The design power of Boostercat high-efficiency catalyst infrared radiation board is 30kW/m2;
Suitable for clean gas fuels such as natural gas and liquefied gas;
Radiation board can be designed according to requirements, heating power: 6-25kW;
Back ventilation technology to ensure sufficient oxygen supply to the catalyst without poisoning;
Can be quickly installed and removed, suitable for limited space, can be installed horizontally or vertically;
Rapid temperature increase or decrease without adjusting the distance from the product;
Under the rated heat output, the surface temperature of the radiant panel can reach 365℃～650℃.
EU ATEX certification: CE mark in accordance with ATEX directive 2014/34/UE, used in potentially explosive environments, Class II, 2G explosion-proof;
EAC certification: applicable to the Eurasian Economic Union, including Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan;
UKR SEPRO certification: applicable to Ukraine.
Gas catalyst catalytic infrared heating technology
Gas catalyst infrared heating technology is a kind of heating technology without open flame, based on combustible gas (natural gas, liquefied gas) working on the basis of catalytic oxidation reaction, and release heat through infrared waves.
Gas (natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas) is in contact with oxygen, and through a properly preheated platinum catalyst, the gas is oxidized and heat energy is generated. The heat energy is released by infrared rays.
Gas（燃氣） + Oxygen（氧氣） + Platinum Catalyst（鉑催化劑） = CO（二氧化碳） + HO（水蒸氣） + IR heat（紅外熱能）
The fuel gas flows in the heater and realizes complete oxidation of natural gas through the catalytic reaction with the oxygen in the surrounding atmosphere without flame at all, because the temperature at which the catalytic reaction occurs is lower than the ignition point of natural gas. Therefore, the catalytic infrared heating system is absolutely safe for use in potentially explosive environments. The INFRACAT and BOOSTERCAT products provided by Eforasso have obtained the ATEX explosion-proof certification for the equipment used in the potentially explosive environment of the European Commission and the European Union CE, American FM, Canadian CAS, Russian Federation National EAC and other certifications.
The catalytic infrared heating technology has obvious advantages in emissions, mainly producing CO2 and H2O, and does not emit CO, NOX and unburned hydrocarbons (UHC). Therefore, the catalytic infrared heating technology greatly reduces environmental pollution. At the same time, the catalytic catalyst infrared heating technology has lower CO2 emissions than gas heating, fuel oil heating, and electric heating.
Gas catalyst catalytic infrared heating technology emits thermal energy through infrared (IR). Infrared radiation is a form of electromagnetic wave (infrared) energy transmission. Electromagnetic waves propagate in a straight line and are not absorbed by air, so infrared rays do not heat the volume. Only when infrared rays are absorbed by objects exposed to the air, infrared rays will be converted into heat. This heating principle can achieve significant energy saving and high-quality heating treatment in a short time.
The temperature of the heat source of the gas catalyst catalytic infrared determines the wavelength of the light source: if the temperature increases, the wavelength will shorten.
Gas catalyst catalytic infrared heating technology mainly achieves different wavelengths by adjusting the surface temperature of the catalytic plate. Therefore, gas catalyst catalytic infrared heating is suitable for heating applications of different substrates, and is suitable for medium and long waves between 2-10 μm.
The 2-10μm infrared wave emitted by the gas catalyst catalytic infrared radiation heating panel is absorbed by most organic products. For example, in the field of powder coatings, infrared energy is completely absorbed in the polymerization stage, and in the processing of traditional solvent-based coatings and water-based coatings, infrared radiation wavelengths can quickly evaporate water and solvents without generating heat in the treated matrix Stress, thereby achieving high-quality uniform heating.