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- UL rated with a maximum continuous operating temperature of 200°C (392°F)
- Thermally stable to 232°C (450°F) continuous operation
- Intermittent temperatures up to 316°C (600°F)
- Remains flexible at -57°C (-70°F)
- High Dielectric Strength 400 to 600 volts per mil of thickness
- Flammability Rating:
- Horizontal burn rated (UL 94 HB)
- Environmentally Stable Resistant to:
- Many chemicals, including those common in the environment
Hi-Heat Industries custom designs etched foil Kapton® or polyimide heaters in various sizes, shapes, and wattages.
Kapton heaters have a thin, lightweight design (0.005″ thick), which allows close thermal contact for maximum heating efficiency and permits close adaptation to the contours of the part.
These low thermal mass heaters have fast warm-ups. Polyimides properties and the moisture resistant construction make these heating elements the preferable product in high humidity areas, wash down zones and in applications requiring repeated sterilizations.
Kapton® is a registered trademark of DuPont™.
Industrial heating tapes provide efficient, economical custom heating solutions to heat small diameter tubing, pipes, hoses, laboratory reactors, pumps and other system devices. The extreme flexibility and high-quality construction of our full line of industrial tapes allow each product to work in a diverse range of situations and different applications.
There are often a unique set of circumstances and requirements for temperature regulation, and our industrial heating tapes offer versatility and adaptability to work in a broad range of environments and conditions. We understand the need for precision in an industrial setting, and we know how a fluctuating temperature can disrupt a laboratory or manufacturing center. We offer a wide range of industrial heating tapes, with varying sizes, watts-per-square-inch, voltage capacities and insulating materials.See Products
Heating jackets use a heating element to maintain the correct temperature. This configuration can use a multi-stranded tape-type heating element or a self-regulating cable-type element to achieve the desired temperatures to ensure that gases or fluids stay at the proper temperature. Insulator jackets, unlike heating jackets, do not use a heating element to control the temperature. Instead, the insulation itself works to maintain the temperature of whatever object or fluid the jacket surrounds.See Details
Douglas Davis, or Doug as he likes to be called, is the founder and CEO of Davis Heaters. In the industry for over 35 years now, he knows all there is to know about heaters and controllers. “I’m passionate about solving process heat problems, often by exploring alternate untried methods,” he says. His passion leads him to look for the best and most economical solution for clients. ... Read more