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High Intensity Infrared

High Intensity Infrared

High intensity infrared is a medium wave unit that offers higher watt densities relative to the area covered. High intensity units will generally offer faster drying times and can reach higher temperatures than standard mudium wave units.

Medium Wave Infrared

Medium Wave Infrared

Medium wave units, or tubular quartz elements, are generally considered a better value and cover a larger area with heat at a lower cost. These heating units have a peak output in the 2.3 micron range. With this technology, the heating element operates at approximately 1,600 degrees Fahrenheit, and will produce a dull orange glow when in operation that generates minimal visible light. Medium wave units are less color sensitive, a feature which offers more consistent panel temperatures and cure times between light and dark colored finishes. Drying times may be between one to five minutes longer than short wave heaters, depending upon the size of the area and the material being cured.

Paint Sample Drying

Paint Sample Drying

Quick dryer of paint samples for confirming color match

Powder Coat Curing

Powder Coat Curing

Powder coat curing systems generate higher temperatures, to cure standard 400 degree F powders without an enclosed oven. These portable, high-intensity systems are ideal for prototype work, maintenance and short run powder coatings. They are capable of curing powder on a variety of parts in the open air, which makes them a cost-effective alternative to batch ovens.

Short Wave Infrared

Short Wave Infrared

Short wave infrared, also known as halogen, tungsten, T3 emitters is the hottest and fastest heating option available. This option features the most advanced heating technology. It is characterized by a narrower wavelength of heat with a peak spectral output that falls approximately within the 1.3 micron range, just past that of visibel light. Virturall all short wave emitters will operate at approximately 3,500 degrees Kelvin. This technology produces bright white light that can be filtered to reduce its glare, but may still strain visibility. Short wave heating units are instant on and freature a highter watt density per inch of emitter length.