01. Band Heaters

Used to heat (mostly) cylindrical surfaces and are available in several construction styles to perform under different operating environments.

  • Common Applications
  • Autoclaves & Sterilizers.
  • Blow Molding Machines (Barrels & Heads).
  • Blown Film Dies.
  • Drum Heating.
  • Extrusion Die
  • Fluidized Beds.
  • Food & Candy Extruders.
  • Food Service Warming Pots.
  • Holding Tanks.
  • Hot Runner Molding Bushings.
  • Metallurgical Analyzation Equipment.
  • Oil Reclamation Systems.
  • Plastic Extruders.
  • Plastic Injection Molding Machines
02. Ceramic Band Heaters

Ceramic Insulated Band Heaters can meet the demand for energy conservation & operation efficiency. They are capable of generating higher temperatures essential to process today’s resins. Electrical energy savings are achieved by using a 1/4″ thick ceramic fiber insulating blanket, reducing power consumption by 25 to 30%. Because of the low thermal conductivity of the ceramic fiber insulation, when the external surface temperature of the heater is ~400°F, the inside surface temperature is ~1200°F.

03. Hi-Density Cartridge Heaters

Standard sheath material is 321 Stainless Steel which provides good thermal conductivity, and resistance to corrosion and scaling. Welded end disc made from the same material as the sheath provides a positive seal against moisture and other contaminants. Grade “A” Nickel-Chrome resistance wire precisely wound on a high purity magnesium oxide core places the resistance wire as close to the inside of the sheath as possible. A high purity Magnesium Oxide (MgO) powder is used to fill all remaining space inside the sheath. Heater is then swaged, which compacts the magnesium oxide grains into a solid mass. The standard termination for is Type N, 10″ (254 mm) long nickel conductor lead wires externally connected to soli


Used in the surface heating of tanks, as the heat source in industrial ovens and for heating air or other inert gases.

  • Common Applications
  • Air Heating.
  • Baking.
  • Dies.
  • Drying.
  • Food Warmers.
  • Hot Plates.
  • Incubators.
  • Melting.
  • Molds.
  • Ovens.
  • Platens.
  • Sealing Bars.
  • Tank Heating.
  • Thermoforming.
  • Welding Preheating

From basic liquid immersion heaters to highly engineered turnkey process heating systems, these heaters are designed to fit your manufacturing process.

  • Common Applications.
  • Air and Gas Heating.
  • Commercial Dishwasher Equip.
  • Duct Heating.
  • Food Processing.
  • Freeze Protection Fuel Circulation.
  • Immersion Heating .
  • Tank Heating.
  • Water Treatment Equipment.

Available in several diameters, lengths and sheath materials, these heaters can be formed into virtually any shape and can be brazed or welded to any metal surface. Choose specific application finned heaters or heaters for runnerless molds.

  • Common Applications.
  • Animal Incubators for Prenatal Care.
  • Ducts.
  • Epoxy Curing.
  • Food Service Equipment.
  • Furnaces.
  • Fusing Laminated Sheets Together.
  • Hopper and Silo Heaters – Plastic, Food Agriculture.
  • Kettles and Tanks.
  • Ovens – Process, Curing, Food.
  • Paint and Enamel Baking Equipment.
  • Plastic Sheet Bending Equipment.
  • Spas and Hot Tubs.
  • Steam Tables.
  • Sterilizers and Autoclaves.
  • Stretch Wrapping Equipment.
  • Textile and Chemical Dryers.
  • Welding Preheat Equipment
07. Ceramic Infrared Heaters
  • Nickel – Chrome Resistance Wire.
  • Corrosion and Oxidation resistant.
  • Useful wavelength range (2-10 microns).
  • Operating Temperature 550 ⁰F to 1400 ⁰F.
  • Average Operating Life up to 20,000 hours (depending on condition).
  • Application.
  • Thermoforming and Vacuum Forming.
  • Hot Stamping.
  • Heat Therapy.
  • Description.
  • Ceramic Infrared Heaters are efficient, robust heaters which provide long wave infrared radiation. They are used in diverse range of industrial processes. Most plastics and many other materials absorbs infrared wave best in this range.