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High Efficient Heating for New Energy Vehicles



       In order to enhance environment protection and prevent global warming, the main stream for future market will be new energy ve.

Transportation energy consumption is one of the main sources of local environmental pollution and global greenhouse gas emissions

China's crude oil industry's external dependence is increasing year by year and it reached 67.4% in 2017. Developing new energy is of great strategic significance to our country.

 Shenzhen Jinke special materials Co., Ltd have begun to product a PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) semiconductor heater for the occupant’s compartment of an electric vehicle (EV). PTC heating element for EV is a customized product mainly applied to heating cabin air and seat.

Main Features:

  •   Adapt automatic control temperature PTC element, temperature control element and temperature measure element.

  •   Multiple insulation protection, Insulation strength can reach 3000VAC and safety use.

  •   Working in ultralow temperature -40℃ and start quickly in low temperature.

  •   Voltage and appearance can be customized.

 Whereas cars with combustion engines can use waste heat for heating the passenger compartment, electric vehicles require electrical heating. PTC heating elements, which are connected in arrays and installed in heat exchangers, represent an ideal solution as they are self-regulating. The flow of current increases not only the temperature of these ceramic elements, but also their resistance, thereby limiting the current and establishing a stable equilibrium. Depending on customer requirements, the Jinke PTC heating elements can be manufactured in a variety of geometries and with different electrical and thermal properties.

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