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Infrared Heating for IndustryThere are many methods of generating heat for industrial processes; each has its advantages. But infrared heating has proven to be the most advanced, efficient and cost-effective method of all. That's why manufacturers worldwide are turning to infrared heating ovens for their process needs. Whether it's a new system or a retrofit, an infrared heater from Heraeus Noblelight is often the ideal means of applying heat to solve industrial challenges.
Industrial heaters from Heraeus Noblelight cover the spectrum of applications. All styles of Heraeus quartz heaters are available in both stock and OEM configurations. Heraeus Noblelight IR applications for industry and manufacturing include automotive, digital printing, food, glass, metal, paper, plastics, textile, vacuum, web process, converting, wood and many others.
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Industrial Infrared OvensInfrared heater and heating systems -- industrial infrared ovens -- from Heraeus Noblelight provide solutions to challenges in curing, drying and other applications.
Our electric IR emitters and ovens feature heat lamps designed to meet the specific requirements of each application. Innovative infared emitter lamp technology targets heat exactly where it is needed, providing high levels of efficiency to the process.
Our heater infrared product line includes custom and modular systems using these and other technologies:
Industries Using IRToday's industries can enjoy significant savings in cost and efficiency through use of IR heat from Heraeus Noblelight. Below are just a few of the industries that put infrared heaters and quartz heaters to effective use.
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What's more, the infrared heater has practical, effective and efficient uses in many processes throughout industry. Infra-red can be used to heat: metal, plastic, textiles, rubber, glass and wood are a few of the materials that can benefit from infared heaters. Drying with IR can reduce moisture and help dry coatings. The curing process uses infrared quartz heaters for plastic, metal, glass, ceramics and other materials. Adhesives can be activated using infrared. And specialized uses like ultrapure water and vacuum often benefit from a Heraeus infrared heater.
IR technology is often ideal when applied to processes like activating, curing, drying, fixation, foaming, glueing, laminating, melting, preheating, shrinking, soldering, sterilizing and tempering. That's merely a partial list; if your application isn't among these, the applications experts at Heraeus Noblelight can still work with you to develop a solution to your process challenges.
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Featured Infrared VideoClick the image for a 1:24-long (1.1mb) video illustrating IR welding of glass-filled polypropylene (PP).
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Primer: The Basics of IR
All these advantages can add up to reduced energy consumption, higher line speed/throughput, smaller footprint and overall enhanced heating performance.
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Free Booklet!Understanding Infrared Heating
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This popular, informative and essential booklet covers how-and-why of infrared heat technology and infared heaters; it explains the engineering aspects of radiation theory in terms everyone can understand, yet provides useful information for the more technically-minded. The basic of the infrared heater, workpiece characteristics, process control, temperature measurement and control: they're all covered. And it's FREE.
Free Newsletter!Every month, Heraeus Noblelight publishes the online newsletter, Application Notes for Infrared Heating. This FREE newsletter spotlights succesful industrial applications of process heat using infrared heaters and infrared technology. It's short, to the point, and full of practical examples. Subscription is FREE. To sign up, click HERE.