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Ceramic Infrared Heater,Infrared Emitter,Industrial Infrared Heaters

Ceramic and quartz infrared heaters for ovens, thermoforming and other applications serving industry
 
 
Electromagnetic Radiation: Infrared Heating Guide:

Infrared radiation is part of a broad electromagnetic spectrum. The relationship between electromagnetic radiation is as follows:

                                                                     λ = c
                                                                           f
 
                                                          Where:
  
                                                                     λ = Wavelength in meters
                                                                     c = Speed of light ( 3 x 108   meters per second )
                                                                     f = Frequency in hertz ( cycles per second )

View NPH's ceramic infrared emitters technical manual for additional information including radiant emission patterns for ceramic infrared emitters/heaters, Emissivity, Stefan-Boltzmann's Law, Infrared Spectrum, Planck's Law, Wein's Law, Spectral Absorption Curves and much more.

Beginners Guide/Review To What is Infrared Energy?

When infrared energy strikes an object it may be absorbed, transmitted, or reflected from the surface. The sum of the amount of energy absorbed, transmitted, and reflected must equal 100% of the total incident energy.  An object is called a "blackbody" if it absorbs (or emits) 100% of incident infrared radiation.

Throughout the years many different forms of infrared heat sources have been developed. Some of the more familiar forms seen today are metal sheathed tubular heaters, quartz tubes, quartz lamps, gas-fired catalytic, flat faced panels, and ceramic emitters.  Each source has its own distinctive set of properties. Go to NPH's  ceramic infrared emitters technical manual for information on the properties for the above sources. This includes how efficient each of the above sources is, there physical strength, maximum temperature, heat up and cool down times and color sensitivity.
 
Our ceramic infrared heaters (emitters) are manufactured with three basic emitter faces: Concave, Flat and Convex. These emitter face styles will result in the specific radiant emission pattern as shown in our "Technical Letters" section below. Look for our ceramic infrared heaters technical manual below. The concave surface will emit a concentrated radiant pattern which is highly effective when zone heating is desired as well as radiant heating in general. Flat surface emitters will produce a uniform pattern for even heating at a close proximity between the emitter and the target being heated. Finally, the convex shaped emitter gives off a wide area pattern which is desirable in comfort heating or other applications that require a dispersed  radiant emission pattern.
 
These heaters are durable, splash-proof and have a non-corrosive finish. Maximum temperature output of up to
1292*F (700*C). Estimated life of 10,000 hours with one (1) year warranty. 
  

Ceramic infrared heaters are 96% infrared energy efficient. Uses for electric infrared heat can be found in many industries and applications and can be grouped into four major categories:

         Curing

        Drying

        Heating

        Cooking

        Saunas

Within each of these major categories are literally hundreds of specific applications, and the list keeps growing as technology develops.
 
 
Ceramic Infrared Heaters: Specifications, Installation,
Maintenance and Operation  Guide, Technical Letters & Tips:

 
 
  • Thermoforming 
  • Composites
  • Packaging
  • Automotive
  • Medical
  • Electronics
  • Mining
  • Mold Heating and Pre-Heating
  • Non Contact Drying
  • Food Warming
  • Paint Drying
 
 
Quartz Infrared Heaters and Enclosures
 

 
Ceramic Infrared Heaters Guide | Review: What Is Infrared Energy

-FTE-Full Trough Emitter-(245 mm x 60 mm x 31 mm) -120V/240V

-QCE- Quarter Curved Element With T/C-K (60 mm x 55 mm x34 mm)

FTE-Full Trough Emitter (245 mm x 60 mm x 31 mm) -120V/240V

HTE-half Trough Heater (122mm x 60mm x 31) -120V/240V

-QTE-Quarter Trough Emitter, Ceramic Infrared Heater (60 mm x 60 mm x31 mm)

-FTE-Full Trough Emitter-Black

Ceramic Infrared Heater/Emitter with Type K T/C

FFEH-Full Flat Ceramic Heater Element-Hollow -(245 mm x 60 mm x 36.5 mm)

