Product/Service

Infrared Heat Tool

Source: Eraser Company, Inc.

Infrared Heat Tool
The Glo-Ring Infrared Heat Tool is used for heat-shrink tubing and materials used in the assembly of all types of electrical and medical equipment.
The Glo-Ring Infrared Heat Tool is used for heat-shrink tubing and materials used in the assembly of all types of electrical and medical equipment. It is a hand-held, lightweight tool that uses infrared heat to penetrate and shrink tubings. Its circular quartz elements open and close to encircle the work piece, resulting in even heating and shrinking. Because the shrinker does not blow hot air like traditional heat guns, and does not contain a motor, it can be sued in a clean room with no chance of contamination or RF interference, and it is silent in operation.

The shrinker elements attain their maximum operating temperature of 1500°F in approximately four seconds. Four sizes of elements are available from 0.5-in. OD to 3-in. to accommodate different sizes of work pieces. The elements plug into the heat sinks for changing and replacing. Heat to the element is controlled by a variable temperature control on the handpiece, so that only the correct amount of heat is applied to the heat-shrink material.

It weighs 10 oz. and can be used hand-held or in the stand provided with the lock-on button engaged. It is CE marked and meets all applicable EU safety standards. For production environments, a bench model is also available. This unit uses three pairs of elements in line to shrink larger areas simultaneously. The material is held in place by two material rests that are adjustable. Each set of elements is independently temperature controlled and any combination of element sizes can be used.

The Eraser Company, PO Box 4961, Olivia Dr., Syracuse, NY 13221. Phone: 315-454-3237; Fax: 315-454-3090.