The Development of Infrared Radiation Heating

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Infrared heating technology was born in the United States in the 1970s and was first used by NASA to simulate the heating process of artificial satellites approaching the sun when the surface temperature rapidly rises to 2000 ℃. In the mid-1970s, high-infrared heating technology was used to simulate the rapid rise of the surface temperature of a space shuttle from -273 ℃ to 1800 ℃ in order to conduct experiments that generated high temperatures due to friction with the air during its return to the atmosphere. Shortly thereafter, this technology spread to the civilian field. By the mid-1990s, infrared radiation heating technology had been widely used in painting, printing, packaging, plastics, glass, baking paint, textiles, printing and dyeing, electronics, food, wood, papermaking, chemical, light industry and other heating, drying, curing, dehydration, and surface treatment processes in developed Western countries such as the United States, Germany, and Japan.

In the mid-1970s, infrared radiation heating technology was introduced to China and tested in a small number of industries. Due to insufficient understanding of the application prospects of this technology, its development is relatively slow. By the 1990s, high infrared radiation heating technology was introduced to China. Tianjin Yongyao Electric Light Source Co., Ltd. (formerly known as Tianjin Jixian Guangming Lamp Factory) was established in 1992 when infrared radiation heating technology was introduced to China. It is a technology-based company specializing in the research, invention, manufacturing, and sales of infrared heating products. Participated in the entire development process of infrared heating technology in China, accumulated experience, research and development, and production capabilities have created brand influence. Looking forward to serving you!