A powerful, compact solution for heating moving liquids and gases.
Wafer manufacturing process. Heated platens for universities, general purpose R&D (~700C)
Air, Band, Cable, Cartridge, Circulation, Flexible, Immersion, and more.
BCE provides years of expertise, design and manufacturing epoxy feedthroughs, standard and custom electric heating elements, ceramic metallization, thick film elements, and laser drilling services.
BCE has the engineering, design and manufacturing capability to provide process heating system solutions. Clean gas and in-line air process heaters, circulation heaters, mass spectrometry and gas chromatograph heaters, thick film ceramic heaters, and semiconductor processing heaters. BCE can integrate and communicate with temperature control systems and panels to drive heaters. Other components and instruments such as valves, pumps, blowers, piping, temperature sensors, temperature transmitters and expansion tanks can be provided upon request with a BCE engineer.
Engineered and manufactured to UL standards by highly skilled technicians, our hermetically sealed assemblies and vacuum feedthroughs serve in military, aerospace, space simulation, Universities and semiconductor applications.
All of our custom hermetic sealed assemblies are designed and manufactured to the highest quality and compliance standards (NASA ASTM E595). All are 100% electrically and vacuum leak tested before leaving our facility. And we can design and ship products that comply with ITAR, DDTC, DFARS, Conflict Minerals, ROHS and UL requirements.
Flanged thermocouples designed for vacuum operation. Customer specified flanges and sizes.
BCE Thermocouple and RTD's are offered in a wide variety of calibrations, mounting configurations, materials and sizes. BCE RTD and Thermocouple Sensor assemblies are designed for repeatability, accuracy, and stability over the life cycle of the instrumentation. Our sensor assemblies can be specially designed for challenging applications using our applied knowledge of thermodynamics, metallurgy, vacuum, and electrical properties of materials.