Heating elements

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Round heating element / tubular

The WATROD tubular heaters are available in double-ended...

Round heating element / tubular / armored

The High-Temperature Tubular Heaters from Watlow are...

Round heating element / tubular / armored

The Multicoil™, which is manufactured...

Round heating element / tubular

The Watrod miller are groove heaters designed...

Electrical cabinet resistance heater

The Enclosure Heater Series...

Flat heating element

These are heat rings and each are equipped with thermostat, switch...

Flat heating element / finned

The GBP 41.00 from Omega's...

Silicone heating element / flexible

The SRFR and SRFG Series,...

Silicone heating element / flexible

The SRBH series which are...

Pulsed fan resistance heater / compact

Compact Flat design High air through-flow Temperature...

PTC resistance heater / for electrical cabinets

Low surface temperature Quick mounting due to...

PTC resistance heater / with thermostat

Low surface temperature Integrated thermostat...

Everything is here....

Hazardous area resistance heater / for electrical cabinets

There are several applications supported...

Hazardous area resistance heater

The SL BLOCKTHERM Series of Explosion-Proof...

Hazardous area resistance heater / for electrical cabinets

Intertac’s CP VARITHERM DPA Electric heater can...

Hazardous area resistance heater / for electrical cabinets

The unit is perfect for the heating of instruments...

Electrical cabinet resistance heater

The RACM series is manufactured...

Electrical cabinet resistance heater

The RACMV series is manufactured...

Additional properties - High transparency - Large surface and...

Hot runner nozzle heating element

With hotslot®, which is based...

Silicone heating element / flexible

Whether plains or cylindrical...

Hot runner nozzle heating element

hotset offers a wide product range for applications...

Ceramic heating element

CARTRIDGE HEATERS -...

Ceramic heating element

The PHK Series, manufactured...

Ceramic heating element

CARTRIDGE Heaters are...

Finned heating element

The RRH series is manufactured...

Silicone heating element / flexible

The Etch Foil is manufactured...

Polyimide heating element / flexible

Due to the reduced thermal mass and superior electrical...

Silicone heating element

Holroyd provides factory fitting service to assemble silicone...

Polyester heating element / flexible

The Flexible Heating Element...

How to choose this product

heating-element

A heating element generates heat when an electric current runs through it. While all electrical devices carrying current produce heat by the Joule effect, a heating element is one specifically designed to do so.

Technologies

There are many different types of heating element.
- Tubular models, some with flanges, have a wound resistance perfectly centered within a cylindrical metal sheath or shielding filled with a compact, powdered insulating material. The outer sheath ensures very good heat transfer and excellent mechanical properties.
- Cartridge heaters are used in the plastics industry to warm molds and tools.
- Flat versions are analogous to tubular models, but with a different configuration whose surface offers better heat transfer to solid substances.
- Heater bands are designed to heat cylindrical parts.
- Flexible elements consist of a particularly flat resistance sandwiched between two sheets of flexible insulation with low power density.
- Immersion heaters heat the liquid in which they are submerged.
- Heating belts and blankets are used to warm drums and IBC containers.
- Heating cable and tape is used especially to keep pipes, ducts and lines from freezing.

How to choose

The proper type of heating element depends on the specifics of the application. Choice of model will depend on the size, required power and the compatibility of materials.

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