Nozzle Heater

For producing and offering a wide variety of Nozzle Heaters, we have won the respect of our customers. Injection and blow moulding, plastic processing equipment, test instruments, and a variety of cylindrical heating applications all make extensive use of them. Coiled Nozzle Heaters are included in this category of products we sell. According to the needs of the user, they are constructed with a coiled cylindrical shape and the capacity to function at very high temperatures of up to 760 degrees Celsius and more. To ensure ease of installation, these heaters come with clamps that are permanently attached. They are well regarded for their excellent structural strength and outstanding corrosion resistance.

A system or machine’s nozzle can be heated using a nozzle heater. The manufacturing, plastics processing, 3D printing, and fluid dispensing applications are only a few of the areas where it is frequently employed.

A nozzle heater’s main objective is to maintain or increase the nozzle’s temperature to a predetermined level. This is crucial in procedures where a constant temperature is needed for best results or to stop materials from degrading or clogging.

Nozzle heaters are often constructed from materials that can withstand high temperatures, like stainless steel or other heat-conductive alloys. They are made up of a heating element—typically a coil or a cartridge heater—enclosed in a shield. The sheath’s strong temperature resistance and physical and environmental protection for the heating element are included into its design.

The machine or system’s nozzle assembly is where the nozzle heater is placed or incorporated. Heat is produced when an electric current passes through the heating element; this heat is then delivered to the nozzle. A temperature controller that is used to operate the heater enables the user to set and maintain the desired temperature.

In many applications, the nozzle’s temperature is crucial. For instance, in plastic injection moulding, the nozzle heater aids in ensuring that the molten plastic is injected into the mould at a constant temperature. The nozzle heater makes sure that the filament material is properly melted and extruded during 3D printing.

Overall, a nozzle heater is essential for regulating temperature as well as guaranteeing the effectiveness and calibre of a variety of industrial operations that entail heating and carefully regulated material flow through a nozzle.


  • They have high thermal conductivity & provide instant response to temperature control
  • These heaters have faster heating capability with no thermal lag
  • They are provided with SS made cover to prevent contamination by overflow of materials including plastic

Coil Nozzle Heater

Coil Nozzle Heater A particular kind of heating element called a coil nozzle heater is made for heating cylindrical pipes or nozzles in industrial applications. It is frequently employed in processes requiring the heating of cylindrical objects, such as plastic injection moulding, blow moulding, extrusion, and other operations. A high-resistance heating wire twisted tightly into a coil and covered in a sheath made of stainless steel or other suitable materials makes up the coil nozzle heater. When energised, the coil is intended to evenly distribute heat down the length of the nozzle. Construction: To ensure longevity and resilience to severe situations, coil nozzle heaters are normally built with high-quality materials. Any electrical contact with the nozzle is avoided thanks to the insulation between the heating coil and the sheath. Heating Capacity: Coil nozzle heaters have the ability to reach high temperatures in order to satisfy the particular needs of the application. To achieve maximum performance and productivity, they can offer accurate and reliable heating. Fast Heat-Up and Cool-Down: The short heat-up and cool-down intervals of these heaters enable effective operation and minimise production downtime. Simple Installation: To meet varied nozzle diameters and lengths, coil nozzle warmers are available in a variety of sizes and configurations. They are often made to be simple to install and remove, enabling maintenance and replacement as needed. Temperature Control: To maintain precise and stable temperatures during the heating process, coil nozzle heaters can be fitted with integrated or external temperature control devices, such as thermocouples and controllers. Coil nozzle heaters are versatile in that multiple power ratings, voltages, lengths, and mounting options can be added to satisfy particular needs. Due to their adaptability, they are compatible with a variety of nozzle kinds and sizes. In order to ensure appropriate installation, operation, and maintenance when utilising...

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Mica Nozzle Heater

Mica Nozzle Heater The top grade SS304 grade stainless steel is used to make the ring-shaped, reasonably priced Mica Nozzle Heater. This type of heater's sheath can withstand temperatures of up to 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. Its sheath's exterior part is comprised of a unique metal. This heating solution is available from us with various electrical terminal, clamping system, and design options. The heaters in the offered range are renowned for their high level of durability, adaptable design, energy-efficient operation, high level of durability, steady heat output rate, and uniform heat distribution technique. When doing various industrial tasks including blow moulding, injection moulding, process applications, heating tanks or containers, and plastic extrusion processes, a heater must be provided. We are a reputable provider and manufacturer of NOZZLE Heaters of the highest calibre. To heat the nozzle on injection moulding machines, a mica nozzle heater is a common heating element type. The purpose of the nozzle heater is to evenly distribute heat around the nozzle, which helps to delay the plastic resin's solidification and premature cooling during the moulding process. The following are some essential qualities and traits of mica nozzle heaters: The mica nozzle heater is made of a metal sheath, an insulation layer made of mica, and a heating coil looped around it. The heater is made to fit tightly around the nozzle, distributing heat evenly. Mica Insulation: Mica has great thermal conductivity and is a high-temperature electrical insulator. While providing electrical insulation, the mica insulation layer enables effective heat transfer from the heating coil to the nozzle. Uniform Heat Distribution: The mica nozzle heater's design makes sure that heat is distributed evenly all around the nozzle, which helps to delay the plastic resin's solidification and premature cooling during the moulding process. Mica nozzle warmers are suitable for high-temperature injection...

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Nozzle Heaters

Nozzle Heaters We provide Nozzle Heaters for use in plastics manufacturing processes. These are durable tabular heaters that can withstand high temperatures. It is designed using the most recent technologies and top-quality components under the supervision of a highly skilled crew. The machinery has a sturdy design and a small footprint. It is simple to use, install, and, most importantly, maintain. The many applications that call for high temperature, high performance, and large load capacities can use the nozzle heaters we provide. In a variety of industrial applications, heaters for nozzles or nozzle assemblies are employed. They are frequently utilised in the plastics sector, notably in 3D printers and injection moulding equipment. The raw material, such as plastic pellets or filaments, are melted in these machines' nozzles, which subsequently extrude the molten material out of a tiny hole. To ensure effective melting and flow of the material, the nozzle heater is made to offer controlled and consistent heating. Here are some of the main characteristics and uses of nozzle heaters: Heating Element: Ceramic or mica insulation is usually wrapped around or integrated in a heating element, such as a resistance wire, in nozzle heaters. When an electric current flows through the heating element, heat is produced. Temperature Control: Nozzle heaters have temperature control systems to manage the nozzle's temperature. In order to process the material effectively, it is ensured that the material achieves and maintains the desired temperature. Simple thermostats and more sophisticated systems with digital displays and PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) control are both examples of temperature controllers. Even Heat Distribution: Nozzle heaters are made to distribute heat evenly along the length of the nozzle. This ensures uniform melting and extrusion of the material and helps prevent hot spots. Nozzle heaters are made to heat up quickly, allowing for quicker startup...

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