Gas infrared systems

  • 22-Jul-2013 04:16 EDT
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Bekaert Solaronics' gas infrared systems are suitable for producers of pads for vehicle disc brakes. According to the company, the systems optimize the quality and cost of scorching processes. Bekaert’s gas infrared solution offers benefits over a traditional electrical infrared system, claims the company. The systems feature a compact and modular design and a ceramic plate protected by unique surface treatment as well as a control panel-monitored emitter selection and power level. They also offer adjustable radiation distance and time,  tolerance control on weight-loss, power variation, and other critical parameters. User benefits include lower energy consumption and costs compared to electrical infrared systems, shorter machine downtime due to less maintenance, a user-friendly control panel enabling specific settings and continuous process control, and tailor-made solutions and customized service. 

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