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A cylindrical element is clamped around by ring-shaped heating devices called band heaters. Band heaters use the conductive approach to transfer heat. The majority of band heaters clamp around a cylindrical element’s outer diameter and heat it from the outside.
Every time heat is required at the surface of a pipe, tube, or cylindrical vessel, band heaters are frequently used. Many businesses, particularly the plastics industry, find their quick-acting indirect heat ideal for their requirements. Band heaters come in three primary categories: mica, ceramic, and mineral-insulated.
Pipes, nozzles, barrels, and other cylindrical pieces are heated with band heaters. To offer indirect heating, these fast-heat band heaters electrically warm a cylindrical part’s exterior surface. They have insulation made of mica or ceramic, which contributes to their high dielectric strength and efficient heat transfer. Nozzle heaters have 12″ fibreglass lines and 10″ braid.
The Global Band Heaters market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
High-performance heaters include Watlow’s MI band heater. Watlow’s unique mineral insulation, which has a substance with a far better thermal conductivity than mica and hard ceramic insulators used in ordinary heaters, is the source of the performance and name of the band heater.
The element wire is electrically insulated from the inside diameter of the heater sheath using a thin layer of the “high” thermally conductive MI material. The element wire is supported by a thicker, “low” thermally conductive layer that directs heat inward toward the heated component. Lower element wire temperatures and longer band heater life are the results of more effective heat transmission.
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