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  • What is Infrared Heating
    Infrared is a type of energy. How does infrared heat work? It heats people, floors, walls, and other surfaces directly, without heating the air around them first. The result? Infrared heating provides an instant warming, similar to when the sun emerges from clouds on a chilly day.
  • Radiant Infrared Heating - Theory & Principles
    Infrared energy is radiant energy which passes. through space in the form of electromagnetic. waves (Figure 1). Like light, it can be refl ected. and focused. Infrared energy does not depend. on air for transmission and is converted to. heat upon absorption by the work piece. In. fact, air
  • Infrared Applications for Post Construction Radiant Heating Systems
    This paper will review and discuss the benefits of infrared thermography as its technology applies to the investigations and inspections of various in-floor (interior) and concrete slab (interior and exterior) radiant heating systems, both electrical and fluid systems. The purpose of this paper
  • Industrial Heating Methods, Convection or Infrared?
    While it is always important to consider the cost and time requirements or a new heating system. Top of mind should be how effective that heating method is at reaching your product goals. Saving time and money on a particular heating method is no good if the method being used produces defects
  • Quantifying Heat Losses from Buried District Heating Piping via Infrared Thermography
    We have known for some time that surface temperature measurements via infrared thermography could find problem areas in the buried piping of district heating systems. While such information is useful for locating areas of major failures, for planning purposes some quantification of the results
  • Infrared at the Bottom of the World
    with infiltration/exfiltration. The US Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) was retained by NSF to conduct infrared surveys of the new South Pole Station, and has done so during both the 2005-2006 season and the 2006- 2007 season. To place this in perspective, one must consider the impact
  • How to select a ceramic infrared heater
    Safe, economical and efficient, infrared radiation heating systems can be designed, installed and operated by following some basic rules and guidelines.
  • Using Infrared for Residential Energy Surveys
    This paper will discuss the advantage infrared thermography provides in audits and energy surveys that assess the energy efficiency of the normal residential structure and HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) installation. In making these assessments, care must be given not only
  • Process Heating: Utilizing Landfill Gas (.pdf)
    Landfill gas is becoming increasingly important as a source of fuel for process heating. This is primarily due to its carbon footprint, which can be harnessed to do work instead of being vented or flared into the atmosphere. This study was undertaken to determine if existing infrared burners could
  • Using Infrared Thermography for Optimization, Quality Control and Minimization of Damages to Floor Heating Systems
    Thermography is a powerful diagnostic tool for the inspection of residential heating systems. In this paper, IR applications for hot water radiant floor heating systems, (which are quite popular in Germany) will be explored. Thermography easily identifies the regions where the tubes for water
  • Infrared Imaging and Log Construction Thermal Performance
    This paper will review and discuss the benefits of infrared thermography as its technology applies to the investigation and inspection of log home construction. Specifically, this paper will discuss the results and findings of infrared imaging used to evaluate thermal performance properties of log

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