The second edition of the "Infrared Process Heating for Industrial Applications Handbook" now is on sale through the Industrial Heating Equipment Association. The publication is produced by the Infrared Equipment Division of IHEA.
The handbook provides a quick introduction to the many applications of
infrared heating in industrial processes. Infrared heat processing first was
developed in the 1930s for curing paint on automobile bodies. Since then,
infrared has been used in hundreds of different applications, such as curing
metal finishes and protective coatings, fusing thermoset and thermoplastic
powder coatings, forming molded plastics, bonding adhesives and metals,
processing foods, and drying papers, inks and fabrics.
The guide is $15 for IHEA or IRED members, and $20 for non-members. Order
the handbook at www.ihea.org.