Energy efficient production? Electric infrared heat!

Wasting energy is expensive - investing in modern heating processes pays off

Efficient heating processes at current energy costs?

Energy costs are rising and rising. Now at the latest, energy-intensive heating processes in manufacturing should be put to the test.
A heat source that heats exactly where it's needed at the touch of a button?
Only as long as the heat is needed?

Stop wasting energy

Did you know that hot water, steam or hot oil are still used for industrial production today? Simply because that has worked for 25 years?

Did you know how much energy is wasted when you first have to heat a transfer medium such as oil, water, air or gas?

Infrared emitters transfer the energy into the product without contact and generate the heat exactly where it is needed.

Electric infrared emitters heat contact free, quickly and efficiently. Exactly in time with the process and without preheating or standby.

Save energy with infrared systems by...

• High heat transfer capacity

• Contactless energy transfer

• Adaptation of the optimal wavelength

• Adaptation to the shape of the products

• Fast response times

Infrared systems save energy in many heating processes:

Carbon infrared emitters save energy in the production of dashboards

Carbon infrared emitters save 9kWh in the production of dashboards.

The emitters replace conventional metal strip emitters and steam.

Case Story: Infrared heat for automotive interior parts

Infrared heat for glass bottles

An infrared system replaces steam for preheating glass bottles.

This saves more than €10,000 on energy per year.

Case story: Pre-heating glass bottles before filling with the help of infrared emitters

Infrared emitters deburr particularly efficiently

A comparative calculation has decided it: Deburring glove boxes is significantly more efficient with infrared emitters.

Precisely matched infrared emitters save 80% energy per cycle compared with hot air.

Case story: Efficient de-burring of glove boxes and door handles with the help of infrared emitters