Headquartered in Buffalo, New York, Roberts-Gordon is an international manufacturer of infrared tube heaters, controls and associated accessories. Our product offering includes a wide range of low-intensity infrared heaters ranging from a fully custom engineered system down to a plug-and-play residential infrared heaters for small garages. The Peter J. Schiller Corporation has been the RG representative for eight counties in western NY for the better part of two decades. 

For commercial, industrial, institutional, agricultural, military applications and many more!

For each application, infrared heaters are strategically placed to deliver even heat distribution throughout. Airplane hangars or large storage warehouse facilities allow for a wide heat pattern, due to high ceiling heights. Smaller areas, such as a fire station, utilize side reflectors to direct heat where it is needed most. We have an infrared heater for every application. Contact us to help with design and layout assistance with infrared tube heaters for your building. 



Roberts Gordon Caribe

Compact, Fully-Installed out of the box, Low-Intensity, Infrared Tube Heater Approved for Residential Use in garages or small spaces



Economical Low-Intensity, Basic Heater with Single Stage Gas Valve and Positive Pressure Burner Design for Budget Heating projects



Low-Intensity, Gas-Fired Unitary Infrared Tube Heating, The Complete Infrared Tube Heater with Affordable, Premium Quality Components




Centralized dual flame burner box utilizing Twin Fire Technology, delivers the most effective heat distribution in the industry


COrayvac radiant heaters

Customized Low-Intensity Infrared Tube Heaters Engineered for Unlimited Heating Possibilities in Commercial and Industrial Applications


Vantage II modulating roberts Gordon

Maintain space temperatures and Use Less Energy by Modulating both fuel and combustion air, reducing fuel cost and saving money on heating bills.


Why Infrared Heating?

Infrared heaters heat similar to the rays of the sun, warming the surface of the earth. As the sun shines on the earth, infrared rays are absorbed by objects and people. With people and objects retaining the absorbed heat, additional heat is released back into space through radiation. With infrared operating and the constant cycle of heated people and objects, ambient temperature is maintained with minimal heat loss.