Cartridge type heater and heating elements
 
We offer large scope of assortment of Watlow heating elements and Watlow cartridges. The previously mentioned elements and cartridges are suitable for heating solids, liquids, and air and for radiation heating, etc. We are able to offer heating cartridges, flexible elements and more with power of some Watts up to tens of kW.
.:Heating cartridges FIREROD, EB a HT-FIREROD:.

In the year 1954 the Watlow Company patented the first heating cartridge under FIREROD name. Although many things in their engineering design features have changed since then the Watlow Company still maintain significant lead in terms of technology and the company has been number one for more than 50 years in the field of heating based on heating cartridges.

For the manufacture of these cartridges are used only first class materials and the whole manufacturing process is kept under strict inspection and checking operations. Among their the most important engineering features belong high performance, very good transmission and uniform heat distribution, resistance to corrosion and oxidation at very high temperatures.
Type of cartridge
Max. power density Max. operating temperature
EB - stainless steel
30 W/cm2 600C
FIREROD - incoloy
60 W/cm2 870C
HT-FIREROD - incoloy
20 W/cm2 1000C
 
.:Flexibile heaters:.
Thin flexible bodies formed exactly in harmony with the shape of your apparatuses. In solving heating there are no limits of your fantasy and you may use this product even in the most complicated shapes without necessity of decreasing heating efficiency.
  • For medical/ sanitary/ health facilities (blood analyses, bath therapy,..)
  • As the protection against frost for hydraulic systems and equipment in airplanes
  • Kitchen technology
  • Battery heating and various parts of automobiles
  • Satellite and other communication equipment
  • Valves
Material
Max. power density
Recommended power density
Max. operating temperature
Silicone rubber
12.4W/cm2
0.78W/cm2
260C
Kapton
12.4W/cm2
0.78W/cm2
200C
Mica
17W/cm2
3.1W/cm2
595C
Neoprene
1.7W/cm2
0.31W/cm2
120C
 
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