We are a company experienced in UV (ultraviolet) and IR (infrared) solutions and applicatons for the most diverse applications.

These radiations are extremely useful in handling the surface of certain materials, aimed at an increased lifetime.

The lamps are also used to help with the paint adherence via UV based curing on surfaces requiring an excellent finish, typical of today’s consumer products.

The UV and IR lamps are extremely harmful to the living beings. However, with a proper wavelength and exposure they are an excellent solution for packing cleaning, food sterilization, sickness treatment, process preheating, painting drying, etc.


UV Applications

This type of radiation is used in medical applications, in the manufacture of automotive parts, in the surface treatments of electronic, graphic, analytic and scientific research items. The ultraviolet radiation has oxidizing, disinfecting properties (used in air and water cleaning) and for painting cure.
The lamp types and sizes vary from small leds with 10 x 10 mm to arc lamp with 3 m in length.
For a greater durability of the equipment, and in order to not expose people or parts regions which are not to receive radiation, these emitters rely on a shielded machinery.

Advantages of the correct use of UV lamps for environmental sterilization

Time saving on lamp replacement

The lamps have a lifespan of 10,000 hours, so maintenance staff will only change UV lamps once a year (on a three-shift basis). Thus, maintenance technicians can be directed to other tasks.

Energy saving

Ultraviolet cassettes consume little electrical power, about 320 watts per module, thus generating greater efficiency and lower cost.

Higher quality and less waste

With the use of ultraviolet cassettes, the air inside the room will be totally sterilized, thereby reducing bacteria and no waste of time or raw material, such as lactobacilli.

Security system

In order to avoid risks related to the exposure of people to ultraviolet rays, a security system is installed on the doors of the room where the cassettes are installed.

If the door is opened inadvertently, the lamps will be turned off instantly by the system.

This system will be redundant with the installation of motion sensors inside the room.

Lamp monitoring system

The project may contemplate installing lamp monitoring modules. The equipment can monitor the following functions:

  • Hours of use
  • Lamp warning light (UV emission)
  • Lamp change alert

Elimination of microorganisms

Lethality of UVC radiation in microorganisms


UV action on microorganisms

UVC is lethal to bacteria, viruses, fungi, algae and yeast.

Mode of action: Photochemical reaction by altering the DNA of the bacterium


UV Cassette Technical Specifications

Dimensions 780 x 150 x 111 mm
Room temperature 10 ° C – 40 ° C (To achieve the maximum radiation yield)
International Class of Protection IP 55
Effective radiant surface 107 x 615 milímetros
Wave-length 253,7 nm
Radiation intensity 25 – 30 mW/cm2 (a uma distância de 20 mm)
Type of lamp NNI 82/62
Power input UV lamp 320 W
Lamp life 10000 hours (Radiation attenuation of 35% at 253.7 nm and 2 ignitions per day)

The cassette consists of a stainless steel reflector with brackets containing two high wattage 320 watt amalgam lamps.

The system is designed to use 220 volts at a frequency of 50/60 Hz.

IR Applications

infrared002Infrared is used on applications requiring heating by radiation, what provides an increased productivity due to the quick heat propagation.
Among the numerous applications the following stand out: drying of automotive painting, pre-treatment of plastic parts to be painted, and preheating of parts before starting the process.

There are three wave emitting ranges: short, medium and long. What differentiates each emitter type is the response type.
The emitters may have from 80 mm to 2 m in length. They need a cassete (lighting fixture) for the refrigeration and increase in the lifetime of the emitters.

Advantages of the correct use of an infrared emitter system in production processes.

Time saving when changing IR lamps

The lamps have a lifespan of 15,000 hours, so maintenance personnel will only change the emitters once every 3 years (on a two-shift basis). Thus, maintenance technicians can be directed to other tasks.

Energy saving:

The IR radiation does not dissipate 360°, but is directed through a 30° angle to the process. Thus, the power consumed that transforms into radiation is totally directed to the process, without waste.

More Productivity:

With higher irradiation efficiency the speed of a conveyor belt can be increased, consequently there will be increased productivity. If our IR emitters are used, with the same power consumed today, production may be higher in proportion to a higher speed of the conveyor.

Process control:

The power of the emitters can be electronically controlled very accurately allowing full process control. The control with hot air is very difficult and very imprecise.

Value of investment in infrastructure:

If there is already an installed infrastructure we analyze the investment for the installation of the emitters, which can be zero if the existing infrastructure already contemplates the operating requirements of our IR emitters.

No cooling system required:

Even with 5KW of power, the system does not need cooling, thereby reducing maintenance costs, energy and investments with start up.

IR Lamp Technical Specifications:

Total length – 2250 mm

Power rating – 5KW

Voltage – 440 V

Degree of emission of radiation – 30° of radiation.

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Durability – We guarantee 15,000 hours of work.