140871 Chromalox CIR 5/8" Dia. Cartridge Heater

140871
$72.23 / EA
Not In Stock – Backorder Today
  • Refine Search: Heaters
  • Product Type: Cartridge Heaters
  • Manufacturers: Chromalox
  • Product Family: Model CIR
  • Max. Working Temperature: 1000°F
  • Sheath Length: 4-1/2 in.
  • Sheath Material: Incoloy
  • Wattage: 500W
  • Watt Density: 76 (watts/sq. in.)
Chromalox CIR 5/8" Dia. Cartridge Heater, 120V, 500W, 76W/sq.in. watt density, 5/8" diameter, 4-1/2" Incoloy sheath, air set cement (1000°F max) terminal seal, 14" leads, 1000°F max. working temp.
QTY
Special Shipment: Additional shipping cost may apply, final shipping cost will be reflected on your invoice.
Drop-shipped

Contact Our Process Heat Experts

Contact our experts to answer questions or help you with your application needs.

Services

  • Heat loss calculations
  • Thermal loss calculations
  • Process heater and control panel startup
  • Heat system commissioning and startup
  • On-site support

Product Description

CIR 1/4 - 3/4" Dia. Cartridge Heater

  • 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, and 3/4" Dia.
  • 50 - 5,000 Watts
  • 120 and 240 Volt
  • 1-1/4 - 48" Sheath Lengths
  • INCOLOY® Sheath
  • Third-party certifications: UL Recognized, CSA
Features

  • Leads can be bent at right angle near the heater without exposing bare wire, therefore eliminating electrical shorts.
  • Sheath Material — Type CIR cartridge heaters are made with a high-temperature INCOLOY® sheath material.
  • High Temperature Leadwire — Up to 842°F (450°C).
  • Lead Length — Type CIR cartridge heaters are stocked with 14" long leads. Longer lead lengths can be readily spliced on.
Chromalox CIR industrial heaters are available in a variety of commercial heating applications: dies and molds, packing machinery, laminating/adhesives, hot glue melting, lead melting, medical, extruding dies, and stamping and marking machines. Type CIR includes several significant advances in cartridge heater technology. Its high performance characteristics have been proven, not only in the laboratory, but also on customers' equipment on selected problem applications, at 1500°F and higher operating temperatures.

Dimension Drawing