A revolution for high purity heat processes: The first infrared emitter that transmits the useful IR medium wavelengths with high power, enabling very homogeneous heat processes also under high-purity vacuum conditions.
- Relationship distance - intensity - homogeneity
- Application areas
- Energy efficiency through new combination
- black.infrared sets new standards
- Radiation sources lose intensity with increasing distance
- In the case of quartz tube emitters, the homogeneity increases with increasing distance
- The optimum working range is a compromise between intensity and homogeneity
- black.infrared emitters are designed in such a way that a radiant surface allows the greatest possible homogeneity independent from the distance
- Clean room applications
- Process under vacuum conditions
- Glass applications
A black.infrared emitter combines infrared radiation in the medium-wave range at around 2.5 µm with high electrical power. This combination is so far unique.
Infrared radiation in medium wavelengths is particularly suitable for glass, plastics and most coating processes.
Non-contact energy transfer through infrared radiation is ideal for heat processes under vacuum conditions.
- High power density (up to 200 kW/m²)
- Medium wave spectrum about 1000°C; 2 - 2.5 µm peak temp
- Outstanding infrared homogeneity
- Suitable for vacuum applications, contact free
- High purity (only silicon & oxygen)
- Fast response time
- Flexible geometries by modular set-up