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Heat transmission by heat radiation

Heat emission can be achieved by means of two different coatings, both with different operating principles.


Principle I: Heat eduction through black surfaces

For this principle ceramic materials are used as coating material. Thermal resistance up to 1000°C are possible as well as resistance against corrosion in aggressive media. 97 % radiation efficiency of a black-body. Inversely these coatings can also be used to absorb radiation heat.

Coating system bero-flame thermo-radiate
Coating system bero-plasma thermo-radiate
Conductors with black surface for heat radiation. Additionally copper coated at the ends to assure minimal electric transition resistance. Patent certificate for the production of heat resistant surfaces with high heat emission and absorption.
Conductors with black surface for heat radiation. Additionally copper coated at the ends to assure minimal electric transition resistance. Patent certificate for the production of heat resistant surfaces with high heat emission and absorption.

Principle II: Heat eduction through extremely enlarged surfaces in combination with dark coat colouring.

The selection of certain coating materials and parameters allows a surface enlargement of three times its size. With chromium alloyed in the coating material a corrosion delay can be achieved. Application temperatures of max. 600°C are possible.

Coating system: bero-arc thermo-radiate
Heat emission, heat-radiation coating Certificate about registration of a utility patent for production of heat eductive coatings on surfaces of machine components of all kinds.
Heat emission, heat-radiation coating Certificate about registration of a utility patent for production of heat eductive coatings on surfaces of machine components of all kinds.

Our coating systems are appropriate for:

  • Heat transfer with high durability, especially in the area of high temperature processes (up to max. 1000°C)
  • High temperature metal surfaces (heat radiation surfaces), which must be cooled down
  • Metal surfaces (heat radiation absorbing surfaces), which must be heated up