Cartridge Heater Infos

Cartridge Heater

General Information

Owing to their specific design, cartridge heaters provide an extremely high surface load and thus can fit in the tightest spaces while delivering maximum output. They are particularly suited for the plastics processing industry, tool and die manufacture as well as for heating furnaces and presses. Other possible uses must be clarified with the manufacturer.


Operating Conditions and Safety Instructions

Cartridge heaters may be produced either with or without built-in Fe-CuNi thermocouple as in accordance with DIN 43710. If requested, a NiCr-Ni thermocouple can also be produced. We can also supply them for a wide variety of connection types and insulating protective tubes.

It is necessary to make sure that the relevant fire safety instructions are observed and the appropriate safety precautions have been taken during installation. Both the heater and the material to be heated may not be subjected to any critical conditions (such as fire, explosion, formation of smoke and gas, etc.). It is also necessary to ensure that sufficient protection is provided against contact, dust and moisture.

Nonconforming installation and incorrect selection of control equipment may result in defects and accidents. Any other conditions of use or diverting from the intended use must be clarified with the manufacturer who must give his express approval. Otherwise the warranty is void and no liability will be assumed.

dpstar is the leading supplier and manufacturer in Malaysia. We are one of the largest distributor throughout South East Asia. For more inquiry and info about us, don’t hesitate to visit our website.

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