The HT-200 has been developed to be "plug and play". Installing it is very easy and requires very few tools!
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:40:24+00:00Can the HT-200 be installed in a workshop without difficulty?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:40:24+00:00
The HT-200 is designed to fit in any factory or workshop environment. Thanks to its articulated arms, the HT-200 can very easily reduce its size. Fixed on a wall, in a paint booth or even on the ceiling, you will save floor space while enjoying its incredible efficiency!
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:40:00+00:00Does the HT-200 work in all kinds of directions and positions?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:40:00+00:00
Yes, the HT-200 works in all directions and positions. It works upwards, sideways, towards the wall, down. There is no restriction on how to use it.
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:39:17+00:00You say the HT-200 is like a “spotlight”?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:39:17+00:00
Yes indeed, the HT-200 is like a spotlight. If it is in a space where it is dark, you simply have to imagine that one illuminates a flashlight, allowing for a clear source of light. Imagine 2, 3 or 4 units and you will understand that together they will illuminate all surfaces after being reflected. Walls, ceilings, floors, roofs, etc. will be illuminated. As a result, dark spaces are seen more clearly.
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:39:00+00:00Does the HT-200 emit directional heat directly in front of the unit?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:39:00+00:00
The HT-200 emits a direct uniform heat that radiates about 30 degrees (funnel type) all around the transmitter. Think of a flashlight that is pointed at the wall, the beam will be concentrated and dissipate around as we move away from it. It is desirable to install the correct number of units based on 4 feet of radiation between each product to be cooked. As a result, you will minimize the number of units required for your specific needs.
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:34:25+00:00Why install the HT-200 in a dedicated room?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:34:25+00:00
The wavelength of 2 to 10 microns emitted by the HT-200 is absorbed by the paint. As a result, the paint emits hot air and then the warm air rises to the roof of the enclosure oven. The hot air is then captured and passed through a fan that redistributes it in the furnace providing free energy that is then recovered. The infrared and hot air mix offers the best of both worlds, plus it vents a little hot air outside the building according to CSA B149.15.
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:34:00+00:00Do you supply “enclosure” cooking tunnels with the HT-200?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:34:00+00:00
Yes, we do supply enclosure cooking tunnels with the HT-200. If the customer wishes and/or provides the plans and technical specifications of the fans. The customer then builds it by him/herself under our supervision. In addition, we offer our customers three "standard enclosure" models. They are all very easy to modify when it comes to the specific needs of your installation.
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:33:36+00:00Can the HT-200 work in an open space instead of a dedicated or confined space?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:33:36+00:00
Yes, the HT-200 can work in an open space. It works very well in open spaces and is not affected by the air and temperature currents present in the workplace.
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:32:21+00:00Does the HT-200 system support conveyors?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:32:21+00:00
Yes, the HT-200 supports conveyors. Each HT-200 controller is equipped with interlocks. In this case, the conveyor assumes the management of the HT-200 units. For example, in the event that the conveyor stops, the units are put in "stand-by" mode, the conveyor resumes, and then the units are immediately restarted.
sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:32:03+00:00If I have several HT-200 units, should I start each one separately?sunspotwp2019-09-04T11:32:03+00:00
No, you do not have to start each one separately, each HT-200 controller comes with a "bus communication mode", optionally you can choose to install an HMI (operator screen) that connects all HT-200 and one-touch start all of HT-200. As a result, you will only have to program the temperature recipe and desired cycle time. It is also possible to program specific cooking zones. For example: oven inlet zone 1/100F and zone 2/130F and zone 3/150F, etc.