Mica Band Heaters are inexpensive, which is best
suited for applications involving low to moderate temperatures. Heater bands also
offer a wide variety of termination and clamping styles. Mica band heaters feature
thin construction and high quality insulation for effective heat transfer and
excellent dielectric qualities. This type of heaters can handle up to 900°F.
suited for plastics industry applications. Mica band heaters can be used for heating
commodity resins in injection mold machines, extruders and blow molding machines.
Other applications can be found in the food and pharmaceutical industries or any
situation in which efficient band heating is required. In addition, Mica bands
can be modified to meet the demands of virtually any special applications.
- Thin construction for effective heat transfer
Available in partial band, reverse band (for application into rolls heating from
the inside out)
Expandable, two pieces, 3 pieces constructions
Many shapes and sizes, flat, L-shape, U-shape and conical shape. Dual circuits
or zones heating
- Zone heating, heat different sections at different time. Many heaters in one.
Cutout notches and holes
- Different exits
for power supply
AND CONSTRUCTION Designs consistently offer maximum
resistor coverage. * Ends of heaters incorporate
folded-in lips to resist contamination. * All bands
are accurately rolled to the specified diameter for optimum contact. *
Reliable welded internal termination junction whether screw or lead terminals
are specified. * A variety of lead protection systems
are available to protect against flexing abrasion and contamination *
High quality mica used in all designs. * Stainless
steel top and aluminized steel bottom for fast heat transfer *
All stainless steel heaters also available. * Compression
spring will help to keep heater tight to barrel to prevent hot spot *
Cr20Ni80 resistance ribbons is used.
BAND HEATERS Ceramic band heaters are designed
for high temperature applications. The heaters can withstand temperature up to
1400°F. Stainless steel cover to withstand high temperature and ceramic fiber
insulation to prevent heat loss. An interlocking ceramic are used for flexibility
and good thermal conductivity. High quality nickel chromium (Cr20Ni80) elements
are used for longer life.