In addition to selling industrial infrared heating solutions to OEMs, Donghai Young Light has been a source for replacement shortwave and medium wave quartz halogen infrared lamps for most infrared dryers, pre-dryers, ovens and comfort heaters.

 

 

 

 

If you are unsatisfied with the performance of your current infrared emitters, please reach out to us.  We will happily use our 20+ years of experience in industrial infrared heating and manufacturing to help you find the right solution for your application.

 

 

Below are some brands that customers have requested DYL to replace:

 

 

 

 

Anatol, B&G Products, Calmatech, Cefla, Dr. Fischer, DryStar, Fannon, GE,Grafix, Heidelberg, Heraeus,
Helioslquartz, Krones, Litel, M&R, Mark Andy, Osram, Philips, Sidel, Soneko, Sylvania, Toshiba, Ushio, Victory.

The following list of lamps is primarily for the Heidelberg printing press industry. However, we manufactures hundreds of different twin tubes that vary in length, wavelength, wattage and voltage.  Our lamps are high-quality direct replacements made to the exact OEM specifications. We consistently provide our customers significant cost savings.

The following is a list of IR lamps commonly used in
Speedmaster 74, Speedmaster 52, Speedmaster 102, Speedmaster 72, and
Heidelberg XL105. If you don’t see the lamp you need listed below,
please contact us  with your requirements.

  • Speedmaster 74
  • Speedmaster 52
  • Speedmaster 102
  • Speedmaster 72
  • Heidelberg XL105
Speedmaster 74

Short-wave, 23mm x 11mm quartz w/ gold reflector

6950 Watt, 400 Volt

900mm (35.43″) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 750mm (29.52″)

Heated Channel #2: 540mm (21.25″)

Type H: Staggered coils, wired parallel, 500mm (19.68″) leads

USED IN: Speedmaster 74(Post 98), Speedmaster CD74 (Post 98),

CD74/SM74/Man 500, Graphix Dryer Lamp #M6.170.0301/01

Speedmaster 74

Fast Medium-wave, 33mm x 15mm Quartz w/ gold reflector

4200 Watt, 480 Volt

820mm (32.20″) OAL

Heated Channel #1 750mm (29.52″)

Heated Channel #2: 750mm (29.52″)

Type B: Full coils, wired series, 500mm (19.68″) leads

USED IN: Grafix SHS Dryer (Post 97), Speedmaster 74/CD74 (Post 97),

CD74/SM74/Man 500, Grafix SHS Dryer Lamp #SM74-FMW-B

Speedmaster 52 / Moffset/ MO

Short-wave, 23mm x 11mm quartz w/ gold reflector

3300 Watt, 415 Volt

740mm (29.13″) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 670mm (26.37″)

Heated Channel #2: 670mm (26.37″)

Type B: Full coils, wired series, 500mm (19.68″) leads

USED IN: Speedmaster 52, SM52, Heidelberg MO, DryStar Dryer Lamp # G4.170.0101/ 53.170.1311

Heidelberg MO

Medium-Wave, 23mm x 11mm Clear Quartz W/ Gold Reflector

1800 Watt, 415 Volt

720mm (28.34”) OAL,

Heated Channel #1: 600mm (23.62”)

Heated Channel #2: 600mm (23.62″)

Type B: Wired series, 500mm (19.68”) leads

NOTE: Hereaus #H2130001 (09757755), Speedmaster 52 W/ Grafix IR Dryer Medium-Wave

Speedmaster 102

Short-wave, 23mm x 11mm quartz w/ gold reflector

3500 Watt, 415 Volt

1100mm (43.30″) OAL

Heated Channel #1. 960mm (37.79″)

Heated Channel #2: none

Type A: Single barrel, wired series, 500mm (19.68″) leads

USED IN: Speedmaster 102 (pre 97), Speedmaster CD102 (Pre 97), SM102, Grafix Dryer Lamp #91.170.1311

