Infrared elements in ceramic HFEH-K Half flat element hollow with hermocouple
The standard range of ceramic infrared elements in stock are used in a wide range of industrial and engineering applications such as thermoforming, packaging, paint curing, printing, drying, gluing, sterilisation, roasting etc. They are also very effectively in infrared outdoor heaters and saunas. Most plastics and many other materials absorb infrared best in wavelength 2-10 µm, which makes the ceramic heater the most popular radiant emitter on the market. The hollow design has the advantage of having a shorter heat up time combined with increased energy efficiency. There is a significant reduction in rear heat loss and increased radiant output from the front of the element.
Max working temperature
Max permissible 750ºC
Ceramic hollow body in white glace colour with an embedded high temperature resistance wire and a built-in thermocouple type K
120 mm ceramic beaded power leads