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Infrared hot plate

by Mterpstra » Aug 31st 15 7:10 pm

Hey people

Does any of you have experience with this hotplate
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2015-new ... 45183.html

It is a little pricey but it looks awesome. It looks well build as well. They 2 more version, but I like this one best

Another relate question: Is it possible to build a nice wooden box around the Teachatter favorite the Duxtop infrared hotplat? In other words, how hot does the outside get?

Cheers!
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Re: Infrared hot plate

by kyarazen » Sep 1st 15 12:51 am

Mterpstra wrote:Hey people

Does any of you have experience with this hotplate
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2015-new ... 45183.html

It is a little pricey but it looks awesome. It looks well build as well. They 2 more version, but I like this one best

Another relate question: Is it possible to build a nice wooden box around the Teachatter favorite the Duxtop infrared hotplat? In other words, how hot does the outside get?

Cheers!
Mattias

you haz to check if there is temperature control.. if not the kettle will be ferociously boiling all the way without a keep warm function.... :D

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by BW85 » Sep 1st 15 3:21 am

kyarazen wrote:
Mterpstra wrote:Hey people

Does any of you have experience with this hotplate
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/2015-new ... 45183.html

It is a little pricey but it looks awesome. It looks well build as well. They 2 more version, but I like this one best

Another relate question: Is it possible to build a nice wooden box around the Teachatter favorite the Duxtop infrared hotplat? In other words, how hot does the outside get?

Cheers!
Mattias

you haz to check if there is temperature control.. if not the kettle will be ferociously boiling all the way without a keep warm function.... :D
This is a very good point! Also, if using a clay kettle it's safer to heat it up slowly at first; I've cracked a clay kettle by filling it with room temp water and placing it on a very hot burner. Temp control helps a lot

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by Tead Off » Sep 1st 15 9:01 am

This is the first aesthetically pleasing infrared heater I've seen. Are there any heaters of this type that have variable temp control?

BW85, did you crack your clay kettle with an infrared burner or another type?

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by Mterpstra » Sep 1st 15 10:05 am

@Kyarazen and BW85
I was thinking the same thing last night. I just checked and it indeed has no temp control. Only on and off. Too bad... I might email them to check if they are available.

@ Tead off: I've seen people build very nice cases for infra heaters. But unfortunately I'm not very skilled in that stuff. In the last global tea hut magazine there is a really nice infrared heater in a clay frame. They say they buy them in Taiwan. I'll check with them where they get them and if the heat is adjustable

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by kyarazen » Sep 1st 15 1:13 pm

Mterpstra wrote:@Kyarazen and BW85
I was thinking the same thing last night. I just checked and it indeed has no temp control. Only on and off. Too bad... I might email them to check if they are available.

@ Tead off: I've seen people build very nice cases for infra heaters. But unfortunately I'm not very skilled in that stuff. In the last global tea hut magazine there is a really nice infrared heater in a clay frame. They say they buy them in Taiwan. I'll check with them where they get them and if the heat is adjustable
if not for the voltage difference, there are gazillions in china, elegant, rustic, you name it.

taiwan is a better source as they would have it built for a voltage similar to the states :)~

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by BW85 » Sep 1st 15 3:21 pm

Tead Off wrote:This is the first aesthetically pleasing infrared heater I've seen. Are there any heaters of this type that have variable temp control?

BW85, did you crack your clay kettle with an infrared burner or another type?
Infrared

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by Tead Off » Sep 1st 15 5:27 pm

kyarazen wrote:
Mterpstra wrote:@Kyarazen and BW85
I was thinking the same thing last night. I just checked and it indeed has no temp control. Only on and off. Too bad... I might email them to check if they are available.

@ Tead off: I've seen people build very nice cases for infra heaters. But unfortunately I'm not very skilled in that stuff. In the last global tea hut magazine there is a really nice infrared heater in a clay frame. They say they buy them in Taiwan. I'll check with them where they get them and if the heat is adjustable
if not for the voltage difference, there are gazillions in china, elegant, rustic, you name it.

taiwan is a better source as they would have it built for a voltage similar to the states :)~
Why would I want one with voltage similar to the States?

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by kyarazen » Sep 1st 15 5:36 pm

Tead Off wrote:
kyarazen wrote:
Mterpstra wrote:@Kyarazen and BW85
I was thinking the same thing last night. I just checked and it indeed has no temp control. Only on and off. Too bad... I might email them to check if they are available.

@ Tead off: I've seen people build very nice cases for infra heaters. But unfortunately I'm not very skilled in that stuff. In the last global tea hut magazine there is a really nice infrared heater in a clay frame. They say they buy them in Taiwan. I'll check with them where they get them and if the heat is adjustable
if not for the voltage difference, there are gazillions in china, elegant, rustic, you name it.

taiwan is a better source as they would have it built for a voltage similar to the states :)~
Why would I want one with voltage similar to the States?
not you... ! you probably wont require one

Mterpstra...!

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by Tead Off » Sep 1st 15 5:40 pm

kyarazen wrote:
Tead Off wrote:
kyarazen wrote:
Mterpstra wrote:@Kyarazen and BW85
I was thinking the same thing last night. I just checked and it indeed has no temp control. Only on and off. Too bad... I might email them to check if they are available.

@ Tead off: I've seen people build very nice cases for infra heaters. But unfortunately I'm not very skilled in that stuff. In the last global tea hut magazine there is a really nice infrared heater in a clay frame. They say they buy them in Taiwan. I'll check with them where they get them and if the heat is adjustable
if not for the voltage difference, there are gazillions in china, elegant, rustic, you name it.

taiwan is a better source as they would have it built for a voltage similar to the states :)~
Why would I want one with voltage similar to the States?
not you... ! you probably wont require one

Mterpstra...!
He is in the Netherlands. Same voltage as us.

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by kyarazen » Sep 1st 15 5:42 pm

Tead Off wrote:
not you... ! you probably wont require one

Mterpstra...!
He is in the Netherlands. Same voltage as us.[/quote]

oo. didnt see his location. then anything goes.. if he unleashes the "taobao experience". lots of fancy stuffs

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by Mterpstra » Sep 1st 15 5:57 pm

I tried my luck on Toaboa for a bit. But it's not the easiest website for me to navigate. What keywords will help me find stuff on there? I've been using combos of the words: brazier, tea, infrared, hotplate, cooker, heater.

i've mostly been finding shoes and weird electrical equipment :?

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by kyarazen » Sep 2nd 15 5:16 am

Mterpstra wrote:I tried my luck on Toaboa for a bit. But it's not the easiest website for me to navigate. What keywords will help me find stuff on there? I've been using combos of the words: brazier, tea, infrared, hotplate, cooker, heater.

i've mostly been finding shoes and weird electrical equipment :?

try keywords :

电陶 茶炉
电陶炉
光波炉 茶炉
光波炉

let me know if you need any help

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by Mterpstra » Sep 2nd 15 9:38 am

Nice, that is looking better! Thank you so much, Kyarazen!

Let the search begin :wink:

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Re: Infrared hot plate

by Mterpstra » Sep 4th 15 2:48 pm

I found something.

http://world.tmall.com/item/40375752015 ... 8855254645

any of you experience with the seller?