Available in several diameters, lengths and sheath materials, these heaters can be formed into virtually any shape and can be brazed or welded to any metal surface. Choose specific application finned heaters or heaters for runnerless molds.

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Animal Incubators for Prenatal Care


Epoxy Curing

Food Service Equipment


Fusing Laminated Sheets Together

Hopper and Silo Heaters - Plastic, Food Agriculture

Kettles and Tanks

Ovens - Process, Curing, Food

Paint and Enamel Baking Equipment

Plastic Sheet Bending Equipment

Spas and Hot Tubs

Steam Tables

Sterilizers and Autoclaves

Stretch Wrapping Equipment

Textile and Chemical Dryers

Welding Preheat Equipment Warming


Food Production Processes

Food Warming

Heat Treating

Moisture Removal

Non-Contact Heating

Paint Drying

Plastics Heating



Finned Tubular elements are normally used in forced or free convective air applications at low to medium temperatures. Typical applications are for heating indoor clean air from ambient conditions up to 250/275°F for steel finned units & to 550°F for stainless fins. Steel finned heaters can be operated up to 750°F on sheath and stainless steel finned heaters used up to 1200°F (1000°F UL limit) sheath temperatures.


Our Tubular Heaters are the most versatile and widely used source of electric heat for industrial, commercial and scientific applications. They can be designed in a wide range of electrical ratings, diameters, lengths, terminations, and sheath materials. Important and useful characteristics of tubular heaters are that they can be formed into virtually any shape, brazed or welded to any metal surface, and cast into metals.


Hot Runner Manifold Heaters are made to order using .260", .315" or .375" diameter Incoloy® tubular heating elements. Commonly specified terminations include threaded stud or wire leads.

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