Providing highly localised and controllable heating with low power consumption is critical for a range of research applications. This applies both to work in the laboratories of research facilities as well as during field work where resources might be limited and large heaters can be impractical, inconsistent and unreliable.
The variety in thermal challenges for researchers is as varied as the analytical and life science fields for which they are used. Mineral insulated heating elements and heating cable are a welcome solution for many research institutes. They are small, flexible, responsive, reliable and use very little power. Furthermore, at Kamet we can develop and deliver MI heating units that are highly customized for a client’s specific research application.
Research institutes run projects for various industries. The microheaters and heating cables offered by Kamet have a number of advantageous characteristics that can be relevant to this work including:
A few examples of research areas where MI heating has been shown to offer significant improvements:
The range of potential for using MI heating solutions in research is vast and the projects being run by research institutions reflect many different industries. However one of the most significant advantages to purchasing MI thermal solutions through Kamet is that our in-house experts are available to work closely with clients in order to choose, design or customize the ideal heating solution for any thermal challenge. Kamet has many years of experience in the heating world and we have a history of innovation and product development.
Kamet has partnered with two leading manufacturers of thermal solutions; Okazaki manufacturing company and ARi Industries.
Okazaki manufacturing company is the world’s largest heating cable manufacturer with a huge production capacity. Additionally, we offer mineral insulated heating cables produced by ARi Industries. ARi Industries is a leading supplier of customized mineral insulated cables and heating solutions, located in the USA.