Heat transfer cement
Heat transfer cement is mainly used at assembly of cast-in heating elements to improve the contact between the element and the surface it should be mounted on. It eliminates the risk for air gap and ensure a sufficient heat transfer and a long lifetime of the heater. The cement could also be used when assembly of other cast-in heating elements and tubular heating elements in grooves. The heat transfer cement mixes with water and a can of 0,8 kg is enough for assembly of 3 pieces of cast-in heating elements.