Infrared is electromagnetic spectrum, which is between radio waves and visible light waves. Infrared waves have wave lengths between 0,76 micro to 10 micron. Infrared energy is absorbed or reflected or conducted by the material depending on wave length and structure of the material. That’s why it’s very important to select right lamp by stating needed wave length of material in applications.
Infrared heating systems are composed by reflecting lamp, reflector and control systems. Additionally fans are added to cool the components which are exposed to high temperatures.
Reflector lamps, which generate infrared heat, classified into three groups as short wave, medium wave and long wave according to their wave lengths. It is very important to select and project the right reflector lamp according to material to be heated. Caldor Industrial offers best possible heating projects, which will be integrated with your already existing systems, through their specialised engineers. Caldor infrared heating modules make your process more economical, faster and better quality.
We keep the customer satisfaction always pre-eminently by providing quality services in infrared sector too. Our most important priority is quality for for infrared and for all other products and services, however your satisfaction is very important too.
You van contact to us first infrared and for all other heating products and services.
Medium Wave Infrared
Medium Wave Reflectors
Due to tungsten flaments and quartz glass performance, tbe medium wave Emitters are very powerful heat sources.Their working temperature is 900 °C and produced by Ni-Cr or Fe-Cr-Al elements, their reaction time is very quick, wave length is 2-2.9 µm. Average working life of fast-medium wave emitters is 30.000 hours and they are coated by ceramic or golden reflectors. They differ from fast-medium wave emitters according to usage fields.
Fast Medium Wave Infrared
Due to tungsten flaments and quartz glass performance, tube Fast-Medium wave Emitters are very powerful heat sources. Their working temperature is 900 °C and produced by Ni-Cr or Fe-Cr-Al elements, their reaction time is very quick, wave length is 2-2.9 µm. Average working life of fast-medium wave emitters is 30.000 hours and they are coated by ceramic or golden reflectors.
They provide an excellent performance as thermal radiation.
Wave length (medium wave) is between 2.0-2.9 µm.
They can work verticaly and horizontaly.
They are more efficient and faster than other emitters in drying sector.
They have very fast prehat and cooling.
They can reach over 1200 °C flament temperature.
Their working life is 7000 hours.
There are single tube or twin tube applications.
They may be golden or ceramic coated (tube).
Short Wave Infrared
Biggest difference between wave lengths are air passing abilities of beams. Studies in this field prooves that 86% of beams, which are produced by a short wave spreading heater, can arrive to counterface. This rate is 62% in medium wave spreading heaters and only 43 % in long wave heaters. Consequently short wave products are 40-44 % more efficient by comparing their closest competitor.
As the radiation conduction ability of short wave products is higher, this kind of products are more efficient and effective in outdoor and spot heating applications. By this means, it is possible to heat enviroment more effectively by using a smaller capacity heater and consequently by consumpting less energy.
Color temperature of short wave infrareds is 2400-2500 °K. Wave length is 1.0 – 1.8 μm.
Flaments are produced by tungsten wire and saved by halogen gas. Reaction time of short wave twin tubes is 1-1,5 seconds. Average working life of short wave twin tubes is 5000 hours. Short wave twin tubes can be coated by golden or ceramic reflector.