Infrared Heating Technologies Delivers Infrared Tunnel Oven (Curing Primer)
Infrared Heating Technologies Delivers Infrared/Convection Combination Conveyor Belt Oven (Solder Flow)
Infrared Heating Technologies recently designed, built, and installed an Electric Infrared/Convection Combination Conveyor Belt Oven Oven And Control System for flowing a solder pre-form on a ice machine condenser plate. This in-line conveyor system replaces the old batch style ovens, significantly reducing energy and maintenance costs, while increasing production throughput and process reproducibility. Left: Infrared/convection conveyor belt oven and control system. System features infrared radiant heat with convective mixing blowers for outstanding temperature control and uniformity. Heat zone interior is all stainless steel construction for minimum corrosion from solder flux. Includes an exhaust system for handling the flux vapor.
Infrared Heating Technologies recently designed, built, and installed two Silicon Carbide Tube Furnaces for hardening of wet shaving blade steel strip.Silicon carbide clamshell tube furnace and control system. This system features silicon carbide heating elements and a full silicon carbine hearth plate supporting the four Inconel processing tubes. Heating is from top and bottom for outstanding temperature uniformity. Furnace system includes eight independent temperature control zones and does not require any load transformers.
Infrared Heating Technologies designed, built, and installed an Electric Rod Over Bend (ROB) Heating Element Furnace And Control System for annealing and flattening rolled aluminum alloy sheet. Left:ROB electric heating element batch furnace features hydraulic lift system for ease of loading and a high temperature re-circulation plug blower mounted in a stainless steel distribution plenum for fast and uniform heating.
Infrared Heating Technologies designed, built, and installed an Electric Infrared Tunnel Oven for a powder coat curing application. The customer increased the line speed from 8 feet per minute to 12 feet per minute while increasing the quality of the coating. Left: Infrared tunnel oven features short wave electric infrared heaters for curing powder coat on structural steel parts.