Produkty

Flat heating elements with mica insulation

 

We produce flat heating mica elements according to the requirements of the client.

 

Standard methods of electrical connection

1) Outlet version 1 (outlets perpendicular to the area of the element)

  • Conductors with silicon insulation and copper galvanized core (maximally up to 180°C).
  • Conductors with Teflon insulation and copper galvanized core (maximally up to 205°C).
  • Conductors with Teflon insulation and nickel core (maximally up to 260°C).
  • Conductors with glass-textile insulation and nickel core (maximally up to 350°C).
  • Conductors with mineral insulation and nickel galvanized core (maximally up to 450°C).

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2) Outlet version 2 (outlets in the plane of the element)

  • Nickel wire with glass-textile hose (maximally up to 250°C).
  • Conductors with Teflon insulation and nickel core (maximally up to 260°C).
  • Conductors with glass-textile insulation and nickel core (maximally up to 350°C).
  • Conductors with mineral insulation and nickel galvanized core (maximally up to 450°C).

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3) Outlet version 3 (clams M5):

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4) Outlet version 4 – (outlets fitted with metal braid):

  • Conductors with glass-textile insulation and nickel core (maximally up to 350°C).
  • Conductors with mineral insulation and nickel galvanized core (maximally up to 450°C).

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Specification

Standard thickness of the element: 4 mm +/-0.5

Input power tolerance:  +10%/-10% (measured at working temperature).

Operating voltage:  12 V – 400 V

 Material for the shell: AISI 304, brass, steel.

Maximum recommended specific load of flat elements with mica insulation: 3-4 W/cm(depends on the dimensions of the element, the working temperature, and the material of the heated part).

Maximum recommended working temperature: 300°C (according to the dimensions of the element, the specific load, the method of suppression, and the heated material).

Option to mount “K” and “J” type thermocouples.