Cartridge heaters are an extraordinarily versatile and durable product that is used to heat a myriad different processes from heavy industrial – plastics and packaging applications to critical care medical devices and analytical test instruments to being used on aircrafts, rail cars and trucks. Cartridge heaters are capable of operating at temperatures of up to 1400F and achieving watt densities of up to 260 watts per square inch. Available from stock or custom manufactured to your individual application need, they are available in many different imperial and metric diameters and lengths with many different style terminations, wattage and voltage ratings.
Cartridge heaters are an excellent choice to use as a conductive source for heating solid metal plates, blocks and dies or as a convective heat source for use in a variety of liquids and gases. Cartridge heaters can be used in a vacuum atmosphere with proper design guidelines.
We carry an elite category of HIGH DENSITY cartridge heaters. No other swagged cartridge heater is compacted to the extent of the ones we carry producing excellent heat transfer capability and the dielectric and physical strength necessary for long life and outstanding performance.
The cartridge heaters listed are just a small sample of what we have to offer. Most manufactures are going to fast ship rather than stock sizes so if you do not see the cartridge heater you need you can customize one or give us a call. Most cartridge heaters can be manufactured and shipped within 1 to 10 working days. There are many different lead configurations as well, some of which are listed on the item page but again there are so many that if what you want is not listed call us. If your need is immediate give us a call, we usually can supply cartridge heaters the same or next day.
If you are looking for a lower priced LOW DENSITY cartridge heaters we have them as well. These heaters will give you good life up to about 1000F, if you are much above that we recommend the HIGH DENSITY cartridge heaters. You can use the filters to the right to filter down to them.