Refrigeration, air conditionning system

Flexible heating elements are used for many applications in the refrigeration industry, which is a major area of innovation and development for FLEXELEC products. These heating elements are always essential for the equipment to function properly, whether they are fitted in cold rooms, refrigerated vehicles or in supermarkets.
  1. Prevent Seals from Sticking for Refrigeration equipment with Heating Cable

    Prevent seals from sticking for refrigeration equipment with heating cable

    Prevent seals from sticking due to freezing in equipment running at below-zero temperatures and enable doors to open and close by fitting a heating elements in the frames. Learn More
  2. Prevent Ice from forming of the Drain Pan with Heating Element

    Prevent ice from forming of the drain pan with heating cable.

    Heating element on the heat pumps. Prevent ice from forming and assist evaporation by including a heating cable in the bottom of the tank or along drain pipes. The heat pumps are very popular to produce heating using less energy. During the defrosting time of the system the water will go down to the drain pan. If the temperature is below 0 deg C the water will become ice and should damage the installation. Learn More
  3. Protect fluids against ice on refrigerated systems with heating Elements

    Protect fluids against ice on refrigerated systems with heating cables.

    Protect fluids circulating in exchangers, pumps, collectors, tanks and piping from freezing, to guard against malfunctioning and flow interference. Learn More
  4. Separate the Coolant from oil with a Crankcase

    Separate the coolant from oil in a compressor with a crankcase heater.

    Separate the coolant from the lubricating oil by fitting a heating collar around the compressor: this will protect against the absorption phenomenon caused by the low temperatures. Learn More
  5. Prevent Ice from forming on the Floor with a Heating Cable

    Prevent ice from forming on the floor with a heating cable.

    Prevent ice from forming on the surface of the floor by laying the heating cable in the top concrete slab above the insulation, at the entrances and exits of freezing tunnels, unloading docks, etc. Learn More
  6. Maintain the Temperature of Concrete Sub-bases with Heating Element

    Maintain the temperature of concrete sub-bases with heating cables.

    Maintain the temperature of concrete sub-bases by making a thermal barrier under the insulation. This prevents condensation which, as it expands due to freezing, could damage the floor of the building. Learn More
  7. Allow Water from Defrost cycles to flow with Heating Cables

    Allow water from defrost cycles to flow of the evaporators with heating cables.

    Allow water from defrost cycles to flow: an aluminium heating fabric is laid inside the collector tray. When the outlet pipe is located inside the cold room, a special heating cable named drain line heater is laid inside it. Learn More
  8. Heat seals of Doors in Coldroom with Heater Cable

    Heat seals of doors in coldroom with heater cables

    Heat seals to allow doors to open and close by including a heater cable in a groove made in the frame opposite the seal. This stops the door from sticking due to freezing. Learn More
  9. Allow Water from Defrost Cycles to flow using Heating elements

    Allow water from defrost cycles to flow using heating cables.

    Allow water from defrost cycles to flow freely or help it to evaporate by internal or external tracing of piping, collector spouts or trays. Learn More
  10. Prevent Mist, Ice or Frost Forming with Heating Element

    Prevent mist, ice or frost forming with heating cable

    Prevent mist or frost forming when opening glass doors by fitting a heating cable in the frames. Learn More

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