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Nelson™ Heat Trace 230V Type HLT Self-Regulating Heater Cable
Nelson™ Heat Trace™ 230V Type HLT Self-Regulating Heater Cable
Nelson™ Heat Trace HLT Series self-regulating heater cable is ideal for maintaining fluid flow over a wide range of operating temperatures.
The product is used for freeze protection of periodically steam (13.8 BAR) cleaned pipes and temperature maintenance for 120 °C or lower processes. HLT Series are 230 Volt heating cables designed for use in ordinary (unclassified) and hazardous (classified) locations. Typical applications include hydrocarbon and chemical product piping.
Nelson™ Heat Trace 230V Type HLT Self-Regulating Heater Cable

Specs

Certifications and Compliances
ATEX and IECEx Certified: Hazardous (Classified) Locations
ATEX
Ex II 2 G; Ex e IIC T3 Gb; Ex II 2 D; Ex tb IIIC T195°C
IECEx
Ex II 2 G; Ex e IIC T3 Gb; Ex II 2 D; Ex tb IIIC T195°C
Ambient Temperature
-40 °C ? Tamb ? +55 °C
Maintain Temperature
+120°C
Maximum Continuous Exposure Temperature
+120°C (continuous power on)
Maximum Intermittent Exposure Temperature
+215 °C (1000 hours cumulative exposure)
Temperature Classification (T Code)
T3 +200°C per IEC 60079 standards
Bus Wire Size
1.3 mm² Copper Conductors
Minimum Installation Temperature
-40 °C
Minimum Bend Radius
25 mm at -40 °C
Dimensions
5.1 mm x 10.5 mm
Accessories
Connection kits, thermostats, contactors, junction boxes, tape, warning signs, custom control, and monitoring and power panels are available. See catalog pages for details

Features

  • Type HLT self-regulating heater cable is a parallel circuit electric heater strip. A conductive fluoropolymer core material is extruded over the multi-stranded, nickel-plated, 1.3 mm² copper bus wires. A fluoropolymer jacket provides excellent diele
  • Operating principle: The parallel bus wires apply voltage along the entire length of the heater cable. The conductive core provides a continuous parallel heating element permitting the cable to be cut to any length in the field with no dead or cold zones

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