Finned Channel Strip Heaters With Mounting Tabs

Finned Channel Strip heaters are most commonly used for natural convection air heating (mounted at the bottom inside cabinet-type ovens) and forced air heating (mounted inside a duct).

Finned Channel strip heaters differ from regular finned strip heaters in that their housing is constructed from a singular piece of rectangular tubing which makes them moisture-resistant.

  • Whenever the voltage to ground exceeds 300V, secondary insulators must be used.
  • All strip heaters may be used at voltages lower than rated for reduced wattage.
  • NOTE: For Units With Mounting Tabs: When supported by mounting tabs, the terminal end should be secured firmly. The opposite end should be loose to allow for thermal expansion.