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Ceramic Band Heaters

Ceramic Band heaters are made of helically wound Nickel Chrome resistance coil precisely stretched and strung through steatite ceramic cores forming a flexible heating mat. It is then placed in flexible stainless steel housing with ceramic fiber insulation. These heaters are very flexible and can be fitted easily. We built every technically possible heaters as per your requirement.


Features
Nickel Chrome Resistance Wire.
Ceramic Fiber Insulation reduces power consumption by 20 to 30%
Available with heating & cooling combination.
Max.7 watts per sq. cm.
Max.Temp.250oC
Terminal Box, European plug option.
The electrical connection is available with cable outlets or post terminals covered with junction box.
The heater can be manufactured from a diameter of 38 mm upward.
For special type of terminals, drawing is required.
Applications
Plastic Processing Machinery.
Injection and Blow Moulding.
Extruders & Many other applications.

Jacket type Ceramic Band Heaters
Ceramic heaters work by using electricity to heat up elements made of ceramic inside of their housings. While numerous types of heaters exist, people who use ceramic heaters will enjoy some distinct advantages.

 

Space
Ceramic heaters can heat larger spaces than a traditional radiant heater. Using a fan-assisted model will allow you to heat a bigger room. Most ceramic heaters have sensors that will shut them down automatically if they get too hot.

Size
Ceramic heaters tend to be smaller and more compact than radiant heaters. This size advantage makes them easier to move and opens up more options for placement. Make sure your ceramic heater has at least a 2-foot radius around it so it can ventilate properly.

Benefits
Although ceramic heaters cost more initially, they use less energy than traditional radiant heaters. Many of them also come with timers that allow you to heat rooms before you come home from work or before you wake up without leaving it on all day.


Nozzle Band Heaters
Nozzle Band heaters are available as
  • Mica Nozzle Band Heaters
  • Plastic proof Nozzle Band Heaters
  • Leaf Proof Nozzle Band Heaters

We build every technically possible heaters as per your requirement.


   

Features
Sheathing material high grade steel or brass.
Operating temp brass 280°C - SS 350°C.
Max. surface load Brass 30w/sq. inch, SS sheath 45w/sq. inch.
Metal braided Fiberglas wire terminals.

Leaf proof Nozzle Band Heaters
Plastic proof.
Sheathing material high grade steel.
Max.operating temp 600 °C.
Max.surface load 60 w/Sq. inch.
Insulation - high grade mineral insulation.
Metal braided fiberglass wire terminals.
Applications
Hot runner bushings.
Nozzles of plastic processing machineries.

Mica Band Heaters
Mica Band heaters are made of Nickel Chrome resistance ribbon precisely wound on specially selected Mica or Micanite sheet. It is then insulated and covered by metal sheathing and rolled to the required shape. We build every technically possible heaters as per your requirement.


Features
Rust resistant Sheath.
Top Quality Nickel Chrome ribbon.
Max. 3.6 watts/cm2
Max. Operating temperature up to 250 °C
Available with inbuilt insulation pad to reduce power consumption.
Applications
Plastic Processing machinery.
Water and Oil Heating Appliances.
Packaging machineries
Vending Machines.
Dies and Tools.
Heating Chemical Solutions.
Ovens & Dryers
Kitchen equipments

Hot Runner Heater

Features
Sheath temperature upto 800oC
Higher watt densities
Build in Type "J" (or) "K" Thermocouple
Available in following cross sections :  3mm X 3mm, 3.3mm X 3.3mm, 3.7mm X 3.7mm, 4.5mm X 4.5mm, 4.2mm X 2.2mm, 3.2mm X 1.8mm, O 1.8mm, 3.3mm, 3.7mm
Rugged & Durable Construction
Available as per customer's specifications
Applications
Moulds & Dies
Nozzle heating
Sprue Bushing
how to order coiled micro tubular heater
Watts & Volts
Cross Section
ID, OD & Length
Termination style
Thermocouple if required Specify Type "J" (or) "K" Grounded (or) Ungronded
Number of coil in L1, L2 & L3
Coil total Length T.L, L1, L2, & L3
Connection lead option, lead length and lead orientation
Drawing or sample for special type configuration

