Heat Dissipation Structure Ceramic Substrates

Alumina Heaters

Widely used for automotive and various industrial applications.

AL heaters were developed based on ceramic lamination technologies, which are mainly used for highly reliable IC ceramic packages. Thus, these are widely used as a new type of heater in a variety of markets such as automotive, kerosene & gas equipment, and water heating.

Property

Excellent Mechanical Properties High-Temperature Durability Rapid Heat Up High Efficiency Heat Exchange Small Size/High Output

Product specs

Material
Alumina
Shape
Plate Type, Rod Type,Tube Type
Maximum operation temperature
1000℃
Regular operation temperature
800℃
Thermal conductivity (20℃)
18W/(m·K)
Specific heat (20℃)
0.78×103 J/(kg·K)
Coef. of linear thermal expansion (40~800℃)
7.8×10-6 /℃
Vickers hardness (Load 500g)
12.3 GPa
3-point flexural strength
340 MPa
Structure
Internal heating elements are protected from oxidation in air due to a sintered one-piece ceramic body construction.
Dimension list
Configuration

Features

Compact / Light-Weight / Energy-Conserving

· High watt density, good thermal efficiency
· Laying of multiple heating elements per unit is available

Superior Thermal Properties

· Rapid heat increase
· Custom designed temperature distribution available
· High levels of insulation allow direct contact with water, kerosene and metal

High Reliability

· Superior dielectric strength and electrical insulation
· Longer life due to oxidation-proof design on resistivity material
· Superior chemical resistance

Applications

  • Automotive Components
  • Kerosene & Gas Appliances
  • Industrial Heaters
  • Water-Heating

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