>> Bobbin-steatite heaters are used for heating of air and liquids. Bobbin-steatite heaters are often installed in tubes / pipes, which means that the ceramic heating element can be replaced without the need to emptie the container or intervent in furnaces or machinery.
Steatite heaters can be supplied complete with a protective tube and threaded flange. The pipe is typically made of steel, stainless steel or acid-proof materials.
The heater can be provided with housing that have different density classes and in some cases with thermostat and overheating protection. The housing and the type of connection is determined by the application.
|Resistance||Ni-Cr 80/20, melting point 1400 °C|
|Density Load||22 W/cm²|
|Material||Steatit / Ceramic|
|Operating temp.||Max 650 °C|
|Heating types||Air (directly), Liquid (indirectly)|
|Connection||Threaded pin for cable connection|
|Voltage||Acc. to customer requirements|
A resistance wire is passed through the ceramic body which is composed of ceramic sections. The advantage of sections is that you can easily change the length and also adjust the cold zones. Connections are in the connection head.
Steatite heaters can be supplied with tube / thermowell, connection box, overheat protection and control thermostat