Heating of materials

Heating of plastic sheets for thermoforming

Thermal treatment of tissue

Furnaces for printed circuit boards

Sealing glass-metal and bending of plates


Paper, textile fabrics and various primers

Synthetic and water-based inks, paints and glues


Glaze on ceramics

Heating ovens for:

Powder paints

Teflon coatings

Touch-up paint for car body


These are some examples of the applications of ceramic radiators. Many materials have to be heated or dried in industrial processes and the infrared radiators are the ideal solution. Applications of ceramic radiators are truly limitless.

Advantages irradiator ceramic infrared

Fast transmission of heat

Radiation constant over time

Heating perfectly uniform

Guaranteed operation over time

Finishing durable, splash-proof and anti-corrosion

Easy to assemble


Power of 2.5 W / cm ² to 15 W / cm ² (10 kW / m² to 60 kW / m²)

Max operating temperature: 700 º C (1292 º F)

Infrared emission rate: 96%

Resistive winding spiral Nickel-Chrome 80/20

Isolation in high purity ceramic with high mechanical resistance to thermal shock and high dielectric

Power cable nickel, insulated with ceramic beads and resistant to high temperatures

Turret mounting slot for standard 15×41 mm


Each radiator comes complete with spring clips. The figure shows the mounting of an element FTE a reflective sheet. There is, in fact, a close relationship between the surface temperature of ‘irradiator and that of the material, therefore the latter can be controlled by the thermocouple placed sull’irradiatore same. The electrical connections must be made with the thermocouple compensating cable Type K


A sophisticated testing equipment (TCP 2000) allows us to guarantee the entire product, since all the heaters are hot tested, with the actual application of their working voltage

In addition, the TCP 2000 is equipped with a printer certifying the results of the testing

On request we can provide the certificate of inspection for each heater

Standard measurements

Ohmic value

Dielectric strength

Leakage current

Insulation Resistance

Efficiency of the ground conductor

Additional information