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Silicon Carbide Heating Elements

The MHI Silicon carbide heating element is a time trusted heating element only surpassed in temperature by MHI Molybdenum DiSilicide heating elements. MHI SiC is characterized by high use temperature, superior oxidation resistance, low corrosion, long service life, low creep, and easy installation features i.e. full accessories. Typical material properties (nominal) are specific gravity: 3.0 - 3.1g/cm3, specific heat: 0.7 * 0.1.4KJ/Kg, emissivity: ~0.80, tensile strength: ~15 * 106 N/m2 and the expansion coefficient is 4.8 * 10-6.

MHI elements are available in eight different basic configurations that extend heater life especially in corrosive environments. For more information, please complete and submit the applicable form below or contact us at (513) 772-0404 or email us.

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*Note: All MHI Silicon Carbide Elements are conditioned with the MHI patented and patent applied NoAgeTM treatment, which provides greater stability during use. Why choose MHI Silicon Carbide? Better Coverage.

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Compare NoAge™ and Traditional

MHI Silicone Carbide NoAge Info Chart

The NoAge treatment reduces oxidation-gain and stabilizes power with ageing time in the NoAge Patented SiC Heating Elements. (These are MHI results not independently verified. Results expected to vary for different users and different elements).

No Age™ SiC

  • Uniform sealing
  • Few pores
  • No channels

Traditional SiC

  • Surface does not look sealed
  • Large number of large pores
  • Channels/cracks are also noted

The heating elements may need a series parallel connection depending on the supply voltage. It is recommended that any series connected elements be selected within a resistance range of ± 5%.

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