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Stainless Steel Cartridge Heater 0.13-1.25" OD 1-36" Long

1/8 in x 1 in, 12 in Lead, 15W, 120V

Item# SCH-0125-0100-0015-N-12-1

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1/8 in x 1 in, 12 in Lead, 15W, 120V SCH-0125-0100-0015-N-12-1 SCH-0125-0100-0015-N-12-1

This part is temporarily unavailable. Please see the CSS-CSH as a suggested replacement.

  • 304 Stainless steel sheath for excellent thermal conductivity
  • Sheath temperatures up to 677°C (1250°F)
  • Diameters between 1/8 in to 1 1/4 in
  • Lengths from 1 in to 36 in (2.5 to 91 cm)

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  • Sheath Material 304 Stainless Steel

Omega’s SCH-Series cartridge heaters are designed to provide maximum wattage in limited spaces. This heater series is offered with high and low density options. The sheath is made of 304 stainless steel which provides uniform heat distribution and good thermal conductivity for fast heating. A variety of cold-end terminations, mounting and threading options are available for maximum versatility. Applications for this cartridge heater include packaging, rubber molding, form fill and sealing, platen heating, HVAC compressors, die casting, hot melt adhesives, food manufacturing and extrusion.

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The webpage for this product instructs me to drill and ream the hole for these heaters +.001"/-0 tolerance. Do you suggest applying a thin layer of thermally conductive gel between the sheath and the ID of the hole?

Asked by: dcavalie
There would be no harm in adding some thermally conductive gel but if a tight fit is achieved the Heater will perform as expected.
Answered by: ApplicationsEngineerANB
Date published: 2021-12-17
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