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Incoloy Cartridge Heater 0.50" OD 1.25 - 18" Long

High Watt Density Cartridge Heaters with Incoloy® Sheath 1/2 (1.27 cm) Nominal Diameter
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$180.45

Item# CIR-3085/120/17C/9CS/S

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1-9 $180.45
10-24 $171.43
25-49 $167.82
50-99 $160.60
100-199 $156.99
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High Watt Density Cartridge Heaters with Incoloy® Sheath 1/2 (1.27 cm) Nominal Diameter CIR-3085/120/17C/9CS/S CIR-3085/120/17C/9CS/S
  • Reliable, Premium Quality
  • Rugged - Shock and Vibration Resistant
  • U.L. Component Recognized
  • CSA Certified

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  • Lead Material Manganese Nickel Wire Insulated with Fiberglass
  • Heated Medium Metals
  • Lead Maximum Temperature 450°C (842°F)
  • Maximum Operating Temperature 1500°F
  • Sheath Material Incoloy
OMEGALUX™ CIR Series High Watt Density cartridge heaters are manufactured to the highest industry standards using only premium materials. CIR Incoloy sheathed cartridge heaters can operate at working temperatures up to 1400°F (760°C) with sheath temperatures up to 1600°F (870°C). They have excellent corrosion resistance and are especially well suited for use in applications involving molds, dies, platens, hot plates, and sealing operations.

½" Nominal Diameter CIR Series, Actual Dia. & Tolerance: 0.496" ±0.002" (12.954 mm)
Sheath Length in(cm) Watts W/in2 Model No. Wt. lbs. (kg) Sheath Length in(cm) Watts W/in2 Model No. Wt. lbs. (kg) Sheath Length in(cm) Watts W/in2 Model No. Wt. lbs. (kg)
1 ¼ (3) 50 44 CIR-3014/120V .09(.4) 3 (8) 500 128 CIR-3030/* .17(.08) 6 (15) 850 99 CIR-3060/* .34(.15)
1 ¼ (3) 100 85 CIR-3012/120V .09(.4) 3 (8) 600 154 CIR-3034/* .17(.08) 6 (15) 1000 117 CIR-3064/* .34(.15)
1 ¼ (3) 125 107 CIR-3019/* .09(.4) 3 (8) 750 192 CIR-30301/* .17(.08) 6 ½ (17) 1000 108 CIR-30601/240V .37(.17)
1 ¼ (3) 150 128 CIR-3013/* .09(.4) 3 ½ (9) 250 53 CIR-3035/* .20(.09) 7 (18) 250 25 CIR-3070/120V .40(.18)
1 ¼ (3) 200 170 CIR-30121/240V .09(.4) 3 ½ (9) 500 105 CIR-3037/* .20(.09) 7 (18) 500 50 CIR-3071/* .40(.18)
1 ¼ (3) 250 210 CIR-30122/240V .09(.4) 3 ½ (9) 750 160 CIR-3038/240V .20(.09) 7 (18) 600 60 CIR-3072/* .40(.18)
1 ½ (4) 50 32 CIR-30151/120V .10(.05) 313/16 (10) 500 96 CIR-3039/* .21(.11) 7 (18) 1000 98 CIR-3075/240V .40(.18)
1 ½ (4) 100 60 CIR-3016/120V .10(.05) 4 (10) 150 28 CIR-3045/* .22(.11) 7 ½ (19) 500 46 CIR-3076/240V .43(.20)
1 ½ (4) 125 80 CIR-3017/* .10(.05) 4 (10) 180 33 CIR-3040/* .22(.11) 7 ½ (19) 1000 91 CIR-3077/240V .43(.20)
1 ½ (4) 150 96 CIR-3015/* .10(.05) 4 (10) 250 44 CIR-30402/* .22(.11) 8 (20) 250 21 CIR-3083/240V .45(.20)
1 ½ (4) 200 128 CIR-3018/* .10(.05) 4 (10) 300 55 CIR-3042/* .22(.11) 8 (20) 300 26 CIR-3085/* .45(.20)
2 (5) 75 32 CIR-30204/120V .12(.05) 4 (10) 350 65 CIR-3046/* .22(.11) 8 (20) 400 34 CIR-3081/240V .45(.20)
2 (5) 100 43 CIR-30201/* .12(.05) 4 (10) 400 73 CIR-3043/* .22(.11) 8 (20) 500 42 CIR-3084/* .45(.20)
2 (5) 200 85 CIR-3021/* .12(.05) 4 (10) 500 92 CIR-3041/* .22(.11) 8 (20) 750 62 CIR-30801/240V .45(.20)
*Designate voltage, insert 120V for 120 Vac or 240V for 240 Vac. Consult Sales
Catalog numbers that contain -/120 or -/240 are only available in that voltage.
Note: CIR Series cartridge heaters use high temperature mica Fiberglass® insulated stranded lead wire [up to 842°F (450°C)]. Standard length 14"

