The vast majority of traditional ceramic heaters use nichrome (NiCr) wire heating elements which are encapsulated in materials such as magnesium oxide (MgO), silicone rubber, or mica that are all electrically insulating but conduct heat poorly. The ΔT (difference in temperature) between the...
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