The qc-12 burner has a quick-cooling ceramic refractory tile. The tile has thousands of tiny holes through which the premixed gas passes. The gas ignites as it exits these holes producing no visible flame, but heats the ceramic to produce infrared radiation.
the red ray qc-12 12" gas-fired, infrared, premix process burner offers significant benefits where ever a quick-cooling, powerful and efficient medium wave infrared burner is required.
a special ceramic refractory grid rapidly comes to high fire and cools quickly (like a fiber matrix) but is much more durable - with better resistance to both water and thermal shock damage.
the qc-12 is easy to install and easy to operate. It doesn't need a cooling air plenum and, because of its quick cool-down, rotating equipment is not required. Additionally, it is an excellent cost-effective replacement for catalytic or matrix-type burners in the powder coating, textile, paper, food and other industries.