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Science Question: IR Heat

Science Question: IR Heat

I’ve been wanting to incorporate infrared light therapy into my routine. I am specifically looking for a way to wrap a heat source around my 9x1.75” pump cylinder so that I can have heat throughout my sessions. This company, Thermotex, makes a fairly expensive IR heating pad that doesn’t emit visible light, only infrared. This is what I suppose I want. Here’s a link.

Http://www.myheatingpads.com/products.htm

There’s probably a cheaper site to buy this from, but look at the ‘wrist’ wrap. 8x2. I feel that this could wrap perfectly around my acrylic cylinder and could act as both a warmup device and produce a light therapy effect. However, I am no scientist and I am worried as to whether or not the heat will penetrate the acrylic tube. I realize I could probably find this information online somewhere else, but I’d like to hear your opinions and share this idea.

Should I fork over 80 bucks for a seemingly ideal heat source? (My right wrist takes some heavy punishment through playing drums and masturbating, so my penis wouldn’t be the only beneficiary :) ) I don’t mind spending the money and light therapy really intrigues me. Or is there a cheaper way to produce this effect?

Thanks for hearing me out.
Sound Edge


Last edited by Sound Edge : 07-27-2008 at .

Don’t know the answer, but sounds really interesting. I purchased an IR lamp and played around with it, but never incorporated it into my PE regimnet, like I should. Just curious, have you used IR before?

Peace,
Invictus


Originally Posted by Sound Edge
I’ve been wanting to incorporate infrared light therapy into my routine. I am specifically looking for a way to wrap a heat source around my 9x1.75” pump cylinder so that I can have heat throughout my sessions. This company, Thermotex, makes a fairly expensive IR heating pad that doesn’t emit visible light, only infrared. This is what I suppose I want. Here’s a link.

Http://www.myheatingpads.com/products.htm

There’s probably a cheaper site to buy this from, but look at the ‘wrist’ wrap. 8x2. I feel that this could wrap perfectly around my acrylic cylinder and could act as both a warmup device and produce a light therapy effect. However, I am no scientist and I am worried as to whether or not the heat will penetrate the acrylic tube. I realize I could probably find this information online somewhere else, but I’d like to hear your opinions and share this idea.

Should I fork over 80 bucks for a seemingly ideal heat source? (My right wrist takes some heavy punishment through playing drums and masturbating, so my penis wouldn’t be the only beneficiary :) ) I don’t mind spending the money and light therapy really intrigues me. Or is there a cheaper way to produce this effect?

Thanks for hearing me out.
Sound Edge


Hi Sound Edge.

Infra red light is ideal for PE both for pads or lights. You will probably get more heat with a lamp, but ideally you need two lamps for both sides of your penis.

The wrist heater seems to be fine for the tube, but 2” Will not cover a 2” tube as (I just measured) my 2” tube is some 2 5/16th outside diameter so it would be a very tight, and maybe impossible fit on a 2” tube

It might be worth checking the actual size with the manufacturer You could perhaps tell them you want it for further up your forearm so require a slightly larger size (It may just be that the cheaper ones are larger)
Otherwise the only other alternative is to use the two pads on the tube, (providing they are not insulated against heat loss), and held with a band. But you will have to watch the heat as the pads will be folded. If they have a thermostat then there will be no problem.

Hope that helps.
Petit


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I have not. Warmup had been a weak point of mine in the less-than-two months of PE experience I’ve had. For me, the more automated something is, the better. That’s the reason I want to use a plug-in heater and make pumping my only routine for now. I am so psyched about the supposed benefits one gets from IR, notably from guys like PE Engineer (read his log about the MKIII). I won’t be able to wear IR LEDs around all day like he can, but if I can put a few good hours a week on it, I’m sure it will only help me.

Sound Edge, I would be cautious of this particular device. Looking at the picture the heating elements don’t have any kind of window for the IR waves to pass. So I doubt that the real method of conveying energy is radiated, the pad makes me think it is conduction. With conduction you will get heat but not any IR or near IR healing benefits as from the NASA study. The study found that 660nm wave length was the best for accelerated healing. 660nm waves are a deep red that is visible and would need a window of sorts to pass.

Their are a number if true light therapy devices out there. They will most likely have LEDs and they will state what wavelength the light is. Most are 660nm and 880nm or a combination of the two sets.

A quick google search for light therapy will yield several suppliers of such devices.


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A better google search is “IR light therapy”, I just did a quick check.


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Thanks a lot for the replies, petitfaun and PE Engineer. I’m trying to troubleshoot this as best I can, and what PE Engineer said makes sense. Petitfaun, I would be happy to only get heat from the device but to spend that much money I’d want both the heat and the light therapy effects.

The MKIII from PE Engineer’s log has some pretty cool theory behind it. You all should check it out. Maybe an ADS with that technology.. The possibilities! I cannot wear one around all day so I have no need to power mine with batteries. With wall power at my disposal, I am trying to find the highest intensity output for the money. I’ll try to find some LEDs that can make good use of said power and report back. I don’t want a bulky light that I have to stay two feet away from, just something to wrap around the pump and produce the heat and light therapy that I want.

I guess I need to do some more research on LEDs.. There’s no real reason to try and power them with alternating current because they get enough output with batteries alone. Oh well. Maybe I can find a smaller IR output bulb, I really don’t like the idea of a large and cumbersome one like I’ve seen around here.

Anyone else who is interested on some of the finer points of LEDs:
Http://www.gizmology.net/LEDs.htm

I’ll keep looking for what I want!

About the smallest IRl amp I’ve seen is one by Philips “infraphil” it is a compact one 100 watt about the size of a small table lamp.

I have one but it has to be fairly close to your body for you to feel the ful effect. I bought mine from e-bay (UK) for about £16 including postage, But you should find an american store that sells them

Hope that helps.

Petit


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