cartridge heater

cartridge heater

cartridge fuse: a section of the enclosed fuse is shown in the lower figure
An electric heating coil, enclosed in a metal case shaped like a cartridge.
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They added a two-inch, cylinder-shaped cartridge heater that would approximate the heat that a submarine would create.
Contract awarded for refractory charged cartridge heater cylindrical sh
A cartridge heater is inserted at the end of the copper block providing heat input to the system.
Durex Industries' 1/8" Cartridge Heater was developed for OEMs that require a small but high-power thermal solution.
8220;There is strong demand for our coil heater and cartridge heater products in China,” said Ken Sunden, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
A resistance type cartridge heater is used as the heating element in the HGL series along with an extruded aluminum heater sink.
Reducing the diameter of a cartridge heater for immunoassay test equipment had many challenges for the engineers at Watlow Electric Manufacturing Co.
Watlow, a leading designer and manufacturer of heaters, controllers and temperature sensors, has added a miniature version cartridge heater to its existing line of FIREROD[R] cartridge heaters.
MISUMI's other standard and configurable Cartridge Heater designs include: L, W and F types; high temperature types; flanged and knurled flange types; compact heaters with built-in sensor (K-Type Thermocouple), and more.
The test conductors used cartridge heater to "simulate a single battery experiencing overheating.
In 1991, it manufactured its first cartridge heater and in 1998 the production of coil heaters was started.
Introduced and patented in 1954 as the first swaged cartridge heater, the Firerod from Watlow Electric Mfg.