The working principle and application range of infrared heating tubes

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The infrared heating tube is a light source that is activated by a high-power power source using a tungsten wire wrapped quartz lamp tube. This light source belongs to the halogen tungsten lamp series, with a wavelength range of 0.76-5 μ m. Peak wavelength 4 μ m. Emitting short medium wave infrared radiation is an efficient heating source. When the color temperature reaches 2500K, its infrared spectrum output is large, some with a reflective layer and tungsten filament support to prevent sagging, with high efficiency and fast heat transfer. The advantages of sensitive response to control devices, compact structure, light weight, etc., the lighting position can be horizontal or any position.


Classification of infrared radiation heating light sources:

1. Short wave - high power and strong penetration. With a relatively high power, radiation can be concentrated on the target and provide efficient thermal energy. Due to its ability to reach full load working intensity in a few seconds, shortwave radiation heating light sources are very suitable for processes that require quick stopping and starting.

2. Fast medium wave - stable, efficient, and quick breaking response.

3. Medium wave - efficient and economical. It can quickly heat the surface and thin layer of an object, and has the characteristic of being quickly absorbed by a water film. Compared with shortwave radiators, medium wave radiators are particularly suitable for drying processes.

Applicable scope:

It can process materials such as rubber, plastic, glass, printed circuit boards, vehicle bodies, metals, castings, leather, food, etc. by heating, drying, evaporating, softening, hardening, forming, activating, laminating, disinfecting, baking, etc; It can cure various powder coatings, water-based coatings, primers, topcoats, paints and dyes, printing oils, films, glazes, pastes, adhesives, etc.