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Tubular Heating Element Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial tubular heating element manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source tubular heating element manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These tubular heating element companies can design, engineer and manufacture tubular heating elements to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these tubular heating element manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of 3 pass tubular elements, finned tubular heating elements, steel tubular heating elements.

  • Danvers, MA 978-777-0070

    At Backer Hotwatt, their expert staff is dedicated to the design and manufacturing of resistance heating elements, such as tubular heating elements, for a variety of OEM, industrial, medical, commercial and military applications. In addition to these products, they are able to supply a compatible accessory item, which enables the company to offer a complete heater system. Call today!

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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

    Manufacturer of quartz infrared electric heating elements & coils. Specializing in prototypes & custom designs with rapid delivery. Supplying 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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Tubular Heating Elements

Tubular heating elements are heat generation tools characterized by their tubular shape. Most varieties are designed for use in either radiant heating or contact surface heating. A very common type of heating element, tubular heating elements can be bent in standard or custom shapes to fit a particular application; this flexibility accounts for much of tubular heaters’ popularity.

Tubular heaters are very versatile heating elements; they can be used to conduct heat directly or through the air, and they can even be used as immersion heaters. Because of their versatility, tubular heaters can be found in use throughout industry, commerce and in consumer products contexts. Tubular heaters are also sometimes referred to as coil heaters, though not all coil heaters are tubular. Tubular heating coils can be found in consumer, commercial and industrial ovens and dryers, in dish washers, in space heaters and in a wide variety of other equipment and appliances. They are sometimes coated with ceramic insulation to improve heat generation capacity and to protect the heating element from hazards. Tubular heating elements are usually constructed of an inner conductive material and protective sheathing. Some of these materials include nickel, steel, aluminum, copper, brass and other electrically and thermally conductive metals.

In order to ensure the optimization and safety of a tubular heater’s performance, careful considerations as to its composition and pairing with other components must be made. For example, tubular heaters that are used to provide heat near combustible materials are often designed to be explosion resistant. This ensures that in the event of an accidental ignition during heating, the heating element will not exacerbate the problem. They can also be equipped with other safety features and controls, such as independent timing controls, overheat protection, internal temperature detectors and other safeguards. Tubular heaters that are used in ovens are often insulated with a ceramic material like silicon carbide in order to augment heat generation capacity and to prevent unwanted contact with hazards like dripping oils or grease; this reduces the likelihood of accidental ignition. Other common insulation materials include fluropolymers, other metals like iron and nickel alloys, polyimides and even synthetic rubber. Because tubular heaters are so versatile, and because of the wide range of customization options available to their users, tubular heating elements can be applied in a greater range of contexts than can most other heating element varieties.


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