Speedmaster 102: PRE OR POST 97

Short-wave, 23mm x 11mm quartz w/ gold reflector

5400 Watt, 400 Volt

1200mm (47.24″) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 740mm (29.13″)

Heated Channel #2: 370mm (14.56″)

Type H: Staggered coils, wired parallel, 500mm (19.68″) leads

USED IN: Speedmaster 102 (pre 97), Speedmaster CD 102 (Pre 97), CD102/SM102, DryStar Dryer Lamp #C7.170.0301/01

Speedmaster 102

Fast Medium-wave, 33mm x 15mm quartz w/ gold reflector

6200 Watt, 400 Volt

1160mm (45.66″) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 1070mm (42.32″)

Heated Channel #2: 100/50/100mm

Type G: Staggered coils, wired series, 100mm (3.93″) leads

USED IN: Speedmaster XL105, DryStar 3000 Lamp #F7.170.0771, Post 1997

Speedmaster 102

Fast Medium-wave, 33mm x 15mm quartz w/ gold reflector

6000 Watt, 480 Volt

1125mm (44.29″) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 1016mm (40.00″)

Heated Channel #2: 1016mm (40.00″)

Type B: Full coils, wired series, 482.6mm (19.00″) leads

USED IN: Heidelberg SM102-FMW-B Replacement Lamp, Post 1997, Graffix SHS Dryer-Fast Medium-wave

Speedmaster 102

Standard Medium-wave, 33mm x 15mm Quartz W/ Gold Reflector

2500 Watt, 415 Volt

1100mm (43.30″) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 960mm (37.79″)

Heated Channel #2: 960mm (37.79″)

Type B: Full coils, wired series, 500mm (19.68″) leads

Note: Used in Speedmaster 102 (till mid 97), Speedmaster CD (till mid 97), MAN Roland 704. Lamp# 91.170.1411

 

Speedmaster 72

Short-wave, 23mm x 11mm quartz w/ gold reflector

3500 Watt, 415 Volt

800mm (31.49″) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 730mm (28.74″)

Heated Channel #2:730mm (28.74″)

Type B: Full coils, wired series, 500mm (19.68″) leads

NOTE: Used in Speedmaster 72 (Pre 97), SM-72, Speedmaster 74 (Pre 97), Graffix Dryer. Lamp#83.170.1311

Speedmaster 72

Standard Medium-wave, 33mm x 15mm quartz w/ gold reflector

1900 Watt, 415 Volt

800mm (31.49) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 730mm (28.74″)

Heated Channel #2: 730mm (28.74″)

Type B: Full coils, wired series, 500mm (19.68″) left lead, 800mm (31.49″) right lead

NOTE: Used in Speedmaster 72+74/ grafix dryer, 71-36-848-29, SM-72. Lamp#83.170.1411

Heidelberg XL105

Fast medium-wave, 33mm x 15mm quartz w/ gold reflector

6200 Watt, 400 Volt

1160mm (45.66) OAL

Heated Channel #1: 1070mm (42.32″)

Heated Channel #2: 100/50/100mm

Type G: Staggered Coils, wired series, 100mm (3.93″) leads

NOTE: Used in Speedmaster 102/CD102 (post97), XL105, Drystar 3000. Lamp# F7.170.0771, Post 1997

Reflector Types and Wiring Configurations

All twin tubes can be fitted with a 23k gold reflector, white oxide reflector, or left clear to utilize a secondary reflector. The twin tubes can be made in many different configurations with respect to heated lengths, lead wire lengths, series or parallel connection. Series connection has lead wires exiting one end of the lamp and parallel connection has leads exiting both ends of the lamp.

Short-wave vs Medium-Wave Response Time

Short-wave lamps and Fast Response Medium-wave lamps
typically utilize a tungsten coil which provides for instant on / off
control. Standard Medium-wave lamps utilize an iron chromium aluminum
coil which is a higher mass, slower response coil. This is a very cost
effective alternative to the tungsten coil if response time is not
critica