The electromagnetic wavelength spectrum which is relevant for thermal and drying processes, starts in the UV wavelength and goes through visible light to NIR (Near Infrared) to mid wave IR and long wave IR.
NIR lies just above visible light. This is where the wavelength of electromagnetic radiation reaches its maximum energy density and optimum physical characteristics. Proprietary adphosNIR® technology now makes it possible to use the unique physical properties of this part of the electromagnetic spectrum in industrial production processes.
The adphosNIR® technology is based on the NIR wavelength range (800 nm up to 1,200 nm). With a peak of 800 nm, adphos is able to incorporate the highest possible energy densities in the smallest applicable areas without effecting substrates and the surrounding environment.
“Thanks to adphos, increases in throughput and additional capabilities have helped balance both the sales and production sides of our business.”
Niels Winther, Think Patented
“We would like to convert every one of our (existing) inkjet lines to use Adphos dryers.”
Bill Nichols, Bluegrass Mailing
“It was a no brainer!… Replacing our existing inkjet dryers with adphosNIR® dryers, Rees and Associates inkjet lines are running over three times as fast on more substrates with less electricity.”
Steve Lundstrum, Rees and Associates
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