Glo-Quartz Infrared Quartz Heaters
Heatmax Heaters’ quartz tubular elements are a fast responding and efficient source of radiant heat. Used for sealing, fusing, sterilizing, thermoforming, drying, laminating, vulcanizing and shrink packaging. With heat-up capabilities of 50 seconds and complete cool down in 15 seconds our infrared radiant quartz heaters are an ideal heat process tool where frequent line stoppages are expected. Note our quartz tube heaters are built for industrial heat process only, not for comfort heating.
Glo-Quartz Infrared Heaters
In 1952, Heatmax Heaters got its start under the original name, Glo-Quartz. Our founder (seated, far right) named the company Glo-Quartz after his quartz tube patent. This patent became the foundation for our quartz heater’ extended product line and business.
Although we now sell our expanded product line under the Heatmax Heaters brand, we still sell Glo-Quartz infrared quartz tube heaters as a tribute to our origins. Every Glo-Quartz product we sell offers the same efficient, high performance you’ve experienced for more than half a century.
Glo-Quartz® Infrared Heater Features
Quartz Tube Element Customizable Specifications
Reach Out to Glo-Quartz® Professionals
For nearly 70 years, Heatmax Heaters/Glo-Quartz has maintained its reputation in the industry as a top manufacturer of custom heaters. Our team of trained engineers is capable of producing top-quality heaters that will last for years to come without losing any efficiency. When you’re ready to upgrade your heating solutions with Glo-Quartz infrared heaters, Contact us today.
Almost 70 Years
Founded by an ex-Navy engineer, George Strokes, the company got its start making quartz immersion heaters in Euclid, Ohio in 1952.
George called the company Glo-Quartz®.
Growing rapidly he moved the company to bigger premises in Willoughby and then Mentor. Other factories were opened in Pasadena, California (now closed) and then Tucson, Arizona.
Tom Strokes took over leadership of Glo-Quartz in the mid-70s and moved to roll reduced metal heating element range.
A final legacy, Tom launched a new brand name, Heatmax Heaters, in 2020. The new brand name both better represented the wide range of products we make and challenged the common perception that we were quartz heater specialists only.