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Space heaters, toasters, dishwashers, electric ovens, and many other appliances involve the use of heating coils of various shapes, sizes and heat generation capacities. Read More…

Heating Coils Heating coils are tools that are used to generate heat; they are used in industrial, commercial and consumer appliances and equipment for an extensive variety of applications. Heating coils function by converting electricity to heat. Heating coils are among the most widely used heating element varieties. They are used to generate heat in buildings, equipment and in many other applications.
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Danvers, MA  |  978-777-0070

Hotwatt manufactures a complete line of heating elements for a wide range of uses. We offer a broad product line from electric to cartridge and countless other systems as well. For those difficult applications, custom products are also available.

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Backer Hotwatt, Inc. $$$

Columbus, IN  |  812-372-0281

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, and numerous other heating elements.

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Ulanet™ $$$

Toronto, ON  |  800-265-9699

ASB has more than 25 years of experience in the manufacturing of heating elements and replacement electric heating elements for furnaces used in the thermal processing industries. These elements include silicone carbide, ceramic and edge wound ribbon, plus more.

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ASB Heating Elements, Ltd. $$$

Havertown, PA  |  800-437-4328

At Power Modules, we offer a variety of process heating products, including heating elements, controllers, heat sensors, radiant arrays, high-temperature wire and other accessories. Our heating elements include tubular heating elements, cartridge heating elements and flexible heating elements.

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Power Modules Inc. $$$

Lewistown, MT  |  406-538-7411

Hi-Heat designs heating elements that are either wire-wound or etched foil. Our products are Silicone Rubber, Polyester Film, Kapton® Polyimide, High Temperature, Mica, Ceramic and Enclosures Heaters. We manufacture drop-in subassemblies with sensors, thermostats, fuses, cords and plugs.

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Hi-Heat Industries, Inc. $$$
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Consumer and industrial ovens can be equipped with ceramic-coated heat coils, which affect heat generation and protect the coil from dripping grease or other hazards. Industrial dryers, clothing dryers, hair dryers and many other kinds of moisture removal and heat generation equipment are equipped with heating coils. Some furnace configurations employ a combination of heat coils and air blowers to heat air and then transmit it through ducts.

Heating coils are also very important to a large number of industrial equipment and processes. Metallurgical analyzers, plastic injection molding machines, holding tanks, paper processing equipment, oil reclamation equipment, blow molding machines, extruders, packaging equipment, bag sealing machines, hot stamping equipment, and labeling machines all can make use of heating coils.

Coil heating elements are available in many shapes and sizes. They can be bent to a custom size or shape, or they can be purchased in ready-made shapes; they can be round, coiled and spiral wound. Different shapes are appropriate in different situations. Spiral wound elements are useful in confined spaces. Star wound coils are placed in ducts and pipes in order to cause fluid turbulence.

Because of the wide variety of contexts in which coil heating elements are employed, a wide variety of coil configurations is necessary. Holding tanks, extruders, blow molding machines, bag sealing and hot metal forming punches all use coil heaters, and each requires its own special coil configuration.

Operating on AC voltages, coil heaters provide a uniform heat pattern over a wide area at temperatures of up to 1200°F. They can be annealed and made of brass, aluminum, copper, iron nickel or steel with ceramic, fiberglass or mica insulation. Depending on the metal, some coil heaters are corrosion resistant and may be immersed in heated substances or used in cryogenic applications.

Correctly pairing coil heating elements with their applications is essential to the safety and effectiveness of those applications.

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