For the manufacture and delivery of an elite assortment of Ceramic Heaters, we have established a reputable niche in the market. They are created by attaching a heating pad to a steel alloy enclosure with edges and ceramic fibre insulation. When voltage is given to these heaters, their semi-conductive substance causes the power to swiftly diminish after they reach a certain temperature. The heaters’ elements come into touch with the aluminium fins, heating them up as a result. The most typical use for them is to heat a small room or workplace.
A type of heating element called a ceramic band heater is used in industrial settings to evenly heat cylindrical things like pipes, nozzles, and barrels. They are constructed comprised of a ceramic insulation that surrounds a resistance wire heating element and a metal sheath that covers the insulation to shield it from the elements and provide mechanical support.
The high-temperature ceramic used to create the ceramic insulation can resist temperatures as high as 1800°F (982°C). It has great insulation qualities, which cut down on heat loss and increase heating efficiency. Nickel-chromium resistance wire that has been coiled and placed in ceramic insulation serves as the heating element.
Ceramic band heaters can be specially made to match certain applications and come in a variety of sizes and power levels. They are frequently used in the plastics sector to heat injection moulding machines, extruders, and blow moulding machines. They can be used for both cooling and heating applications. They are also used in the food industry to heat processing equipment and in the packaging business to heat sealing jaws.
- They are known to increase their resistance sharply at crystalline componentÃ¢ÂÂs curie temperatures
- These are known to provide maximum flexibility for easy installation
- They are greatly admired for their energy efficient nature