The WID range of anticondensation heaters have been designed to protect an enclosure or cabinet from water damage due to condensation. Heating Capacities ... more »
WID Anticondensation Heaters. Features. • Protection rating – IP20 to IP54. ( depending on option). • Approvals. CE marked IEC protection class I. (except the fan ... more »
The Control Link Anti-Condensate Controller (ACC) is an advanced controller that ensures anti-condensate heaters are activated only when necessary and that ... more »
Description of condens heater. ... Anti-condensation heaters are used in order to avoid condensation problems in shielded electrical installations, boards and ... more »
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Anti-Condensation Heaters - Type ACH. The heaters include a Vitreous Enamelled Resistor mounted in a sheet steel case with removable cover. M4 terminal ... more »
Anti-Condensation Heaters - Type ACH. Designed for use in switch and control gear cubicles where a low wattage heater is required to prevent condensation. more »
HEATER, ANTI-CONDENSATION, 60W; Voltage Rating V AC: 230V; Output Power: 60W; External Height - Imperial: 2.76"; External Height - Metric: 70mm ... more »
EXHEAT Industrial is pleased to announce the launch of our 'FX' range of enclosure heaters. The new product offers a flameproof solution for anti- condensation ... more »
INSTALLATION OPERATION AND. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS. EXHEAT MODEL HEF. ANTI-CONDENSATION HEATER. 1 ... more »
Anti-condensation heaters can prolong the life of electrical equipment that is used in tropical environments or near the ocean. If your electric motor or alternator does not have an anti-condensation heater, install one the next time you have the equipment serviced.
These heaters maintain a warm temperature within the enclosure to prevent condensation, which causes corrosion. Note the material of your equipment's enclosure when purchasing heaters. An anti-condensation heater built for aluminum may not be suitable for those made of fiberglass.
Consider the operating procedures for a heater prior to purchase. A thermostat is not included with some heaters; it is either sold as an accessory or not required for the particular model. The heater may require a humidistat as well.
Check the operating temperature of the heater to ensure it is suitable for your environment. You may also find that using two small heaters requires less energy than using a larger model. Discuss your equipment's specifications with the manufacturer and anti-condensation heater distributors for recommendations.
Compare the life expectancies of different models, and check for warranties. Spending more for a durable model that does not require daily monitoring can save you time and money in the long term. For more information on using and purchasing anti-condensation heaters, visit the links on this Business.com page.