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www.wattco.com/product_category/open-coil-elements

Open coil heater elements are an indirect industrial heating solution to decrease watt density requirements or the heat fluxes on the surface area of the pipe ...

www.tutco.com/open-coil-heaters/?locale=en

As the world's largest manufacturer of open coil heating elements, Tutco has gained a reputation for producing products that are second to none. We design and ...

www.chromalox.com/en/resources-and-support/design-tools/designguidelines/open-coil-vs-metal-sheath-comparison-guidelines

Open coil elements consist of an exposed resistance wire (typically Ni-Chrome) crimped onto terminals and strung between ceramic insulators. A variety of ...

farnam-custom.com/open-coil-heaters

Open coil heaters are air heaters that expose the maximum heating element surface area directly to an airflow. The choice of alloy, dimensions, and wire gauge ...

resistancewire.com/products/coils-heating-elements

Open Coil; Porcupine; Ribbon; Strip; Serpentine; Rod; Plug; Rack. Customize Your Heating Element. From ...

www.deltat.com/open_coil_elements.html

Open coil heating elements are coiled resistance wire (usually Ni-Chrome or Kanthal, but also others) fixed onto a supporting element. Selection of correct wire ...

www.coil-heaters-square.com/Open-Coil-Heating-Elements-Duct-Heaters-Ovens.html

Open coil heating elements are coiled resistance wire fixed onto a supporting steel or aluminum frame with ceramic insulators. The selection of the correct wire  ...

www.heat-inc.com/och-series-open-coil-heaters

Our open coil heaters are flexible, low watt density elements that are designed for use in closed pipe wells for easy removal without draining of process fluid.

www.titanindustrialheating.com/wire-wound-open-coil-elements.html

Titan Industrial Heating Systems manufactures and repairs wire wound (aka resistance or open coil) heating elements.

indeeco.com/news/2014/11/10/open-coil-vs-finned-tubular-elements-making-selection

Nov 10, 2014 ... Open coil heaters have a low thermal inertia which results in a quick response to step control. Unless the controls compensate, this can cause ...