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infrared lamp

[¦in·frə¦red ′lamp]
(electricity)
An incandescent lamp which operates at reduced voltage with a filament temperature of 4000°F (2200°C) so that it radiates electromagnetic energy primarily in the infrared region.

infrared lamp

An incandescent lamp having a higher percentage of the radiant power in the infrared region than a standard incandescent lamp; has longer average life owing to the lower filament temperature; may have a red glass bulb to reduce the radiated visible light.
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As leading market specialists within the process heating field, Anderson Thermal Devices is now offering a comprehensive array of shaped infrared lamps.
Once the ideal twin tube infrared lamps are crafted for the client, the Anderson Thermal Devices team ensures the devices are installed with seamless precision within the company facility.
It has infrared lamps for night combat and other operations.
I've always got the shed ready for the birds when they arrive, sawdust down, infrared lamps on, so it's just a matter of lifting the little sparrow-like creatures out of their boxes and watching as they stretch their wings for the first time and have a good old flap about.
Infrared lamps are offered in wavelengths of 850 nm, 880 nm and 940 nm.
The rear-viewing camera combines a black-and-white imager with infrared lamps for maximum light sensitivity.
The ExtrudeIR model 4069E curing system uses high intensity infrared lamps and polished aluminum reflectors to deliver heat where it is needed for many curing and drying applications on extrusion lines.
The ExtrudeIR Model 4069E curing system uses high intensity infrared lamps and polished aluminum reflectors to deliver heat precisely where it is needed for many curing and drying applications on extrusion lines.
The need for an EU law on artificial radiation, such as lasers and infrared lamps is common ground however--the legislation lays down exposure limit values and requires employers to carry out risk assessments.
New technology incorporating quartz halogen infrared lamps ensures efficient distribution of heat up to 300 C.
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1% moisture or solids and can weigh up to 200 grams of sample New technology incorporating quartz halogen infrared lamps ensures efficient distribution of heat up to 300 degrees Celsius.

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