Infrared heating systems and control

Your choice of solution and its abilities will always be material and process dependant, but whether it’s short, medium, or longwave infrared heat, we’ll design a system that meets your requirements. 

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Multi-Zone, Infrared Thermoforming Oven

Custom-designed for the large-scale thermoforming

Weather-Resistant Products Construction

Pre and post-spray infrared heat also eliminates...

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Lightweight Drying System For Food Manufacturers

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Heating Solutions

Ceramicx’s industrial ovens draw on the company’s vast experience in applications engineering and ‘heatwork’ development.

Our heating systems are custom designed to each and every customers’ needs be they short, medium or long-wave. This choice is always material and process dependent, however the installed power is always specified according to our rule: ‘As much as necessary, as little as possible’. Ceramicx will advise you in regard to best infrared practice. 

Our Industries

Ceramicx Infrared technology is enabling the development of many process sectors, including packaging (thermoforming) and printing (drying and curing).

Infrared Testing

Ceramicx’ Portable Test Stand allows for quick and consistent testing of materials. 

Various long, medium, and short wave Infrared emitters are fitted in a modified PAS, which is easily attached to the test stand. The emitters face down and heat a material that is placed on a stainless steel mesh. The distance between emitter and material can easily be adjusted. This allows the user to quickly determine the most suitable type of emitter and heating distance for a specific material.

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“The new IR system provided by Ceramicx was delivered in a timely manner within budget. 

The pre-heating process improvements to our embossing equipment have increased production and reduced scrap within the extrusion process.”