propane radiant infrared material, no open flame


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    I have a question about a thermal engineering material.
    What is the material that glows in the infrared when ignited propane flows into it? It would be the material or matrix or whatever you would call it that is in propane radiant heaters, (not the convection or forced air types.) There would be no open flame, just the radiating material. Where could one obtain this material in small quantities to build something with? Thanks a lot,

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