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- AC110V-240V, 500W-10000W
- High quality Low cost
- CE,CCC,ISO9000 certificated
- Hot seller model yearly

Item No.: KS028


1. Voltage range: AC110V-240V

2. Power range: 500W-10000W

3. Length: according to client's request

4. Tube Diameter: Ø 6.5 mm, Ø 7.5 mm Ø 8.5 mm,Ø 14 mm,Ø 16 mm,Ø 18 mm,Ø 21 mm
3. Material: Copper,Stainless steel SS304,SS310,SS316,SS321,Inconel & Incolloy sheath

4. Sealing: Epoxy PTV

5. Surface:Polishing,Nickel--Plating

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We have strong engineer team, can supply enough technology support.

And our best moulding ability let us can produce all special heaters OEM for you.

If you have special shape and specification,we can open new mould for you

based on your appointed drawing.

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1) Used voltage(V), and frequency(Hz)

2) Demand request power(Watt)

3) Heating tube material( Copper, or Stainless steel,or Iron?)

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Those blow dryers you sit under, and also those little dryers used to dry your nails when you get them done.
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nothing would happen if you dropped pure water in electrical equipment and the electrical equipment is also pure without any dirt which is soluble in water. however, in real life, this is not possible. firstly, water which you get from your tap contains all sorts of impurities that dissociate into their ions when in aqueous form. hence, there is presence of free ions that can act as charge carriers to conduct electricity in tap water. if you are able to get pure water, without any impurities, it would be almost impossible to ensure that your electrical equipment is clean without any dirt and impurities on it which are soluble in water. Hence, these residue can dissolve and dissociate in water to form free ions that conduct electricity.
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