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  • Roband infra-red heating assemblies are manufactured from an exclusive extruded anodized aluminium section, specifically designed to breathe
  • These units are designed for use at either front or back of house where more heat and no light is required
  • The heat is provided by a stainless steel element and an energy regulator is used on the standard units to precisely control the output, emitting a very even heat over the length of the warming area
  • All models come with a standard mount bracket. Optional mount kit is also available

SpecificationsStandard Infra-Red Heating Assembly Dimensions


HE900 5RHE900 1 element 900 3.9 900 514
HE1200 5RHE1200 1 element 1200 5.2 1200 550
HE1500 5RHE1500 1 element 1500 6.5 1500 595
HE1800 5RHE1800 1 element 1800 7.8 1800 642
FeaturesInfra-red Control Regulator
A variable control energy regulator is used to precisely control the output

  • The standard infra-red heating assemblies (e.g. HE900) come with a control box that houses the isolating on/off switch and an energy regulator to control heat output. They also feature a simple mounting system and come complete with a 13amp plug and cord
  • The assemblies are designed to run at 220-240V 50-60Hz and are CE approved
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Standard mounting bracket available

Mount Kit
HM600 5RHM600 Mount kit for all quartz and infra-red heat lamps Round 600 155

The kit includes 2 x 19mm diameter round tubes, inserts and mounting brackets, with instructions
for installation by an electrician. 600mm tubes can be cut to the desired length.

HM600 mount kit installed
Fabricator model with HM600 mount kit installed and shortened to the desired length

HM600 Mount Tubes
Heat Specifications The lamp and heating assemblies are designed to delay the loss of heat from prepared food while waiting to be taken to the table. The thermal images below provide a guide as to heat projection when mounted at various heights. Note these units are not designed to bring food up to serving temperature.


Roband Heat & Illumination Assemblies Brochure (2020)

Roband Infra-red Heating Assemblies Instructions (June 2016)

Heat Specifications

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