Due to the compact construction and the contactless IR heating (possibly in combination with warm air drying and extraction), we are able to develop, manufacture and install a high-quality installation for each unique process.
We only use electrically controlled IR heaters. A heating process carried out with our installations is therefore a "clean" method of heating in which no combustion gases are released and the environment is not polluted by CO2 emissions.
We have been working since 2009 on the development and production of heating panels, equipped with Elstein ceramic radiation elements. These radiation panels are used in the plastics processing industry, the agricultural and poultry sector, machine building and the food sector.
Our own well trained engineers are ready for services if you run into an unexpected problem. We can advise, if possible you by phone otherwise on your location.
We keep our spareparts in stock in our plant in the Netherlands and at the office of our agency Eltosch Grafix America Inc. in Batavia, Illinois, USA.
You can also contact us for maintenance and services to dry systems that are not manufactured by Jac. de Vries Infraroodtechniek.
Infrared systems are used extensively for drying coatings on all surfaces (wood, MDF, metal, paper, cardboard, plastic, etc.). The systems can easily be installed. We also work together with renowned machine manufacturers so that our systems can be integrated from the design.
Many heat processes in the food industry can be carried out with IR heat radiation. Some examples are: drying (evaporating water), thawing and warming up, keeping food warm, germinating / disinfecting and baking processes.
In the Plastics industry we have developed many different infrared technology applications. From conveyor belt developers, to companies that work with vacuum forming where plastic is melted and glued.
The use of Infrared systems in the wood industry leads to savings, reductions in CO2 emissions and time savings.
Is very effective for as well small as large spaces, Infrared heating panels deliver direct heat without energy loss or unnecessary heat loss.
Direct heating, minimal CO2 emissions and high throughput make laminate and gluing one of the most common applications of infrared technology.
In the printing industry, infrared dry systems are frequently used due to the high rotational speeds, short drying times and low energy consumption.
In the production of floorcovering and carpets, infrared systems are primarily used to achieve good adhesion between the top and bottom layers. This can be achieved by gluing, but also by heating (latex / PVC).
The heat required for the production and processing of composites (fiber-reinforced plastics) can be set very quickly and accurately by means of infrared heat radiation. It is contactless and therefore suitable for use in production processes.