Flexible Heater Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Danvers, MA 978-777-0070

    Our cartridge heaters are designed for long lasting durability. These systems use nichrome wire heating coils with pure magnesium filler and other premium resources. There are a number of reasons that contribute to why cartridge heaters fail and our engineers will work with you to determine the perfect size, wattage and voltage to prevent future heater failures. We are excited to work with your business! Give us a call today!

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  • Columbus, IN 812-372-0281

    For more than 70 years, Ulanet™ has been engineering and manufacturing electric heaters, cartridge heaters, immersion heaters, tubular heaters, miniature strip heaters and bolt hole heaters, as well as industrial heaters and appliance thermostats and thermal time-delay relays.

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  • Grass Valley, CA 800-748-6189

    Benchmark Thermal designs and manufuactures electric heaters for a broad range of industries, such as petrochemical, medical devices, semiconductor, and food service. Our product listing includes tubular heating elements, silicone rubber heating elements, flexible heating elements, and insulated heaters. Our heating elements can fit your exact specifications.

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  • Ipswich, MA 978-356-9844

    Since 1921, Dalton Electric Heating has been offering electric heaters, industrial heaters, immersion heaters and cartridge heaters. Our Watt-Flex Cartridge Heaters and Diff-Therm Heaters are found worldwide in the automotive, plastics and aerospace industries. Give us a call!

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  • Yelm, WA 866-446-0500

    BioSmart Technologies, headquartered in Yelm, Washington, has set the standard with its patented air purification and far infrared heating technologies. Our complete line of BioSmart™ and CZ Infrared™ quartz and ceramic far infrared heaters are highly efficient and environmentally friendly. We create commercial and residential products of impeccable quality.

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Flexible Heaters

Flexible heaters are great for a wide range of applications, as they are able to fit into tight spaces and provide heat to areas or products that other traditional methods may not be able to reach.

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Applications of Flexible Heaters

Flexible heaters are commonly used for air heating in baking ovens, surface heating, cabinet warming, and a number of different other industrial applications.

Flexible Heater Design and Customization

A majority of flexible heaters tend to be made from plastics or metals. Of course, this depends on the requirements of the application and the temperature range the heaters will be exposed to during the process. Other materials that are commonly used to manufacture flexible heaters include rubber molding, rope, certain adhesives, and polyimide films.

Factors to Consider When Purchasing Flexible Heaters

There are several factors you will need to consider to find the right kind of flexible heater that will fit your needs.

These factors include:

  • The wattage and voltage of the flexible heater.
  • The overall size need for the flexible heater to fit within your limitations.
  • How long the heater lead needs to be.
  • The temperature range of the application.
  • Whether or not the flexible heater needs to be wrapped around a surface.
  • The desired time of your process to the current insulation that you are utilizing.

Knowing these types of details about the requirements for your application allows for you to make a more educated decision when it comes to picking a flexible heater manufacturer. You are going to want to work with a manufacturer who will listen to your needs and specifications to provide you with the best possible product for your unique situation.

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