SILICONE RUBBER INSULATED WIRE WOUND HEATERS

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SILICONE RUBBER INSULATED WIRE WOUND HEATERS
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Custom design
Wire wound technology
Precise even heating
Flexible and lightweight
Moisture and chemical resistant
Wide temperature range from -60 °C to
230 °C
CE, UL and VDE approval available
Low smoke and low toxicity options
available
Full design and manufacturing service
Advantages
IHP silicone heaters are suitable for applications where precise heating is required.
Being thin and lightweight, silicone heater mats have a low thermal mass and hence
have rapid heat up characteristics with fast response to temperature control.
Silicone’s wide temperature range tolerance of –60 °C to +230 °C and superb
electrical properties give it a distinct advantage over other forms of heating.
Applications
We supply silicone heaters for a multitude of applications including industrial
catering, battery warming, environmental control or electronics particularly telecommunications, composite repair of aircraft, laboratory equipment, satellite dish
snow melting, anti-condensation and GRP pipe curing systems. The uses for silicone
heater mats are infinite as they can suit any application requiring surface heating up
to +230 °C. Their suitability for arduous conditions has been proven in applications
from polar expedition to space exploration.
Installation and Fixing
Our self-adhesive option is a quick and simple fixing
method which provides superb bonding results to
many surfaces including low energy materials. Where
removal of the heater is necessary alternative fixings
are available such as hooks and straps as well as
Velcro and magnetic backed options. Most mechanical
fixing methods can be accommodated.
IHP International Heating Products AB
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Industrivägen 2, SE-433 61 Sävedalen, Sweden
Phone: +46 (0)31 795 30 30 - Fax: +46 (0)31 795 30 39
Website: www.ihp.se - E-mail: [email protected] - Org. No. 556689-7327 - VAT No. SE556689732701
Bank: SEB Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB - F-Tax licensed
Wire Wound
Using evenly spaced resistance wires laminated
between sheets of silicone, wire wound mats are ideal
for prototyping or problem solving applications. Manufactured to customer specifications they can be made
in a limitless range of shapes and sizes. High flexibility
can be obtained using tough, robust materials which
are finding ever increasing applications in industries.
Physical Characteristics
Weather & ageing
Very good
resistance
Ozone resistance
Very good
Gas permeability
Adequate
Steam resistance
Good up to 130 °C or 2.5 bar
Fungus & bacteria
resistance
Very good
Combustibility
Thermal conductivity
Various flame retarding materials available
Acetone, Alcohol, Formic Acid, Brake fluid,
Chlorodiphenyl, Acetic acid, Greases, Polar solvents,
Hydrochloric acid 10%, Sulphuric acid 10%, Waxes,
Plasticisers
Watt / Meter / K 0.22
Specific heat
Joule / Kg / K 1623
Construction
Two ply woven glass textile reinforced silicone rubber
Temperature silicone
rubber
Temperature silicone
rubber self-adhesive
-60 °C to +200 °C maximum continuous
230 °C short term
Good resistance to
Dimensions silicone
rubber
Dimensions silicone
rubber self-adhesive
-20 °C to +180 °C maximum continuous
230 °C short term
Width 920 mm maximum
Length 3000 mm maximum
Nominal Thickness 0.7-3.0 mm
Width 920 mm maximum
Length 3000 mm maximum
Nominal Thickness 0.8 -3.0 mm
IHP International Heating Products AB
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Industrivägen 2, SE-433 61 Sävedalen, Sweden
Phone: +46 (0)31 795 30 30 - Fax: +46 (0)31 795 30 39
Website: www.ihp.se - E-mail: [email protected] - Org. No. 556689-7327 - VAT No. SE556689732701
Bank: SEB Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB - F-Tax licensed
Thermal Control
An extensive range of thermal control devices can be
incorporated onto the heaters; these include thermocouples, platinum sensors and limit switches. Pockets and
housings can also be applied enabling the client to install
their own control devices such as PT100’s and capillary
thermostats.
Analogue Control
The electronic analogue thermostat is a boxed unit that
connects to the supply cable of the heater mat. The heater
mat is supplied with a PT100 sensor and a 4 pole plug
which connects to a corresponding socket in the thermostat
completing the connections of the sensor and electrical
supply. We can adapt the standard unit to allow a sensor to
be inserted into the process being heated.
Supply
Power (max.)
Connection (cable)
Temperature range (adjust.)
230 Volts
3000 Watts
2m
0-200 °C
Digital Control
The electronic digital thermostat is a fully programmable unit
housed in an enclosure along with a residual current device.
Complete with a stainless steel mounting bracket,
connection to the heater is via a 4 pole plug and socket
arrangement. The thermostat input is a PTC1000 sensor
embedded on the heater mat.
Supply (Standard 230 V)
Power (max.)
Temperature range (adjust.)
230 / 110 Volts
2000 Watts
0-150 °C
Capillary
The capillary thermostat is supplied as a separate item to be built in to the final
assembly along with the heater mat. The sensing bulb can be placed in the process
or in a sensor pocket on the heater mat surface. With single pole switching, the body
of the thermostat can be mounted up to 1 meter away from the sensor location.
Supply (suitable)
Switching capacity
230 Volts
15 Amp
IHP International Heating Products AB
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Industrivägen 2, SE-433 61 Sävedalen, Sweden
Phone: +46 (0)31 795 30 30 - Fax: +46 (0)31 795 30 39
Website: www.ihp.se - E-mail: [email protected] - Org. No. 556689-7327 - VAT No. SE556689732701
Bank: SEB Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB - F-Tax licensed
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