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Quartz Infrared Heater
Quartz Infrared Heater
Quartz Infrared Heater

USHIO Quartz Infrared Heater lamp is an example of efficiently utilizing the heat output of a specialty halogen lamp. Most of the output from this light source falls in the infrared region, and it is proven to be an extremely efficient heat energy source.

USHIO Quartz Infrared Heater lamp creates clean, safe heat source which can be flexibly controlled and minimizes footprint to maximize design possibilities.

With over 20 years of experience in converting the light source into heat source, USHIO provides heat source solutions to various industries ranging from familiar applications such as cooking equipments to state of the art applications such as processing of new materials for semiconductor industries. Some typical applications are, baking, drying, curing, dehydrating, space heating and warming of food.

With high-quality standards and possessing state-of-the-art equipment, USHIO Oregon provides clean, instantaneous and precision controlled quartz infrared heater lamps (QIH). These high-efficiency lamps are able to transfer large amounts of heat while maintaining absolute controllability. Quartz tubes are best used for radiant applications that need instant on, instant off, such as heat sensitive materials that may have to linger in a heat source. USHIO’s quartz lamps are the best choice where precise high wattage density is necessary for high speed production processes while maintaining even heat controlled zones.

FEATURES & BENEFITS

  • Highly Efficient Heat Source
    Over 85% of the input energy is converted into infrared energy.
  • Ease of Control
    As opposed to combustion heat energy, our light source based energy is easier to control and manipulate by use of lenses and reflectors.
  • Compact and Clean Energy
    A non-polluting heat source from a light weight and compact footprint enables flexible design possibilities.
  • Instant On/Off
    Due to the ability to reach maximum output upon ignition, a sophisticated heating programming can be applied.
  • Long Life and Consistent Output
    By utilizing the halogen cycle, Ushio’s lamps are designed up to 5000 hrs with almost no loss in infrared output.
  • Flexible Production Capability
    Ushio supports customer specified custom design and OEM support.

GENERAL PROPERTIES OF A QIH LAMP

 

  • A Base

  • B Filament

  • C Filling Tip

  • D Cement

  • E Lead Wire

  • F Outer Lead Rod

  • G Molybdenum Foil

  • H Inner Lead

  • I Support

  • J Bulb (Envelope)

  • K Seal

QIH Part Number Reference Guide

QIH Reference Notes

Calculators

Power Flow Rate Temp Calculator

Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.
airflow in standard cubic feet per minute
temperature rise in degrees F from the inlet to the exhaust
Watts = SCFM x ΔT/2.5

Temperature Conversion Calculator

Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.
°F = ((( °C * 9) / 5 ) + 32)
°C = ((( °F - 32) * 5 ) / 9)

Three-Phase Unit Calculator

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.
W = LC * (V * √2)
V = (W / LC) / √2
LC = W / (V * √2)

Single Phase Unit Calculator

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.
W = LC * V
V = LC * W
LC = W / V

Ohms Law Calculator

Fill in two values to find the other two.

O = V / A

O = V² / W

O = W / A²

V = A * O = A * (V/A)

V = √(W * O)

V = W / A

A = V / O

A = W/ V

A = √(W / O)

W = A * V

W = V² / O

W = A² * O

Heat Transfer Through Convection Calculator

ρ = density (lb/ft3)

V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)

Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)

Ta-Tb = temperature differential (°F)

Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)


Fill in four values

ρ = density (lb/ft3)
V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)
Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)
Ta-Tb = TD (°F)
Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)

ACFM to SCFM

ACFM = airflow in actual cubic feet per minute

P = gage pressure (psi)

T = gas temperature °R = 460 + °F

SCFM = airflow in standard cubic feet per minute


Find Standard Cubic Feet per Minute based on data from your Actual Cubic Feet per Minute Rotameter

airflow in actual cubic feet per minute
gage pressure (psi)
gas temperature °R = 460 + °F
airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

Standard Flow Rate (SCFM) Calculator

Calculate the SCFM.
Actual cubic feet per minute
Actual pounds per square inch at Gauge
Actual temperature in °F. °R = 460 + °F
CFM * (PSI actual / 14.7psi)*(528°R / T actual)

Pressure Conversion

Fill in one value to calculate the other.
PSI = Bar * 14.504
Bar = PSI / 14.504

Mass Flow to volume Metric Flow

Fill in one value to calculate the other two
kg/h = Kilogram Per Hour (lb/min multiply by 27.216)
Lbs/min = Pounds per minute (kg/h divide by 27.216)
SCFM = Standard cubic feet per minute

Power Flow Rate Temp Calculator

Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.
airflow in standard cubic feet per minute
temperature rise in degrees F from the inlet to the exhaust
Watts = SCFM x ΔT/2.5

Temperature Conversion Calculator

Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement.
°C = ((( °F - 32) * 5 ) / 9)
°F = ((( °C * 9) / 5 ) + 32)

Three-Phase Unit Calculator

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.
W = LC * (V * √2)
V = (W / LC) / √2
LC = W / (V * √2)

Single Phase Unit Calculator

Fill in two values to find the 3rd.
W = LC * V
V = LC * W
LC = W / V

Ohms Law Calculator

Fill in two values to find the other two.

O = V / A

O = V² / W

O = W / A²

V = A * O = A * (V/A)

V = √(W * O)

V = W / A

A = V / O

A = W/ V

A = √(W / O)

W = A * V

W = V² / O

W = A² * O

Heat Transfer Through Convection Calculator

ρ = density (lb/ft3)

V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)

Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)

Ta-Tb = temperature differential (°F)

Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)


Fill in four values

ρ = density (lb/ft3)
V = volume flow rate (ft3/hour)
Cp = specific heat (Btu/lb°F)
Ta-Tb = TD (°F)
Q = ρ x V x Cp x (Ta-Tb)

ACFM to SCFM

ACFM = airflow in actual cubic feet per minute

P = gage pressure (psi)

T = gas temperature °R = 460 + °F

SCFM = airflow in standard cubic feet per minute


Find Standard Cubic Feet per Minute based on data from your Actual Cubic Feet per Minute Rotameter

airflow in actual cubic feet per minute
gage pressure (psi)
gas temperature °R = 460 + °F
airflow in standard cubic feet per minute

Standard Flow Rate (SCFM) Calculator

Calculate the SCFM.
Actual cubic feet per minute
Actual pounds per square inch at Gauge
Actual temperature in °F. °R = 460 + °F
CFM * (PSI actual / 14.7psi)*(528°R / T actual)

Pressure Conversion

Fill in one value to calculate the other.
PSI = Bar * 14.504
Bar = PSI / 14.504

Mass Flow to volume Metric Flow

Fill in one value to calculate the other two
Kg/h = Kilogram Per Hour (lb/min multiply by 27.216)
Lbs/min = Pounds per minute (kg/h divide by 27.216)
SCFM = Standard cubic feet per minute