1. Nichrome resistance wire
High-grade resistance wire is precisely wound to provide the required application heat.
2. High purity material is compacted around the coils for optimum thermal conductance and dielectric strengths.
3. Welded wire-to-pin connections
360° fusion weld is used to insure the electrical integrity of the heater.
4. Sheath material
Incoloy and 304 stainless steel are available.304 stainless steel 1200°F(650°)is the maximum sheath temperature.Incoloy maximum is 1400°F(760°）.
5. Lead wire termination
6. Ranging from 194°（90℃ to 250℃）construction.A standard lavacone seal protects against moisture and contaminants,while providing excellent dielectric strength for operations up to and including 480VAC. Silicone rubber or epoxy resin seals,which are recommended for oil and water heating applications ,are also available.
*Tubular heating element are custom designed in a various shapes to as client's requirements for direct immersion in liquids such as water, oils, solvents and process solutions, molten materials as well as air and gases.
*Tubular heaters are produced using INCOLOY, stainless steel or Copper sheath materials and also there is huge variety of selection of termination styles available. Insulation of Magnesium offers greater heat transfer.
*Tubular heaters can be used in any application. Straight tubular can be inserted in machined groves for conductive heat transfer and formed Tubular provides consistent heat in any type of special application.
For over half a century, people have been using round tubular heating. The Watlow FIREBAR flat tubular heater is an innovative concept that provides a wide array of design improvements.
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