With the huge selection of providers out there, we realize that choosing a cartridge heater can be difficult. At Jobco, Inc. we supply a complete range of cartridge heaters giving you a wide selection within a single site. In addition to cartridge heaters, we also sell other industrial machine parts such as sensors, temperature controllers, etc. Moreover, our products come from a huge variety of manufacturers such as Chromalox, Watlow, Osram Sylvania and more. This is why we think you should choose your next cartridge heater, coil heater, etc. from us. And to help you choose wisely from our vast selection of products and manufacturers, here are several factors that you should take into consideration:
What is the cartridge heater element needed for?
Cartridge heaters are used in a number of industries. Each of these industries has specific needs and requirements for their cartridge heaters. We have such a wide range of products that it will be easy for us to help you determine which heating element is appropriate for your specific needs.
What materials need to be heated?
In order to maximize the efficiency of your heat transfer, you will need to know the types of materials that your cartridge heater will need to heat. We can help you by providing you with a heating element that fits the needs of your specific application.
What temperature does the cartridge heater need to reach?
The cartridge heaters you choose will need to be carefully selected if you want to prevent it from overheating. Choosing the wrong cartridge can damage the machine it is in and slow down or bring production to a complete halt costing you money while you seek a replacement. At Jobco, Inc. we can help you to determine which of our cartridge heaters best suits your requirements.
What size cartridge heater element do you require?
Your cartridge heater will not work efficiently if you choose the wrong size. Some common cartridge heater sizes include: ½”, ¼”, ¾”, 3/8” and 5/8” or metric cartridge heater sizes of 6.5mm, 10mm, 12.5mm and 16mm. Just be sure to choose the right size for your machine.
What should the watt density of the cartridge heater you are looking for be?
Watt density is defined as the heating element power divided by the actively heated surface area of the element. Knowing this will make your selection easier as we have a wide range of cartridge heaters that meet all wattage requirements. Finally, we know that your company will be well served by any of the products we sell on our site as your company makes its push towards excellence and innovation.