½" Nominal Diameter CIR Series, Actual Dia. & Tolerance: 0.496" ±0.002" (12.954 mm)
Sheath Length in(cm) Watts W/in2 Model No. Wt. lbs. (kg) Sheath Length in(cm) Watts W/in2 Model No. Wt. lbs. (kg) Sheath Length in(cm) Watts W/in2 Model No. Wt. lbs. (kg)
2 (5) 250 107 CIR-30202/* .12(.05) 4 (10) 750 137 CIR-3044/* .22(.11) 8 (20) 1000 85 CIR-3080/* .45(.20)
2 (5) 300 128 CIR-30203/* .12(.05) 4 (10) 1000 183 CIR-30401/240V .22(.11 8 (20) 1500 128 CIR-3082/240V .45(.20)
2 (5) 400 171 CIR-3020/* .12(.05) 4 5/16 (11) 550 91 CIR-3048/* .22(.11) 8 (20) 2000 170 CIR-3086/240V .45(.20)
2 ¼ (6) 75 28 CIR-30221/120V .13(.06) 4 ½ (11) 500 79 CIR-3047/* .25(.11) 8 ½ (22) 300 24 CIR-3087/240V .45(.20)
2 ¼ (6) 125 45 CIR-30222/120V .13(.06) 4 ½ (11) 750 119 CIR-3049/* .25(11) 8 ½ (22) 500 40 CIR-3088/240V .45(.20)
2 ¼ (6) 250 85 CIR-3022/* .13(.06) 413/16 (12) 300 146 CIR-30403/240V .26(.12) 8 ½ (22) 1000 80 CIR-3089/240V .45(.20)
2 ¼ (6) 400 145 CIR-30223/* .13(.06) 413/16 (12) 1000 146 CIR-30404/240V .26(.12) 9 (23) 500 37 CIR-3090/240V .50(.23)
2 ¼ (6) 500 170 CIR-30224/* .13(.06) 5 (13) 200 28 CIR-3053/* .27(.12) 9 (23) 1000 74 CIR-3091/240V .50(.23)
2⅜ (6) 75 26 CIR-3025/* .13(.06) 5 (13) 350 50 CIR-3051/* .27(.12) 9 ½ (24) 500 36 CIR-3092/240V .53(.24)
2⅜ (6) 100 34 CIR-3026/* .13(.06) 5 (13) 400 56 CIR-3054/* .27(.12) 9 ½ (24) 1000 72 CIR-3093/240V .53(.24)
2⅜ (6) 120 41 CIR-3027/* .13(.06) 5 (13) 500 71 CIR-30501/* .27(.12) 10 (25) 475 32 CIR-3100/240V .56(.25)
2⅜ (6) 250 85 CIR-3023/* .13(.06) 5 (13) 750 107 CIR-3050/* .27(.12) 10 (25) 500 34 CIR-3103/* .56(.25)
2⅜ (6) 450 154 CIR-3024/* .13(.06) 5 (13) 1000 142 CIR-30502/240V .27(.12) 10 (25) 1000 68 CIR-3101/* .56(.25)
2⅜ (6) 500 170 CIR-30231/* .13(.06) 5 ¼ (13) 250 34 CIR-3052/* .29(.13) 10 (25) 1500 101 CIR-3102/240V .56(.25)
2 ½ (6) 100 32 CIR-30255/* .14(.06) 5 ½ (14) 500 64 CIR-3055/* .31(.14) 10 (25) 2000 134 CIR-3105/240V .56(.25)
2 ½ (6) 150 48 CIR-30251/* .14(.06) 5 ½ (14) 650 83 CIR-3056/240V .31(.14) 12 (30) 550 31 CIR-3121/* .67(.30)
2 ½ (6) 250 80 CIR-30252/* .14(.06) 5 ½ (14) 750 97 CIR-3057/* .31(.14) 12 (30) 1000 56 CIR-3122/* .67(.30)
2 ½ (6) 400 128 CIR-30253/* .14(.06) 513/16 (15) 300 36 CIR-30582/240V .32(.15) 12 (30) 1500 84 CIR-3120/240V .67(.30)
2 ½ (6) 500 160 CIR-30254/* .14(.06) 513/16 (15) 700 85 CIR-3058/* .32(.15) 12 (30) 2000 112 CIR-3125/240V .67(.30)
2 ½ (6) 300 96 CIR-3028/* .14(.06) 6 (15) 200 22 CIR-3065/240V .34(.15) 14 (36) 1000 48 CIR-3141/240V .78(.35)
29/16 (7) 350 106 CIR-3029/240V .14(.06) 6 (15) 250 27 CIR-3067/* .34(.15) 14 (36) 1600 76 CIR-3140/240V .78(.35)
29/16 (7) 300 92 CIR-30291/240V .14(.06) 6 (15) 300 35 CIR-3061/* .34(.15) 14 (36) 2300 110 CIR-3142/240V .78(.35)
2¾ (8) 400 113 CIR-30271/* .14(.06) 6 (15) 350 41 CIR-3068/240V .34(.15) 15 (38) 1500 66 CIR-3150/240V .84(.38)
3 (8) 125 32 CIR-30302/* .17(.08) 6 (15) 400 45 CIR-3066/240V .34(.15) 16(41) 1000 41 CIR-3160/240V .84(.38)
3 (8) 250 64 CIR-3031/* .17(.08) 6 (15) 500 58 CIR-3062/* .34(.15) 18(46) 1500 55 CIR-3182/240V 1.(.45)
3 (8) 400 103 CIR-3033/* .17(.08) 6 (15) 750 87 CIR-3063/* .34(.15) 18(46) 1700 62 CIR-3180/240V 1.(.45)
*Designate voltage, insert 120V for 120 Vac or 240V for 240 Vac. Consult Sales
Catalog numbers that contain -/120 or -/240 are only available in that voltage.
Note: CIR Series cartridge heaters use high temperature mica Fiberglass® insulated stranded lead wire [up to 842°F (450°C)]. Standard length 14"
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heat controller Price worthy. It is working fine and easy to handle.
Date published: 2021-12-21
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1. Which Incoloy alloy is used? 2. Can I use heater CIR-3041/240V to slowly heat lithium chloride to 650 C (MP 605 C) in an insulated alumina crucible in an argon atmosphere? I'll first coat the heater & leads with Saint-Gobain's Cera-Glide BN coating.

