Silicone heaters constructed with a resistance wire element are flexible and versatile. Wire wound heaters are constructed using an internal resistance wire that is embedded in a silicone glass fibre material. These wire wound heating elements are ideal for customers who do not need to buy in large quantities, as they have a lower tooling cost.
Wire wound heaters are suitable for applications where the heaters will be moved or adjusted frequently, as opposed to being fixed or static, due to their high mechanical strength and durability. This type of heater can be used to suit a wide variety of applications, such as pipe curing, industrial tanks, chemical storage drums and machine beds.
Our Wire Wound heaters can be designed with bespoke shapes, dimensions and fixing methods and customisable to suit heaters with a broad range of voltages and wattages. In addition, sensors, limiters, and thermal fuses can be integrated to allow control and operation in a wide range of temperatures. Contact us to discuss the needs and specifications of your custom wire wound heaters.Wire Wound Technical Data Sheet Silicone Heating Panel Fitting Instructions