Argus Heating

Cartridge Heaters

Applications:

  • Compressor Crankcases
  • Dies
  • Platens
  • Food Processing Equipment
  • Glue Pots
  • Labelling Machines
  • Heat Sealing Bars
  • Plastic Moulds
  • Packaging Equipment
  • Medical Equipment
  • Shoe Machinery
  • Hot Melt Adhesive
 

Argus Heating design and manufacture a range of low watt density Cartridge Heaters and distribute the HOTWATT and TEMPCO range of high watt density Cartridge Heaters throughout Australasia. These are competitively priced high-quality brands and available ex-stock.

Features

  • Cartridge Heaters rely on close metal to metal fitting to efficiently transfer the heat, reducing the cartridge temperature and maximising the life of the Cartridge Heater.
  • Standard sheath material Series 300 Stainless Steel. Incoloy® 800 available on request.
  • Fitted as standard with Teflon or Fibreglass insulated lead wires.
  • Range of custom fittings available, such as, a variety of different post-terminals, lead terminations, armour fitting, braided leads, threaded fitting, terminal enclosures, etc.
  • HOTWATT & TEMPCO cartridges offer a wide watt density range of 3.1 to 46.5W/cm².
  • Argus Heating cartridges have a maximum watt density of 6W/cm2

Construction

  • The element spiral is encapsulated in magnesium oxide sand, close to the surface of the tube.
  • The cartridge is swaged to increase the efficiency of the insulating sand.
  • We recommend that holes for fitting are drilled and reamed to the nominal diameter plus 0.03mm (0.001") maximum, minus 0.00mm minimum.
 

To make a sales enquiry regarding a cartridge heater please download and complete as much information as possible on the pdf enquiry form and return it to us at enquiry@argusheating.co.nz. We will respond to your enquiry promptly.

Alternatively, please phone us to discuss your requirements.

Download sales enquiry form (pdf)


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A sample of Cartridge Heaters available Hi-Density Cartridge Heater


 
 
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