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316 SS Inline Duct Heater up to 1000°F and .75 kW Power

T Type air Process Heaters For In-Line Air and Gas Heating


Item# AHP-3741

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T Type air Process Heaters For In-Line Air and Gas Heating AHP-3741 AHP-3741
  • 3 /8 ', 1 /2 ' or 3 /4 ' Diameters
  • Exit Air or Gas Temperatures to 1000°F (540°C)
  • Inlet Air or Gas Temperatures to 250°F (121°C)
  • For Horizontal Mounting

AHP-3741 Model Options

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Supply Voltage
Mounting Size
Maximum Outlet Air Temperature
Mounting Style
Sheath Material

The AHP series in-line air heaters are used to heat clean, dry air or gas for baking, drying, laminating, metal working, packaging, plastic welding, preheating, sealing, soldering, shrink fitting and synthetic fabric sewing. AHP series air process heaters provide hot air and gas up to 1000°F (540°C) with infinite control by varying the voltage and/or the air flow. Closed loop control can also be achieved with temperature controllers (section P) and 'T' fittings to mount thermocouples.

Volts Watts Heated Length
in (mm)
in (mm)
lb (g)
120 VAC Models
AHP-37411202003 1/2 (89)5783/8 (10)1/4'0.18 (82)
AHP-50511204004 1/2 (114)88101/2 (13)3/8'0.25 (113)
AHP-75611207505 1/2 (140)136203/4 (19)3/4'0.68 (308)
120/240 VAC Models*
3 1/2 (89)
3 1/2 (89)
3/8 (10)1/4'0.18 (82)
4 1/2 (114)
4 1/2 (114)
1/2 (13)3/8'0.25 (113)
5 1/2 (140)
5 1/2 (140)
3/4 (19)3/4'0.68 (308)
*These air heaters can be operated on either 120 or 240 Volts. Specifications are shown for operation on
both 120 and 240 Volts.
†Indicates Watts per inch of heated length. Use the table above to determine minimum required flow rates.
The Watts per inch of heated length can be changed by reducing the operating voltage or by ordering a custom
made heater.

Dimensions in Inches (mm)
AHP-3743/8 (9.5)3 1/2 (88.9)4 (101.6)5/16 (7.9)1 5/16 (33.3)
AHP-5051/2 (12.7)4 1/2 (114.3)5 (127.0)13/8 (34.9)1 3/4 (19.)
AHP-7563/4 (19.1)5 1/2 (139.7)6 (152.4)27/16 (61.9)1 5/8 (41.3)

Maximum Watts Per Linear Inch of Heated Length
Minimum CFM Required3/8' Dia.1/2' Dia.3/4' Dia.

Pressure Rating: 80 PSIG
Wattage Tolerance: +5, -10% or better at the voltage specified
Leads: 12 inch long fiberglass insulated leads

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from High Efficiency and great design I've bought several of these because for heating any type of non-reactive gas there really is no substitute or better product available. These have convenient NPT threads on each end (which can be complicated if you want to go to high temperatures which would melt PTFE tape) and are relatively open to allow high flow rate gas streams to pass through. Highly recommended. One tip, don't heat them when there is no flow through them. They tend to burn out easily if you aren't providing cooling power.
Date published: 2016-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple to use and install I purchased one of these for a project a month ago. It was for a piece of test equipment that will require at least three units in parallel. This first unit worked exactly as I expected.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from On time every time Excellent product and outstanding customer service
Date published: 2024-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Shipped quickly, and just what we needed! Great Product, Shipped quickly, and just what we needed!
Date published: 2023-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as advertised Bought this line heater to heat nitrogen when purging refrigerant systems on aircraft. At 200w I had to use a snubber to slow the flow, but it heats sufficiently for what it is
Date published: 2022-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as expected Works reliably for our process with good heat output
Date published: 2021-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-made heating tube Really nice air heater tube that is very adjustable via voltage input. Very well made. Will use this at lower voltage to heat air going into a microscope environmental chamber. Not what they made it for, but because adjusting voltage works so well, it works fine for me for this purpose.
Date published: 2021-03-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well made but needs a pressure drop spec. Well made heater unit per specs. It would help to add at least one data point at ambient temperature for the pressure drop thru the heater at X SCFM. Everyone knows the dP will go up when the heat is turned on so you do not need to cover this unless you want to. As my application was compressed air and I was using a few in parallel it was not a problem. The linlet max temperature told me I had to run these in parallel to get high a temperature exhaust and that worked out fine.
Date published: 2018-11-02
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Hello, I am purchasing items to install Inline heater AHP-5051. Please point me in the right direction if I am wrong. Besides the compression fittings, all I need is the temperature controller? I was thinking of the CN32PT-305

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your inquiry. You will also need a thermocouple sensor (i.e TC-K-NPT-U-72), CN32PT-145 controller, SSRDIN280DC10 solid state relay. Fuses are recommended.
Answered by: Application Engineer CB
Date published: 2023-02-24

What is the minimum mass flow rate through the heater when inlet is methane at roughly room temperature? Your table gives values for the minimum SCFM but that is for maximum wattage per linear inch. I am dealing with ~ 0.1 to 0.2 L/min volume flow rates.

Asked by: extra123
Hi extra123, Thank you for the inquiry. Please forward this question to TEMP@OMEGA.COM. Best regards OMEGA
Answered by: NorwalkAE_RS
Date published: 2022-05-03

How to install the in-line heater and what temperature controller do I need (120v).

Asked by: Tech Ben
Thank you for your inquiry Tech Ben. This heater needs to be install with a temperature sensor to monitor temperature and as you indicated a temperature controller. If you are going to use the AHP-7562 (120 V and 190 W) which has a current rating of 1.58 A, you need a controller with a mechanical relay rated higher than 1.58 A. We recommend that you review our CNPT platinum series controller, here is the link: If you have any other questions in term of setting up this system, please call 1-800-622-2378, ask for Temperature Engineering and speak to one of our temperature engineers over the phone.
Answered by: Application Engineer MC
Date published: 2022-07-25

Can the -7562 offer comparable heat output to the -5052 when powered by a lower Voltage power source, and what are the side effects of mounting this unit vertically?

Asked by: JoBur830
Thank for your inquiry. The "-7562" has 750W at 120VAC while "-5052" provides 100W at 120VAC. Therefore the heating output is much higher with the "-7562". This must be mounted horizontally because the heating coils are exposed internally. It will sag and touch itself causing shorts if mounted vertically.
Answered by: Application Engineer CB
Date published: 2024-01-19

Hello, to control this unit (AHP-7562), do I need an AC voltage modulator or will a normal relay style controller work for control? Basically turning the 120V power on and off as needed??? Please let me know. Thank you.

Asked by: JLSInvestigation
Thank you for your inquiry! You may use a controller in ON/OFF mode for this application, and most likely an external SSR or high current-rated mechanical relay. Most controller's internal relays cannot handle the high current pulled by heaters. Please see our PID controllers here:
Answered by: Application Engineer CK
Date published: 2021-06-14

hi there, my question about mounting direction for the heater ? could mount it in a verticle direction?

Asked by: mohd
Thank you for your inquiry mohd. This heater can only be mounted horizontally. The coils can short if mounted in a vertical direction.
Answered by: Application Engineer SP
Date published: 2022-03-16
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