Circular infrared heating system utilising long wave ceramic emitters

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Circular infrared heating system utilising long wave ceramic emitters

Description project sample:

Four zone, 207KW circular infrared heating system utilising long wave ceramic emitters.

Application:

Drying of coarse stone aggregate in rotating steel tube. Application required easy and rapid disassembly of heated sections to facilitate maintenance

Ceramic Heating Technology

  1. Using Long wave radiation for curing heating and drying is an environmentally friendly, portable and cost effective method of heating. They have a cast-in iron-chrome aluminium resistance wire which operate in the temperature range of 300 Celsius to 730 Celsius.
  2. The glazed ceramic surface protects the heating coil from the risk of corrosion or chemical attack. Ceramic elements operate in the temperature of 300 Celsius to 730 Celsius producing an IR wavelength on the 2 to 10 micron range. Most plastics and many other materials absorb IR best in this range. Which makes the ceramic heater the most efficient IR radiant emitter on the market.
  3. A range of aluminised steel reflectors are also available to ensure that most of the radiation generated is reflected forward on to the target area.

Stylesheet: Sample Project A Long wave ceramic infrared system design

CAD File: FTE-Model 4