Air Heaters

Industrial Water Immersion Heaters

Flange Watts Voltage Depth of Immersion
1 1/4 " BSPT 2000  230 220mm
1 1/2" BSPT 2000 230 220mm
1 1/4 " BSPT 3000 230 280mm
1 1/2" BSPT 3000 230/400 220mm
2" BSPT 4000 230/400 260mm
2" BSPT 5000 230/400 320mm
2" BSPT 6000 230/400 380mm
2" BSPT 9000 230/400 550mm
2" BSPT 9000 230/400 610mm

Oil Immersion Heaters
   

Watts Voltage Depth of Immersion Mounting
1000  230 438mm 1 1/4 " BSPT
1500 230 220mm 1 1/2" BSPT
2000 230 280mm 1 1/4 " BSPT
3000 230/400(Y) 220mm 1 1/2" BSPT
4000 230/400(Y) 575mm 2" BSPT
5000 230/400(Y) 320mm 2" BSPT
6000 230/400(Y) 380mm 2" BSPT

Long Life Finned Air Heaters

Watts Voltage Depth of Immersion Mounting Tube Air Heaters Breadth mm Height mm
500 230 230 254 70 40
750 230 230 460 70 40
1000 230 230 610 70 40
1000 230 230 762 70 40
1500 230 230 762 70 40
1500 230 230 990 70 40
2000 230 230 990 70 40

Alkaline Immersion Heaters (Coils Heater )

Watts Voltage Depth of Immersion Mounting Tube Air Heaters Breadth mm Height mm
500 230 230 254 70 40
750 230 230 460 70 40
1000 230 230 610 70 40
1000 230 230 762 70 40
1500 230 230 762 70 40
1500 230 230 990 70 40
2000 230 230 990 70 40

Strip Heater
 

Find a safe place to work with your strip heater. While the strip heater is easy to use, it is also potentially dangerous. Find a place outside of the house if possible (a garage or barn). This will decrease the danger of a dangerous fire and save your house from smelling like burning plastic. Also keep a fire extinguisher close at hand

Use a pencil to mark the line of the crease where you want the plastic to be bent. This keeps all the folds and bends neat-looking and will make it easier to apply to the strip heater. Mark the line on both sides of the plastic

Create a jig. There are many types of jigs in craftwork, but they all do the same essential thing: they work as a guide to help form your project. If you want your plastic to be bent into a 90-degree angle, just simply nail a 2-by-4 to a sheet of wood. The jig should be big enough to accommodate your entire piece of plastic.

  • Plug the strip heater in and set the heat to the desired level for bending plastic. Plastic is probably the most delicate of all the materials you could bend on a strip heater, so the highest setting is not needed or advised. A low to medium heat should do just fine.
  • Rest the plastic on top of the supports on the side of the heater and position your line directly over the heater. To ensure your plastic does not burn, keep flipping the sheet every 30 seconds until the desired flexibility is reached.
  • Place the heated plastic into the jig and bend the plastic into the jig’s angle. The spot where your line was should be as close to where the 2 pieces of wood meet as possible. Place a large block of wood over the plastic with its edge placing pressure on the crease.
  • Let the plastic cool. When it’s finished, you will have a bent piece of plastic with a nice angle. You can make more bends. When finished, file down any sharp edges and check for mistakes

Cartridge Heaters
Application Of Cartridge Heaters

The majority of applications do not require maximum watt/in². Use a watt density only as high as needed. Take advantage of the safety margin provided by using ratings less than the maximum allowed. Select space heaters for most even heat pattern rather than the highest possible wattage per heater.
At medium Watt densities, general purpose drills are usually adequate for drilling holes. Typically, these result in holes .003" to .008" over the nominal size of the drill, resulting in fits of .010" .015". Of course, the tightest fit is desirable from a heat transfer standpoint, but somewhat looser fits aid in installing and removing cartridge heaters, especially long ones. Holes drilled completely through the part are recommended to facilitate removal of the heater. After drilling, clean or degrease the part to remove cutting lubricants.
At high Watt densities holes should be drilled and reamed, rather than just drilled to final diameter with a general purpose drill. At high watt densities, a close fit is important. The fit is the difference between the minimum diameter of the heater and maximum diameter of the hole. For example, at 1/2" diameter an OMEGALUX cartridge heater is actually .498" plus 000" minus .005". If this heater is placed in a hole which has been drilled and reamed to a diameter of .503" - .493" = .010").

