Semiconductors seem to grow smaller, more compact and denser every day. Infrared heat is ideal for semiconductors because:

  • IR has rapid heating and cooling abilities which means the elimination of heating overspill as well as significant energy savings.
  • No contact is needed infrared can operate in a vacuum, within a gas flow or in the air.
  • Infrared has the ability to specifically target heat to certain areas and to repeat that targeting over and over again. Multiple heat emitters can also be used to speed the process.
  • IR has a relatively small footprint which gives you more flexibility on your shop floor, and it also allows for rapid configuration changes.