OMEGA Engineering, Inc. Datasheets for Tubular Heaters

Tubular heaters are generally used in custom heating applications. Base (tubular) heating elements can be bent into standard or custom shapes.
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Product Name Notes
Tubular Heater Heart Cross-Section -- URPT Style ADVANTAGES Specially constructed to provide excellent service life in radiant heating applications. FEATURES Type 8 Terminals: Standard with threaded clip to facilitate wiring. Retaining Rings: locate elements in radiant heater...
Tubular Heater Round Cross-Section -- TRSS Style APPLICATIONS Versatile tubular elements can be designed for use in most applications. See guidelines in the Tubular Heater Overview section. ADVANTAGES The metal sheath isolates and protects the resistor wire...
Tubular Heater Round Cross-Section -- TSSM Style APPLICATIONS Compasses and gyroscopes, tubing wrap-arounds, oil igniters and burning off flue gases. ADVANTAGES An Extremely Versatile Element: Used where just a little heat is needed or where a...
Tubular Heater Heart Cross-Section -- TS Style APPLICATIONS High element surface temperature clamp-on or air heating applications or where extreme rigidity is required. ADVANTAGES More uniform surface temperatures and resistance to deformation. FEATURES Type 4 Terminals:...
Tubular Heater Round Cross-Section -- TRSSH and TRSSN Style APPLICATIONS Versatile tubular elements can be designed for use in most applications. See guidelines in the Tubular Heater Overview section. ADVANTAGES The metal sheath isolates and protects the resistor wire...
Round Cross-Section Incoloy Sheath -- TRID and TRIW Style APPLICATIONS Versatile tubular elements can be designed for use in most applications. See guidelines in the Tubular Heater Overview section. ADVANTAGES The metal sheath isolates and protects the resistor wire...
Tubular Heater Round Cross Section -- TRS and TRSCD Style APPLICATIONS Versatile tubular elements can be designed for use in most applications. See guidelines in the Tubular Heater Overview section. ADVANTAGES The metal sheath isolates and protects the resistor wire...
Tubular Heater Round Cross-Section -- TRI Style APPLICATIONS Versatile tubular elements can be designed for use in most applications. ADVANTAGES The metal sheath isolates and protects the resistor wire from the environment. At the same time, it...
Electric Stud Heaters -- CBH CBH Series heaters are constructed of rugged metal sheathed tubular elements homogeneously combined with a metal sleeve that has been accurately dimensioned to provide a proper clearance and ease of...
Food Equipment Heater -- TTUH The TTUH-CO series heater is mounted through a 27/16" dia. (6 cm) opening in bottom of vessel. Heater is inserted with gasket through top of vessel or through hand hole.
1/2(12.7mm) Diameter Heart Cross-Section -- TI • INCOLOY Sheath • 120, 240 and 480 Volt • 30 W/In2 • 1600°F Max. Sheath Temp.
Heart Cross-Section Tubular Heater -- RTU • INCOLOY Sheath • 400 - 2500 Watts • 120, 208, 240, 275 and 480 Volt • 40 W/In2 • 11/2" Cold End (400-650 Watts) • 21/8" Cold End (800...
Tubular Heater Heart Cross-Section -- UTU • INCOLOY Sheath • 800 - 3,600 Watts • 120, 208, 240, 275 and 480 Volt • 40 W/In2 • 2 1/8" Cold Ends • 1600°F(870°C) Max. Sheath Temp for...
Tubular Heater Round Cross-Section -- TRSC Style • Steel Sheath • 1000 to 5000 Watts • 120, 240 and 480 Volt • 20 - 22 W/In2 • 399°C (750°F) Max. Sheath Temp.