Argus Heating

Metal Sheath Elements

Applications:

  • Radiant Heating
  • Convection Heating
  • Water Heating
  • Steam Generation
  • Immersion Heating
  • Process Heating
  • Ovens
  • Platens
  • Seal Bars
  • Defrost Elements
  • Load Resistors
  • Heat Transfer Oil Heating
 

Argus Heating design, manufacture and distribute Metal Sheath Elements to your specific requirements. We hold a range of sizes, materials and terminals in stock, allowing Argus Heating to design an element to suit almost any application with a relatively short lead time.

Features

  • Custom design and bend formations available to suit your application, to replicate an existing design or repair a faulty element.
  • Heat wire spiral and cold length designed to match application.
  • Sheath can be protected from atmospheric corrosion, and mechanical abuse.
  • Silicone Resin or Epoxy Resin Seal options available for moisture proofing the elements.
  • Various termination options available:- Stud, plain pin, quick connect, lead-wire, bulkhead fitting, locator washer etc.
  • Available with or without a custom mounting bracket.

Construction

  • Sheath can be manufactured in Copper, Stainless Steel, Incoloy®, or Titanium.
  • The sheath surrounds a helical coil of nickel-chrome resistance wire, centred and tightly compacted by an electrical insulator and heat transfer medium of magnesium oxide.
  • Argus Heating typically use Incoloy® for 6.7mm diameter; titanium for 8mm diameter; and Incoloy® 800 or Incoloy® 840 for 11mm diameter.
 
Product Water Oil: Light Oil: Heavy Glycol Caustic Solution
Watts/cm2 Up to 12 4 2 5.5 4

 

To make a sales enquiry regarding a metal sheath element 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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