|Wave length:||3,3 - 5 µm|
|max. radiation temperature:||600 °C|
|max. thermal surface load:||17 kW/m²|
|Connection power:||max. 70 kW|
The program of long-wave radiators includes low intensity heaters. These heaters work with a gas burner which creates a soft, elongated flame that is directed into special jet pipes. By heat transfer from the flame and the hot combustion gases on the pipe surface, long-wave IR radiation is generated. The combustion gases can be selectively removed without contacting the product or the process space.
The heater delivers heat with uniform low intensity. A large range of materials absorb this long-wave energy homogeneously well. The risk of overheating is minimized.
The special characteristics of the heater are
- its versatility
- its controlled expansion under heat load
- its low weight
- its compact and robust design