Full Quartz Infrared Heating Element (FQE)
A versatile infrared quartz heating element (150 – 1,000W) providing an instant heat response for a variety of industrial process applications. These elements are particularly effective for manufacturing processes where a rapid heater response is required.
Available Wattage: 150 – 1000W
Size: 247 x 22.5 x 62.5mm
Useful wavelength range: 1.5 – 8 microns
Average weight: 376g
Heater Voltage: 230V standard
Other Variations: voltages, wattages, lead length and terminations available on request
Average Operating Life: 10,000 hrs depending on conditions
Iron-chrome aluminium resistance wire
Recommended radiation distance from heater is 100 mm to 200 mm
Minimum recommended spacing between elements: 5mm.
Supplied with 100mm ceramic beaded power leads
Ensure temperature of the aluminium clad steel body does not exceed 500°C (932°F).
|Mean surface temp (°C)||343||438||477||542||593||664||690||772
|Max power density (kW/m2)||8.8||14.6||17.6||23.5||29.3||38.2||44||58.7
|Radiant Watt density at 100mm W/cm2||0.10 ||0.26 ||0.48 ||0.69 ||1.14
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 Element Efficiency Helps Chinese Thermoformers Become Industry Leaders
A leading packaging material manufacturer has chosen a series of Ceramicx 1,000W FQE full quartz infrared heating elements to increase production on a slow and inefficient system. These long wave elements now provide a faster, more consistent, and more efficient process in the heat-curing of aluminium-coated lining paper and anti-counterfeit packaging film.
Ceramicx means Quality and Cost-Effectiveness for Machinecraft
As one of India’s largest manufacturers of plastic processing machinery, Mumbai-based company, Machinecraft, has a keen focus on operational efficiency and technological advancement. And with more than 2,000 installations and industrial machines running in 35 countries around the world, using quality infrared components is crucial to their success.