Low-temperature IR radiators

One of the latest products in the category of low-temperature IR radiators launched by KASPO. By its design, the materials employed, and the burned gas parameters achieved, the product represents the cutting edge in the field. The use of a proprietary overpressure burner and a ceramic plate enables this device to reach burned gas parameters good enough to be granted what is known as the Green Label. The IR radiator is delivered as an add-on system consisting of two, four - and six-meter modules easy to be fitted together and suspended where needed.

This compact IR radiator is equipped with a control system comprising the standard burner, ignition and safety automatics delivered by Honeywell, and a switchboard with programmable microprocessor. The ignition automatic together with the Honeywell gas multiblock ensure safe start and operation of the overpressure burner. This unique solution provides for highly comfortable method of heat transfer from the radiating surfaces of the device to the heated areas of the work site.




Functional diagram

  • 1 - Recuperation burner chamber
  • 2 - Burner
  • 3 - Combustion air fan plus throttling device
  • 4 - Combustion air fan plus throttling device
  • 5 - Electric valve
  • 6 - Burner control automatic
  •   7 - Nozzle
  •   8 - Ionizing electrode
  •   9 - Ignition electrode
  • 10 - Circulating fan
  • 14 - Flue gas removal
  • 24 - Protective tube

Technical parameters

Parameter Unit KASPO kompakt K–100 KASPO kompakt K–200
Nominal heat output kW 50 – 100 110 – 250
Gas pressure at the burner inlet NTL kPa 1.8 – 5 1.8 – 5
STL kPa 30 – 100 30 – 100
Fuel consumption ZP m3/h 5.30 – 9.54 10.6 – 26.5
Thermal efficiency % 90 – 95% 90 – 95%
Average radiant power % 85% 85%
Supply voltage   230 V / 50 Hz 230 V / 50 Hz
Power input kW 1 2.5
Gas connection   ¾" – external thread 1" – external thread
Single-tube radiant band length m 24 – 140 50 – 240
Two-tube radiant band length m 12 – 70 25 – 120
Radiant pipe diameter mm 250 - 315 250 - 315
Radiant pipe average temperature °C 150 - 250 150 - 250
Specific heat output of radiant pipe W/m 700 - 2050 700 - 2050
Radiation angle   90° 90°
Maximum gas flue loss Pa min. 10 – max. 30 min. 10 – max. 30
Class NOx   4 4
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