Infrared Burner Principle

- Aug 22, 2018-

  Infrared burning furnace is made of porous ceramic plate as the burning burner and designed with advanced science and technology. Heating, drying and heat preservation with a gas infrared burner can save energy consumption by more than 50% and reduce pollution. Since the infrared burner is completely premixed with the air during combustion to ensure complete combustion, thereby reducing the emission of pollutants, the radiation infrared rays emitted by the burner have a strong penetrating power and can excite the water molecules to resonate. The heat is evenly penetrated into the deep core of the object to be heated, ensuring uniform heating effect, improving heating quality and drying efficiency.

 The infrared burning furnace has the advantages of high efficiency, energy saving, low pollution, economical and practical, and simple installation: compared with electric drying, the cost is reduced by more than half. Therefore, the use of gas infrared burner has become a new process and new trend of industrial heating, drying and heat preservation. It has been widely used in various industries and fields such as industrial baking varnish, printing and dyeing, food.

  The use of infrared light is easy to be absorbed by water and can penetrate a certain thickness of material, can be used to dry the material, which is characterized by high speed and high production efficiency. Compared with other infrared burners, the metal fiber burner has a unique advantage: because of the small thermal inertia of the metal fiber material, it can rapidly heat up and cool down, that is, its temperature can rise from normal temperature to working temperature within a few seconds after ignition. After stopping the work, it can also be cooled from the working temperature to the normal temperature in a few seconds. This is very beneficial to prevent the material from being damaged due to excessive heating. In particular, it can completely avoid the flammable items such as paper and fabric in the event of a power failure. Overheating and burning.