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Manufacturer   Germany   Europe
BACH RC is a family business which responds expeditiously and flexibly to market demands. Our customers are manufacturers of semiconductor processing systems, machine building industries,...
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Temperature Controllers, Platinum Temperature Sensors, Ceramic Components, Radiant Heaters, Industrial Hot Plates, Ceramic heaters
Manufacturer   Germany   Asia Europe
Since the company was founded in 1946, David + Baader has been involved in electrical heating systems and now ranks among the world's leading manufacturers...
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Chamber Furnaces, Temper ovens, High Temperature Furnaces, Air Furnaces, Paint drying furnaces, Switch Cabinet Heaters
Manufacturer   Germany   Europe
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Power Inverters, Load Resistors, Power Resistors, Voltage Dividers, Starting Resistors, Testing Resistors, Resistors
Manufacturer   Germany   Worldwide
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Air Heaters, Tubular Heaters, Screw in heating elements, Electric Tankless Water Heaters
Manufacturer   Germany   Worldwide
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Temperature Probes, Temperature Controllers, Hot Runner Nozzles, Hot Runner Systems, Heating Elements
Manufacturer   Germany   Europe
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Pressure Controllers, Infrared Sensors, Temperature Meters, Temperature Probes, Temperature Transmitters, Temperature Controllers
Manufacturer   Germany   Worldwide
As a service provider for electric heat generation, we are a recognised and reliable partner for your technical applications. Our product-responsible engineers will offer you...
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Heat Exchangers, Infrared Radiant Heaters, High performance ceramics, Stainless Steel Radiators, Air heating systems
Manufacturer   Germany   Worldwide
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Thick Film Heaters, Positive Temperature Coefficient Heating Elements, Tubular Heaters, Heating Elements
Manufacturer   Germany   Worldwide
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Heat mats, Air Heaters, Tank heaters, Heating flanges, Screw in heating elements, Electric Tankless Water Heaters
Manufacturer   Germany   Worldwide
Products: Cartridge Heaters, Heating tapes, Heating Coils, Heating Elements
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Cartridge heater manufacturer

Manufacturers of cartridge heaters develop a wide variety of heating devices based on the principle of electric heat and supply the market with them. Important and frequently used electric heaters are

  • tubular heating elements
  • Screw-in heating elements
  • Thermocouples
  • Temperature sensor
  • High-performance heating cartridges
  • Heating elements

Tubular heating elements

A metal pipe made of aluminium, copper, manganese or stainless steel with an internal diameter of approx. 3 - 16 mm contains a corrugated or coiled heating resistor inside, which is heated with electric current. For safety reasons, the heating resistor must not come into contact with the pipe wall, so it is kept away from the metal pipe by ceramic intermediate elements.

Since the ends of the tubular heating elements are often connected to a device, for example a washing machine, via sealing elements, these ends must not be heated either. Therefore, the heating wire is led outwards a little from the end of the tubular heater and welded to a connecting electrode. Tubular heating elements heat gaseous and liquid substances.

Screw-in heating elements

With this type of heating element, several heating loops are arranged in parallel with a certain distance between them. The individual heating loops are always kept at the same distance with spacers. This minimizes flow losses caused by flowing media that pass through the heating loops. Such a screw-in heating element is attached to the device, for example a car wash, by means of a standardized screw-in thread (1", 11/4", 11/2", 2", 21/2").


Thermocouples are used in the field of temperature measurement technology. They consist of two different metals, which are connected to each other at a certain distance by soldering joints. One connection point serves as measuring point, the other as reference point. At different temperatures, the Seebeck effect causes a thermoelectric voltage at the two connection points, which causes a small current in the thermocouple.

Temperature sensor

Temperatures of machines and plants, but also temperatures during processing operations, for example in the food industry, often have to be constantly monitored. Temperature sensors on an electronic basis record the exact ambient temperatures and are thus important control and regulation elements with which manufacturing processes can be controlled in a targeted manner.

Cartridge heaters

In injection moulding technology, heatable tools are often used. These mould heatings require the use of heating cartridges with high specific heat outputs per unit area on the cartridge surfaces. High-performance heating cartridges have the following properties:

  • High specific surface heating power up to 50 W/cm2 at the shell surface
  • Working temperatures of max. 750 °C at the jacket surface
  • Mechanically highly resilient

Heating elements

Electric heating elements are suitable in heating systems both as emergency heating and as additional heating. They are therefore often used to heat water in heating systems. However, the range of application can be extended considerably, as they can also be used to heat other liquid media.

Heating elements can provide beneficial services to improve hygiene. From time to time, they can easily be used to heat tap water to a temperature of 70 to 75 °C. In this way the formation of legionella can be effectively prevented.

Common applications of heating elements are hot water boilers, washing machines and dishwashers. Models with thermostats, on which the desired temperatures can be set, are particularly suitable for operation in hot water boilers.

Generating heat with electric current

If there is a potential difference in a closed circuit, a current flows through the conductor. The electric current is caused by charge separation, by the movement of free valence electrons of the atoms or molecules of the conductor. The atoms or molecules of matter carry out uncontrolled oscillating movements in space already at room temperature due to Brown's molecular movement. These small oscillatory movements are now additionally disturbed and intensified by the movement of the free valence electrons. The inevitably arising friction causes heat, the conductor heats up.

Conclusion heating cartridges

Heating cartridges can be used for numerous applications in which water or other liquid media must be heated. Due to the numerous design variants of cartridge heaters, almost all applications can be covered economically. On the one hand a good efficiency is achieved and on the other hand the health aspect is also taken into account.