Rubber Flexible Heaters Datasheets

Silicon Rubber Heater
from Acrolab Ltd.

Silflex fiberglass-reinforced silicone rubber heaters are moisture and chemical resistant. Although thin and flexible, they have a rugged construction and can be made to adhere to practically any surface. These heaters can accommodate holes and cutouts, and can come with a PSA back or a thermostat. [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber; Fiberglass Reinforced Silicone Rubber
  • AC Voltage Required: ? to 480
  • Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature: 450 to 500
  • Watt Density: 1 to 15
Radiant Trak Portable Snow Melting Mat
from Heatizon Systems

Snow Melting with Radiant Trak. Heatizon Systems Radiant Trak portable snow melting products offer a quick solution to melt snow on walkways, doorways and stairs. Radiant Trak Mats and Stair Treads are designed to lay over any flat surface requiring snow and ice removal. Mats have non-slip rubber... [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber
  • AC Voltage Required: 120 to 240
C3200 Series Silicone Chemically-etched Flexible Heater -- C3200-6095
from Honeywell Sensing and Internet of Things

The C3200 Series Silicone Chemically-etched Flexible Heaters contain resistive foil traces encased between two layers of fiberglass-supported silicone rubber. The silicone/resistive foil components are bonded together using temperature and pressure. Heater trace patterns are specific to customer... [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber
  • kWatts: 0.01
  • AC Voltage Required: 28
  • Watt Density: 5
Fiberglass Insulated Heaters -- SRFR and SRFG Series
from OMEGA Engineering, Inc.

OMEGALUX ® silicone rubber fiberglass insulated flexible heaters can improve heat transfer and speed warm-ups where controlled heating is required in confined areas. Two circuit designs are available: etched foil or wire wound. Heaters with etched foil designed elements are available where the... [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber
  • AC Voltage Required: 115 to 230
  • Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature: 450
  • kWatts: 0.01 to 1.44
Silicone Rubber Heaters

Silicone rubber heaters from WATTCO ™ are composed of fiberglass reinforced silicone rubbers that are moisture and chemical resistant. Thin and flexible, silicone rubber heater elements are designed to meet the requirements of various low and medium temperature applications that require... [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber
  • AC Voltage Required: 12 to 600
  • Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature: -70 to 450
  • Length: 1 to 120
Motor Heater -- EFH-1
from Benchmark Thermal Corp.

Motor Heaters. Motor Heaters have wire-wound or etched foil heating circuits laminated between thin layers of fiberglass-reinforced, high temperature insulation, silicone rubber. They help prevent moisture build-up in electrical motors by warming the motor's electrical windings, helping to extend... [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber; Si-rubber Sheathing
  • AC Voltage Required: 120 to 240
  • Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature: -70 to 400
  • kWatts: 0.03 to 0.12
Standard Wire-Wound Rubber Heater -- HR6600
from Minco

Silicone rubber blanket heaters with wire-wound heating elements cost less in larger heaters and can reduce capacitive leakage current to meet medical apparatus design standards. Benefits of Silicone Rubber Heaters (wire-wound). Mean time between failure (MTBF) of 100,000 hours+ provides longer... [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber
  • AC Voltage Required: 120
  • Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature: 428
  • kWatts: 0.03 to 0.07
Composite Silicone Rubber Flexible Heaters SHS Series
from Tempco Electric Heater Corporation

Tempco ’s Flexible Heaters are capable of operating with excellent performance under many adverse conditions, including: moisture, outdoor exposure or ambient temperatures, radiation, ozone, compression set, vacuum, fungus, oils, solvents, and many other chemicals. Flexible Silicone Rubber and... [See More]

  • Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Rubber
  • kWatts: 0.04 to 0.96
  • AC Voltage Required: 480 to 600
  • Watt Density: 5 to 60