Industrial Infrared Heating Solutions
Drawing on a wealth of in-house knowledge and experience in application engineering and heatwork development, each oven is built to precise customer requirements. Each oven or system can be produced to sit within any existing frameworks or as complete, standalone systems capable of integrating into other machinery.
The choice of short, medium, or long wavelengths for any custom oven or heating system will be dependant on your chosen application process. The installed power is always specified to our rule of ‘as much as necessary, as little as possible’.
We also keep the entire infrared process under one roof. That way, we’re able to give you an end to end service that takes care of your own unique oven, from modular, precision solutions to custom-built, high temperature ovens for specialist testing.
These case studies are examples of what we have done in the past to give you a better idea of what we can do for you. See our Infrared Solutions Case Studies Guide also.
Case Study: Carbon Fiber Heating System For AerospaceLearn more
As an independent, national centre for the world-class design and manufacture of composites, our client’s testing production capabilities were already meeting multi-sector demands.
Composite Pre-Heat OvenLearn more
A UK based company specialising in the coating and laminating of complex textiles, and cutting of carbon composite materials, had issues with processing their materials which due to their nature needed very accurate control.
Four Column Vertical Curing SystemLearn more
To heat four separate, composite parts, vertical heater columns were fitted with 22 infrared emitters and 3 pyrometers for precise, non-contact temperature measurement at 1” increments along the material.
Long Wave Composite Curing OvenLearn more
Ceramicx developed a composite curing oven, which was embedded in a robotic press cell for a variety of composite systems.
Modular Long-Wave Infrared Heaters In Composite CuringLearn more
Ceramicx SFEH black ceramic heating elements provided the higher temperatures required to fuse the materials, leading to faster curing times. Our inhouse Ceramicx team were then able to draw up drawings for a unique heating system, based on our own Modular IR 260 infrared technology.