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Residential Garage Heaters

"It's 86.5% efficient and ideal for the home hobbyist!"


  • 40,000 BTU - Propane or Natural Gas
  • 12' U or 22' Straight configurations
  • Hot Surface ignition with Honeywell Self-Diagnostic SmartValve
  • High radiant efficiency
  • Totally enclosed burner
  • Simple one man installation
  • Factory ready for side wall or roof exhaust
  • Designed for horizontal or angle mounting
  • Pre wired with a 5' 3 prong 120v electrical plug
  • Approved for mounting as low as 7 ft. from the floor

Included In The Box

  • Hanging chain
  • Flexable gas connector
  • 24v wall mounted thermostat
  • Side Wall termination

Optional Accessories

  • Outside Air Intake Kit
  • Easy Set Light Activated 24v Thermostat
  • 90 Degree Elbow Kit to turn Straight model into L configuration

Click to Watch a feature on HGTV about the Ez Duzzit Heater
Please note that this video was produced in 2000, and as such some
pricing may have increased over what is mentioned in the video.

Winter Warm Up
- by Gord Graff
Published in Canadian Home Workshop Magazine, March 2014

Over the years I've tried various methods of heating my garage workshop, but none of them were cost-effective or produced even heat - until now. Last autumn, I helped a contractor install an EZ-Duzzit residential garage heater (model ED-40-U) from the folks at Easy Radiant Works in Wainfleet, Ont., in my workshop. This radiant tube heater works as a closed system, getting its outside combustible air via a 4" duct from outside my shop. The exhaust exits through the roof or through the wall, depending on the application.

A radiant tube heater heats the objects in the room, much like the sun heating the Earth's surface and, in turn, these heated object radiate this heat back into the room. Requiring no blower to move air, this heater heats the floor, the walls and objects in my shop with no temperature variations (hot or cold spots) like there is with a conventional hot-air heater. Throughout the winter, I was meticulous in monitoring the heat in my workshop with an infrared thermometer to test the effectivness of this heater, and I can honestly say that I was amazed at what I found. I set the heater to 65F and left it there throughout the winter months. The walls, concrete floor, and even items inside my shop cabinets remained at 65F regardless of the temperature outside. Checking the gas bill, I noticed no appeciable increase in gas consumption over last year's bill. I wish I had done this years ago.

Heat, Glorious Heat
From the June 1998 issue of Canadian Home Workshop magazine.
Used with permission.

Photographs by Simon Cheung.
Article by
John Silaots.

I researched various ways to heat my haven. Electric was too expensive, I wasn't comfortable with a wood-burning stove, and baseboards or a floor heater took up too much floor space. In the end I opted for a ceiling-mounted radiant heater, like the kind you see in arenas. I live in the country, so my heater is powered by propane, but the units can also be hooked up to natural gas. You have to specify which fuel source before you order one.

Unlike conventional heaters that heat a room's air, the energy from a radiant heater warms up objects in the room, including the floor. These objects, in turn, return heat to the room, the same way the sun warms the earth's surface, which then warms the air. This system eliminates the need for fans to move the heat. My heater also takes the air it needs for combustion from outside via a duct, meaning it doesn't use shop air that might contain dust particles---in other words, and a safe system. And other than cleaning dust off the reflector shield when required, it is virtually maintenance-free. Heaters are available in different configurations; for those of you familiar with BTUs, these units produce 40,000 BTUH.

My system was delivered in two boxes. The heater must be installed at least 7'-0 from the floor with a minimum clearance of 4 from the top of the reflector to the ceiling. Using the directions and the hardware provided, I had the system hanging within 30 minutes. I installed the fresh-air intake hose and the thermostat but had a contractor (booked ahead of time to coordinate a hook-up date) prepare the exhaust vent and gas line. Once the Propane Company delivered and hooked up the tank, and inspected the system, I had heat!

It runs from November to mid April. My first season cost about $200 in propane; natural gas would be even cheaper. I tried four different locations for the thermostat, settling at six feet from the garage door. It's set at 20 deg. Celsius (72 deg. Fahrenheit) and I leave it at that temperature all the time. Comfy.

