Heating Elements

HVAC, Thermal & Heating Equipment

Medium-Voltage Electric Heating Systems come in 4,160 V versions.

June 18, 2014

Medium-voltage DirectConnect systems suit multi-megawatt applications in power generation, oil/gas, petrochemical, and chemical industries. Available in up to 7,200 V variants for process applications from circulation systems and heat transfer packages to steam boilers, systems feature amperage that reduces circuit, wire size, and labor requirements. Replaceable medium voltage heating elements facilitate maintenance, and power control selections include contactor, full-SCR, or SCR-trim load. Read More

HVAC, Thermal & Heating Equipment

Reciprocating Compressors offer applicational flexibility.

December 17, 2013

ECOLINE series, ranging from ½–50 hp, is suited for refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pump technology. While motor versions 1 and 3 are intended for use with heat pumps for medium temperature applications with R134a and for special applications, motor version 2 operates as universal compressor for medium and low temperature applications in all climate zones. Capacity control system is standard, and 4- and 6-cylinder models can be equipped with flexible mechanical power control system.
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Thermal & Heating Equipment

Tubular Heating Elements use high-temperature end seal.

January 5, 2011

Designed and built to meet requirements of both UL499 and UL1030, epoxy-based High Temperature End Seal is rated up to 392°F and is suited for Caloritech(TM) tubular heating elements used in demanding applications such as industrial process heating equipment and commercial heating and cooking appliances. Heating elements using end seal are protected from effects of moisture absorption during operation, transport, and extended storage periods. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Aluminum Nitride Ceramic Heater ramps up to 270°F/sec.

July 28, 2010

ULTRAMIC® advanced ceramic heater has monolithic, geometrically stable structure resulting in low-porosity, homogenous assembly. Leakage current is less than 10 µA and high thermal conductivity unit can operate up to 752°F depending on application, heater design, and process parameters. Heater's integrated thermocouple configuration optimizes reliability of sensor/heater interface. Available in rectangle or ring forms, units can be machined to meet specific design requirements. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Quartz IR Heating Elements range from 500-4,000 W.

January 5, 2010

Available in 120, 208, and 240 V models, Quartz Infrared Heating Elements have heavy wall quartz sheath and ceramic insulators that provide positive electrical insulation. Elements are capable of reaching full heat in 40-65 sec and offer watt densities of 50 W/in². Suited for curing, baking, and drying applications, elements contain nickel chrome resistance wire with peak wavelength of 2.55 microns, max power density of 1.3-1.75 kW/ft², and heat/cool response time of 1-2 min. Read More

Health, Medical and Dental Supplies & Equipment, Thermal & Heating Equipment

Resistive Heating Technology is suited for medical equipment.

March 11, 2009

Based on Thick Film on Steel technology (WDBR), resistive heating elements on insulated stainless steel substrates enable use of intrinsically safe, flameproof planar device that can be formed in any flat shape to deliver precision heating control in sensitive medical applications. Fuses and thermistors can be integrated directly into heating elements to provide additional over-temperature protection as well as closed-loop feedback control. Read More

Printing & Duplicating Equipment, Thermal & Heating Equipment

Ceramic Heater has leakage current of less than 10 A .

January 30, 2008

Offered as component for medical devices, ULTRAMIC® 600 ceramic heater can operate up to 600°C with ramp rate of up to 150°C/sec, depending on application, heater design, and process parameters. Unit allows medical devices to pass 500 A, IEC 60601, total system requirement. Available in either rectangle or ring forms, it can be machined to meet specific design requirements including holes, vacuum grooves, or ultra-fine surface finishes. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment, Machinery & Machining Tools

Heating Tools bend large acrylic sheets.

October 28, 2005

Series KHD evenly heats acrylic and other thermoplastic sheets to make straight-line bends for creating freestanding signs and other plastic-based structures. Tools consist of 2 rectangular aluminum bars, 2 temperature control switches, and aluminum retention units. Both bars contain electric heating element that provides uniform, continuous heat on either side of plastic sheet. Tools are available for bending sheets up to 144 in. wide and ¾ in. thick. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heating Element does not absorb or retain moisture.

