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Infrared Ovens Manufacturers and Companies

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  • The Ever Efficient Infrared Ovens

    Some heating techniques are usually only utilized for certain tasks because they are so efficient in that one area that manufacturers do not design them for others. Infrared heating, which utilizes tungsten instead of the electric coils used by baking ovens, is made for heating large spaces or being used in infrared ovens for industrial processes. Although infrared cookers are items being sold in residential and commercial contexts in recent years, infrared ovens are still monopolized by the industrial market. Infrared ovens are utilizing electromagnetic radiation to transfer the heat...

  • Infrared Ovens Saving the Planet One Company at a Time

    Back in 1800 when William Herschel discovered the existence of infrared radiation he surely did not know what he was starting. Infrared technology has been used in a variety of applications, the government uses it, hunters use it and many major industries use it today. One of the major uses of infrared technology in industries today is to dry or cure different products. The medium they use to do this is of course the infrared oven. Infrared ovens can be used to cook things faster, and work well in industrial...

  • Infrared Furnace For Composite Forming

    Infrared Heating Technologies recently designed, manufactured, tested, shipped, and installed, several medium wave electric infrared stack furnaces for pre-heating and forming carbon composites for the manufacture of aerospace parts. The process consists of pre-heating carbon composite material blanks prior to press forming. Each furnace chamber includes medium wave quartz tube heaters for heating from below and above the composite blank. A stainless steel structure internal to the furnace hearth is included for supporting the composite blank between the upper and lower heating elements during the heat cycle.     The...

  • Thermal Product Solutions Acquires Wisconsin Oven Corporation

    Friday, March 13, 2015 Thermal Product Solutions (“TPS”) has acquired Wisconsin Oven Corporation, a leading American manufacturer of custom industrial ovens used for heat treating, finishing, drying, curing, manufacturing automation and process control. Wisconsin Oven offers products for the aerospace, automotive, composites, energy, finishing, military and pharmaceutical industries. TPS is a global leader in thermal processing products and test solutions with brands including BlueM, Gruenberg, Tenney, Lindberg, MPH and now Wisconsin Oven. Wisconsin Oven is located in East Troy, Wisconsin, southwest of Milwaukee and northwest of Chicago. Wisconsin...

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Infrared Ovens

Infrared ovens are thermal processing machines that transfer heat directly to objects. In conduction and convection ovens, heat is first transferred to the air inside the oven, which is then transferred to the object for which the heating treatment is intended. Infrared ovens are, because they can transfer heat to objects directly, the most efficient variety of industrial ovens.

Infrared ovens are so effective and efficient that they have become near-standard machinery for some industrial tasks. Because infrared heating is far more efficient than convectional or conductive heating, infrared ovens are useful in applications that involve the drying or curing of highly complex objects. Infrared ovens can quickly pre-heat coated products in initial curing stages; ovens using a combination of convection and infrared heating are becoming common for these types of processes. Conveyor ovens that use infrared heating elements are far more cost and energy-efficient than convection ovens, as maintaining oven temperature is not crucial with infrared heating. While conventional conveyors waste energy by releasing unrecuperated heat, infrared ovens transfer heat directly from filament to object, releasing little waste heat. In recent years, infrared ovens have been developed and marketed for consumer industries as well as industrial processes, and home "infrared cookers" have met considerable success.

Infrared ovens use electromagnetic radiation to transfer heat directly to an object without using gas-to-solid transfer. Infrared radiation is transferred directly to an object through a beam which is projected from an electrically heated flat panel emitter (a type of filament). Infrared emitters are typically made from coiled tungsten wire, although infrared heaters may be gas-powered as well. Because infrared ovens use long wave infrared beams of electromagnetic radiation to heat objects, maintaining a direct line (or "line of sight) between the flat panel heat emitter and the object to be heated is ideal. The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum which is responsible for producing heat within the range of invisible light are long wave infrared beams; long wave infrared within the range of 700 to 3.4 microns is most effective for most industrial heating, curing and drying operations.Infrared heat is particularly suitable for processing two dimensional products like web, fabric and products that require powder curing. Infrared ovens are capable of projecting heat at 90 degree, 45 degree and 30 degree angles in addition to straight lines.

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