Introduction of Ceramic Band Heaters
A helically wound resistance coil made from nickel-chrome wire is precisely strung through specially designed ceramic insulating bricks, forming a flexible heating mat.
These heaters transmit heat through both conduction & radiation. The element winding is designed to heat the ceramic blocks to the point at which they radiate energy into the barrel as well as conduct energy by being in contact with the barrel - fit is not as critical as in other types of bands.
Nickel-chrome wire in a outer wall composed of interlocking ceramic tiles
Inside medium-high temperature heaters up to 1200°F
Outside shell temperature: 350°– 450°F
Built-in ceramic fiber insulating mat
Stainless steel jacket
Minimum diameter: 2”
Minimum width: 1”
Thickness with ¼” insulation: 5/8”
Regular gap: 3/8
Maximum watt density: 45 w/in2
Broad range of terminal types and thicknesses of ceramic fiber insulation mats
1. Stainless steel sheath
Resists rust and high temperatures, and provides firm mechanical support.
Easily wraps around barrel due to fluted construction.
2. Thermal insulation
¼ inch of ceramic fiber prevents heat loss, thereby lowering energy costs.
3. Nickel-chrome heating coil
Precision wound, helical construction gives extended service.
A heavier weight than found in mica or other conventional heaters.
Provide uniform heat distribution
1. Plastic Extrusion
2. Injection Molding
4. Pressure Molding
5. Structural Foam
6. Food Industry
7. Container Pipe and Tank Heating
9. Chemical, Oil & Gas Industries
1. Lead time: 7-15 days after payment
2. Delivery Term: DDU, FOB,CIF
3. Shipping Mode:Air, Sea, Express
4. Package: Carton box/wooden case