EST. 1971

HALOGEN DRYING OVENS

 

Halogen Drying Ovens are perfect for metal, plastics, wet paint, powder, or wood. System reaches full operating temperature In one second. Optimal for use with applications utilizing waterborne materials – In some instances below three minute cure time. Short wave infrared penetrates faster and deeper into the finish, curing the material from the inside out. Halogen elements operate in the short wave heat spectrum above 4000 degrees F. Elements convert 95% of electricity into infrared heat as compared to 70% for quartz type elements. Halogen elements average life expectancy is in excess of 6000 Hours. Element housings are constructed of an aluminum parabolic shaped housing with removable protective wire guards. RSI Halogen Drying Ovens will dry the waterborne paint via the heating of the substrate and thus increasing the temperature of the coating. This increase of the coating temperature will increase the rate of evaporation. Infrared heat allow precise temperature control so you can be sure your product will be dried at the right rate to enhance product quality. Adding infrared heat to a processing line can cause major improvements in productivity and product quality.

The RSI Halogen Curing System is a state of the art product. It is the perfect system for metal, plastic, wet paint, powder, or wood. This system reaches its full operating temperature in one second. By rapidly attaining this temperature, the system allows for the immediate transfer of infrared energy to the object being cured, enabling an average cure time, for most waterborne materials, below three minutes. Short-wave infrared penetrates faster and deeper into the finish of the curing material from the inside out.

The many design features of The RSI Halogen Curing System provide easy utilization and prove to be an economical necessity. The halogen elements operate in the short wave heating spectrum at 4,040 degrees Fahrenheit compared to 1,530 degrees for quartz elements. The halogen elements convert 95% of electricity into infrared heat as compared to 70% for quartz type elements. The snap-in-halogen element receptacle has a life expectancy of over 6,000 hours and the elements can be changed in seconds. Halogen reflectors pivot 30 degrees providing easy heat focus. The interior walls and reflectors use anodized aluminum that has a 92% reflectivity and will never rust or corrode.

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