Tubular heating elements perform exceptional industrial heat transfer by conduction, convection, or radiation to heat liquids, air, gases, and surfaces. In most commercial heater assemblies, tubular element design configurations vary: round, triangular, flat press, and formed. Bends are made to customer requirements: custom built from 0.200" to 0.475" diameters, a multitude of sheath materials with sheath temperature capabilities up to 1600°F, and watt densities to fit many applications up to 600 volts. Available with over 20 optional terminations and many stocked accessories.
Compasses and gyroscopes, tubing “wraparounds,” oil igniters and burning off flue gases.
An Extremely Versatile Element — Used where just a little heat is needed or where a high temperature is needed quickly in a tight spot. Heat-up is fast due to the small mass of the element.
Flexible — Easily forms to a wide range of configurations.
Type 34 Terminals — Standard with high
temperature leads attached to sheath. See
terminal detail drawing in the Tubular Heater
Work Temperatures — See Tubular Heaters
Bending — Customer’s minimum inside bending
radius is 5/8". See bending requirements
in the Tubular Heater Overview section.