Mineral-insulated heating cables can be used if generally high demands are made on the heating element. They are suitable for heating of pipes, containers, tanks, armatures and more. Mineral-insulated heating cables can also be integrated into the ground or into wall constructions made of concrete or similar materials.
They are suitable for anti-freeze as well as for the preservation or generation of process heat between 400 °C and 600 °C. If Inconel 2.4816 is used as mantle material, even higher temperatures are possible.
The main characteristics are:high mechanical strength
- high mechanical strength
- waterproof, vacuum-sealed
- high heating power rates of several hundred Watt per meter heating wire
- operating temperatures up to 600 °C and higher
- small bending radius that allows a good processing with basic tools
- good corrosion resistance
With tension bands, the heating cables can be directly mounted at the parts to be heated or you can Heating cables series HSMV can be operated in very corrosive areas due to the stainless steel mantle (1.4541). The heating wire inside is bedded in magnesium oxide to guarantee insulation towards the outer mantle. A great variety of resistance values allow the set-up of a wide range of heating cable lengths and operating voltages.
A soldered or welded sleeve connects the heating cable to the cold end, also covered with a metal mantle. This homogenous heating construction leads to the connection box or into the switching cabinet. For the lead-through into the box, the heating cables are equipped with suitable metal cable glands M 20 × 1.5.
The heating cables can be mounted either directly with tension bands on the parts to be heated, or on metal cuts or perforated plates, where the heating cables are layed in meandering shape.
Following a selection of configured heating cables with standardized lengths and power rates. Other lengths and power rates on request.
|comparable with IP 67
|nominal temperature: 600 °C
|M 20 x 1.5 (at end of connection cable)