>> Cartridge heaters are typically used for heating tools i.e. for heating metal objects and are often mounted through a hole provided.
We have a wide range of standard models that can be delivered immediately. Our cartridge heaters can be equipped with different types of cabling and connections.
We can design heating elements that are tailored to your needs and specifications. In addition, cartridges can be equipped with different kinds of accessories such as threads, collars, clamps, etc.
Below are listed the most common types of leads and protection for our cartridge heaters. IHP can also supply special leads based upon specific requirements.Read more »
Standard cartridge heaters stock in mm Supply 230V, glass fiber insulated leads 250mm and H7 tolerance.Read more »
– Data Sheet Cartridge heaters with sensors and built in thermocouples Cartridge heaters can be fitted with thermocouples and sensors of your choice. This will make it easy to monitor and control the process. Any type of sensor could be fitted but PT100, PT1000 and thermocouple type K, J are the most common types used. […]Read more »
Cartridge heaters in high density versions deliver a very high power relative to their size and provide uniform heat distribution across the element’s outer sheath.Read more »
Insertion heaters with medium or low charge are suitable for moderate heating up to 300ºC. Our insertion heaters are made with high quality stainless steel tubes or with other material such as copper, brass or aluminium.Read more »
The self-expandable cartridge heater comprises an electric heating element with high performance is made of high quality materials. It has a shape that allows expansion and retraction of the cartridge.Read more »
– Data Sheet Standard terminations for IHP´s cartridge heaters Below are listed the most common types of terminations and fixings for our cartridge heaters. We can also supply special terminations/fixings based upon specific requirements. Type T1 – Standard termination The cartridge heater is sealed with heat resistant ceramic paste. Type T2 – Ceramic disc […]Read more »