Metal sheath heaters allow for precise product temperature control through percentage timers. Operating sheath temperatures of 1450°F. or less means that this equipment is a prime source of far infrared heat. Far infrared means less color sensitivity on the product, and the ability to readily see and evaporate moisture.
For most average installations. Units are single incoloy tube in heavy duty extrusions. Replaceable inner reflector. Will mount in any position.
Double element heater for higher watt densities. For applications such as “warm-up” zones in ovens, faster heat input on process equipment. Will mount in any position.
If you need new ovens or your existing ovens are incapable of keeping up with today’s requirements, this is your most economical answer. To increase temperature and production, these units can be installed in the existing warm-up zone, or complete oven sections can be fabricated on a simple angle iron frame. For more efficiency, aluminum sheets can be placed between the extrusion slots to form an inner oven shell and reduce the heat loss. To further increase efficiency, glass insulation and an outer shell can be installed.
HEATING CAPACITY CHARTS
With these convenient charts, you can tell, at a glance, the heating area coverage and temperatures you can expect at various distances from your THERM COIL units. All Degrees in Fahrenheit. (Charts based on 75°F ambient air Temperatures.)