How Infrared Lamps Are Transforming the Process Heating Industry

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For today's top companies, maintaining high levels of production while minimizing energy costs is of the utmost priority. This essential balance is only maintained due to the work of leaders in the manufacturing sector, who produce the most innovative manufacturing equipment to help companies meet their operational demands with targeted, client-focused solutions.

Offering the highest quality as well as the greatest assortment of products within the heating industry, engineers at Anderson Thermal Devices [ATD] are experts at meeting their clients' needs with engineered solutions. They provide clients with process heating equipment to increase line speeds, shorten drying times, save floor space and for energy efficiency.

ATD's Radiant Round quartz infrared heater collection offers their clients the most convenient solution to their process heating requirements. Utilizing an innovative opaque tube constructed from quartz, allied with electric resistance elements along the periphery, this product provides maximum efficiency and exceptionally high heat transfer levels for uniform delivery of optimal heat coverage.

ATD's infrared lamps are models of leading heating efficiency. When heated, they fill with pressurized halogen gas that provides the product with extended lifetime usage by minimizing oxidization and therefore decreasing evaporation of the tungsten filament within. The inner quartz tube of the infrared lamp helps the product to withstand the high-temperatures involved in process heating and, as such, is completely heat shock resistant, so the product maintains optimal operational levels throughout its time in use.

For excellence in infrared lamps, look no further. ATD's type T3 shortwave infrared lamps, which come in a multitude of lengths and provide heating temperatures of over 4000F with wattage ranges from 100-200 watts per linear inch through peak emissions of 1-2 microns in infrared wavelength. Offering 90% heating capacity after just one second, this leading class product is the foremost delivery mechanism for exceptionally high levels of productivity. Clients can also request to have a white ceramic reflector coating applied to the back of their infrared lamp, for multidirectional heating capability.

To help meet market demand for higher wattage lamps that operate at medium wavelength, ATD offers their Medium Wave T-3 lamps. Due to having six-times the emitting surface area of the shortwave lamps, the filament can operate at much lower temperatures, which helps to eliminate most of the visible light and shift the wavelength towards the medium range. This innovative product offers a life expectancy of over 5000 hours due to its sealed construction, thus delivering exceptional efficiency to any company engaging in professional processing applications.

Speak to the experts at Anderson Thermal Devices today to learn more about how their innovative collection of heating products can help your company maintain excellent production levels while lowering your energy bills.

About Anderson Thermal Devices:

Based in Hawthorne New Jersey, Anderson Thermal Devices provides state-of-the-art infrared lamps, heaters and cassettes to companies from a variety of industries, each designed to suit specific manufacturing processes for the ultimate in cost and energy efficiency. For more information, please go to Andersonthermal.

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Anderson Thermal Devices provides state of the art infrared lamps, heaters and cassettes to companies from a plethora of different industries, each designed to suit specific manufacturing processes for the ultimate in cost and energy efficiency. For more information, please go to www.andersonthermal.com.

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This article was published on 2010/11/12