HFEH-Half Flat Ceramic Heater Element-Hollow - 122mm x 60mm x 36.5mm

QFEH-Quarter Flat Ceramic Heater Element-Hollow - 60mm x 60mm x 36.5mm

FFE-Full Flat Ceramic Heater Element-120V/240V -245mm x 60mm x 24mm

HFE-Half Flat Emitter- 120V/240V -122mm x 60mm x 24mm

SFSE-Square Flat Ceramic Infrared Heaters-120/240V -22mm x 122mm x 24mm

QFE-Quarter Flat Ceramic Infrared Heater Element -60mm x 60mm x 24 mm

Ceramic Infrared Bulbs/Emitters-Various Sizes

ESER-Ceramic Infrared Bulb

Bulb Reflector-For Ceramic Infrared Edison Bulbs

ESEXL-Ceramic Infrared Bulbs-Yellow

-QQE-Quarter Quartz ElementWith (62.5 x 62.5 x 22 mm, 120/240V

ESES-Ceramic Bub Emitters

Ceramic terminal Blocks-!, 2,3 and 4 Poles

-QQE-Quarter Quartz Element With TCK(62.5 x 62.5 x 22 mm, 120/240V

Ceramic Infrared Bulb Holder

-HQE-Half Quartz Emitter

-HQE-Half Quartz Emitter With TCK

-SQE-Square Quartz Emitter

-SQE-Square Quartz Emitter With TCK

-FQE-Full Quartz Element With TCK

-FQE-Full Quartz Element

-PHQE-Pillar Half Quartz Element

-PFQE-Pillar Full Quartz Emitter

-Ras1 Reflector For FTE Ceramic Infrared Heaters/Emitters-Aluminised Steel

-Ras-Reflectors-All Sizes, Aluminised Steel Can House 1-5 FTE's Emitters

-QFEH-Quarter Flat Emitter Hollow

 
 

 
Ceramic Quartz Tungsten Fast Medium Wave Heaters Standard Features:

The tungsten filament used in these heaters is the porcupine or star type coil, which can be operated at temperatures up to 1500C (2732F), with peak wavelength emissions of approximately 1.6 microns. It reaches top temperatures within seconds.

As well as having excellent structural rigidity, this coil is designed to minimize light output and maximize IR emission thereby increasing IR radiant efficiency.

Standard Products:

240 V, R7s termination and 10 mm diameter glass.
 
Model     Wattage     Max. Coil Temp.     Overall Length     Heated Length
QTS     750 W     1450C (2642F)     224 mm     170 mm
QTM     1000 W     1450C (2642F)     277 mm     225 mm
QTL     1500 W     1270C (2318F)     473 mm     415 mm
QTL     1750 W     1470C (2678F)     473 mm     415 mm
QTL     2000 W     1500C (2732F)     473 mm     415 mm
 
Ceramic Quartz Halogen Short Wave Heater Standard Features:
 
These heaters are filled with halogen gas to allow the supported tungsten filament to reach temperatures as high as 2600C (4712F).

With peak wavelength emissions of approximately 1 micron, they are extremely penetrative and allow rapid on/off cycles.

Standard Products:
R7s termination and 10 mm diameter glass.
 
Model     Wattage     Voltage     Max. Coil Temp.     Overall Length     Heated Length
QHS     750 W     240 V     2410C (4370F)     224 mm     170 mm
QHS     1000 W     480 V     2520C (4568F)     224 mm     170 mm
QHM     1000 W     240 V     2410C (4370F)     277 mm     225 mm
QHL     2000 W     240 V     2250C (4082F)     473 mm     415 mm
QHL     2000 W     480 V     2390C (4334F)     473 mm     415 mm
 
Quartz Halogen Long Wave Heater 
     
Available in standard 240 voltage and non standard 480 voltage
Dimensions: 10 x 473mm
For other options, please contact us directly.

Quartz Halogen Long Wave Heaters are filled with halogen gas. This is to allow the supported tungsten filament to reach temperatures of 2600C (4712F).

Peak wavelength emissions are 1 micron, allowing rapid on/off cycles.
 
Quartz Tungsten Long Wave Heaters

Available in standard 240 voltage and non standard 480 voltage
Dimensions: 10 x 473mm
 
The tungsten filament used in these heaters is the porcupine or star type coil, which can be operated at temperatures up to 1500C (2732F), with peak wavelength emissions of approximately 1.6 microns. It reaches top temperatures within seconds.

Increasing infrared heat efficiency, the coil is designed to minimize light output and maximize emissions.



 
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