Infrared Emitters

Used for industrial heating, our infrared quartz emitters are designed and engineered to your specifications. When you need to apply precise heat radiation with infinite controllability, infrared heating technology is the best option.

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Benefits of Infrared Heating by Emitted Energy:

  • Decrease power consumption and increase your process speed
  • Non-Contact Heating
  • Precisely adjust applied heat based on your material properties
  • Precision heating with infinite controllability
  • Instant on and off response times

Emitted Energy Corporation manufactures Short-wave and Medium-wave infrared emitters. Each with the ability to be completely customized to your specifications, allow us to help you make the right selection to fit your needs.


Short-wave Infrared Emitters

  • Tungsten filaments enclosed in 99.9% pure quartz tube
  • Emitters incasing a special blend of inert gasses: nitrogen, neon, and argon
  • Filaments reaching temperatures of 4,200°F
  • Instant on/off capability
  • Guaranteed to 5,000 hours of on-time

Medium-wave Infrared Emitters

  • Carbon-based filaments enclosed in 99.9% pure quartz tube
  • Filaments reaching temperatures of 2,000°F
  • Affordable advantage for long interval on-hours
  • Available in short on/off response times
  • Guaranteed to 10,000 hours of on-time

Emitted Energy offers 5 main categories of infrared emitters. All categories can provide you short-wave or medium-wave along with a variety of options to provide you with the optimal solution for your infrared heating technology needs.

ring infrared emitters

Ring Emitters

When you need to apply precise heat in configurations up to 360 degrees, ring emitters are your best option. Made from custom shaped pure quartz and gold reflectors, each emitter is designed and manufactured to meet your specifications.
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single tube infrared emitters

Single Tube Emitters

For some applications, an infrared emitters consisting of just one heating filament in a quartz tube may be just the right thing. These emitters are made of high-quality quartz glass, in most cases shorter than twin tube infrared emitters and equipped with gold reflectors as required. Designed and manufactured to meet your specifications.
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twin tube infrared emitters

Twin-tube Emitters

Twin tube infrared technology offers twice the power in the same package. Providing higher radiation density and improved mechanical stability, twin tube emitters are becoming very popular to apply quick and precise heating. Dimensions and filaments of all the infrared emitters are designed and manufactured to your specifications.
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contour infrared emitters

Contour Emitters

Some applications require specific and precise heat control with very unique shapes and contours in which to apply heat. Custom designed and manufactured quartz emitters to fit your application, Emitted Energy is here to solve your heating needs.
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specialty infrared emitters

Specialty Emitters

There are many different applications that can utilize infrared emitters. Don't let your need of fitting a specific profile or meeting a certain size deter you from an optimal solution. Emitted Energy offers special and fully custom emitter solutions, from 3D contouring to true 360° heat profiles.
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What is Infrared Technology?

Infrared radiation is a form of electromagnetic energy that is generated by the vibration and rotation of atoms and molecules within all objects with temperatures above absolute zero (0° Kelvin; -459° F; or -273° C). Infrared (literally meaning "below" or "beyond" the red) is located between the visible and microwave portions of the electromagnetic spectrum and shares many of the same properties of visible light, except it has a longer wavelength. When infrared waves encounter a solid object they can be reflected (bounce off), diffracted (scattered), refracted (bent), transmitted (pass through), or absorbed by the object where several of these effects can take place at the same time. The visible portion of the spectrum ranges in wavelength from 0.38 microns to 0.76 microns. The infrared portion, which is not visible to the human eye, begins at 0.76 microns and extends to 10.0 microns (micron = one thousandth of a millimeter, one millionth of a kilometer). All objects emit infrared as a function of their temperature.