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3000 Watt - 240 Volt - T3 Bulb Type - MS Base - 2500K - (QIH) Quartz - Infrared - Heater
These high-efficiency lamps are able to transfer large amounts of heat while maintaining absolute controllability. Quartz tubes are best used for radiant applications that need instant on, instant off, such as heat sensitive materials that may have to linger in a heat source. USHIO’s quartz lamps are the best choice where precise high wattage density is necessary for high speed production processes while maintaining even heat controlled zones.
IR Lamp Advantages:
• High Efficiency: Up to 95% of Energy Converted to IR Radiation
• Long Life: Typically Greater Than 5,000 Hours
• Fast Response: Typically < 1 Sec. to Reach 90% Output
• Output Maintenance: Typically <10% Drop in Output Over Life
• Variable Power Control
• Reliability: High Quality Parts and Stringent Processes Used to Produce a Superior Product
- Energy Used: 3000 watts
- Average Lifetime: 5000 hours
- Volts: 240
- Bulb Type: T3
- Base Type: MS
Filament Type: C-6
- Length: 19.8 in
- Color / Finish: Clear
- Width: 4 in
Color Temperature: 2,500K
Industrial IR Heater Lamp Applications:
Scientific & Medical:
The controlled heating available with the IR heater lamps allow these lamps to be used to accurately and instantaneously control the temperature of the surrounding environment. USHIO provides an array of different power levels, different geometries and a wide range of color temperatures to fit your specific heating needs. The IR lamps are used in applications such as infant environment warming, heat therapy for aching muscles, spa and sauna heating and environmental control for laboratory experiments.
Paint & Ink Drying:
This minimizes air movement, streaking, and dust particles adhering to the paint and ink surfaces. Pretreatment and primer coatings can easily be dried to achieve a much faster production process time. Infrared heating for paint applications are most commonly used on aluminum, metal, steel, and wood surfaces. Infrared heating of ink is mostly used for paper, cardboard, and textiles; as well as maintaining a consistent temperature for the ink cartridges.
The IR lamps are used in the solar simulation industry to mimic
the sun’s spectral output in the IR region. The combination of visible light and IR
light allows research of the complete affect of the sun on materials and testing
of solar panel efficiencies.
IR technology for curing is targeted to provide heat to specific areas where and when it is needed on demand. With the increasing popularity of powder coating curing applications, IR lamps apply even distribution of heat, resulting in polished and smooth surfaces.
Precise temperature and heating zones are required in the semiconductor industry. The IR lamps provide a precisely controlled IR source that can meet the stringent needs of the semiconductor industry.
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