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Arieltech’s Heater Series Line, New CSA Approved in 2022

January 6, 2023

Arieltech’s Heater Series Line was recently CSA Approved. Products from Arieltech as made in Canada and include climate control solutions such as Arieltech Thermostats, Hygrostat, Fan Filters, Exhaust Filters, Heaters, Thermoelectric Cooling Units and Air Conditioning systems increases the life of sensitive electronic equipment inside of control panels and electrical enclosures, preventing the undesirable task of ongoing maintenance or costs associated with replacement parts. Ariel Technology Inc. high quality climate control solutions save you time, money and convenience as well giving you the peace of mind knowing that our products are made to last, and you are protected.

Arieltechs Heater Series Lineup, recently CSA Approved

Certificates

• UL and cUL Recognized, File Number E515368

• CSA and CSAus Listed

• CE Compliant

Applications

Provides protection from condensation and low temperatures in Control Panels, Electronic Enclosures, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Machinery

Features

• Safe, Reliable and consistent heat for long periods by means of

PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) heater

• Highly efficient and low profile

• Connects easily with push connectors for 3 wires. From AWG 20 to

AWG 16 (0.5 – 2.5 mm²).

• Built in safety feature prevents overheating

• Used with Normally Closed Thermostat and Hygrostat

• Black anodized aluminum housing

• Mounts easily on 35 mm DIN Rail EN 60715

• Available in 35 Watt to 150 Watt

• Operating/storage temperature is -45 to + 70 °C (-49 to +158 °F)

Color

• Black

To learn more, download the Heater Series Spec Sheet, the CSA Certification Document that was released December 15, 2022, or view the Arieltech Catalogue

Arieltech’s HEATEC-35 and HEATEC-45 Models
Arieltech’s HEATEC-60, HEATEC-80, and HEATEC-100 Models
Arieltech’s HEATEC-130 and HEATEC-150 Models

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