Ceramic Infrared Heating Elements
Ceramic infrared heating elements are used for hardening and drying processes, amongst others.
These elements are manufactured by moulding a resistive conductor into a ceramic mass. Ceramic elements have a temperature range of 300°C to 730°C and produces an infrared wave of 2-10 µ.
The glazed ceramic surface protects the heating spool against rust and aggressive substances.
We have a wide range of standard models – call for more information about our inventory or discuss how Heatrod can offer bespoke elements for your application.
Example of Applications
- Plastic moulding
- Paint & print drying
- Silk screen printing
- Outdoor heating
- Quick & efficient heating
- Low investment cost
- Suitable for intermittant heating
- Can be used in vacuum and air flow environments
Other cables and fixings are available - please enquire.