Simplified immersion heater enclosure for fittings with M4 central screw, Y302

– Mounting on brass fittings 1 “1/4, 1” 1/2 and M45x2
– Output by M20 cable gland

Dimensions 54 × 54 × 66 mm
Ingress protection

Mechanical protection

Housing raw material

Fastener raw material

Volume (cm³)

Description

Red dimensions inside rectangular frames on drawings are used for accessories assembly.

Main features

Simplified immersion heater enclosure for fittings with M4 central screw
– Mounting on brass fittings 1 “1/4, 1” 1/2 and M45x2
– Output by M20 cable gland

 

Size: Dia.54 x 66 mm

Volume: 160 cm³

Material: PA66

Ingress protection: IP69K

Mechanical impact resistance: IK8

Fastener: Stainless steel

 

Main references

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Technical informations associated to this product

  • Electrical protection classes

    The housings are designed to protect electrical equipment located inside. This protection must be considered in the electrical and environmental angles.)
  • Guide for immersion heater selection

    Figures provided in this section are results of tests made in our laboratory. Charts were smoothened by computer, and are given for specified power and for information only.
  • Overview of immersion heater fittings

    In Europe there are two common types of threads used on immersion heaters fittings. Threads according ISO 228-1, also said BSPP or cylindrical gas thread (G). 2mm pitch metric thread according ISO965-1, little used, which was the subject of an attempt to replace the ISO228-1 in the middle of the 20th
  • Main properties of plastic raw materials used for enclosures

    The classic housings, with only 5 sides and a lid, require a long and costly layout, most of the time ignoring the application needs: security, fire resistance, water penetration, shocks, UV, temperature, etc.