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Dryer Heating Element Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of dryer heating element manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top dryer heating element manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find dryer heating element companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture dryer heating elements to your companies specifications. Then contact the dryer heating element companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of conveyor dryer heater elements, front loader dryer heating element, heating element for flash dryer or customized dryer heating elements of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Danvers, MA 978-777-0070

    We are proud to say that our products are made right here in the U.S.A. We manufacture the best dryer heating elements. These systems are great for baking, laminating, metal working, plastic welding, preheating, sealing, soldering, shrink fitting, synthetic fabric sewing. We supply all the parts needed for easy assembly and we will even work with you to determine the exact wattage calculations. Give us a call today to learn more information!

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  • Bristol, CT 860-582-6776

    Ulanet™ has 78 years of engineering and manufacturing experience in the production of cartridge, hermetically sealed, miniature, capsule, industrial thermostats, thermal time delay relays, immersion heaters, tubular heaters, miniature strip, bolt, cartridge heaters and numerous other heating elements. Let our proven capability help solve your heater or thermal control problem.

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  • Tucson, AZ 800-423-4078

    Glo-Quartz® is a manufacturer of industrial process heat equipment including tubular heating elements, lab heaters, teflon immersion heaters, flange heaters, radiant heaters and more. We have 40 years of experience in the industry providing you with outstanding service.

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  • Edgewater Park, NJ 866-747-4328

    Quartz Infrared is a manufacturer of quartz infrared electric heating elements & coils. We specialize in prototypes & custom designs with rapid delivery. We supply standard replacement elements for industrial, commercial, process & service industries. Typical applications include process heating, screen printing, consumer appliances, spot warming & shrink packaging including vertical applications.

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  • Grass Valley, CA 800-748-6189

    Benchmark Thermal designs and manufuactures heating elements for a broad range of industries. Our product line includes tubular heating elements, silicone rubber heating elements, flexible heating elements, and insulated heaters. We serve a wide variety of industries including petrochemical, medical devices, semiconductor, and food service.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

NIBE Acquires the Operations of Hotwatt Inc. in USA

Since 1952, Hotwatt´s manufacturing facilities in Danvers, Massachusetts have produced highly engineered heating solutions for the Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning market as well as for the Medical Device, Analytical Equipment and other Industrial markets. Hotwatt´s electric heating product range consists of cartridge, band, strip and ceramic heaters, including its “Superwatt” high density cartridge heater which is well known for its high reliability and performance. Hotwatt´s operations include 115 employees and report sales of 9.0 MUSD with a break-even operating margin which is expected to improve to NIBE´s targeted profitability... Read More

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Dryer Heating Elements

Dryer heating elements are heat generation tools used in industrial, commercial and consumer dryers. Dryers are important utilities in many ways. In industrial contexts, dryers are used for moisture removal as well as for surface treatments like curing, powder coating and a wide variety of other processes. Dryers are essential tools for the production of surface treated plastics and metals, and their use would not be possible without heating elements.

Dryers are essential tools for the production of surface treated plastics and metals, and their use would not be possible without heating elements. Different heating element configurations are appropriate for different applications. An immersion heating element, for example, is used only in contexts in which the heating element will be immersed in the materials that it is used to heat. This would make an immersion heating element inappropriate for use in a dryer. Likewise, consumer clothes dryers do not require the same kind of heat generation tools as do industrial dryers; most consumer clothes dryers involve the controlled burning of natural gas for heat generation. Commercial dryers come in all shapes and sizes and are used for many purposes. They are used in health care facilities for instrument sanitation, in laboratories for testing and in many other contexts. Each different variety requires its own specific heating element configuration.

Dryer heating elements rely on radiation and the transfer of heat through the air. Almost every dryer heating element involves an electric current passed through a metal wire of some kind. That wire is often a nickel-chrome alloy-twisted wire. After an electric current is applied, heat is generated because of electrical resistance. Many electric heating elements are coated with ceramic insulation in order to increase electric resistance and heat generation capacity; some dryers are equipped with such heating elements, particularly kilns and other industrial dryers. Dryer heating elements are available in many different sizes and shapes to accommodate the many different dryer configurations in which they are employed. Variables like dryer size, construction, composition, required heat generation capacity and materials to be heated factor into what constitutes an appropriate heat generation material. Dryer heating elements usually have a shorter lifespan than other dryer components like hosing and insulation. For this reason, dryer heating elements often must be replaced or repaired sooner than other dryer components. Replacement dryer heating elements can be standard or custom made to fit the application; carefully pairing the right dryer heating element with the rest of the dryer components contributes to longer, safer and more effective dryer operation.

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