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Paper serviettes are popular because they have good absorbency and can be attractively printed. However, during printing, these very properties cause particular problems, as both the ink on the surface and that fraction within the deeper serviette layers must be dried. Only when the ink and water are completely dried can the serviettes be packed. In order to achieve this in-line and in an acceptable time, the drying must be especially efficient. This application note explains how the hybrid carbon infrared emitter from Heraeus Noblelight, which combines a medium-wave carbon emitter with a short-wave infrared emitter in a quartz glass twin tube, is suitable for this purpose.

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Application note: hybrid carbon infrared heaters optimise the drying of paper tissues

Paper serviettes are popular because they have good absorbency and can be attractively printed. However, during printing, these very properties cause particular problems, as both the ink on the surface and that fraction within the deeper serviette layers must be dried. Only when the ink and water are completely dried can the serviettes be packed. In order to achieve this in-line and in an acceptable time, the drying must be especially efficient. This application note explains how the hybrid carbon infrared emitter from Heraeus Noblelight, which combines a medium-wave carbon emitter with a short-wave infrared emitter in a quartz glass twin tube, is suitable for this purpose.

Click on the link above to download the application note.

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