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Electric Heating Elements for Electric Boilers

Among the extensive range of electric heating elements found in the Electricfor catalogue, we find those relating to electric boilers which, among many other qualities, have the following characteristics:

  • The built-in element, composed of 8mm nickel plated copper shielded tubular elements, is insulated with electro fused magnesium oxide.
  • They are supplied with stainless steel...

Armoured Tubular Elements Manufacturing Program

With almost 100 years of experience in the field of electric heating elements, Electricfor has the necessary knowledge to perfectly distinguish which elements and heating systems work entirely and those that do not.

Since communication between the manufacturer and the customer is fundamental for the company, it has a complete team of Sales Technicians who, together with the Technical...

The Anti-Condensation Electric Heating Elements: A Solution for Everyday Use

One of Electricfor's values as a company specialised in the design and manufacture of electric heating elements is based on commitment, which it is also extendable to everyday tasks and its latest advances in technology.

That is why Electricfor shows in its catalogue the so-called anti-condensation heating elements with its STOP VAPOR range. As its name suggests,...

Electric Heating Elements for Infrared Emitters

Electricfor, with 100 years of experience in the electric heating elements sector, designs and manufactures IRCM and IRCC medium and shortwave IRC emitters depending on the type of tungsten filament used in each case.

These infrared emitters are particularly suitable for short-term systems as both the cooling and the heating process take place in a short time.

The choice of medium or...

Electricfor's Participation in a Project in the Mine of Toquepala (Peru)

Recently, Electricfor, a specialist in the design and manufacture of electric heating elements, has participated in a project carried out in Peru - specifically at the Toquepala mine.

The project, led by NICSA PERU, COSAPI and the company owning the mine, Southern Peru Cooper Corporation, had as primary objective the introduction of a lubrication system for traction equipment, in...