Asked by: hthalljr
Thank you for the inquiry. Please forward this question and application to Temp@Omega.com. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2023-02-12

Can you please suggest a temperature controller or a thermostat that can be used with these heaters? and can these heaters be used as immersion heaters in an oil bath?

Asked by: Sarvesh
Thank you for your inquiry. We believe the best assistance would come from speaking to us directly at 888-826-6342 ask for the Temperature Department Mon. – Fri. (HOURS 8:30AM - 5:30PM EST).
Answered by: Application Engineer CB
Date published: 2023-04-25

What is the best way to install these? Is it possible to weld them to a cap?

Asked by: tony333
The Cartridge Heaters are install in drilled out holes with a very tight fit. Guidelines can be sent to you if you request them from heaters@omega.com. Omega does not have any experience with welding these Heaters to offer advice.
Answered by: Applications Engineer ANB
Date published: 2023-01-08

Hi Are These kind of catridge heaters suitable to work in vacuum chambers?

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your inquiry. This series of cartridge heaters cannot be used in a vacuum.
Answered by: Application Engineer JB
Date published: 2019-11-19

Do you recommend using heat transfer paste ?

Asked by: Vivek
Omega in general does not recommend heat transfer paste be used as the drilled out hole should be tight with direct metal to metal contact.
Answered by: ApplicationsEngineerANB
Date published: 2023-12-14

How would I go about calculating the wattage required to run this heater at 200 degrees Celsius?

Asked by: BAT97
Hi BAT97 Please review our online guide; https://www.omega.com/en-us/resources/how-calculate-heater-wattage Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2021-04-20

Is there any risk on having two of these touching each other at their ends? We are trying to have two of this stacked vertically inside a tube and was wondering if they can touch each other

Asked by: tony333
Thank you for your inquiry. Heaters should never be in contact with each other except at there wire termination. Contact anywhere else can cause 'hotspots' on either heater which will lead their failure while in process.
Answered by: Application Engineer CB
Date published: 2023-01-05
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