QCS - Immersion Heater
Advantages of rod-shaped: immersion heaters, earthed version. Maximum energy transfer: through infra-red radiation – the encasing tube allows infra-red transmission, through heat conduction – the quartz glass encasing tube facilitates an extremely good heat transfer. Temperature resistance: As quartz glass has practically no heat expansion, these immersion heaters will with-stand termal shock in particular. Acid resistance: Quartz glass immersion heaters are almost completely resistant to acid attacks, with the exception of phosphorus acid above 300 °C and hydrofluoric acid. Immersion heaters are, therefore, particularly well-suited to heat chemicals directly in laboratories and galvanoplastics.
The quartz glass encasing tube is an excellent electrical insulator – protection against electric-shock hazard, optimal electrical safety by means of earthing of the inner tube.
Immersion heaters meet the EG standard 89/336/EWG and EG standard 73/23/EWG.
Aller immersion heaters are delivered with a silicone connection piece and a 1.5 m long cable with earthing contacttype plug of PVC and are designed for 230 V ~.
Special models with regard to design and elctrical output on request.