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Osram Sylvania
"MAX" Series Air Heaters

SureHeat MAX Series    
Big Heat Output Small Package with controls

Control up to 1400 F.

  • Inlet SIZE = 1-1/4"
  • Outlet SIZE = 1-1/2"
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Small Package Hot Air Heater with Built-in Safety Sensors!
  • Specifications
  • Air temp controllable to 1400 F (760 C) 1
  • Power 6.0kW - 36.0kW 240/380/480V~ 1 /3
  • Two internal K TC sensors for control and safety:
      o S1 measures inlet temp.
      o S2 measures exit temp.
  • Rapid heat-up and cool-down.
  • Maximum air pressure 60 PSI (4 Bar)
  • CE, UL compliant
  • Ceramic-only design for food packaging applications.
  • Max inlet air temp 200 F (93 C)
New Prices

Catalog# Watts Volts Price $ Add To Cart
F0747XX-6 6000
F0747XX-10 10,000
F0747XX-18 18,000
F0747XX-30 30 KW @ 380 VAC
36 KW @ 480 VAC
Max-Control Sure Heat Controller w/ Digital indication and Duel input! Call For Pricing
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SureHeat MAX Heater and Control package
The Sure Heat System is a Unique design that incorporates both percise digital temperature control with the ablity to heat large volumns of are to temperature up to 1400 F

The Heater (MAX) uses open coil high temperature serpentine Heater elements manufactured with high quality Nichrome resistance wire. This element is protected from high temperatures by a intergrated type K thermocouple sensor attached to the inlet element. The Exit temperature is monitored and controlled by a seperate thermocouple sensor located in the exit air stream. The heater case is manufactured in Stainless Steel and included a Composite junction box with a clearly labeled terminal strip for easy field wiring.
The SureHeat controller the heater uses a high speed Digital temperature controller and Solid state relay for super fast accurate control.

Heater Selection

To determine the proper size heater, plot a point on the Datasheet Chart, which defines your required air temperature and flow. The nearest curve to the right and above this point represents the proper heater selection. Then Click here to determine your require Wattage. and check out the definitions and theory Page.

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