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Electric infrared is possibly the most versatile and widely used electrical heating technology. In the UK, about 20 per cent of the electricity supplied to industry is used for process heating and some five per cent of that is used by infrared systems. There are three types of infrared emitter and these are classified according to the emitter filament temperature, which in turn defines the wavelength of the infrared radiation. The selection of the particular emitter obviously depends very much on the characteristics and parameters of the application. This technical article from Heraeus Noblelight focuses primarily on the carbon infrared emitter the company developed in collaboration with EA Technology.

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Technical article: the development and future of the carbon, medium-wave infrared emitter

Electric infrared is possibly the most versatile and widely used electrical heating technology. In the UK, about 20 per cent of the electricity supplied to industry is used for process heating and some five per cent of that is used by infrared systems. There are three types of infrared emitter and these are classified according to the emitter filament temperature, which in turn defines the wavelength of the infrared radiation. The selection of the particular emitter obviously depends very much on the characteristics and parameters of the application. This technical article from Heraeus Noblelight focuses primarily on the carbon infrared emitter the company developed in collaboration with EA Technology.

Click on the link above to download the article.

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