June 2, 2005

Available for company's line of heaters, INFI-SEAL Technology transforms electric heating element's hygroscopic Magnesium Oxide (MgO) into hydrophobic barrier. Heating element eliminates moisture-related start-up problems, prevents ground fault shutdown, and decreases chance of electric shock. Read More

HVAC, Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment, Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heated Parts suit high process temperature applications.

January 10, 2005

Available in materials such as stainless steel, nickel, Inconel®, aluminum, copper, and bronze, IFC (Interference Fit Construction) heated parts can customized into various shapes and sizes to meet end-user requirements. With FEA (Finite Element Analysis) or iterative prototyping process, heated parts can achieve thermal transfer and temperature uniformity equaling ±1%. All heated part joints can be welded to ensure vacuum-tight seal. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Tubular Heating Elements can be formed into any shape.

March 17, 2004

Delivering uniform heat source over distributed area, Formed Tubular Heaters come in wide range of diameters, lengths, and voltage ratings. Termination options include threaded stud terminals, flexible lead wire, or bulkhead fittings. Customized terminations are available for harsh or high-moisture environments. Sheath comes in various materials and surface treatments, such as passivation or electro-polishing for corrosion resistance. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Thick Film Heating Elements suit limited space applications.

August 28, 2003

Thick Film Heating Elements offer high watt density up to 175 W/in.², operating temperatures to 500°C, and fast ramp-up to operating temperature. Substrate choices include ceramic insulated steel, ceramic insulated stainless steel, ceramic insulated aluminum, alumina, or alumina nitride. Large sizes and unique shapes are available with even heat distribution or unique thermal designs to meet application requirements. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heating Element has uniform heating characteristics.

August 12, 2003

Kanthal Globar® SD silicon carbide heating element is extruded from blend of high-purity alpha silicon carbide grain, which is recrystallized at over 2,500°C to form self bonded structure. Manufactured in one- or 3-piece construction, products may be supplied as straight rods or multi-leg elements. Low porosity and large grain size reduce total surface area of silicon carbide that is exposed to furnace atmosphere, which reduces rate of resistance increase over time. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heating Elements are designed for various furnace atmospheres.

November 7, 2002

Designed for use at very high temperatures, Super elements work directly in furnace atmosphere without protective muffles. Five grades are available. Elements are suitable for nitrogen, hydrogen, vacuum, and mixtures of endogas, and reducing furnace atmospheres. Ready-made elements can be used in production and laboratory furnaces in glass, steel, electronics, ceramics, and heat treatment industries. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Invisible Heat Source keeps displays working in the cold.

August 27, 2002

Thin, optically clear CLEARVIEW film contains micro resistance heating element that maintains legibility of electronically generated text on instrument screens used outdoors or in cold environments. It allows undistorted high definition viewing of information on hand-held instrument screens and displays. Embedded temperature sensor covers specified area over heater element close proximity of heater and sensor allows uniform display of information. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heat Trace Cables work in hazardous applications.

April 26, 2002

HSRM and SRM/E heat trace cables are Factory Mutual approved at upgraded temperature ratings for use in Class I - Division 1, Class II - Division 1, and Class III hazardous environments. Approval ratings are for temperature ranges up to 302 deg F for process temperature maintenance and 420 deg F for maximum continuous exposure. SRM/E cable has been rated for high-pressure steam cleaning applications up to 300 psi. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heaters have built-in sensors.

April 8, 2002

Thermofoil(TM) heater/sensors combine etched foil heater properties with RTD or thermistor temperature sensor. Kapton heater insulation allows operation to 150 deg. Models are available in sizes to 5 x 5 in. with resistance options to match most applications. Sensor choices include 100 and 1000 ohm platinum RTDs and 50,000 ohm NTC thermistors. Applications include designers who are creating thermal models or prototyping new products. Read More

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