Anderson Thermal Devices Offers the Industry’s Leading Quartz Halogen Industrial Infrared Lamps

Hawthorne, NJ-based infrared component specialist, Anderson Thermal Devices offers the industry’s leading Quartz Halogen industrial infrared lamps.

Hawthorne, NJ, January 18, 2015 --( The company’s shortwave lamps are designed to reach a peak lamp temperature of 2400c within one second, providing infrared heat at a level of 1.15 microns. And each product offers multiple zone options to ensure uniformity of heat levels across the entire structure of the product.

Industrial heating technology continues to evolve to meet ever-higher standards of efficiency within the process heating marketplace. As the technology’s capacity is improved, companies within the process heating industry are coming to depend upon infrared specialists to optimize components for their applications. Applications such as high speed annealing, curing and drying processes, in which intense heat is required, can now be completed efficiently, utilizing products such as T-3 and T-4 Tubular Quartz Halogen industrial infrared lamps offered by Anderson Thermal Devices.

Anderson Thermal Devices’ Quartz Halogen lamps provide high intensity heat at short wavelengths. The products harness a low mass tungsten filament, which has been engineered to respond rapidly to changes in voltage. Within complex line applications in which precise levels of temperature control is required, this swift response helps maintain product quality and allows companies greater ability to improve productivity over time. Because the company’s T-3 and T-4 Tubular Quartz Halogen industrial infrared lamps can be mounted either horizontally or vertically, companies have greater flexibility to create a dynamic heating solution for their application. This flexibility ensures growing companies can conserve space within their plants.

To help improve safety within manufacturing plants, the Anderson Thermal Devices Quartz Tube lamps are available with industry standard non glare coatings. When needed, this ensures that the intense light is focused on the heated product, rather than being reflected within the manufacturing environment.

Effective infrared heating solutions are available for all process heating applications. Discover the full range of options available today by speaking with an Anderson Thermal Devices representative directly or visiting their company website at

Note: T3 and T4 are not products they are dimensional references denoting the circumference of the quartz tube. T3 is 3/8 in diameter and T4 is ½ (4/8). It is like in the lumber business 1 X 2 means nothing without “wood” or “lumber”.
Anderson Thermal Devices Inc.
John McKechnie