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Solar Products Panel Heaters Construction Options

Solar Products Flat-faced Radiant Panel Heaters
Solar Products, Inc.
228 Wanaque Ave 
Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442

We are a distributor for Solar Products, Inc.

HOUSING OPTIONS The heater case or housing can be aluminized steel, stainless steel, or the heater can be supplied, in some instances, without a case.

Aluminized steel is by far the most common case material. Aluminized steel can reach very high temperatures, namely 1200F (649C), without flaking, discoloring, or degrading. This assures a heater case that will outlive the heater itself. The housing is typically riveted together. The rivets, along with slots in the heater case, allow for controlled expansion and contraction during heat up and cool down. Some applications require the slots to be removed, which can be achieved for many designs.

Stainless steel cases are used in both food and semiconductor applications. The 304 grade of stainless is most common. Stainless steel offers enhanced cleanliness and a very polished appearance. It is important to note that 304 grade stainless steel will discolor at a lower temperature than will aluminized steel. For this reason, 310 stainless steel is available for extremely high temperature applications. In most cases, the stainless case is riveted together as with aluminized steel. There are some applications were the stainless case is welded and polished for superior cleanliness and cosmetic appeal. Those housings are most often supplied without expansion slots as well. This construction is most often associated with either a glass, koramic, or quartz face heater.

The last option is no case at all. We refer to this option as a board only heater. This heater is most often the F-Series heater without the housing, insulation, or pre-constructed panel design. Customers that have in-house sheet metal capability will sometimes choose to buy the heating element, fiber board, quartz fabric, and cement as a completed assembly. The remaining components of the panel fall under the customers responsibility. This approach shifts much of the heater construction onto the customer and additionally shifts many of the warranty issues.

STANDARD DIMENSIONS

Width
(mm)

Length
(mm)

F
Series

FBA
Series

G
Series

K
Series

M
Series

Q
Series

6"
(152.4)

12"
(304.8)

18"
(457.4)

24"
(609.6)

30"
(762)

36"
(914.4)

X

X

X

X

X

 

6"
(152.4)

42"
(1066.8)

48"
(1219.2)

54"
(1371.6)

60"
(1524)

 

X

X

 

X

X

 

10"
(254)

4"
(101.6)

6"
(152.4)

8"
(203.2)

10"
(254)

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

12"
(304.8)

6"
(152.4)

10"
(254)

12"
(304.8)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

12"
(304.8)

12"
(304.8)

18"
(457.4)

24"
(609.6)

30"
(762)

36"
(914.4)

X

X

X

X

X

 

12"
(304.8)

42"
(1066.8)

48"
(1219.2)

54"
(1371.6)

60"
(1524)

 

X

X

 

X

42" or
48"

 

12"
(304.8)

72"
(1829)

84"
(2133.6)

 

 

 

X

72"
only

 

 

 

 

16"
(406.4)

16"
(406.4)

24"
(609.6)

 

 

 

X

X

X

X

X

 

18"
(457.2)

18"
(457.4)

 

 

 

 

X

X

X

X

X

 

24"
(609.6)

24"
(609.6)

 

 

 

 

X

X

 

 

 

 

Solar Products specializes in manufacturing custom heaters that match a specific application.
Listed above are standard heater dimensions.

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