The above video 'Spot Heating 24 V 150 W' shows Model E50 in operation in a vertical linear motion device moving up and down with a speed of about 80 mm/sec. For illustration purposes only, the wooden flat surface is located exactly at the 'focci' distance—see explanation in the paragraphs below, of the theoretical ellipse when the vertical motion device is at its lowest position. For a fraction of a second the concentrated IR heat meets the wooden surface causing it to burst instantly!

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Aurea's spot heating efficiently re-directs the infrared energy from the lamp's coil to a nearby position in space. This location is simply determined by the characteristics of the elliptical shape of the reflector i.e., Model E50 24 V 150 W has a foci distance of 50 mm meaning that one (theoretically) focus is at the center of the heating coil and the other focus is 50 mm away from it.
Aurea can design and manufacture ceramic reflectors that can accomodate multiple IR lamps.

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The optional air supply serves two purposes:
1. It generates a small positive air pressure that keeps the fumes from entering the reflector's area and staining it—effectively reducing its efficiency.
2. It provides a cooling effect on the contact area of the lamp.

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