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Binks Fluid Heaters
The Bink's stainless steel fluid heater models are wired for 120. 2301240 and 415 / 440 volt AC applications. The heating element is a 2000 watt cartridge type and is thermostatically controlled. The wiring, heating elment and thermostat are protected by a preset heat limker, The thermostat is adjustable up to 250 F(121' C). The heater is off when the thermostar knob is tumed counterclockwiseas far as possible. The heater will not switch on until the knob is rotated to at least ambient room temperature. Fluid heaters have been tested in awater solution Some of this fluid may be left within the heater, therefore flush out this fluid with a solvent compatible with the material to be pumped.
This unit utilizes an explosion-proof electrical section and internally spiraling material section The material enters the base under line pressure from the pump and is heated and delivered thru to the marerial outlet at the top.
This unit is CSA certified for Class L Division 1, Group D, Hazardous Locations, Temperature Code (identification number) T3.
Two or more paint heaters may be coupled together by plumbing the material outlet of the first heater to the mate6a1 inlet of the next. etc. However,the distance of piping run between the units should be limited to no more than three feet (see figure 4. page 4).