Raychem 20FHT4-CT Constant Wattage Parallel Heating Cable, 400 V, 20 W/m
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Part Code: 1244-006065
|Range||Raychem FHT4 Constant Wattage Cable|
FMT and FHT are constant wattage parallel circuit heating cables designed for pipe and equipment heat-tracing in industrial applications. This family offers an economical alternative to self-regulating heating cables but requires more skill for installation and also requires more advanced control and monitoring systems.
Its unique round geometry provides excellent flexibility during installation as it allows for bending in every direction. The heating element which is the most fragile part of any constant wattage parallel circuit heating cable is protected by a PTFE insulation tape that eliminates shear stresses during flexing and also acts as a shock absorber, thereby providing a high level of protection. The heating cables can be used for frost protection and process temperature maintenance requiring high power output. The heating cables are zone parallel heaters constructed from a heating element wrapped around two parallel conductors. The distance between conductor contact points forms the heating zone length. The parallel construction allows it to be cut-to-length and terminated in the field.
FMT heating cables can withstand routine steam purges and temperature exposure to 200°C power off. They can be used to maintain temperatures up to 150°C (depending on cable type) and are only available in a 230 Vac version.
- Hazardous, Zone 1, Zone 2 (Gas), Zone 21, Zone 22 (Dust)
Traced Surface Type:
- Carbon steel, Stainless steel,
- Painted or unpainted metal
- Organics and corrosives
- For aggressive organics and corrosives consult your local Pentair representative
The FMT and FHT heating cables are approved for use in hazardous areas by Baseefa Ltd.
- Baseefa08ATEX0050X & IECEx BAS 08.0019X
- II 2GD Ex e II T* (See Schedule) Ex tD A21 IP66
- Ex e II T* (See Schedule) Ex tD A21 IP66
*By design. Temperature classification (T-rating) has to be established by using the principles of stabilised design or the use of a temperature limiting device. Use TraceCalc design software or contact Pentair.
|Heating Cable||Voltage (VAC)||Nominal Power Output (W/m)||Max. Power Output (W/m)||T6 (86°c)||T5 (100°c)||T4 (135°c)||T3 (200°c)||T2 (260°c)|
|Cold lead length||2.5 m|
|Maximum intermittent exposure temperature (power off)||260 °C|
|Minimum bend radius||25 mm|
|Minimum Clearance||50 mm|
|Minimum installation temperature||-60 °C|
|Supply Voltage||385 - 415 VAC|
Frequently asked questions
Yes, when using trace heating on plastic pipes ensure that ATE- 180 aluminium tape is used to help disperse the heat around the pipe.
Yes, utilising our in-house design facilities, we can design your complete trace heating requirement.
If the surface area of the pump is substantially greater than that of the adjoining pipework then extra heating cable may need to be considered (depending on wattage of cable installed). Pumps and ...
Most applications can simply be straight traced, reducing costs of materials and installation time without compromising on operational requirements.
Yes, thermal insulation is required on all heat trace applications. Without insulation, surface heat losses can increase approximately 4-5 times.
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Full termination instructions are provided with all our heating tapes
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