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Energy Saving Ceramic Infrared Heater
HTS series heaters are produced using a hollow-casting ceramic process and are filled with thermal insulation material. This improves the radiant power output to the material to be heated.
Furthermore, there is a significant reduction in heat dissipated in the wiring space, so that additional insulation of the heating area is usually not required.
Compared with IR heaters, which are produced by using full-poured casting processes, HTS heaters have a considerably reduced heating-up time and, depending on the type of application, enable energy savings of up to 25 %.
Elstein HTS high temperature heaters are available in four designs and cover the power range from 60 W to 1000 W.
Technical Details :
|Type // Weight g // Wattage W||HTS/1 HTS||220||250||400||600||800||1000|
|Typical operating temperature||°C||450||570||700||810||860|
|Maximum permissible temperature||°C||900||900||900||900||900|
|Wavelength range||µm||2 - 10|
Further Information :
|Standard Design||Thermocouple Heater||Variants|
|operating voltage 230 V||integrated thermocouple type K (NiCr-Ni)||special wattages|
|ceramic hollow casting||designation T-HTS // T-HTS/1 // T-HTS/2 // T-HTS/4||special voltages|
|leads 85 mm||TC leads 100 mm||extended leads|
|Elstein standard socket||power leads with ring terminals|
The power can be controlled by using thermocouple heaters with TRD temperature controllers, TSE thyristor switching units and other accessories.
IR radiation panels can be assembled using REO reflectors, REF construction sets, EBI and EBF construction elements, BSI and BSH panels as well as mounting sheets MBO.
The national safety regulations must be complied with for the respective application, for example, the IEC or EN standard 60519-1, Safety in electrical heating installations.
Further information and safety instructions are mentioned in the mounting sheet, which is attached to each heater.