Radiant Tube Heating With Easy Radiant Works

Not a sucking, but blowing system
The positive pressure blowing burner system was conceived by Easy Radiant Works over thirty years ago, and is how the EZ Duzzit achieves a long luminous radiant flame. The most important burner components, such as the fan with self oiling bearings, electronic controls, etc., are not exposed to the heat or moisture of the exhaust flues. This considerably increases the lifetime of the burner and allows Easy Radiant Works to provide their famous "No Ifs, Ands, or Buts" 4 year guarantee.

Long flame high efficiency
The burner, designed and manufactured by Easy Radiant Works, creates a long, luminous flame surrounded with a laminar flow of air for perfect combustion in the infra-red emitting high carbon steel tube. This ensures an even distribution of the radiant heat. This also makes Easy Radiant Works tube heaters extremely energy efficient.

As Quiet as a Whisper
The position of the fan, the supreme motor bearings and the optimized flow properties of the burner make the system almost noiseless.

Comfortable Control
Easy Radiant Works heating systems can be controlled by thermostats. The unit accepts 24v and 120v thermostat control, and is also compatible with facility control systems.

The Combustion
The gas-air-mixture is created in a specially designed burner housing. This mixture is forced through a venturi designed by Easy Radiant Works and the gas and air mixture is ignited by a hot surface igniter. With this construction, natural gas or propane gas is combusted within a laminar air tunnel. The tube is heated by the long flame and combustion gases and emits radiant heat. An integrated aluminized turbulator ensures even temperature distribution over the length of the tube.

Air Intake and Exhaust
The flue gas of the radiant tube is disposed of through an exhaust system to the outside. The combustion air can be taken either the inside of the building, or ducted in from the outside through an air intake system.

Radiant Tube Heater Construction
We use only the highest quality North American made components and materials in our products. The combustion tubes consist of aluminized or galvalume steel that withstand high temperatures and are corrosion resistant, providing additional durability. The tubes go through a high temperature surface coating treatment by which the radiant heat is increased. The radiation optimized, highly polished reflector directs the radiant heat to the area where it is needed. The use of these high quality components results in increased performance, higher levels of comfort, and allows for greater fuel savings that have reached 50% or better.

Straight Model
Dimensions: - Overall Length: 22 ft.
- Width: 12 inches
- Height: 15 inches
- 3.5" 16 gauge Steel tubing

U Shaped Model


- Overall Length: 11.5 ft.
- Width: 22 inches
- Height: 15 inches
- 3.5" 16 gauge Steel tubing

L Shaped Model
 Dimensions: - Overall Length: 22 ft.
- Width: 12 inches
- Length: 15 inches
- 3.5" 16 gauge Steel    tubing
Input Rating: 40,000 BTU
(0 - 4500 ft. above sea level)
Natural Gas & Propane
Manifold gas pressure:
Natural Gas: 3.5 W.C.
Propane Gas: 10.0 W.C.
Gas Connector size: 1/2" N.P.T.
Electrical Rating: 115V, 60 Hz.
3 amps starting, 1 amp running
Gas Inlet Pressure:
Nat. Gas: 6.0 W.C. Min. - 14.0" W.C. Max.
Propane 11.0 W.C. Min. - 14.0" W.C. Max
Flue connection: 4" O.D.

Maximize Your Fuel Savings

With The Easy Set Thermostat

Operation and Installation Instructions for the ED Series Radiant Tube Heater
Full installation/operation instructions and technical specifications for the EZ-Duzzit high efficiency radiant tube heater (PDF, 5.5 MB)

Engineering Submittal for the ED Series Radiant Tube Heater
Quick specs, diagrams, and written specifications for the EZ Duzzit high efficiency radiant tube heater. (PDF, 1.58 MB)

Illustrated Parts List for EZ-Duzzit Tube Heaters
Part numbers and illustrations of replacement parts for the EZ-Duzzit high efficiency radiant tube heater. (PDF, 6.9 MB)

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