Lead Wires

Each application with it special leads

Placing the correct lead for each application is fundamental for the security and life of the cartridge heater. Excessive vibration and temperature wolid cause them to lose insliation and produce breakage and short-circuits.

Insulation Material
Operation Temperature
Useful life
High temperatures
Vibrations
Hermetic
Silicon Rubber
302ºF / 150ºC
Poor
Poor
Excellent
Good
Fluoropolymer Lead (PFA)
392ºF / 200ºC
Execelent
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Fiberglass / silicone
482ºF / 250ºC
Good
Good
Poor
Poor
Fiberglass / mica / silicone
752ºF / 400ºC
Good
Excellent
Poor
Good
Ceramic Bead Insulation
1200ºF / 650ºC
Poor
Excellent
Male
Male

Protect your Lead Wires.

Protect your leads to avoid shocks, scratches, overheating, cleaning, contamination, cuts, explosive environments, moisture, etc. you will win in security and life will increase, giving extra professionalism to your project.

Insulation Material
First Quality
Useful life
High temperatures
Vibrations
Hermetic
Nickel Tube
Bumps / Dirt
Poor
Good
Poor
Good
Braided Metal
Cuts / Dirt
Good
Good
Excellent
Poor
Fiberglass sleeve
High temperatures
Poor
Good
Good
Good
Silicone sleeve
Moisture / cleaning
Poor
Good
Excellent
Excellent
Stainless Steel Sleeve
Bumps / Cuts / Hermetic
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Excellent

Internal ending

External ending

Cartridge Heater
Cartridge Heater
Connection tube (inches)
6.5
8
10
12.5
16
20
Nickel Tube
-
6
8
10
12
12
Braided Metal
-
-
8
9
12
12
Fiberglass Sleeve
4
6
8
10
12
12
Silicon Steel
-
6
10
10
12
12
Stainless Steel Sleve
-
-
10
10
12
12
Connection tube (mm)
6.5
8
10
12.5
16
20
Nickel Tube
-
6
8
10
12
12
Braided Metal
-
-
8
9
12
12
Fiberglass Sleeve
4
6
8
10
12
12
Silicon Steel
-
6
10
10
12
12
Stainless Steel Sleve
-
-
10
10
12
12

We have all features you may require for underwater applications, vibration, high temperatures, special food grade, corrosive environment, moisture etc.

FiberGlass Lead

Ref. P.Cv. Pure nickel lead, sheathed with fiberglass, coated with Pure nickel lead, sheathed with fiberglass, coated with silicone, heat resistant. Standard lead.

Cartridge Heater
Fluoropolymer Lead (PFA)

Ref. P.Tf. Ideal for watertightness and cleanliness of the cable. Do not resist high temperatures.

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3 Core Silicone Tube

Ref. P.Cs. Ideal for long lengths. Does resist high temperatures. Copper core.

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Steatite

Ref. Pst. Ideal for high temperatures. Interior pure nickel wire. Not recommended for to knocking or excessive vibrations.

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Braided Metal

Ref. P.Tm For places with high friction and constant flexibility. Stainless steel.

Stainless steel armor

Ref. P.S.Sa. Protects against shocks and spillage of viscous products, relative mobility. The maximum in protection for abrasive.

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Nickel Rods

Ref. Vn. Rigid pure nickel rods where moving the position of the connection is required. They do not resist repeated movements. They are coated with insolated materials.

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Flexible Silicone Lead

Ref. P.Sf. Ideal for excessive movement, vibration and moderate temperature.

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Silicone Sleeve

Re. P.Fs. Ideal for moisture environment with moderate friction. Protects the interior of fiberglass lead.

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Fiberglass Sleeve

Ref. P.Fv. Protects against high temperatures, moderate friction. Ideal for twined conduction cable.

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Nickel Tube

Ref. P.Tv Protects against shocks and spillage of viscous products, relative mobility.

Cartridge Heater

Moisture Protection

Cartridge Heater

T1 With steatite ceramic piece paste

T2 Sealed with silicone are temperature resistant up to 180 °C and should be used in connection with silicone insulated leads.

T3 Epoxy resin are temperature resistant up to 120 °C and can be used in connection with silicone insulated as well as PTFE insulated leads.

1W PTFE dresins can resist temperatures resistant up to 230 °C and should be used in connection with PTFE insulated leads