Standard Cartridge Heaters
They have the same capabilities as round tubular cartridge heaters and can be exchanged and compacted. They can be attached to milled grooves on a tool surface to provide cost effective heating. The unique configuration allows easy removal for cleaning and maintenance.
To help control the process, cartridge heaters are inserted into the mold. During clotting, the cartridge heater keeps the heat constant to avoid weaknesses and irregularities in the formed part. Choose the boiler with the lowest power that maintains the desired operating temperature of the part that heats up and still offers a short start time. By choosing a heater with a higher power than necessary, the controller is the heater on and off to maintain the desired temperature and higher operating temperature during the ignition time. As little movement as possible should be allowed near where the tracks come from the stove.
BX wiring can be used for extra protection, although it reduces cable flexibility. Thermal Corporation’s cartridge heaters provide high-density watt construction, including solid nickel electrical conductors that come out through a lava plug. The flexible, braided, high temperature lead cable fuses at the end of fixed conductors and durable fiberglass are used as insulation. If you need your leads to be flexible as soon as they leave the device, specify the cables that are exchanged while ordering. The maximum internal temperature of our colorless rock oak heater is 1700oF.
The nearby uniform space (less than 1/16 ″) Between the resistance cable and the cartridge heating jacket results in more efficient heat transfer, colder elements and a longer service life. By turning the heating after mounting, the insulation material is compacted, removing the heat conductivity of the element and keeping the cable in an exact position. The operating temperature of a cartridge heater depends on the application. Factors that influence the operating temperature are water density, hole adjustment and thermal conductivity of the heating material. When using cartridge heaters at high temperatures, a special electrical terminal is required.
Our high density cartridge heaters can have up to 200 w / in2 watts of density. OMEGALUX ™ C series heavy-duty cartridge heaters are particularly suitable for use in applications with hobs, molds, dies, plates and container heating. An important requirement for all production processes are equipment and processes that can withstand heavy production conditions. Pattern heating manufacturers are aware of the many applications and conditions that their products have to withstand and produce heating elements to meet the conditions. These small heating devices are resistant and resistant and resistant to high impact and high pressure. Regardless of the conditions, cartridge heaters are the best type of heat transfer method.
Due to the placement of the resistance cable, the heating has more than one power zone. OMEGALUX ™ CIR series high density cartridge heaters are particularly suitable for use in mold, die, hot food and sealing operations. Our stainless steel cover is perfect for oxidation resistance in a wide variety of environments. The magnesium oxide interior Mica Band Heaters provides maximum dielectric strength and thermal conductivity and is highly compacted for maximum heat transfer. High temperature lead cables (840 ° F) with wear and contamination resistant shielded cable protection come directly from a cartridge heater. To install the armored cable, an additional 1/4 “cold section is assigned at the front.
Variations in cartridge heaters include maximum temperature, watt density, type of applications, heated length, total heating length, pipe diameter and type of heating element. Variations in cartridge heaters include maximum temperature, watt density, type of applications, heated length, total length, pipe diameter and type of heating element. These factors determine the type of cartridge heating and how it will be used.
The attack problem led to the development of distributed heaters for sheath cartridges that expand into the hole to make contact with the heating material. With multi-zone cartridge heaters, each part of the heater has its own wound coil and two-wire power cables for each zone. In some configurations, the zones have one common cable for one of the cables, allowing the individual sections to be operated. An advantage of the multi-zone system is the possibility to switch off an area when it is not needed, which reduces the required energy.