Durex Industries

Patented Non-Stick Coating Eases Removal of Cartridge Heaters
Paints & Coatings

Patented Non-Stick Coating Eases Removal of Cartridge Heaters

Durex Industries introduces a patented, high temperature coating for cartridge heaters that facilitates easy removal from precision drilled holes. The Duraslik(TM) coating is bonded directly to the heater sheath for ease of handling. This coating acts as a solid lubricant once the heater has been energized in service. There is no need for additional release agents to be applied to the heater...

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Flexible Heaters come in Kapton® and silicone rubber.
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Flexible Heaters come in Kapton® and silicone rubber.

Flexible heating elements, with standard density of 5 W/sq in., meet application requirements in aerospace, medical, composite fabrication, optical equipment, and computers. Tear-resistant Kapton® heaters are 0.007 in. thick, measure up to 20 x 26 in., and handle temperatures from -319 to +392°F. Silicone Rubber heaters permit composite bonding and curing, as well as repair and...

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Tubular Heating Elements can be formed into any shape.
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Tubular Heating Elements can be formed into any shape.

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...

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Swaged Cartridge Heaters suit high-temperature applications.
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Swaged Cartridge Heaters suit high-temperature applications.

Suited for applications with temperatures up to 1,500°F, heaters have swaged alloy sheaths with diameters that are sized for precision fit into drilled holes, providing max heat transfer. Lead configurations include stainless steel braid and stainless steel armor for protection in hostile environments, and can be adapted to 90° angles. Heaters are available with UL and CUL component...

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Immersion Heaters suit process industries.
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Immersion Heaters suit process industries.

Immersion Heaters are offered in screw-plug, flange, and over-the-side styles to accommodate virtually any solution, including acids, plating chemicals, food products, and molten sand baths. Units feature MgO heating elements; NEMA moisture- or explosion-resistant enclosures; copper, steel or Incoloy sheath; welded construction; and operating temperatures to 1,600°F. Thermostatic controls,...

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Cable Heaters are custom formed.
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Cable Heaters are custom formed.

Mineral-insulated cable heaters deliver heat at temperatures over 1800°F in applications where standard heaters are impractical, due to size or space restrictions. Heaters can be formed to cover cylindrical areas that require uniform heating pattern. A variety of electrical connectors are available for application-specific requirements. Flexible leadwire can be supplied with protective...

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Coil Heater compensates for thermal expansion.
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Coil Heater compensates for thermal expansion.

Wedge locking, injection-nozzle heater, with clamping band, allows heating element to maintain full clamping force at elevated temperatures. Rectangular profile of heating element increases surface contact of heater and injection nozzle. Flexible element extensions terminate to Teflon(R) leadwires with moisture-resistant seals. Resistance tolerance is +/-2%. Standard sizes are 0.750 in. ID and...

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