Press Release Summary:
S and TFA Series Infrared Furnaces can heat up to 1000Â°C and stabilize in less than 10 minutes. They can also cool down to 400Â°C operation within 10 minutes. Furnaces feature closed loop heating control system for fast response times, ensuring system stability and reliability, while increasing uniformity, repeatability, and productivity.
Original Press Release:
RTC Infrared Furnaces Provide Exceptional Energy Savings
Radiant Technology Corporation, a leading supplier of infrared ovens and furnaces for the electronics industry, announces the significant energy savings that can be achieved with the use of their high quality infrared furnaces. When compared with 24-hour operation of a traditional muffle furnace, RTC infrared furnaces reduce power consumption by as much as 75%, while offering increased productivity, flexibility, and overall performance.
RTC infrared furnaces consume only 25% of the energy required for conventional muffle furnaces, because they provide the fastest heat up and cool down times available. For example, RTC's S and TFA Series furnaces can heat up to 1000°C and stabilize in less than ten minutes. Also, they can cool down to 400°C operation within ten minutes. The result of this rapid heating and cooling is that RTC furnaces operate more efficiently, delivering the same production levels as a conventional muffle furnace, but consuming less power while providing greater flexibility.
Other factors that contribute to the reduced cost of ownership for an RTC infrared furnace include reduced production floor space requirements, long heater life, clean process (Class 100), and minimized scheduled-maintenance downtime. In addition, RTC infrared furnaces feature a closed loop heating control system for fast response times, ensuring system stability and reliability, while increasing uniformity, repeatability, and
RTC's new Energy Consumption Analysis offers step-by-step guidelines that help furnace owners calculate their current yearly energy consumption. The completed Analysis can be sent to RTC for review, allowing them to provide specific information on the amount of energy that can be saved every year by switching from a conventional furnace to a cost-efficient RTC infrared furnace.