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High-density cartridge heaters are round tubular
heaters with electrical terminations on one side. These dependable
heaters are made to withstand tough industrial usage. With a tolerance
of +/- 0.002 on their outside diameter to secure a tight fit
inside receptacle holes, and rock hard compaction of MgO insulation
through swaging, these heater can attain 1500°F sheath temperature.
These heaters are available with various termination
styles and mounting attachments.
Mica insulated strip heaters are economical heat
sources, suitable for providing heat to flat surfaces. For higher
watt density configurations ther are available with mineral insulation.
The sheath temperature limitation is 900°F. These heaters can
be made to include pressure plates that improve uniformity and heat
transfer. These heaters are available in many electrical termination
styles, and can accommodate holes and cut-outs.
Coil and Cable Heaters
Coil and cable heaters are reliable, high performance
small diameter heaters used whenever a large amount of heat is required
in a confined space. These heaters are fully annealed and can be
formed into various shapes and forms. Coil and cable heaters can
accommodate thermocouple sensors, and their cross-section could
be made square or rectangular to improve heat transfer. HIGHWAT
coil heaters are successfully used as powerful heating cells in
plastic injection molding hot runner nozzles.
Silicone Rubber Heaters
Fibreglass reinforced silicone rubber heaters are
moisture and chemical resistant. Although thin and flexible, they
have a rugged construction and can be made to adhere to practically
any surface. These heaters can accommodate holes and cut-outs, and
can come with a PSA back or a thermostat. SILFLEX heaters are suitable
for temperatures below 500°F.
Etched foil FEP bonded heaters operate at temperatures
to 450°F and are stocked in rectangular, square and round shapes.
The maximum thickness is .008 except at the lead exit. 120
and 28 Volts are standard. PSA, (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive), offers
a simple way to install the heaters under 250°F. Lead wires
are 12 long Teflon insulated to UL 1180. All heaters are tested
for resistance and 1250 Volt dielectric. Leads exit from the center
of the narrow portion of the rectangular units. Center of one edge
on square units and the outer edge of round units These elements
are ideal for end user, test and development applications.
Custom Heating Jackets:
Heating Jackets have capabilities to 1400 deg.
F. (760C) with features such as built in sensors, (thermocouples
RTDs etc.) multiple heat zones, all common voltages, built-in thermal
insulation and easy fastening closures.
Uniform Heat Transfer... Easy Installation and removal...
Lower Operating Cost... and Professional Appearance... The jackets
and blankets use knitted tape elements stitched to the liner for
unsurpassed even distribution of heat at lower watt density than
strips or bands. The composite construction includes wiring, sensors,
zones, insulation and closures. (which would have to be manually
applied) They keep circuit wiring internal and stay cleaner.