The following diagram illustrates how to solve for watts, ohms, volts, or amps using Ohm's Law. Click to enlarge.
Fill in any two values to determine the other two:
°F = (9/5) × °C + 32
°C = (°F - 32) × (5/9)
Enter a value and select units to convert between
Calculate the electrical power, flow rate or temperature requirement as follows:
SCFM = airflow in standard cubic feet per minute
ΔT = temperature rise in F° from the inlet to the exhaust
Watts = SCFM x ΔT/3
Fill in two values to determine the third.
Three Phase Unit
Line Current = Wattage / (Voltage * √3)
The Ultima’s sturdy construction makes it very well-suited for many applications.
If you have a special application, there are a variety of alternative features and options available to customize the Ultima to your specific needs.
Standard Ultima Band heaters are available from 5" (12 cm) to 30" (76 cm) in diameter, in two-piece construction. Where it is necessary, they can be made in 3, 4 or more pieces. A stainless steel splash-proof terminal box is optional.
Standard Ultima heaters are manufactured to 40 watts/in² (6.2 w/cmsup2;) heat capacity and 240 volt rating. In this manner, tandem Ultima strips or bands can be wired to a 240 volt source. These heaters can operate up to 1200° F (648.8° C) continuously with the highest dielectrical properties attainable in industrial application today.
Cross section of the heater is 1 1/2" x 3/8" (38.1 x 9.5 mm) with fully rounded corners.