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Wire Wound Silicone Rubber Heaters

A fine nickel-chromium alloy wire is spiraled onto a center core of fiberglass, producing a strong, flexible heating element. Electronically-controlled precision winding equipment ensures consistency. Circuits are then hand-wound on permanent tooling, providing repeatability of resistance and pattern. Parallel circuits are utilized where possible, permitting continued operation should a single circuit be damaged.

Wire wound advantages over etched foil element:

- Faster turnaround time on prototype designs

- Lower engineering cost

- More economical pricing at lower quantities

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