The heat loss from an electrical conductor with flowing electrical current has long been used for electrical trace heating, both in industry as well as in the automotive sector.
Our heat conductor alloys are characterized by tight conductivity tolerances and the temperature coefficient of the specific electrical resistance. Copper-based alloys as well as our nickel-based alloys are very easy to process and corrosion-resistant.
Application temperatures are crucial when choosing the optimal heating conductor alloy. The highest application temperature of these alloys in air is up to +1,200 °C. Our broad portfolio offers an optimal solution for every heat generation application.