Alumina Ceramic Heater for Ignitor for Fireplace/INNOVACERA
Alumina Ceramic Heaters are produced by implementing unique metallization and ceramic lamination processes. Due to the advanced manufacturing techniques utilized in the electric element, Alumina Heaters can provide higher reliability than ever before. Currently, applications include use as innovative types of heaters in the automotive, medical and semiconductor industries.
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Compact, Lightweight and Energy Efficient Ceramic heaters feature high watt density and excellent thermal efficiency. Multiple heating elements can be layered into a single unit.
Superior Thermal Properties Ceramic heaters reach high temperatures rapidly, and are available with custom-designed heat distribution patterns. The material’s strong insulation properties permit direct contact with a variety of materials, including water, kerosene and metals.
High Reliability Superior dielectric strength, electrical insulation and chemical resistance give Innovacera’s ceramic heaters outstanding reliability. Our oxidation-resistant material ensures a long service life.
No Electric Noise Ceramic heaters produce no electric noise.
HTCC(High Temperature Co-Ceramics)
Customized solutions based on a variety of manufacturing processes
Efficient solutions due to high degree of design support from the beginning of the product development cycle
Availability of a variety of mechanical, thermal (ANSYS, ABACUS), optical (ZEMAX) and electrical (HFSS, ADS) simulation tools
Worldwide customer support from local manufacturing facilities with technical competence centers
Characteristics of HTCC:
Excellent mechanical stability
Easy integration into metal housings due to matched thermal coefficient of expansion
High thermal conductivity
Use of non-noble metal pastes
Additional plating reveals solderable and wirebondable surfaces