Raychem XPI-8000 Heating Cable 8000 ?/km ATEX
XPI is a polymer insulated (PI) series heating cable, suitable for use in hazardous areas. It has been designed for use in freeze protection and temperature maintenance applications of pipes, tanks and other equipment. XPI offers an economical solution for a wide variety of heat-tracing applications, in particular for pipe lengths beyond the maximum circuit lengths of parallel heating cables.
The inner insulation is a sandwich construction of high temperature Ã¯Â¬Âuoropolymer and PTFE, the outer insulation is made of PTFE. This unique construction is very easy to terminate, highly Ã¯Â¬Âexible and makes XPI a very safe and reliable product. It provides highest chemical withstand and excellent mechanical strength, in particular at elevated temperatures.
XPI heating cables can be used for temperatures up to 260°C (continuous) and 300°C (intermittent short-term exposure). XPI is easy to install and has printed meter-marks. Pentair offers XPI heating cables in a very wide range of resistances, starting from 0.8 Ã¢ÂÅ /km up to 8000 Ã¢ÂÅ /km as well as a complete range of components for connection and splicing of the cables.
- Hazardous area, Zone 1 or Zone 2 (Gas) or Zone 21 or Zone 22 (Dust)
- Ordinary area
- Organic and inorganic corrosives
- PTB 08 ATEX 1102X
- II 2G/D Ex e II T2...T6 / Ex tD A21 IP65 T290...T80°C
- IECEx PTB 08.0051X
- Ex II 2G/D Ex e II T2...T6 / Ex tD A21 IP65 T290...T80°C
- PTB 08 ATEX 1088 U
- II 2G/D Ex e II / Ex tD A21
- IECEx PTB 08.0049 U
- Ex II 2G/D Ex e II / Ex tD A21.
[Ω/km @ 20°C]
[x 10-3 /K]
|Max Exposure Temp||260°C (power of, continuous), 300°C (power off, intermittent for max 1000h)|
|Maximum Power Output||35 W/m (typical value, depending on application)|
|Min Bending Radius||6 x cable diameter for cable diameter > 6mm|
|Min Bending Radius||2.5 x cable diameter for cable diameter < 6mm|
|Min Installation Temp||-70°C|
|Min. Impact Resistance||4 Joule (as per EN 60079-30-1)|
|Minimum Clearance||20 mm|
|Nominal Voltage||Up to 450/750 Vac (U0/U)|