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Industrial Process Air & Radiant Heaters
 
Chromalox Industrial Finned Heaters

Finstrip® elements are superior to open coil elements since the heating coil is completely encased in a metal sheath, minimizing a shock hazard due to accidental contact with the heater. The rigid metal sheath minimizes hot spots and electrical shorting, likely with open coil elements. Application temperatures to 565°F are typical using finned strip units. Fintube® elements have a finned tubular design that provides the same benefits as the finned strip heater and additional features, allowing for special bending configurations to provide higher concentrations of installed kW for a given area.

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Chromalox Industrial Duct Heaters

Chromalox designs process air duct heaters specifically for the power generation industry. For instance, our designs optimize the heating of air fed into combustion and prevent condensation. Durable INCOLOY* sheath elements provide for outlet temperatures of up to 1,200°F/650ºC.

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Chromalox Industrial Process Radiant Heaters

The metal-sheath type heater is easily installed and may be operated in any position. The units may be mounted to form banks, tunnels or oven sections. They are available in various lengths to accomodate work of varying dimensions. Movable mounting clamps and bolts are supplied to accomodate many mounting configurations. Heaters may also be furnished single-ended wired with 18" leads as standard.

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Chromalox Industrial Forced Air Heaters

Adding a fan to a heater creates artificial air movement. This air movement allows for a more compact heater than the convection heater since rapidly moving air removes the heat from the heater surface more quickly. The forced air heater forces air over very long distances and is usually the choice for heating larger areas.

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Chromalox Industrial Radiant Heaters - Quartz

Quartz heaters can be used with many different appilcations, including textiles and non-woven fabrics, plastics, paper and paperboard, and metals. Higher operating temperatures than metal sheath elements permit faster work speeds in some applications. Very fast heat-up/cool-down make quartz lamp heaters suitable for applications requiring immediate operating temperature and/or quickly reduced heat in event of work stoppage.

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Chromalox Industrial Radiant Heaters - Wide Area

Wide area radiant heaters can be mounted to radiate in any direction and can reliably operate, with no reduction in radiant output over the life of the heater. The lightweight building block approach allows for a modular installation which is easily expandable. One-piece bonded construction resists damage from vibration and shock. These heaters also have a lower operating cost with up to 80% of the input energy transmitted to and absorbed by the work material.

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Chromalox Industrial Ceramic Heaters

Ceramic Heaters are used for a number of different applications, including thermoforming, water evaporation, enameling, and powder coat curing. Ceramic sleeves in the element mounting tower offer further protection against lead wires shorting against the reflectors. Temperature sensitive labels visually indicate heater operation. Higher temperature capability is possible with 6" long heavy duty, flexible lead wires.

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