Tubular Heaters - Straight & Formed Tubular Heaters

By: Bucan  09-12-2011
Keywords: Stainless Steel, Electrical Heating, Heating Elements

Tubul ar heater s are highly adaptable to most applications where electrical heating is required. They can be used in their straight form or bent into various shapes. Tubular heaters can be used in free air, clamped to a surface, placed inside a groove or cast into metal. These versatile heating elements are available in steel, copper, stainless steel or Incoloy outside sheath and can be utilized in application temperatures of up to 1400º F.

Tubular Heater Specifications Table
Tubular Diameter (inches) Maximum Voltage Maximum Amps Minimum Ohms per heated length (inches) Maximum Ohms per heated length (inches) Minimum Sheath length (inches) Maximum sheath length (inches)
0.260 240 15 0.1 17 11 240
0.315 300 30 0.06 20 11 240
0.375 600 30 0.05 20 11 240
0.430 600 40 0.05 20 11 240
0.475 600 40 0.05 20 11 240

Overall length (inches) 11-20 21-40 41-70 71-100 101-140 141-170 171-200 201+
Tolerance in sheath length (+/- in) 0.1 0.125 0.16 0.19 0.22 0.25 0.375 0.5
Tolerance in heated length (+/- in) 0.25 0.5 0.9 1.130 1.4 1.65 2 2.38
Min. unheated length (inches) 1 1.25 1.5 1.625 1.75 2.25 2.25 2.5

Keywords: Electrical Heating, Heating Elements, Stainless Steel, Tubular Heaters

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