Silicone rubber heating sheet, flexible silicone rubber heating sheet is one of the commonly used best-selling heating element products.
Insulation Material: Silicone
Thickness: 1-3MM（Conventional 1.5MM）
Static Power Deviation: +/-5% (According To Customer Requirements)
Withstand Voltage: Withstand Voltage AC 1500V 5MA/min
Insulation: Insulation DC 1000V >100MΩ
Temperature: -40°C - 250°C (Below 200°C For Long-term Use)
Installation Method: Adhesive Paste,Installation Through mechanical Installation Holes
Solder Joint Insulation Treatment: Epoxy, Silicone Pressure
Temperature Control Method: Adjustable Thermostat, Temperature Fuse, Temperature Control Switc
Silicone rubber is a durable and elastic material that can withstand high-temperature heating. It exhibits excellent electrical insulation properties. The heating element is embedded within the silicone rubber to ensure even heat distribution on the surface. It aims to provide consistent and uniform heat distribution on its surface, making it an ideal choice for various industrial and commercial applications.
· Dielectric strength: 1000 VAC
Uniform heating: Silicone rubber heaters provide uniform heat distribution, ensuring consistent temperature across the entire surface. This feature is crucial for applications that require precise and uniform heating, such as food processing or medical devices.
Fast heating time: The design of the heating element facilitates rapid heat transfer, allowing it to quickly reach the desired temperature. This property is beneficial for applications where time is a critical factor.Customizable power and voltage: The heating element can be customized to meet specific power and voltage requirements, ensuring compatibility with various power sources and integration into different systems.
Durability: The silicone rubber material used in the heating element exhibits excellent durability, wear resistance, and lifespan, even in harsh environments. It is also resistant to moisture, chemicals, and UV radiation, thereby enhancing its performance and lifespan.