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Infrared: Hard time getting temp right

Infrared: Hard time getting temp right

So I was doing some research on Peyronie’s, and there are indications that between 39C and 42C is a good range to be in but 45C is too high, and dangerous. I got myself a 250W bulb today, and was using a digital thermometer to try and find a good distance to be from the light. I had a very hard time. I’ve read through a lot of posts here in IR use, but no one mentioned if or how they ascertained a certain temperature. I’d love to know if anyone knows a good setup to easily heat their dick up to 39-42C, no lower no higher.

Originally Posted by jackman2020

So I was doing some research on Peyronie’s, and there are indications that between 39C and 42C is a good range to be in but 45C is too high, and dangerous. I got myself a 250W bulb today, and was using a digital thermometer to try and find a good distance to be from the light. I had a very hard time. I’ve read through a lot of posts here in IR use, but no one mentioned if or how they ascertained a certain temperature. I’d love to know if anyone knows a good setup to easily heat their dick up to 39-42C, no lower no higher.

I think that you could find the answers to your questions on this thread :

Ideal warm up temperature - a myth?

Well. I’d say simulatiing your penis physical properties and measuring inside the simulation would be a good idea.

And since human tissue is mostly water, why not put a thin plastic bag with water (shaped like your dick of course..same length, girth) besides the bulb and keep the thermometer dipping inside the water? Leave it until the temp. has stabilized. If its above your desired temp, move it further away. Repeat.

And then, if i remember correctly the thermal properties of water, you might want to move just a little bit longer away than your achieved distance, since the pure water probably needs a little bit more energy to reach a certain temp.
And if you need to be very specific, why not measure the temp at this distance by wrapping your dick around the thermometer while keeping the bulb on?

Man im bored.

Google ‘skin thermometer’ or ‘dermal thermometer’.


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Firegoat: When I google “dermal thermometer” They run $550-$800. When I google “skin thermometer” things become much more reasonable. What I used yesterday was a simple, digital under the tongue style thermometer, and I was using it by itself, held at various distances from the IR heat source. I suppose that wouldn’t be exactly the same temperature my tissue would reach in contact with the IR light from the same distance.

Graal: Had a look at that thread, very interesting.

Do you think I’d find all of this easier to do if I got a smaller, weaker, less broadly shining light, and got closer to it?

Originally Posted by john.bigson
Well. I’d say simulatiing your penis physical properties and measuring inside the simulation would be a good idea.

And since human tissue is mostly water, why not put a thin plastic bag with water (shaped like your dick of course..same length, girth) besides the bulb and keep the thermometer dipping inside the water? Leave it until the temp. has stabilized. If its above your desired temp, move it further away. Repeat.

And then, if i remember correctly the thermal properties of water, you might want to move just a little bit longer away than your achieved distance, since the pure water probably needs a little bit more energy to reach a certain temp.
And if you need to be very specific, why not measure the temp at this distance by wrapping your dick around the thermometer while keeping the bulb on?

Man im bored.


IR is a light radiation. The water is translucent. The rays pass through it. IR can’t warm the water.

thanks for the recommendation sparkyx. Anyone wanna recommend a good lamp to use with my 150W light I’m gonna get? One thing I have to consider is that there are multiple regions of my cock I want to be exposed to warmth, including the base of it, under my scrotum.

Originally Posted by Graal
IR is a light radiation. The water is translucent. The rays pass through it. IR can’t warm the water.

Well thats simply not true. The IR spectrum of about 1-300 micrometers (cosmology classic definition) do transfer energy to water.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:…on_spectrum.png
http://www.infraredheaters.com/page12.html

We use water cooling in our cars do we not? By your logic, that would be useless, since the IR energy (heat) from engine parts would just pass through the water and directly into the surrounding parts, defeating the purpose.
Sure, the water is in direct contact with the engine block, but the the desired absorption is still what we call “heat”, witch is in the IR band, and witch is exactly what the water absorbs.

I really like my light which I have had for about 5 years now, same bulb still hanging in there. I bought the WalMart ceramic clamp light and a 250 Watt IR (red) bulb.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Bayco-10….-Light/14003468 if you are going to use the 250 Watt, make sure the socket is ceramic.

I don’t see the 250 watt IR at WalMart anymore, but its here at Home Depot:

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc…b&storeId=10051

Thanks very much Sparkyx.

Originally Posted by sparkyx
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0…ASIN=B000LJAEPQ

This is a great non contact thermometer, reasonable price and very accurate.


This mentions being designed for use on the temporal artery, on the forehead. How sure are you that it would give accurate readings on the genitals?

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