Available Wattage: 150W – 1000W
Size: 245 x 60 x 34mm
Average weight: 192g
Iron-chrome aluminium resistance wire
Heater Voltage: 230V standard
Useful wavelength range: 2-10 microns
Other Variations: voltages, wattages, lead length and terminations available on request
Max permissible operating temperature 750°C
Average Operating Life-Up to 20,000 hrs depending on conditions
UL approved (Click here for details)
Recommended radiation distance from heater is 100 mm to 200 mm
Minimum recommended spacing between elements: 5mm.
Supplied with 100mm ceramic beaded power leads.
We also supply elements fitted in a reflector. Please enquire for details.
|Mean surface temp (°C)||272||351||405||480||515||596||624||639||726
|Max power density (kW/m2)||9.2||15.3||18.4||24.6||30.7||40||46.1||49.2||61.5
Based on tests of average surface temperature with an infrared thermometer set at an emissivity of 0.95 (element mounted in an aluminised steel reflector, RAS)
Ceramicx has been working with the University of Duisburg in Essen Germany for a number of years. The data produced has allowed Ceramicx to evolve and develop our product further as well as making more information available to help customers make a better decision when applying infrared heaters and ceramic heaters to high-tech applications.
Ceramicx Supply Ceramic Infrared Technology for Thermoforming Giant
US-based thermoforming machine and system manufacturers Modern Machinery are well-known for their state-of-the-art, custom engineering. Tasked with designing and assembling an integral part of one of the largest shuttle thermoforming machine systems in North America, Ceramicx ceramic-based infrared technology helped make it possible.