

Heater(s)

2 "High Intensity" Infrared Heaters

Fuel Input

150,000 BTU

Fuel

Propane

Fuel Consumption

2.2 US gal / hr (8.2 Liters / hr)

Hoses

3/8 LPG type III C.S.A. approved hoses with reusable fittings

Heater Surface

Ceramic Fiber

Wheels

2 x 4" Steel swivel caster wheels and 2 x 4" Steel lockable caster wheels

Unit Specifications

Net Weight

225 lbs

Heater Dimensions

3'L x 18"W (.92m x 450mm)

Total Heating Area

36”L x 36”W (3’ x 3’)

Frame Dimensions

39”L x 39”W x 24”H

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Shipping Weight
Weight: 300 lb
Shipping Dimensions
Dimensions: 65 in × 48 in × 18 in