infra-red


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infra-red

(infrəˈred) adjective
(of rays) below the red end of the spectrum.
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HERAEUS NOBLELIGHT says its new Spotlight infrared emitter precisely targets a concentrated beam of infra-red energy onto surfaces of plastic components which offer difficult access to allow deburring, clenching or welding.
Heraeus Nobleight has installed a gas catalytic infra-red oven at its Neston, Wirral, Applications Centre.
Melbourne, December 17 ( ANI ): Commercial ads for a popular brand of women's underwear, which claim to melt fat or reshape the body using infra-red energy, are the subject of a complaint to the Therapeutic Products Advertising Complaints resolution panel.
A 9kW carbon infra-red heating system from Heraeus Noblelight is helping to ensure consistent chocolate quality while reducing production line down-times at OP Chocolate's Dowlais, South Wales, factory.
A NEW infra-red camera could help solve crimes by finding people's hidden tattoos, a university said today.
But not a lot of people realise that infra-red saunas, rather than traditional types, can have huge health benefits.
The researchers at Sunderland University were testing a device which used infra-red light to treat cold sores when they found that the machine also had the ability to stop wrinkles and other signs of ageing.
Surgeons at Wansbeck General Hospital in Ashington are using infra-red cameras to make sure replacement knees are fitted as accurately as possible.
The system employs a rapid, automated infra-red method which uses carbon dioxide in a fluid state as an alternative to damaging chemical solvents.
Transfer data from your Palm or Pocket PC via the infra-red link and you can access it wherever you are.
With the publication of guidelines by the Federal Aviation Authority for the selection and implementation of infra-red de-icing systems has come an unspoken endorsement of Radiant Aviation Services' patented system.