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Choice of flexible heaters

made in germany 150x92We offer different solutions using the following flexible heater supports and insulation materials: mica, polymide, silicone and polyester. These flexible heater supports differ from their features and they are suitable for different fields of application. Depending on the design, the different combinations of incorporated materials determine the final product characteristics.The following table shows the specific features:

  Mica Polymid Silicone Polyester
Features of the base material - vacuum
suitable
- inelastic
- mechanical
fixing
- vacuum
suitable
- chemical-
resistant
- not vacuum
suitable
- chemical-
resistant
- also for
commercial
applications
- transparent
- vibration proof
- abrasion proof
- low priced
Field of application - production
of semi- conductors
- chem.
industry
- machine-/
plant construction
- medical
technology
- aerospace industry
- industrial
technic
- laboratory technic
- construction of apparatus
- heating for
housing
- hot cabinet
- LCD-display heating
- tempering of pocessors to keep them transparent
(laboratory applications)
Operating Temperature -150 to +400°C -200 to +200°C -50 to +200°C -50 to +100°C
Minimum Thickness of the heater approx. 2,0mm approx. 0,1mm approx. 0,8mm approx. 0,25mm
Puncture strength 1000/2000 VRMS 1000 VRMS 1000 VRMS 500 VRMS
Max. Heating output 5 W/cm² 4 W/cm² 4 W/cm² 1 W/cm²
Traces - Inconel 600
- Stainless Steel 18SR
- Inconel 600
- Stainless Steel 18SR
- Inconel 600
- Stainless Steel 18SR
- Inconel 600
- Stainless Steel 18SR
- Aluminium
- Copper
Min. bend radius - 8mm 10mm 10mm
Connection Types - Braising on alloy Ni/Cr
- Microwelding on alloy Ni/Cr
- Braising on alloy Ni/Cr
- Microwelding on alloy Ni/Cr
- Braising on alloy Ni/Cr
- Microwelding on alloy Ni/Cr
- Braising on alloy Ni/Cr
- Microwelding on alloy Ni/Cr
- Tinning on copper
- Crimping on aluminium
Temperature Controllers
  • Klixon (bimetallic thermostat) directly coupled to the heater by vulcanization
  • Thermostat with bulbe put on a pocket on the surface of the heater
  • Electronic Sensors as NTC, PTC, PT100 or thermocouples type J or K