Temperature Controllers and Sensors for Cartridge Heaters

The sensor for the temperature control is also an important factor and should be placed between the working surface of the part and the heaters. The temperature of the part approximately 1/2" away from the heaters is used in selecting maximum allowable Watt density from the graph.
Control of power is an important consideration in high Watt density applications. On-off control is frequently utilized, but it can cause wide excursions in the temperature of the heater and working parts. Thyristor power controls are valuable in extending the life of high Watt density heaters, since they effectively eliminate on-off cycling.
There are a variety of temperature controllers and sensors one can use depending on the application. One of the more popular sensor types for cartride heater applications are the surface mount temperature sensors. Thermocouple, RTD or Thermistors are available with an adhesive backing or the ability to be cemented to the surface being heated. There also bolt on and magnetic surface mount type temperature sensors available. Digital temperature controllers come in many different sizes with many output and input choices. Thermcouple and RTD inputs are the most popular with a dc pulse output. DC pulse ouputs allow the user to go to a larger relay to switch the heater load and use proportional control versus on/off control which can shorten the heater life.


High-density Cartridge Heaters

  1. High Watt Density Cartridge Heaters with Incoloy Sheath 3/8 Inch Diameter
  2. CIR Series High Watt Density Cartridge Heaters with Incoloy Sheath 1/4" Diameter
  3. Incoloy Sheath CIR Series High Watt Density Cartridge Heaters 1/2 "(1.27cm) and 5/8" (1.59cm) Diameter

Glass Heater & Titanium Heater


Important Safeguards

This appliance is not intended for use by children or infirm persons without supervision. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Warning: To guard against injury, basic safety precautions
should be observed, including the following:

  1. Read and follow all safety instructions before using this appliance.
  2. Danger: To avoid possible electric shocks, special care should be taken since water is employed in the use of terrarium equipment. For each of the following situations do not attempt repairs yourself. Return the appliance to an authorised service facility for service or discard the appliance.
  3. If the electrical components of the appliance get wet, unplug the appliance immediately (non immersible equipment only).


Infrared Heaters

You probably learned about infrared light when you studied wavelengths in science class¬. You also might have heard of infrared radiation or infrared technology, just from casual tidbits on TV commercials or in magazines. But to be honest, you've either forgotten or never really understood the science behind wavelengths and light spectrums. So you pretty much draw a blank when you try to figure out what infrared heaters do You might remember that infrared light isn't visible because it's beyond the spectrum we can see.

That's the gist of an infrared heater: The heat is a product of light that is invisible to our eyes. The reason we get warm from an infrared heater is because our skin and clothes absorb the lightIt's like the difference between being directly in the sunlight versus sitting in the shade. You feel warm in the sun because the light that hits your clothes and skin keeps you warm, but when you're in the shade, the light doesn't reach you as well.

There are several kinds of infrared heaters. Some might direct their infrared light straight into a room or space to create heat on the object it reaches. Other infrared heaters contain three parts that create heat: infrared light bulbs, a heat exchanger (such as a good metal conductor like copper) and a fan that blows air onto the exchanger to create the heat
Infrared heaters also differ in fuel source and construction material.

There are propane, natural gas and electric heaters. Some are ceramic, and there are also portable ones Infrared heaters have certain specifications and should be used only in certain situations. These heaters may be more environmentally friendly. Click to the next page to read more about some of the specifications of infrared heaters.

Types of Terminals
12" Lead or Post Terminals.
Junction Box
Two flexible fiberglass insulated lead wires without junction box.
Protected fiberglass Wires with G.I or SS flexible conduct.



 

 
 
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