The main common problems of silicone rubber heating plate:
In our daily work, we will encounter many common problems of silicone rubber heating plate. The following silicone rubber heating plate editor summarizes some of the issues to help users who do not know about silicon heating plates.
1. Does the silicone rubber heating plate leak electricity? Can it be waterproof?
The materials used in the silicone electric heating plate all have good insulation performance and are all made of high temperature and high pressure. The electric heating wire is designed to creepage distance with the edge meets national standards. It has passed the test of high voltage and insulation resistance, so there will be no leakage. The materials used have good wear resistance and corrosion resistance. Special material is also used to handle the power wire, so there will be no water can get in.
2. Does the silicone electric heating plate need more electricity fee?
The silicone electric heating plate is flat, with a high heat conversion rate and uniform heating, so it can reach the required temperature in the shortest time, while the traditional heating element is basically point-like heating, so the silicone rubber electric heating plate will not cost too much electricity.
3. What is the installation method of silicone electric heating plate?
There are two main installation methods, the first is adhesion, double-sided adhesive tape is attached to the heating plate. The second is mechanical with mounting holes in the heating plate
4. What is the thickness of the silicone rubber heating plate?
Common standard thicknesses are 1.5mm and 1.8mm. Other basic customizations according to customer requirements
5.What is the maximum temperature that a silicone electric plate can withstand?
Depending on the insulating substrate used, the silicone rubber heating plate can only withstand temperatures of 250 degrees and can operate continuously at 200 degrees
6. What is the power deviation of the silicone rubber heating plate?
Normally, it's plus or minus 5% and minus 10%, but most are plus or minus 8%, and special requirements can be as high as 5%.