6/5/2017

Flexible Tubular Heaters Can Be Bent by Hand

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Türk + Hillinger offers its Flex flexible tubular heaters in 6.5-, 8- and 8.5-mm diameters, and 6.0- and 8.0-mm cross sections.

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Türk + Hillinger offers its Flex flexible tubular heaters in 6.5-, 8- and 8.5-mm diameters, and 6.0- and 8.0-mm cross sections. The three-dimensional tubular heaters are said to provide excellent thermal properties and can be freely bent by hand into virtually any required form without the need for special tools. 

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