Cartridge Heaters

Cartridge Heaters offer choice of mounting configurations.
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Cartridge Heaters offer choice of mounting configurations.

Watt-Flex® Split-Sheath Cartridge Heaters are available with stainless steel flange, mounting bracket, NPT fitting, or puller end plug. Split-sheath construction allows each half of heater to expand independently when energized, for metal-to-metal contact with surrounding bore, maximizing heat transfer. Standard diameters range from 1/4 to 1 in., and 8 to 20 mm. Units come in lengths from 1 1/4...

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Cartridge Heaters offer hot tip option.
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Cartridge Heaters offer hot tip option.

Watt-Flex® Split-Sheath Cartridge Heaters can be constructed to deliver full heat to tip, making them suitable for injection molding applications. Split-sheath construction allows each half of heater to expand independently. Continuous-coil design eliminates cold spots between sections. Standard diameters include 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, and 1 in., as well as 8, 10, 12, 12.5, 15, 16, and...

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Cartridge Heaters are available with abrasion protection.
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Cartridge Heaters are available with abrasion protection.

Watt-Flex(R) cartridge heaters have split-sheath construction, which allows each half of heater to expand independently when energized, maximizing metal-to-metal contact with surrounding bore. Continuous-coil design eliminates cold spots between sections, producing uniform temperature profile. Heaters are available in standard dia of 1/4 to 1 in., as well as 8 to 20 mm; in lengths from 1 1/4 to...

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Cartridge Heater warms up small parts.

Small and Mighty 1/8 in. dia cartridge heater can be used to heat small parts, torpedo systems and manifolds. High watt density heater uses 24 to 240 Vac supply voltage, avoiding use of transformers. It has MgO core in 321 stainless steel sheath with hermetically sealed welded end. Options include swaged-in or crimped lead wires in Teflon® or fiberglass insulation.

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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations
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Managing the New FGD Wastewater Regulations

EPA Steam Electric Power Generating Effluent Limitations Guidelines, or ELG’s, impact coal-fired power plant operations and their wastewater management. Specifically, the ELG’s impose limits for suspended solids, arsenic, mercury, selenium, and nitrate/nitrite for Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) wastewater. These regulations drive the need for technology based solutions that address and adapt to variables such as the nature of wastewater streams, types of contaminants, contaminant loading, and costs. In this guide you will learn about the best available technologies for complying with the new standards. One of the leading contenders in this process is the Fluidized Bed Reactor or FBR, which removes soluble selenium and other metals from FGD wastewater. Advantages of fluidized bed reactors include optimum microorganism efficiency, smaller overall footprint, steady-state operation, lower hydraulic residence times, system robustness, and lower costs. Download this guide for additional information on FBR technology for treating FGD wastewater, including pilot studies and tests, and polishing selenium removal options.

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Oilfield Improvements Wheeled Rod Guide Couplings Celebrate 35th Anniversary

For over 35 years our Wheeled Rod Guide Couplings, have been at work in oil fields across the globe. Our products are engineered to extend the service life of sucker rods and tubing, delivering cutting-edge innovation that enhances oilfield operation, maximizes output, and enhancing overall operations. To learn about the advantages of using Wheeled Rod Guide Couplings in your wells, see our video.

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