Tubular Sheathed Heating Elements are manufactured in a variety of materials and should be selected based on application. The most commonly produced, and versatile, heating element sheath material is Alloy 800, commonly referred to as Incaloy.
|EN||AISI||DIN||General Use||Additional information||Additional information||Additional information|
|EN 1.4301||AISI 304||W. 1.4301||In water or humid environment max. 450°C. In air max. 700°C.||Scaling temperature: 850°C.||For food industry.|
|EN 1.4162||AISI S32101||W. 1.4162||This alloy can replace the AISI 304 in some applications. Stainless steel with low nickel content.||>|
|EN 1.4307||AISI 304L||W 1.4307||Like EN 1.4301 for humid-corrosive environments. Tube used for washing machine heating elements.|
|EN 1.4541||AISI 321||W. 1.4541||In water or humid environment max. 550°C.||In air max. 750°C.||Scaling temperature: 850°C.||Tube for washing and cooking heating elements.|
|EN 1.4404||AISI 316L||W. 1.4404||Equivalent to EN 1.4306, with addition of molybdenum. Besides improving resistance to corrosion and under tension, there is a better response to general corrosion. In water or corrosive humid environment max. 450°C. For food industry.|
|EN 1.4521||AISI 444||W. 1.4521||This alloy can replace the AISI 316L in some applications. Ferritic stainless steel with good mechanical features and high resistance to corrosion.|
|EN 1.4435||AISI 316SL||W. 1.4435||Equivalent to EN 1.4404, with the difference that the higher content of molybdenum and the content of nitrogen ensure elevated mechanical features and resistance to corrosion.||In water or corrosive humid environment max. 500°C.|
|EN 1.4571||AISI 316Ti||W. 1.4571||Equivalent to AISI 321 – EN 1.4541, with the addition of molybdenum besides titanium.||For temperatures of 500°C also in discontinuous service.|
|EN 1.4845||AISI 310S||W. 1.4845||In water or humid environment or mixed air/water, with max. temperature of 550°C.||Typical colouring with annealing: dark green.|
|EN 1.4828||AISI 309||W. 1.4828||In air for temperatures up to 950°C.||Typical use: heating elements for ventilated ovens and grills.|
|EN 1.4847||Alloy 840||W. 1.4847||In air for max. temperatures up to 950°C.||In ali applications for which the characteristics of AISI 309 EN 1.4828 are not satisfactory.|
|EN 1.4876||Alloy 800||W. 1.4876||In water and air with max. temperatures of 1050°C. Annealing temperature of heating element 1100°C.||Also Referred to as Incoloy or Superloy|
|EN 2.4858||Alloy 825||W. 2.4858||In air for max. temperatures up to 1100°C. In water or highly corrosive environments.|
|EN 2.4851||Alloy 601||W. 2.4851||Refractory alloy with good resistance to corrosion, particularly of sulphur at high temperatures. In air up to 1180°C.|
|EN 2.4816||Alloy 600||W. 2.4816||Finer refractory alloy with excellent resistance to corrosion. In air up lo 1250°C.|
The above table is provided for general guidance only. The suitability and completeness through which technical and/or informative characteristics have been supplied in this schedule have to be analysed carefully by the customer. The customer must carry out all in-depth controls and all necessary tests in order to check the suitability of our product in the final application to which it is to be installed.
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