Fry Heating Element unique flat surface geometry packs more power in shorter elements and assemblies, along with a host of other performance improvements. These include:
-Minimizing coking and fluid degrading
-Enhancing the flow of fluid past the element's surface to carry heat from the sheath
-Improving heat transfer with a significantly larger boundary layer allowing much more liquid to flow up and across the sheath's surface
Flat heating elements provide added heating performance over standard round tubular heating elements-especially for immersion applications in petroleum-based liquids requiring high kilowatts.
The unique flat surface geometry packs more power in shorter elements and assemblies, along with a host of other performance improvements. Allowing much more liquid to flow up and across the sheath's surface by improving heat transfer with a significantly larger boundary layer .
Lessen coking and fluid degrading
Compacted MgO insulation
Enhancing the flow of fluid past the element's surface to carry heat from the sheath
Fast heating up
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.
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