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  • Technical Background: Infrared Emitters (.pdf)
    Why Quartz Glass? Provide: high transmission for. IR Radiation, high thermal shock resistance, good high temperature properties and more...
  • Design / Installation Notes: Shortwave Emitters (.pdf)
    emitters infrared source is from a tungsten filament located in the center of the emitter. The protective element that surrounds the tungsten in made from clear fused quartzglass. This is evacuated and sealed and provides protection for the filament from oxygen, and provides against convection
  • Comparision of Convection vs. Infrared (.pdf)
    How is heat transfer different? Convection can only be controlled by air temperature and airspeed. With infrared emitters a far greater flexibility in heat up rates and temperatures can be achieved using different energy densities and wavelengths. How energy efficient are the technologies
  • Harnessing the Power of Infrared Energy
    to 2 ?m. Long infrared for process heating uses from 4 to 10 ?m. As the wavelength decreases, the temperature of the radiant source increases. Some emitters crossover into more than one category of radiance. For example, an emitter that is consider4ed to be medium wave infrared operating at a lower
  • Fundamentals of the Infrared Physical Layer
    communication can be established through free space between two dissimilar devices. This document describes the fundamentals of the infrared physical layer, the IrDA standard and selecting the proper discrete emitter and photodiode components for circuit implementation.
  • 10 Tips for Using Infrared Effectively
    Using infrared effectively doesn't have to be guess work or a big mystery to solve. A few practical tips can get you prepared to make a better buying decision as well as use an existing oven more effectively. 1. More is not always better. More heat does not accelerate some coatings and it can
  • Challenges in Infrared Imaging: Low Emissivities of Hot Gases, Metals, and Metallic Cavities
    In infrared thermal imaging, the temperatures are computed from the measured IR radiation according to Planck's law, modified by corrections due to the camera (detector response, transmission of optics, and more) as well as to the emitter, i.e., the object under consideration. The major problems
  • Case Study: Embossding Laminates (.PDF)
    By installing custom-built equipment, incorporating short wave infrared emitters on their embossing line, Cova Products of Cramlington are saving energy and improving throughput because of the application of targeted heat.
  • Infrared Basics
    is evacuated and filled with inert gases. A small amount of halogen gas is added to promote long life of the emitter. Rated life for most T3 lamps is 5000 hours. Actual life will depend upon the application and environment and may be greater of less than rated.
  • Selected Critical Applications for Thermography: Convections in Fluids, Selective Emitters and Highly Reflecting Materials
    emitters, in that they do not emit IR radiation selectively, and that the emissivities do not exhibit wavelength dependence in the thermal infrared spectral region. If these requirements are fulfilled, it is quite easy to analyze the IR images with high accuracy. However, there is a growing number