Crease-free seat covers, matching garnish mouldings and panellings, exactly deburred steering wheel caps and neatly welded containers for wiping and washing water or brake fluids are just some examples.
Infrared heat can be used in a variety of ways, e.g. for heating, drying, welding and glueing. For this, IR emitters are precisely adjusted to the material and the process, so they provide heat selectively and in line with cycles. This helps automate industrial processes.
Your advantages with infrared heat:
- Infrared emitters are precisely adjusted with regard to voltage and power
- They can precisely follow edges and rims
- Short reaction times make infrared emitters easily controllable