Infrared Radiant Panel Heaters
High Radiant Efficiency – up to 89% Heat-up, cool-down time 7 minutes Infrared wavelength. The emitter surface of infrared heaters can be hard ceramic, tempered glass or fused translucent quartz. Range from 2.5 to 6 um.
Tempora infrared radiant panels consists of a helically wound coil that is embedded on ceramic fiber. It is then coated with special ceramic fibers and coated with a resistivity paint. The hollow space in the infrared panels is then filled with insulating blankets to ensure that no heat is lost and for safety so that the top stays cool. These types of heaters distribute heat uniformly where it’s most needed. All of this is housed in heavy gauge stainless steel.
Curing of plastic coatings
Far-infrared Radiant Heaters
Metal sheathed tubular heaters are mounted in a rigid extruded aluminum reflector housing. Tubular elements provide an excellent source of radiation in the long wave lengths producing far-infrared energy which is absorbed with a great degree of uniformity by all colors from white to black. The uniform absorption characteristics and heavy duty all-metal construction are valuable features in many industrial heating processes.
Far-infrared Radiant Heaters are suitable for contact-free heating, drying, baking, curing and sterilizing. Radiant energy is absorbed by the material and transformed into immediate heat. Radiant heating provides an efficient means of process preheating to speed production of thermo-forming, glass and welding operations.
Alloy sheath heating elements
Extruded aluminum housing
Polished aluminum reflector
Stainless steel element supports
Universal mounting clamps