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Cloth Heating Jackets for Industrial Applications

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BriskHeat Cloth Heating Jackets are ideal for a wide range of applications. Cloth Heating Jackets maximize coverage and efficiency by both heating and insulating complete systems for your exact needs. Easily install and remove jackets as needed on your system with durable and reusable hook and loop fasteners to keep the jacket in place.

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Cloth Heating Jackets for Industrial Applications

  1. 1. Cloth Heating Jackets Features Before After Centipede 2® See Pages 84 - 87 Ideal for a Wide Range of Applications • Ability to heat and insulate all components of a system • Diameters as small as ¼” (6mm) • Flanges, VCR nuts, valves, unistruts, etc. • Uniform temperatures throughout entire line or component • Easy on-off installation with durable and reusable hook and loop fasteners • High temperature capabilities • Up to 250°C for Class 10 Clean rooms • Up to 593°C for Class 100 Clean rooms • Energy efficient design • Patented grounded heating element • Exceptional durability • Compatible with Centipede 2® Temperature Control System or existing control system Benefits • Economically reduces condensation build-up and contamination • Increased productivity • Decreased maintenance • Energy-savings • Safe and cool to the touch (meets SEMI S2 standards) • Long service life: BriskHeat's typical heating jacket life is 10+ years. No need for aftermarket parts 80 Y o u r H e a t i n g S p e c i a l i s t s i n c e 1 9 4 9 Toll Free: 800-848-7673 Phone: 614-294-3376 w w w .BriskHeat. c o m Email: bhtsales1@briskheat.com Fax: 614-294-3807 © BriskHeat Corporation. All Rights Reserved. 16-03 CLOTHHEATERS ANDINSULATORS C L O T H H E A T I N G J A C K E T S M.S. Jacobs & Associates Pittsburgh, PA USA www.msjacobs.com
  2. 2. • Gas Lines • Exhaust Lines • Forelines • Abatements • Valves Cloth Heating Jackets Cont. • Tanks, drums, cylinders and vessels • Laboratory equipment • Analytical equipment • Vacuum bake-out • Emission testing • Fluid delivery systems • Small and unique geometries Ability to engineer a solution for your EXACT needs 81Toll Free: 800-848-7673 Phone: 614-294-3376 w w w .BriskHeat. c o m Email: bhtsales1@briskheat.com Fax: 614-294-3807 Y o u r H e a t i n g S p e c i a l i s t s i n c e 1 9 4 9 © BriskHeat Corporation. All Rights Reserved. 16-03 CLOTHHEATERS ANDINSULATORS C L O T H H E A T I N G J A C K E T S
  3. 3. Contact your local BriskHeat® representative to have a cloth heating jacket designed for your application. How to Order: Cloth Jacket Design Options What are the Different Parts of a Cloth Jacket? Liner and Facing Material (Inside and Outside cloth material): • PTFE - Standard facing material. Up to Class 10 environments. Exposure temperature up to 500˚F (260˚C). • BriskClean Cloth - For cleanroom Class 10 environments. Exposure temperatures up to 600˚F (315˚C). • Silicone Cloth - Adds moisture and chemical resistance. Exposure temperatures up to 500˚F (260˚C). • Samox® - Highest temperature material. Up to Class 100 environments. Exposure temperatures up to 1100˚F (593˚C) • Aluminum - Facing material option. Exposure temperature up to 450˚F (232˚C). • Fiberglass Cloth - Liner material option. Exposure temperature up to 900˚F (482˚C). Up to Class 100 environments. Closure Options: • Hook and Loop Fastener • Hook and Lace • Grommets Insulation (placed in between liner and facing): Fits your application based upon process temperatures. BriskHeat’s industry leading engineers will design your system with the correct amount of insulation. Insulation will make your system energy efficient and touch-safe. Built-In Low-Limit Alarm Thermostat Options: • 180°F (82°C) with 30°F (17°C) differential • 248°F (120°C) with 50°F (28°C) differential Other Temperatures Available Other Temperatures Available Built-in Controlling/ High Limit Thermostat Options: • 180°F (82°C) • 248°F (120°C) • 302°F (150°C) • 347°F (175°C) • 392°F (200°C) • 500°F (260°C) • 120-600 VAC • Single Phase • 3 Phase (Wye) • 3 Phase (Delta) • 60 Hz. • 50 Hz. • DC Voltage Options: Power Plug / Connector Options: • Mate-N-Lock • Twist Lock • CPC Connector • Bare Wire • Other Electrical Connections Available • Platinum RTD PT100 • Type J Thermocouple • Type K Thermocouple • Thermistor • Other Temperature Sensors Available Temperature Sensor Options: Durable and Flexible Mutli-stranded Resistance Wire Patented Grounded Heating Element for Your Safety Resistance Wire Spaced Tightly for Optimal Heat Uniformity Insulated for Superior Thermal Efficiency and Cool-to-the-Touch Safety Material Options Designed for Your Environment including Class 10 Clean rooms PTFE BriskClean Silicone Samox® Aluminum Fiberglass 82 Y o u r H e a t i n g S p e c i a l i s t s i n c e 1 9 4 9 Toll Free: 800-848-7673 Phone: 614-294-3376 w w w .BriskHeat. c o m Email: bhtsales1@briskheat.com Fax: 614-294-3807 © BriskHeat Corporation. All Rights Reserved. 16-03 CLOTHHEATERS ANDINSULATORS C L O T H H E A T I N G J A C K E T S

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