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MiniTracer (MTFJ)

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Product Features

ATEX - European Hazardous Area Approval IEC - Conforms to IEC international standards

MiniTracer (MTFJ) is a constant wattage cable that can be used for freeze protection and temperature maintainance of pipework and vessels.  It has a maximum temperature of 200°C (392°F).

MiniTracer (MTFJ) can be cut-to-length at site to match exact piping lengths  without any complicated design considerations. 

Minitracer (MTFJ) is approved for use in non-hazardous, and hazardous areas to world wide standards.

The installation of MiniTracer (MTFJ) is quick and simple and requires no special skills or tools. Termination, splicing and power connection components are all provided in convenient kits. See Product, Application and Documentation Links below.

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Product Specification

Maximum Withstand Temperature 200°C (392°F)

MiniTracer (MTFJ) is available in 6.5, 13, 23 and 33 W/m outputs as illustrated on the graph to the right.  The graph shows the nominal power output at 230V when installed on insulated metal pipes.  Click on the graph to see a larger version.

Maximum Withstand Temperature 200°C (392°F)
Maximum Energised Temperature 190°C (374°F)
See Workpiece Temperature table
Power Supply 110-120 VAC, 220-277 VAC
Cable Dimensions 9.8 x 6.8 mm
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Nominal power output  against pipe temperature

Product, Application & Documentation Links

Standard Terminations


Associated Products

Associated Applications

Approvals and Certification
Trace Heating Cable Systems 08ATEX3096X
MTFJ Ex 02Y3067U
Product and Application Datasheets
MTFJ Datasheet
'T' Class Label Instructions

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