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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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This unique technique has made measurement possible during infrared lamp heating, achieved a stable temperature in a low-temperature range(from room temperature to 200degrees Celsius), which was difficult to get when using a resistance furnace, and high-speed rising temperature and cooling down, leading to 1/4 measurement time compared with our existing systems.
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The company is also offering clients the benefit of their comprehensive engineering services for the design and manufacture of custom-shaped infrared lamps.
Metal parts manufacturing is only one of many industries where infrared lamps can be used.
Stretch-blow molded PET bottles are produced from preforms heated with microwave ovens instead of conventional infrared lamps.
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.
And far infrared lamps and saunas have long been used in alternative medicine, most often in conjunction with other treatments, such as acupuncture, said Dr.
We take advantage of the properties of non-ionising radiation for common tasks: microwave radiation - telecommunications and heating food; infrared radiation - infrared lamps to keep food warm in restaurants; and radio waves - broadcasting
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.
Footpads, rollers and infrared lamps all help to relieve aches and pains and rejuvenate tired feet with the rollers providing a workout on reflexology points to induce a sense of calm throughout the whole body.
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But before purchasing new infrared lamps for their lines, business owners must consider the types of lamps available and work with industry specialists to source and integrate the ideal solution.

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