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Right angle cartridge heater with hose
    Right angle cartridge heater with hose

Product Description:

 

 
 - Specification:  
Material:   Incoloy800,Incoloy840,SUS202,SUS304,SUS316L,SUS321,SUS310S
 Length making range:   25mm - 2m
 Diameter making range:   3mm - 25mm
 Heating wire:   Cr20Ni80
 Lead wire:   High-temperature wire
 Pressure:    > 1.5k/5s
 Insulation:   > 50mΩ
 Linner error:   ≤ 10mm
 Diameter error:   ≤ 0.05mm
 Length error:   ≤ 2mm
 Insulation meterial:   High-temperature Oxidation Magnesium powder were used
 

- Terminal lead options: 






Cartridge Heater|Cartridge Heaters

 

Cartridge Heater

Great Source Cartridge heateris a piece of equipment, made of MgO powder, MgO tube,ceramic cap,resistance wire(NiCr2080),High temperature leads,seamless stainless steel sheath(304,321,316,800,840). usually in tube form, that is used in heating applications by way of insertion into metal blocks via a series of drilled holes. The types of applications that are suitable for cartridge heater use includes injection moulding moulds, nozzles, T dies and extrusion dies. Cartridge heaters are manufactured in two basic forms - high density and low density. High density cartridge heaters are used to heat plastic injection moulds, dies, platens and so forth, whereas low density cartridge heaters are more suitable for packing machinery, heat sealing, labelling machines and hot stamping applications. 


Great Source 
Cartridge heater Features & Benefits:

1.Resistor core assembly is accurately and consistently spaced close to the outer sheath for efficient heat transfer.
2.Initial heater diameter is reduced, thus increasing the density of the assembly, resulting in a heating source which exhibits exceptional dielectric strength and heat transfer characteristics.
3.End disc is always welded in place, preventing contaminants from entering the heater.


Applications:
- Medical: Dialysis, Sterilization, Blood Analyzer, Nebulizer, Blood/Fluid Warmer, Temperature Therapy 
- Telecommunications: Deicing, Enclosure Heater 
- Transportation: Oil/Block Heater, Aircraft Coffee Pot Heaters, 
- Food Service: Steamers, Dish Washers, 
- Industrial: Packaging Equipment, Hole Punches, Hot Stamp. 


Great Source 
Cartridge heater Technical Specification:
1.Wattage Tolerance: +5%, -10%
2.Resistance tolerance: +10%, -5%
3.Voltages available: 380V,240V, 220V,110V,36V,24V or 12V
4.Max operating temp: 870ºC(1600F)
5.Length tolerance: ± 2% or 3.2mm (1/8”), whichever is greater.
6.Camber tolerance: 1.7mm per meter (0.020” per foot).
7.Diameter tolerance: Diameter at each end may vary +0.05mm -0.1mm (+.002" -.004")
8.Standard Unheated Area: 5-10mm;
9.Delivery time: 7-14 working days.However, many sizes are kept in stock. Please contact the factory for assistance.
10.Internal thermocouple: type J or K;
11.Thermocouple Location: Disc End, Sheath, Center of Heater;
12.Insulation resistance (cold): ≥ 500 MΩ;
13.Maximum leakage current (cold): ≤ 0.5 mA; 
 
 
 

LEAD WIRE OPTIONS

Swaged in Leads

 High temperature MGT (450°C) wire is internally connected and swaged in place. This construction is recommended for applications in which the leads must be bent at the exit point from the heater and where mild flexing may be found. For applications with continuous or more severe movement, we would recommend metal braid or armor cable.

 
Crimped-On Leads

A high temperature double crimp connects the MGT (300°C) leads to solid nickel pins. This construction is recommended for applications with elevated temperatures. Due to the rigid nickel pins, this construction is not recommended in applications where movement or flexing is encountered, or if sharp bends are required adjacent to the heater exit.

 

Stainless Steel Braid

High temperature MGT (450°C) wire is internally connected and swaged in place along with stainless steel braid. This construction offers protection against abrasion and sharp edges. This is a very strong construction which offers full length flexibility. This construction is recommended in applications with flexing and where the leads must pass through metal openings or routed along metal components.

Stainless Steel Armoured Cable (Hose)

High temperature MGT (450°C) wire is internally connected and swaged in place along with stainless steel hose. This construction is recommended for applications in which the leads are subjected to abrasion or run the risk of being pinched. This is the strongest lead protection available and works well in moving or flexing applications.

 

Right Angle Stainless Steel Braid

Stainless steel braid over high temperature MGT (450°C) wire exiting at right angle to the sheath. This construction is recommended in applications with flexing and where the leads must pass through metal openings or routed along metal components. This construction is desirable when space is limited and it is not feasible to bend standard leads.

 

Right Stainless Steel Armoured Cable (Hose)

Stainless steel hose over high temperature MGT (450°C) wire exiting at right angle to the sheath. This is the strongest lead protection for use in applications where severe abrasion is present. These leads offer good flexibility and are good for moving or flexing applications.

 

Crimped-On Leads With Bent Cartridge

The heater sheath itself is bent to 90°. The bend is through a required cold section. The leads are internally connected. The standard sheath extension past the bend is 1". Specify when ordering if a longer sheath is required.

 

Right Angle Fibreglass Leads

High temperature MGT (450°C) leads exiting at right angle to the sheath. This construction offers a compact design where space is limited. This construction is not recommended where abrasion or flexing is present.

 

Teflon lead wire with internal thermocouples(Type K or J)

Internal thermocouples are built into the heater assembly to monitor the internal or sheath temperatures. These are useful as high limit devices or in applications where space is at a premium. The power and sensor leads exit the sheath together and can be ordered with a variety of lead protections. Not all thermocouple configurations are available on smaller diameter heaters. 
Type J and K calibrations are standard for the shown constructions. 


Swaged in leads with internal thermocouples(Type K or J)

Internal thermocouples are built into the heater assembly to monitor the internal or sheath temperatures. These are useful as high limit devices or in applications where space is at a premium. The power and sensor leads exit the sheath together and can be ordered with a variety of lead protections. Not all thermocouple configurations are available on smaller diameter heaters. 
Type J and K calibrations are standard for the shown constructions.

 

 

FITTINGS & FLANGES 


Active Threaded Fittings

1).Threaded fittings attached to sheath to allow for installation into threaded holes. 
2).Thread Materials: Brass, Steel and Stainless Steel;

 


Inactive Threaded Fittings(Alias:"Cartridge Immersion Heater")

1).Threaded fittings attached to sheath to allow for installation into threaded holes. 
2).Thread Materials: Brass, Steel and Stainless Steel;

 


Finned Air Cartridge Heater

High temperature MGT (450°C) leads exiting at right angle to the sheath. This construction offers a compact design where space is limited. This construction is not recommended where abrasion or flexing is present.

 


Mounting Flanges(Round or Hex)

Mounting flanges are recommended for applications where vibration or movement may cause the heater to be disloged from its hole. Stainless steel flanges are available in a variety of sizes and configurations. The standard flange is round and is supplied with two mounting holes.

 


 

Right Angle Fibreglass Leads

 

 
 
High temperature MGT (450°C) leads exiting at right angle to the sheath. This construction offers a compact design where space is limited. This construction is not recommended where abrasion or flexing is present.