HALOTHERM infrared halogen lamps
HALOTHERM lamps produce a maximum radiation of around 1100 nanometer (nm) and are ideal as irradiation sources for reflow soldering. These short-wave infrared halogen lamps (IR A) have a tungsten wire filament enclosed in a quartz tube. The advantage here is that quartz is highly transparent for infrared radiation. This means that the thermal output is emitted in the short-wave infrared range with minimal losses. In addition, the filler gas in the quartz vessel contains halogen additives to prevent the bulb from blackening and ensure long average life.
HALOTHERM lamps can be installed in machinery and production facilities, take up very little space and are easy to service. They are renowned for their short response times, precise regulation and high efficiency.