Product Announcement from Thermal Circuits, Inc.
Silicone Rubber is the most versatile rubber based dielectric used to produce flexible surface heaters. Both etched foil and wire wound element designs are offered. The application determines the choice. Fiberglass reinforced Silicone Rubber Heaters are thin and flexible, durable and have a long shelf life.
Etched foil designs afford more heater size, shape opportunities and enhance the longevity potential. Supplemental heat distributing and thermal shielding sheet materials (aluminum and silicone sponge respectively) are available. Heat curing, pressure sensitive, and mechanical mounting methods are available
Silicone Rubber Heaters
- UL & CSA Recognized
- 220 Degrees Celsius (428º F) Maximum
- Moisture and Chemical Resistant
- Formable and Flexible
- Vulcanizable (Bondable) to Metalwork
EPDM Rubber Heaters
- 175 Degrees Celsius (347º F) Maximum
- Moisture, Solvent and Chemical Resistant
- Excellent Abrasive Resistance
- Outstanding Cold Weathering
Flexible Heaters - Custom Materials
- High-Temperature Mica Heaters
- Mylar® Film Heaters
- Infrared Panel Emitters
- Vinyl Heaters
- NeoNylon® Heaters
- Teflon® Heaters
- EPDM Rubber Heaters
- Ceramic Heaters
- Polyester Heaters
- Nomex® Heaters
- Fiberglass Cloth Heaters
Kapton® and Other Polyimide Heaters
Silicone and Other Rubber Heaters
Industry Market Applications
- Personal Care and Kitchen Appliances
- Cars, Automobiles, Trucks and SUVs
- Avionics, Aerospace and Military
- Electronics Industry
- Food Services and Restaurants
- Medical Devices and Sciences
- Reprographics and Office Equipment
- Semiconductors and Wafer Processing
About Thermal Circuits:
Thermal Circuits Inc. is a manufacturer of surface heaters, air heaters, molded heaters, heater assemblies, and infrared panel emitters. We service a wide variety of markets and geographic areas and, through continuous quality improvement, strive to maintain world-class leadership in all aspects of our business.
Firsts" from Thermal Circuits continued during the 1970's and 1980's. We designed, prototyped and produced heaters and assemblies for the first etched foil-heated cafeteria food service stations, infant incubators, hospital warming cabinets, automobile side-view mirrors, kitchen electrics(mini-skillets, deep-fat fryers), and personal care appliances(mist hair setters, styling wands).
This growth prompted the construction in 1996 of a single-storied, 52,000 square foot building which is Thermal Circuits' new home. Still in Salem, the company is owned by its corporate partners and is the anchor company in a newly-developed industrial park. The new facility is state-of-the-art and second to none.