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Item# OT-1003/120V

  • 1.5 " (3.8 cm) Wide
  • 2 Offset Bolt Terminals at One End
  • Rugged, Reliable, Premium Quality
  • UL Component Recognized and CSA Certified
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Sheath Material
Strip Length
Maximum Operating Temperature
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Quantity Price each
1-9 $85.91
10-24 $81.61
25-49 $79.90
50-99 $76.46
100-199 $74.74
200+ $73.02

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Lead Time ( If not in Stock): 4 weeks

Product Specs

  • Finned No
  • Maximum Operating Temperature Iron: 750°F


OMEGALUX™ strip heaters are used principally for convection-type air heating and clamp-on installations. When selecting strip heaters for either, two important factors must be considered:
1. The proper sheath material for resisting any rusting and oxidizing inherent in the process or environment and for withstanding the sheath temperature required.
2. The watt density of the element, or watts per square inch of heated area. This should be low for heating asphalt, molasses and other thick substances with low heat transferability it can be higher for heating air, metals and other heat-conducting materials.

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