Electric Infrared Radiant Heaters

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Infrared energy is commonly used to heat plastics, remove moisture, cure painted finishes or heat food products, This is because plastics, organic substances and water absorb infrared energy more efficiently than other materials in industrial applications.

 

 

Ceramic Infrared E-Mitters
 

Ceramic Infrared E-Mitters
  • Universal industry standard mounting deliver 2.5 to 6 microns infrared radiation wavelength

  • The resistance heating wire is embedded in a ceramic material so performance is unaffected by vibration or adverse atmospheric conditions

  • Standard colors are metamorphing rose (heater cold) to grey (heater hot) and traditional white

  • Optional colors are metamorphing yellow (heater cold) to orange (heater hot) and traditional black

  • Can be assembled into arrays

KTE Quartz Mini-Tube Infrared E-Mitters

KTE Quartz Mini-Tube E-Mitter  (PDF)

KTE (Translucent Tubes) & KTG (Clear Tubes with
Gold Coated Ceramic Backing)

  • Highly reflective rugged Aluminized Steel housing construction.

  • Suitable for horizontal or vertical operation
    with tubes in horizontal plane.

  • Standard industry sizes and ratings up to 60wsi.
    (interchangeable with CRC, CRB, CRN, CRZ
    Ceramic
    E-Mitter heaters

  • Can be assembled into arrays

Sealed IR Quartz Lamps (PDF)

Sealed IR Quartz Lamps
  • Fast filament response

  • Different filament temperatures available to suit different materials.

  • Single or Twin Tube Construction

 

VS Glow Infrared Heaters

 

VS Glow Infrared Heaters

  • All Ceramic Housing Construction

  • Gold Coated Ceramic Reflector

  • Can be assembled into arrays

Series VSA Tungsten in Halogen Filled Lamp
Series VSC
Star-Wound Tungsten in Evacuated Lamp
Series VSR
Fe-Cr-Al Resistance Wire in Air

Gemini Medium Wave Heaters

Twin Bore Quartz Tube Technology

Gemini Medium Wave Heaters
  • Industry standard twin bore quartz tube formats with 95% heat transmittance

  • 24-karat Gold Back Coating for targeted infrared applications

  • White Ceramic Reflective Back Coating for extreme temperature requirements

  • High power densities: 42/51/63.5 w/in (16/20/25 w/cm)

  • Fast heat-up rates — Less than one minute to reach steady state conditions

  • Three industry standard sizes in lengths up to 118 in. (3000mm)

  • Can be assembled into arrays

Vitreous silica Quartz Tube

Vitreous Silica Quartz Tube (PDF)

 

Vitreous Silica Quartz Tube Heaters
  • Good Radiant Efficiency - up to 79%

  • 40 to 50 seconds Heat-up time and less than 15 seconds Cool-down Time

  • Watt Density up to 40 watts / sq. in.

  • Infrared Wavelength Range from 2.5 to 6µm

  • Can be assembled into arrays

 

Radiant Panel Heaters

 

Radiant Panel Heaters

Style RB
Black Quartz Composite Face Infrared Panel Heaters

Style RG
High Temperature Glass Face Infrared Panel Heaters

Style RW
High Temperature Quartz Glass Face Infrared Panel Heaters

Universal 2000 Tubular Element Radiant Heater

Universal 2000 (PDF)

Universal 2000 Radiant  Heaters

  • Direct retrofit to existing applications

  • Rugged anodized extruded aluminum housing

  • Polished aluminum reflector (replaceable)

  • Incoloy® sheath tubular heaters (replaceable)

  • Element Support brackets (replaceable)

  • Sliding mounting bolts (replaceable)

  • Slots for heat shield on side of housing for between units

Infrared Radiant Heating Array Systems

Modular components simplify construction
of large infrared heating systems

Infrared Radiant Heating Linear Array Systems

Modular components simplify construction
of large infrared heating systems