These infrared emitters are shaped precisely to match the shape of the product to be heated. They help automate the deburring of plastic parts, to weld within seconds or to activate adhesives locally.
Contour-adjusted special emitters
Spotlight infrared emitters
Spotlight infrared emitters bring high-intensity heat to very small areas. This makes them ideal for processes such as deburring, welding or riveting.
Emitters of a flat spiral-shape enable e.g. the homogeneous heating of disks, rods and tubes made of plastic, glass or metal. The spiral-shape emitters are suitable for operation in a vacuum. They are available with short and medium wavelength radiation.
Short-wave emitters for small surfaces (twin and quattro emitters)
Short-wave emitters for small surfaces can well be arranged at the edges of three-dimensional products, are very well to control and transmit a relatively high amount of energy to limited areas within a short time. For example, head liners or hat racks are homogeneously heated to line them.
Omega infrared heaters
Omega emitters are perfect for joining, riveting and welding of plastic. But they are also ideal for bending tubes or drawing plastic or glass fibres.
Slot infrared heaters
This infrared emitter has a slot in one channel of the twin tube. This makes it act like a drying and heating channel for threads, fibres or ropes. A gold reflector increases its efficiency. The optimal solution for chemical fibres and textile yarns and threads.