Ceramic infrared heating elements are used for hardening and drying processes, among others.
These elements are manufactured by moulding a resistive conductor into a ceramic mass. Ceramic elements have a temperature range of 300°C to 730°C and produces an infrared wave of 2-10 µ.
The glazed ceramic surface protects the heating spool against rust and aggressive substances.
We have a wide range of standard models – call for more information about our inventory or discuss how Heatrod can offer bespoke elements for your application.
Quartz infrared heating elements from Heatrod produce short wavelength radiation and provide a working temperature of up to 2,400°C.
These elements can be used in environments with a vacuum, or where there is air movement.
Heatrod infrared heating elements offer a quick and efficient heating to a low investment cost and is especially suitable where brief heating at intervals is required.